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Old 05-31-2010, 01:48 PM  
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I have the typical 4 bed 2 bath bi level (what some people here call high ranch) in New Jersey. I think the brick work in the front of the house really needs to be redone. The house is 40 years old and I'd like to have it redone.

I know that getting an exact price is impossible over these forums but I am just asking for a ballpark figure, perhaps someone else has done this to their house. I would need the existing brick removed and then the new brick installed.


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Nice house. Not sure about the price range though. I'm sure some of the members here have experienced that thing. Good luck on that.



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remember split entry or raised ranch but you may be in a different part of jersey,,, just to me, your home needs landscape revival,,, brick looks fine to me.
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remember split entry or raised ranch but you may be in a different part of jersey,,, just to me, your home needs landscape revival,,, brick looks fine to me.
Thank you,
I will post a thread about the lanscape. I was particularly interested in getting some trees in the backyard to block the view of the nearby city water tank.
I am not ready with a budget for the front lawn as I think I will $$$ for it and I'm not ready for it but I have to do something with the back soon.
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