Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Calgary homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 61 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Calgary seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $866,500.00 with a per project average of $14,204.00.
Need to add a kitchen sink for the basement suite I am working on. Need to get plumbing in the Basment floor as the sink will not be on a wall. Water pipes and drain. Sink will be no more then 15 ft from where the main stack enters the basement floor. I will do all the digging and filling I just need the pipe layer and help on marking where to dig :) want to keep the cost down as much as possible.
I am in the need of a plumbers services to change the plumbing of my tub/shower from a spout and tap system on the bath to a spout only on the bath and taps midway up on the wall and then the install of the new bathtub. See the attached pictures.
My dilema is that this is my only full bathroom in my house and I need it done urgently without paying a huge amount of money...I was relying on a friend to help out but he never came through :-(
I am available this week but only in the evenings or tomorrow (Monday April 1st) the whole day...please let me know if you can help me with this project and when and how much you would charge me.
I already bought all the new hardware and bathtub.
We are trying to suite our basement. The basement is already finished. We need some plumbing and electrical done in the laundry room in order to convert it into a kitchen. Some plumbing and electrical done on the main floor in order to put in a washer and dryer. And wall put up to separate entrances.
New installation of exhaust fan for showers in master bathroom (existing fan in the toilet room not adequate)
Check and replace as required Delta washers for 2 showers, 2 washbasins and one bathtub in master bathroom.
Check and repair/replace one-way and two-way switches for lights in basement family room.
House is 12 years old, basement developed and inspected at the time of original construction.
Prefer one mechanical/electrical contractor doing all work.
I am the 2nd owner of a home that was built in 2005. I recently starting hearing rattling/knocking pipes on the following occassions:
1. Toilet (in basement) - immediately after the water fills the toilet tank and the water shuts off, I hear a couple of rattling noise - sounds like a couple of boards banging into each other. The noise is very short and only that one time, until the toilet is flushed and the tank fills up again. The noise is coming from inside the wall, behind the toilet, but in the room above the toilet. I do not have this problem with the other toilets in the house.
2. Dishwasher - about halfway through its cycle, I would hear knocks - each knock is single, about 5 seconds between each knock, and the episode would last about 30 seconds or less. This noise only started this month.
- Do you think hammer arresters would solve my problems with the toilet and dishwasher?
- It has been suggested that there may be air bubbles in the pipes and that I should shut off the water valve that supplies water to the house, open all the faucets to drain the water out of the pipes, leave the faucets slightly open, slightly open the water valve to let some water in, once all the faucets have water tickling out, shut off all the faucets and open the water valve all the way. Would you suggest this method? Any problems doing this by myself or should I get a professional plumber?
Any help you can provide is great appreciated. Thank you.
Calgary AB -
Hi, we are looking to add a full bath to 2nd floor of our 2 story house. The existing full bath is one room away (10') where we are looking to add the 2nd bath. The house was built in 2004 and is fully finished with dry wall ceilings on all 3 levels.
Let me know if you are available to do this work and your charges for this service. We are looking for this to be done around mid to end June.
We are located in west spring SW location calgary.
Please give me a call to discuss
We just put an offer on a house and had the inspection today. We know that the house has been vacant for at least 6 months, it is a foreclosure. The plumbing has been winterized and we were not permitted to turn on the water for the inspection. We know the sink and pipes in the basement bathroom need to be replaced. The pipe under the sink in the kitchen is missing a cap? and we are not sure if that can simply be replaced or if the pipes would have to be changed. The plumbing seems to be in decent shape besides this, of course not knowing if there are any leaks. An online estimate of the above if possible would be appreciated.
3 way connection is leaking at connection joint leading to the shower valve. Cold water connection. Copper. Looking to replace entire 3 way connection piece. In existing wall. A cross piece 2 x4 is situated directly below and slightly in front of access to connection and will have to be cut out to access for repair.
I have a rental property in Lake Chaparral that has a leak in the 3€ drain line from the sink. The leak is sandwiched between the bathroom wall and the furnace ducting (in the basement) and will require removal of the ducting to access the leaking pipe. The ducting will then need re-installed.
The timing for the repair is quite urgent as the tenants can't use the sink until the leak is repaired.
I have a conditional purchase on a house. A few things came up in the inspection I was wondering if I could get an estimate on them and see if I can get the seller to agree to pay for some of it.
- A faucet
- High efficiency hot water tank with install and fixing the valve
- HRV system loop and filter cleaning
- HVAC heating pipe extension
- Kitchen exhaust fan vent pipe leakage repair
- Two toilet Seals
If you could give the estimate individually for each item would help me out a lot to.
1. 5.3 (1) Bathtub spout located at the basement shared bathroom requires to be properly sealed at the wall. Water ingress could occur which could lead to deterioration if not corrected. Recommend repair or replace as required using a qualified person.
The water supply shut off valve for the hot water system (and hot water to all fixtures throughout the house) is located above the hot water tank in the basement. This valve has an active leak at the time of inspection. Replacement of this valve is required now. Recommend further inspection and repair or replace as required using a licensed Plumber.
(2) The hot water tank located at the basement mechanical room is showing signs of deterioration at the supply lines on top of the tank. This deterioration appears significant and could allow for leaks to develop at this location. Repairs or replacement of this how water tank may be required due to this issue. Recommend further inspection and repair or replace as required using a licensed Plumber. (Its a walkout basement so easy to change the tank)?
The heat source for the rear entry door area in the basement is installed above the ceiling. This will compromise the air distribution in this area and an extension is required for this register to the ceiling level. Recommend further inspection and repair as required using a qualified HVAC contractor.
(4) There was no heat source located at the basement shared bathroom. These areas require a heat source to meet current standards and could become cold or uncomfortable if not corrected. Recommend further inspection and repair as required using a qualified HVAC contractor.
6.6 (1) The HRV unit located at the basement furnace area was in operation during the time of inspection. The washable cartridge filter(s) inside the unit are dirty and should be cleaned. Recommend repair as required using a qualified person.
6.6 Item 1(Picture)
(2) The drain hose for the HRV unit requires a loop. Repairs are required to prevent air from back-flowing into the appliance. This can compromise the operation of this appliance if not corrected. Recommend further inspection and repair as required using a qualified HVAC contractor.
(2) The kitchen exhaust fan vent pipe shows evidence of leakage. There are stains present on the wall and ceiling directly above the kitchen exhaust fan. Further investigation is required. Recommend further inspection and repair or replace as required using a qualified HVAC contractor.
(2) Floor covering found in the main floor shared bathroom has moisture within around the toilet. A moisture meter was used and detected a moisture content of above 19% or greater within the floor of this area during the time of inspection. This may indicate that the toilet seal is compromised and is allowing for moisture to seep into the floor. Deterioration of the floor materials is occurring in this area due to this issue. Recommend further inspection and repair or replace as required using a qualified contractor. I think both were showing signs of seal failure.
We are developing our basement and we need a plumbing and hvac contractor to do the following in Calgary.
Upgrade our existing furnace.
Move the furnace and hw tank 10 feet from the existing location.
Plumbing for a new shower, relocate existing sink (5 ft).
Gas line to an outdoor bbq
New kitchen vent for a hood fan.
Our house is a bi-level with partially finished basement with dropped ceiling.
Please submit your questions or quotes. The job will start on September 2nd.
I have a potential blockage in the line between my house and septic tank. I need someone with a camera snake that can scope it out and possibly dig the line out once the problem is identified.
The blockage is about 10 feet out from the house but I would like to scope out the entire 150 feet if possible.
Looking for someone that can do the work ASAP but will need estimates.
The hot water on our kitchen tap (newly replaced) doesn't work. Suspect that the pipe is frozen. Would need someone to diagnose the problem for certain and, if it is frozen, to correct the problem from occurring again in the future. Basement is completed and thus may require some drywall removal to do this. If the section of drywall that is removed is not too large, replacement by contractor would not be required as homeowner can do this.
House was built in 1975 though renos were done at some point (we acquired the house this summer) so not sure if this is a new or existing and reoccurring problem.
Hi I am budgeting for the replacement of my existing toilet to a new low flush toilet in my home. I will source and purchase the unit from Home depot, it will be waiting there for pick up and installation in my home. I will also need the old one disposed of. Is there a flat rate price for this work? Is there a discount for more than one? I have 3 to replace but not sure if I will do them all at once. Thanks Randy
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