- Joined May 24, 2016
I just assumed that brick laying was your profession. That looks amazing!
Nope. I'm a magazine editor by day, but have been a DIYer since I was big enough to straighten nails for my dad. The first few hundred bricks might have been a bit wanky, but once you've worn the skin off your fingers a few times, you get the hang of it.I just assumed that brick laying was your profession. That looks amazing!
No worries. I'd guess somewhere around $1400-$1600. Concrete slab was single most expensive part, at $550 for 2 yds delivered (it's extra-expensive to get small quantities delivered). Steel for the doors and racks and hardware was probably $300. Bricks were maybe $300. The rest is the concrete, mortar, lumber, mason's tools (broke a cheap trowel before buying a proper professional forged one), blades ...Not to pry, and I realized that construction supplies are some regional. But what do you think you have in this?
Pm me if you don't want to say on the public forum.
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