Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Calgary homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 358 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Calgary seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $5,889,500.00 with a per project average of $16,451.00.
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House is about 20 years old. Bathroom one--tub can be reused, vanity can be reused. Require removal of old materials (linoleum flooring), new sub-floor, new tile floor, currently no tiles except around tub so would require new tiles to ceiling around tub, half-height elsewhere. Vanity can be reused, but new top and sink and faucets required. About 42". New fan, new light, paint on walls would be required above tiles. Second bathroom, same except smaller. Only a shower and toilet are in the bathroom and the vanity is outside the bath area. Current shower is acrylic and is in good condition but grouting is coming apart at seams. Not sure if this could be re-used or not. Vanity can be reused, but needs new top and sink and faucets. It is only 36". Need new bathroom fan and new lighting for vanity area and bath area.
Hello we are looking at remodeling 1 main bathroom and 1 ensuite bathroom.
Main bathroom dimensions are 5 feet wide by 7 1/2 feet long. We would like a jacuzzi tub with shower, low flow toilet and vanity with sink. Want tiling to go all the way up the wall. There is a small window opposite the door, on the 5 foot wall.
For the ensuite bathroom dimensions are 5 feet by 4 1/2 with a shower of 2 1/2 by 2 1/2. There is a window on the 41/2 wall. We would like a new shower with door, low flow toilet, vanity with sink and a mirror. Want tiling to go all the way up the wall.
We require 3 new efficient toilets throughout the home. A renovation in the full bathroom upstairs and a renovation in the shower/toilet in the master bedroom. The master bath is small and could use some space and a new shower. The main bath upstairs hasn't been reno'ed since the home was build in 70. Ditto for the bathroom in the master bedroom. We are thinking of a bath insert in the main, new tile and counter, new sinks, better storage
Bathroom # 1: 2nd storey main bathroom. Currently have tub/shower combo with small glass block window on exterior shower wall. Require new window frame, etc along with tubs surround or tile. Cannot presently shower as water starting to leak through wooden window frame and possibly into wall. Bathroom has double sink vanity - would like new counter top - marble or granite along with new faucets.
Bathroom # 2: Ensuite. Currently have separate jacuzzi tub and shower. Would like jacussi tub removed and walk in glass block shower installed. Remove toilet and relocate where current shower is. Replace existing single sink vanity with dual sink vanity with new counter top, marlbe or granite and new faucets. Would like dual sided fireplace installed in partion wall between ensuite and master bedroom.
Bathroom #3: Install complete new bathroom in basement. Walk in shower with single sink vanity and toilet.
We moved into this house one year ago. The basement bathroom was recently finished with a three piece shower surround. The wall of the shower is coming away from the wall and is warping. Has rarely been used. No water damage.. Need someone to repair, Reglue or maybe install a new surround if this one cannot be repaired.
Looking to add a basement bathroom with sink, shower and toilet 1955 home. Bathroom will be a new addition, there are no rough ins. It is approx. 15ft to the main house drain. Basement floor is concrete.
Bathroom will be approximately 60 sq. ft. Basement has plywood subfloor. The subfloor for the bathroom area will have to removed, will not be reinstalled. The subfloor for the rest of the basement will remain. 2 walls exist, 2 will need to be added. Drywall and 2x4 to be used. bathroom door to be added. Floor to be tiled. Custom tiled shower stall to be built, approx. 3x4'. Exhaust fan and ducting to be added. One wall plug to be made GFI and moved to perpendicular wall. Shelving to be built in north wall, approx. 2'x2'x8'.
Homeowner will supply all fixtures, toilet, vanity, tile, lighting, fan. Contractor to install.
Contractor to arrange for all required permits, inspections, etc.
Additional door and frame to be added beside bathroom.
We would like to basically add a shower or tub (if possible) into a 1/2 bathroom. The washroom is located on the main level of a 2-storey home and the furnace room is directly below this washroom. Tjhe garage is also beside the washroom so if we need a few feet extended there is that possibility. We would like a free estimate first.
I would like to receive a quote for our basement bathroom.
Our basement is completely finished, we just need to finish the bathroom (walls, plumbing, install shower kit, toilet, etc).
We would like to quote this project with you.
If you need to look our place in Hidden Valley, we can set up a time in the next couple days. Or you can give up a rough idea about pricing and timing, and we can make this appointment latter, if we decide go ahead.
We are not in a rush for this, we can set up this project for the beginning of next year.
Please drop me a line or call me when you get a chance.
I have a basement bathroom framed in with all the plumbing complete. I would like a contractor to install the proper seal & floor in the shower, install leveling concrete on remainder of bathroom floor & tile bathroom floor & shower. Give me a call if you have any questions. thanks. James
I am installing a small basement bathroom and I'm in need of your services. I would need a floor drain installed to accommodate a shower enclosure. This would require some concrete removal and tying in to the existing plumbing. Plumbing for 3 piece, drywall, tiling, painting, pretty much start to finish, would all be required. (the pedestal sink, toilet, shower stall, tile, grout and some of the plumbing supplies have already been purchased.)
Please refer to the pics for some idea of the space I'm dealing with.
My fiance and I are finishing our basement in our recently purchased, 1970s bungalo-style, home.
The basement area had been "gutted" and we're looking to put in a bathroom, as well as installing a sump-pump and on-way valve, as well as putting in some extra sub-floor drain lines (for furnace and laundry. We're looking for someone to do the rough-in work (concrete and sub-floor pumbing), as well as installation of the sump-pump and one-way valve.
For the bathroom, we're looking at installing a a soaker tub, seperate shower, toilet, and sink/vanity, and need all the rough-in work done for this area. Currently there are no existing drainage lines installed.
The sump-pump and one-way valve would be new additions.
The additional drainage lines we are looking at is for laundry and the furnace drainage; no sub-concrete lines currently exist.
We are looking for licensed, qualified plumbing contractors to do the work. Though we have a permit from the City for plumbing and electrical, for the rough-in, we would like the contractor to pull their own permit for their portion of the work. We are currently going through the process of getting quotes from local contractors.
Ideally, we'd like to get the work done for no more than $6,000; something comparable to similar work I've had done in Edmonton in recent years.
Want to complete my bathroom in the basement. Not yet dry walled or backer board installed.
Bathroom is rectangle in shape (8'9" x 5' x 8'9"h) with shower planned where tub was supposed to go. Closet already dry walled (2'5" x 1'11" x 7'8"h).
- want tile shower with steam
- 2 pot lights (power already ran)
- rain shower head and wash shower wash (2 separate hot/cold already to shower area)
- tile roof and walls
- glass doors
- bench or not? Suggestions
- tile and heated
- vanity with doors
- granit top
- Bathroom fan already in
- plumbing for sink and toilet already stubbed out in proper locations (pex with plugs)
- I have contractor coming to mud and tape rest of basement in November so if you can come and prep steam accessories and backer board then dry wall contractor could board remaining and mud & tape. Then you could return to complete.
The floor of the basement bathroom needs to be replaced.
Floor is soft at two locations (near the bathtub corner and beside toilet bowl)
Bath is slightly tilted
Bathroom is 8"x4.5", or ~5.5"x4.5" when excluding bath area.
Replace floor base, plywood and linoleum.
Plywood grade adequate for bathroom floor and linoleum material to match with existing linoleum.
Bath may need to be level and sides sealed.
Replace wall tiles, if removed.
Separate quote for installing a simple bathroom cabinet under the sink.
Contact me by phone or email.
house built in 1997. Bathroom in basement was finished by previous own with no shower. Previous owner knocked out bathroom walls and bought shower stall. Current state of bathroom: No fan, sink, sink cabinet, and toilet are finished along with walls in half the bathroom, The other half is entirely unfinished. There is roughed in plumbing for the shower drain, however it is out of place by about 6 inches and will need to be extended. The new size of bathroom is already pretty much framed in.
Left to do:
- extend shower drain in basement floor so in lines up with stall
- install the shower stall
- do the plumbing for the shower stall
- gyproc the rest of the bathroom (1/2 ceiling, 3 partial walls)
- install venting fan
- mud, tape, paint walls
- stucco ceiling
- finish vinyl floor
Home is 2003 - and bathroom basement was completed in a rush to faciliate move in.
Want to remove bath tub and tile and replace with white wraparound tub - potentially one small area of tile above if there is enough room.
Replace toilet (already all plumbed in ) with a white toilet.
Remove current vanity and replace with vanity to match other bathrooms in the house. Standard vanity, white sink with a wrap portion over the toilet. New light fixtures and mirror on the wall above the vanity.
Bathroom reno: ceiling and at least one wall needs to be replaced. I have already removed ceiling, and began to remove wall/tile with faucets and shower head as there is drywall damage behind tile. There is a window above tub/shower and may be water damage as well. Need to install ventilation fan ( have already purchased) and need to vent it to outside. Also requie solution for window if that wall needs to be relaced as well.
House age: 1997
Concern: Underfloor heating
Requirement: Install shower in basement bathroom.
The bathroom is currently finished, with tile on the floor and drywall etc. A drain for the show may have been installed before the floor was tiled over as there is no underfloor heating (to the touch) where the drain should be. We will only know that when the tile is taken up. There is already a sink and toilet in the room so nothing further is required than the shower install. Looking for standard low to mid range shower/tub unit that slots into the space, something like the Liberty 60 in 1-pc Tub and Shower, Model:TS5R or MAGNOLIA ROUND Acrylic Shower kit (plus hardware).
We are looking for an online estimate only at the stage that has two parts - 1) install with no issues to underfloor heating, and 2) Install with fix to underfloor heating if required.
My basement is 31'X 24' square foot.It has never been developed. I want everything from insulation to ceiling which is 7 1/2 feet. framing and drywall for 1 bedroom,bathroom, kitchen and living..
For bath a tub,sink and flush is required. For kitchen cabinetry and faucets are required ..no appliances.That we will select later.But rest of the kitchen accessories as countertop and washing sink is required.
Entire flooring for base ment as carpet is required .I want to add one more exit door and window replacement as well.
How much roughly am I looking at material plus labor.
want online estimate only
To Whom it may concern:
I am looking for someone to complete a two bed room basement suite in a Duplex that is about a 1000square ft.
Work to be done:
1. Frame (2)bed room and (1)wash machine /dryer room.
2. Drywall bedrooms and ceiling
3. Complete all wiring of lights, fixtures and outlets
4. Framing in Doors(2) for entrance into upstairs and downstairs.
I would like to get an estimate for this as soon as possible. Thanks and have a great day.
1980s bungalow with 2 unfinished rooms in the basement. Remainder of basement is finished with living room, bedroom and bathroom. We want to conver the 2 unfinished rooms (#1 - 12" x 15" approx, no windows, finish as office & storage-) (#2 - 18" x 15" approx with window to finish as bedroom and storeroom - there is a telepost in the middle of the space - we'd like to design around it). Rooms are insulated and vapor barriered already. Finishing would require framing the storage spaces, adding doors, drywalling, moving electrical, adding lighting fixtures, painting, etc.
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