Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Calgary homeowners have planned for their Tiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 121 Tiling projects posted by homeowners in Calgary seeking the services of local Tiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $427,500.00 with a per project average of $3,533.00.
I would like a quote for our bathroom and kitchen. Both have been recently renovated and will be ready for tile in the next couple of days.
8' x 5'
Tile to go around tub and ceiling of the shower
All surfaces around the tub have been waterproofed with Redgard
Tile in rest of room to go up about 4'
Kitchen back splash
I am looking to get my bathroom floor and potentially back splash redone. I am flexible on dates. Here is the needed info:
18 X 18 on floor, 12 X 24 on tub surround ($3.47 / Sq ft)
glass mosaic 12 x 12 ( 6.58 / Sq ft)
Batthroom #1 (about 5 ft x 8 ft) :
about 15 18 X 18 tiles on floor
about 30 12 X 24 on tub surround plus a glass mosaic
glass mosaic above sink and toilet to shower
Master Bathroom: (not sure about number of tiles ) (about 4 ft x 11 ft)
18 X 18 tiles on floor
12 x 24 tiles around tub with mosaic on top and above sinks
Demolition would need to be done for lino on floors and white square tile on tub surround. I want to get floors done first and then depending on budget could do tub surround.
I have one wall in my bathroom that needs to be tiled. I have 35 square feet of tile and a mirror that needs to be put between the tile also. I would prefer (if possible) that the tile be cut around the plumbing for the sink because my sink is a pedestal and shows part of the pipes. There is also an outlet and lighting on the wall. I have all materials available (grout, tile, etc.) and the cement board behind the tile is already up. The house was built in 2006.
My late husband re-did our bathroom about 15 yrs ago, this past weekend I discovered on the wall that backs up to the bathtub, black mold. I found that the bathtub has been leaking from the seal that was put on behind the aquaboard and tile. I also found that the caulking in the tub keeps cracking because some of the tiles are at least 1/4" above the edge of the tub. I think he was trying to make the tile look square as the walls are not. (house was built by Engineered Homes in the mid 70's) How can I fix this problem?
Plan 1 : is the shower area has two walls totally 100 sqf, the tirth side is glass door and the forth side is needs a bench and half glass wall. the shower base has almost 20 sqf.
Plan 2 : plan 1 plus the bathroom area which is almost 150 sqf wall and 60 sqf flooring
Please give me estimate for plan 1 and plan 2 individually.
The size of ceramic that we have is 13"x13" in two color
Renovating a small (5" x 7.5") bathroom in early September. Will require tiling work on 3 walls surrounding the tub/shower. Would like information on labour cost per hour if I buy the materials myself, or if the contractor is able to provide materials at a cheaper cost as well. Would like to have this work completed between the dates of September 3 - 12.
I am currently planning on tiling the floor myself, although if the price is right, I would consider paying for this service as well.
Thank you for your interest and any information you can provide to me.
I am in need of someone to tile my entire bathroom. I need the floor, shower stall and soap niche, 1 full wall and 2 half walls tiled. I would like to use travertine tiles through out the bathroom. I am also needing the job to be completed before Christmas. There is also 1 accent stripe that will run around the room at back-splash level.
The bathroom is approx. 5 x 10. Please let me know if you can do this and if you are experienced in the installation of Travertine.
I have a shower (New Construction) to be tiled. This is a newly constructed, boarded and waterproofed bathroom in an older house. I already have all the tile and materials. I just need someone to install the tiles over the next week or so. All of the plumbing is already complete, and the walls are square and ready for thinset... It's about 125 sq. ft total.
Kitchen backsplash is about 60 sq. ft
140 sq. ft. exterior porch:
- install new 12"x12" ceramic porcelain tile (tile is readily available from Olympia Tile in Calgary - "Preda" - light grey)
- use best quality exterior polymer fortified grout and mortar
- use Schluter Bara Rak or Bara RW (or similar) edging along outside edge of porch (2 sides - approx. 8' and 12') as a drip edge
- use Schluter-DITRA mat (between membrane and tile).
New Duradek membrane (Tiledek - fabric type finish layer) recently installed over new double layer of 5/8" exterior plywood base.
Looking for quality installation from an experienced tile installer.
Front porch is easily accessible from street.
Start date is dependent on warmer night time temperatures for natural curing.
Pricing to include all materials listed above.
Install new ceramic tiles in bathroom over existing vinyl flooring (in good condition).
Bathroom floor size is 30 sq ft, located in 2nd storey of the house.
Please provide estimate of:
1. Labor Only - (where I will purchase the materials as recommended)
2. Labor and Materials - where materials are included
Hi I'd like a quote on my condo. It's a condo built in 1999 and is about 700 sq feet for the whole place (2 bedroom and 2 bathroom). I would like to redo the kitchen countertops and small island with granite and replace the countertops in the bathroom with a laminate top and then remove all the linoleum in the kitchen and bathroom and replace with a tile. I know it's hard to estimate with no actual measurements but what would you're rough guess be? The condo is so tiny so it's not much floor space or counterspace I'm looking to change up.
Remove existing vinyl shower& expand the area of the shower, tile walls and ceiling of the shower area, install plumbing to existing drain & add new shower head at a higher elevation and off set from the current shower head location, & install the new shower door purchased by home owner. In addition we would like to replace the 2 sink vanity in the ensuite with a new vanity make up center combination & add some tile around the jacuzzi tub. Lastly we would like to replace the backsplash in the kitchen.
We are available for an on site visit after April 30th and would like to have the work completed by May 21.
The site will be vacant during the work. The shower dimensions are going to be roughly 46" x 46" with an 8' ceiling. The vanity is currently roughly 77.5" long by 22.5" wide. The backsplash will require roughly 24 tiles. These dimensions are from memory and will be confirmed by a site visit.
Grout between marble floor and wood trim at border of marble floor / sunken carpet floor is broken and needs to be removed / replaced. To make things look really good, trim should be sanded and re-stained or painted.
So, I see the work items as:
1. Sand trim.
2. Solidify trim with extra nails or screws.
3. Remove old grout
5. Stain trim
(Not necessarily in that order.)
There is about 40 ft of trim to sand / stain, but only about 1/3 of that distance needs any grout repair.
This needs to be done ASAP before our new carpet is installed. Carpet is currently scheduled to be installed on June 7.
Want to change to laminate wood from carpet and existing hardwood. Also want to put down tiles in kitchen and bathroom. It's bungalow house. The main floor is 2100 Sq Ft and basement is about 1000 sq ft. We will supply laminate wood and tiles and we can rip the baseboards and existing floors. Want to get quote for labours for putting down laminate wood and tiles.
Instal 450 sq. ft. of 2 1/4 " Red Oak Hard wood for kitchen/nook (presently laminate).
living /dinning room (presently carpet) and 12 42"- 48" stairs (presently carpet). This installation would match the existing 150 sq. ft. of 20 year old 2 1/4" Red Oak Hard wood in the hall way (100 sq. ft.) at front entry (50 sq. ft.). Front entry will need to be buffed or refinished. I have been informed that engineered hardwood is not available in 2 1/4" stock.
Install total 650 sq. ft. of 3 1/4" Engineered hardwood for all above mentioned areas and include the 50 sq. ft. of basement landing (presently carpet on concrete).
In addition to the hard wood install ceramic tile in the 1/2 bath main floor (15 sq. ft.) (presently lino) and 60 sq. ft. in the ensuite (presently lino).
Tiling required in three bathrooms (floors in all three, shower in one bathroom and tub in another) as well as in the front and back entrances to the home. Also, backsplash in kitchen to be tiled. Tiles used will be 12 x 12 or less. Tiling to be done in October. Please provide timing availability and square foot cost estimate.
I need to get a rental property painted both upstairs and down in a Inlaw suite, I need to have a tilesetter to lay tile on the floors as well in the one bathroom tub and shower area, I need to get someone to lay laminate flooring both upstairs and down, I need to have the window caseing replaced as well as base boards. I did have a Contractor that said he had a crew to do all of the above. Long story short he wanted funds up front and I was going to supply materials which I have already purchased the materials but the contactor is nolonger around to do the job. I am a 61 year old woman and my husband has Parkinsons so he is not able to work or to help me with this renovation. We have this rental property to help bring in income as his medicine is expensive. If there is any one out there that can help me put this property right at a reasonable price I would appreciate it if you call me. I do have a budget I can borrow from a line of credit I have a limit of $5000.00 as I have already lost a big chunk of cash and can not get it back.
We need 70 s.f. of mosaic glass tile, 1/2" X1/2" (coming in 12"x12" sheets) installed around the hot tub. Please give us the estimate how much you would charge just for labour and rough in materials, like glue, grout, etc. All prep work is done, icnluding the becker boards. Tub is on the main floor, square shape.
Hi, we're looking to get a quote on installing grouted vinyl tile or stone tile over ~320 square feet Including kitchen and powder room. I would do this myself but work is hectic. We installed laminate in the living room and discovered the rest of the underlayment is particleboard.
From my research there is not a whole lot of flooring options that can go onto particle board. The vinyl tile we purchased states directly in the directions that it is not to be used with particle board.
The house is 7 years old and the particle board is stapled down every inch along the edge and might also be glued.
The 2 options we are looking at is rip out the particle board and install new underlayment, Or install plywood or cement board over the particle board.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Approximately 400 square feet of area to install slate. Installation is in the kitchen and attached 1/2 bath as well as entry way. In floor heating is only planned to be installed in the kitchen. Have purchased slate 16x16 and 12x12 tiles. In floor heating to be purchased. Transition from the kitchen/entry way is to previously installed hardwood flooring. Currently has a MDF subfloor installed. All other finished flooring in work area's has or will be removed.
House was built in 1987.
Post your project and let top-rated pros compete to get your business. Compare bids, read real customer reviews and hire the best contractor the first time.Click here to get started