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Originally Posted by siber_tooth Mga bossing, ask lng ko if naa mo nahibaw an nga hardware supplier nga modawat og terms? Like mo kuha kag ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by siber_tooth View Post
    Mga bossing, ask lng ko if naa mo nahibaw an nga hardware supplier nga modawat og terms? Like mo kuha kag mga supplies then ang amount ky murag e terms or monthly payment nmo? Tnx
    Asa ka dapita sa Mandaue? Naa mi dha sa Tingub Enterprises na hardware, unahan sa casuntingan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaya.j View Post
    Asa ka dapita sa Mandaue? Naa mi dha sa Tingub Enterprises na hardware, unahan sa casuntingan.
    PM'ed you mam.

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    Hello. Final nako nga inquiry pila ang inyong patukod nga paril i mean gate? kanang lig-on na gyd ang foundation. ang sukod sa yuta nga 100 sqm.

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    Ask lang ta ko sa mga nakahibaw...
    ... between a traditional build (not light materials) vs using shipping container vans, usa kadaku ang cost difference?
    Maka-save ba jud ta if we use shipping containers?

    Salamat sa maka-share og idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jackdi View Post
    Ask lang ta ko sa mga nakahibaw...
    ... between a traditional build (not light materials) vs using shipping container vans, usa kadaku ang cost difference?
    Maka-save ba jud ta if we use shipping containers?

    Salamat sa maka-share og idea.

    Ako kay nakapatukod na man gyud kog balay, taod2 na sad plus ang karaan nga karenderia pa nako..
    Patyon gyud ta sa labor if full concrete. The cost of materials is manageable but the labor is worth noting.

    300 adlaw sa panday, 2x180 sa helpers ug 300 sa foreman if you couldn't be the foreman yourself.

    Can't say anything about containers but I'm slowly getting interested in building one with a 20ft for
    my personal space; gaming station/small library isumpay luyo sa garage ug lusot sa kusina. I plan
    to cut the 20ft about 2/3 and form a L-shape.

    For the cost, as far as others have posted I think 1 panday, 1 helper plus myself can do the job.
    Add the container's cost and delivery fee, the standard materials and the number of days that
    it can be done. I'd say that it is even cheaper than a 40sqm concrete build.

    For creature comfort, that is optional. With containers, I'd love to have the interior cladded with
    drywalls and some insulation in between. Cheap floor tiles with wood veneers. For a workstation
    and library, that's enough.

    I prefer this over wood/bamboo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie View Post
    Ako kay nakapatukod na man gyud kog balay, taod2 na sad plus ang karaan nga karenderia pa nako..
    Patyon gyud ta sa labor if full concrete. The cost of materials is manageable but the labor is worth noting.

    300 adlaw sa panday, 2x180 sa helpers ug 300 sa foreman if you couldn't be the foreman yourself.

    Can't say anything about containers but I'm slowly getting interested in building one with a 20ft for
    my personal space; gaming station/small library isumpay luyo sa garage ug lusot sa kusina. I plan
    to cut the 20ft about 2/3 and form a L-shape.

    For the cost, as far as others have posted I think 1 panday, 1 helper plus myself can do the job.
    Add the container's cost and delivery fee, the standard materials and the number of days that
    it can be done. I'd say that it is even cheaper than a 40sqm concrete build.

    For creature comfort, that is optional. With containers, I'd love to have the interior cladded with
    drywalls and some insulation in between. Cheap floor tiles with wood veneers. For a workstation
    and library, that's enough.

    I prefer this over wood/bamboo.
    Nice Boss!

    Post nya balik palihug Boss kung nahuman na imong build.
    Aron makita nato ang cost difference.

    By the way, cutting the container in 2/3's... dili ba ma-compromise ang integrity sa container Boss?
    I mean... dili ba ma-weaken iyang strength ana?
    Aw ok guro if wala ka'y plano nga patungan na above it.
    But if you'd like the finished build, you'd end up wanting for more ... di bah?
    ... just a thought ....



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    Quote Originally Posted by jackdi View Post
    Nice Boss!

    Post nya balik palihug Boss kung nahuman na imong build.
    Aron makita nato ang cost difference.
    This I cannot do coz I only got interested in this after seeing one bunkhouse
    made for contruction workers for a mall in downtown area. But with my own
    home as my point of reference, I'd say it is more budget friendly as building
    can be done in one week minimum. That's a lot of labor cost savings.

    Build should be a lot cheaper. Interior design and finishing is another story.
    Wiring is pretty much standard. Plumbing needs a little tweaking. Replacing
    the metal floorings with contrete slabs may actually need more labor force
    than cutting the metal ceiling and installing standard roofing design and
    insulation, but still, compared to pure masonry all over.

    The savings can be pulled mainly from labor cost only. That's coz most if not
    all are plug and play procedure.


    By the way, cutting the container in 2/3's... dili ba ma-compromise ang integrity sa container Boss?
    What I mean by this is cutting in length not in width.
    A 20ft would shorten to 8-9ft and the cutting will be
    welded on the side to form a L. Also, the longer cut
    will be firmly pressed to a wall.



    PS: Im not an expert nor close to it. I still ♥ concrete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie View Post
    What I mean by this is cutting in length not in width.
    A 20ft would shorten to 8-9ft and the cutting will be
    welded on the side to form a L. Also, the longer cut
    will be firmly pressed to a wall.
    Mao pod na ako pagsabot sa imong pasabot Boss.
    I always think nga strong ang container kung intact ang full frame (corner posts/side rails).

    Anyway... imo ma'ng build.... patan-awa lang nya ko sa result Boss hap

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackdi View Post
    Mao pod na ako pagsabot sa imong pasabot Boss.
    I always think nga strong ang container kung intact ang full frame (corner posts/side rails).

    Anyway... imo ma'ng build.... patan-awa lang nya ko sa result Boss hap
    Wa pay kwarta boss dugay pa ni.


    PS: You can re-attach the rails/posts after cutting. After all, it's metal.

    PPS: My idea is more about an extended living room. Not a whole house.
    Last edited by brownie; 03-20-2018 at 11:09 AM.

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