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Old 06-08-2008, 12:38 PM
 
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I have a concrete patio with a semi in-ground concrete pool. The structure is connected directly to the house. It is 40 feet in length and 30 feet in width. The pool is 27FT long and 17FT wide. What I want to do is use the concrete structure as it is but instead of filling in the pool completely, turn it into a cellar/storm shelter since the house is on a concrete slab and no basement. Then build an addition or 4 season sunroom on top of it. The new area could stretch the entire 40 feet or less. I'm thinking I want something to hold enough space for a sofa set with fireplace and a pool table, (hot tub space is optional).

Does anyone know of a remodeling or renovation company that has the ability to do this? Does anyone know a ballpark figure for costs?
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