Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Calgary homeowners have planned for their Concrete projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 100 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Calgary seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $764,500.00 with a per project average of $7,645.00.
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would like a quote on cementing both sides of house. grade is sloped. one side is grass other side is concrete side walk slabs. lenght would be length of house and wide as lot border to house approx 5ft.
Thought need new doors but doors are fine its the door fame that is not level. Had one carpenter, he shimmed charged 400 left and was still not shutting. Need a carpenter to relevel my door frame so no air or noise comes in. Both main floor exterior door frames need done.
Looking for concrete cutting contractor for basement door, the wall will be cut 5' from top to bottom and window size 2" by 5' wall will be cut 2" from top to bottom. the work will be base on digging, cutting, removal of garbage and later on build outter basement concrete stair 5' down.
I live in Valleyridge and have a driveway frost heave issue that is becoming worse. I know we can't do anything now but winter is the best time to look at the problem. Two sections next to the garage floor had been re-poured prior to my house purchase and now the heaving has broke off the leading edge of the garage pad. I need some suggestions on what may be required and how to find cause of problem.
We have 3 properties all on the same street located in Saddletown Circle NE Calgary.
All 3 need 30' x 32" sidewalks and 2 of them need 5 stairs, landings and 2 small retaining walls formed and poured asap.
The floor drains have already been installed and are ready to go when ever you are. Obviously weather isn't on our side but you could start as soon as tomorrow morning!
Best thing to do is call me directly or respond to this ad.
Hi, I would like to have my €œdetached€ garage pad restored. The garage pad has settled, for 30 years, with a slight bow in the middle with a hairline crack down the middle. So the garage door doesn't close flush to the floor (spaces on either end of door). I'm assuming I would need 1€ to 1/1/4€ of a leveller from the walls to the middle of the floor to level it.
Also, I would like to extend thegarage pad by 6' to a full 24€x22€pad, it is currently a 18'x22€ pad.
It is possible to have someone contact me and/or set up for a quote?
I have a 13 foot by 26 foot concrete patio in my backyard. It is flaking heavily and is cracked quite a bit. I was wondering if it can be recovered or if I need to rip it out and start over? If I start over I would like to build it the same size, but if I can recover it and it will last that would be my first option.
There is skid steer accessibility into my yard if needed.
We live in Scenic Acres area of Calgary and our home is 25 years old. The back deck is in need of replacement. It's approximately 8x8 in its current footprint and it has a roof that is partially supported by the roof and three pillars. This is an area of concern for us as the roof portion is on the shingles.
We are also looking to expand a lower level to the deck underneath our large kitchen window. The interesting thing here is that there is a garden under the large kitchen window which we suspect as acting as the insulation below the cupboards (in really cold weather you can feel how cold the kitchen floor gets). For this reason, we want to start the project in spring because we fear what lurks beneath this garden.
We are OK with using pressure treated lumber as the supporting beams, posts etc and would like to make some educated decisions about the use of cedar vs. composite materials for the deck. Our current front porch is cedar on top of PT lumber.
The concrete pour is to expand our driveway, add in a significant concrete area just inside the fence for bikes, garbage cans, storage, add in a pad or pillars for new deck (need help deciding which is best, and possibly even lift our hot tub and replace the half garden ties, half concrete pad there with a full concrete pad. So there is extensive concrete work or combination of concrete and stone work
Our plan then is as follows:
- Get some estimates and professional opinions - Fall 2011
- Dismantle the existing deck and remove shrubbery etc. - Fall 2011
- Remove garden below kitchen window - Spring 2012/early summer 2012
- Concrete pour - Spring/early Summer 2012
- Figure out how to fix under kitchen window - this might have to occur before concrete pour - Spring/early Summer 2012
- Replace deck with expanded deck as described above - Spring/early Summer 2012
I am bit of a do it yourself type of person so willing to do the dismantling and prep work but don't have time with young family to push through and complete the deck build on my own.
I need a coloured concrete side walk prepped and poured. Looking for standard 4'' thick, with gravel underlay. I would like it broom finished and the dimensions are 4'x47' for a total of 188sqft. It is in the front and side of my house with unobstructed access. Looking to start as early as next week.
We are doing a 3ft wide x 46ft long sidewalk down the side of our house. Its slightly sloped (no stairs needed). It will join our current sidewalk at the front and end beside our house. We are also doing a separate patio that is 7ft x 13.5 ft. We are looking for a broomed type finish with light brown colour in the concrete. The patio will be off our deck and needed to be rebar connected to the house. We are looking for total price(dirt removal, gravel, packing, and concrete work)
We live in South Calgary and would really like some quotes from people with experience.
I am interested in getting some concrete repairs done, the slab is 580 sq ft and was previously done in tile and engineered hardwood. It seems that the concrete was patched around the tile area and in one other location which resulted in about 1/4" difference once the tile was removed. There are also some low spots from the slab settling and some damage under the area which had the appliance sitting on the concrete. I want to put new hardwood over everything, level would be nice but I would settle for flat within 3/16" over 10ft. The unit is on the 3rd floor of an older downtown condo with a large patio suitable for mixing.
I have about 275 sq ft of LVP that I need installed over a concrete floor in a basement.
I have scraped up the existing glued down sheet vinyl, felt, and residue from the concrete slab. The floor needs to be floated and the LVP installed.
Scope of work:
1. Float the floor. Contractor to provide leveling compound.
2. Install 275 sq ft of luxury vinyl planks over the prepared concrete slab. Owner to provide the flooring.
I have concrete steps leading to the front entrance of the house.. There are about 11 steps in front and 6 steps on the side that need replacement or repair. The ground has shifted so the existing steps are loose and will no longer be safe eventually.The steps are about one and a half square feet each andthe house is about 50 years old. I would like the same materials as the existing ones but am willing to listen to suggestions.
I have a deck pillar that has settled and cracked the concrete patio that it sits on. The parging on the bottom of the pillar has cracked as well.
I also have a garden shed that has settled on one side and needs to be raised so that the doors will open. The shed is sitting on gravel and has a 4x4 bordeer around it.
Deck is over concrete walkout patio. One corner of deck has sunk 2 to 3 inches.
The wood posts (2) are surrounded by the patio concrete and need replacing due to rot. Concrete has also sunk by about 2 to 3 inches and needs lifting or the gap filled.
I would like someone to determine and perform the correct fix for the post replacements. I don't know what type of pile is under the posts because they are covered by the concrete patio. The patio appears to have been poured around the wood posts. The work would probably involve coordinating with a mudjacking company.
I have other potential landscaping type work to be done depending on price but the deck is my priority.
Need to have existing roman paver patio and sidewalk removed and then replaced with a dark grey exposed concrete patio and side walk (side and back yard). Need the roman pavers that were moved recycled and re-installed beside front driveway (front of house). Would also need a cedar pergola constructed and installed (near new patio). Would like to explore the installation of exposed concrete curbs installed around existing flower beds. Depending on $$$ would like conrete planters made as well near to sidewalk and patio. Would need to work around existing fence/grass etc. Work would start ASAP/weather permitting
I am building a 22 x 27 2 door garage.
I will be hiring in stages so pls price that way - if it's the same person for whole job that's fine but will not consider quotes that are not broken down to stage
Concrete - need to level and move a shed
Complete garage include trench and run gas and electrical - exterior to match house and a dormer
Interior - drywall and insulate
Stairs up to 10 x 12 storage floor - 7 ft up
We have a double car garage which needs sprusing up. It is not broken severly but has hairline cracks. However the car apron in front of the garage is broken and needs a strong resurfacing. The garage is 21x22 and the apron is 21x27. We do not want to rip the apron but a strong coating of some material would do.
I am looking to complete the garage on my new house before I move in. I would like to get the floor done with a resin coating (minor crack repair req'd), finish the drywall (currently about 25% complete), and add fluorescent lighting. The garage pad measures 20' x 17'8". Currently only the front wall is drywalled, and the ceiling is about 1/2 complete.
I have a hot tub on a concrete pad, but it seems like it's leaning a bit. I have four concrete pillars drilled down to the permafrost layer to support the pad just to counteract any sinkage, but it seems to be leaning a little bit still. Looking for a contractor to shim up the hot tub or level the pad out for me. I don't want to bust up my concrete pad. Looking to get it done ASAP.
I have a spiral stair case that I would like to replace the carpet with concrete. The carpet has been removed and each step is already a pan so all I need is concrete to be poured and given a smooth polished finish. (Each step needs about 10 pounds of concrete and there are 12 steps total.)
I laid concrete in 2 of the steps only half way [they are an inch deep] but I am worried I will mess it up so I have decided to contract out. I have done the prep work already and have plastic laid out.
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