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I am the appraiser on an insurance claims which involves more than just the garage, however, the garage is the item that I feel is so poorly written by the apposing adjuster that I plan to completely embarrass to the point of "look genius, just settle". I have several bids and my case already very tight and comfortable that the umpire will see things my way but, here's the scenario that I would like a Quote based on the info. No, you ain't getting the work. Take two minutes and tell me the value of the garage loss please. A big cudos to who is closest to right. I have the bids, which I will disclose, this is for bragging rights!

Fire fried a 2.5 car detached garage 23x26 with a 12 x 26 carport. Joists are 2x8, 2x4studs walls, vinyl siding, 12 & 8 O/H doors, 2 O/H door openers, 1 exterior door with deadbolt, 4/12 pitch, vinyl siding, interior drywall and insulation, trim & paint, access to attic/plancked, electrical. Saving the previous slab. This was a decent customized garage in Chicago. Now with it already tore down and disposed, what does it cost to put a new one up? Best Guess!
 

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