Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 400 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $13,065,000.00 with a per project average of $32,662.00.
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My basement currently has an open area for entertainment. I would like to convert into a bedroom and leave the rest of space as a hallway. Will need a new wall about 12ft longx9ft high, and a door. The area has 4 lights under same switch - will need to separate into 2 switches. All ventilation and heating are good as is. Ceiling is popcorn style. Floor is laminated, has extra boxes of laminate if required.
We live in an 1912, 2 storey home (1450 sq ft). I'm looking to make the space more functional.
I'd like to add a room to the basement and finish the laundry room. The rest of the basement is already finished.
We would need to add one wall and a door with a bit of wall framing on either side to make a room. The space already has a window, flooring and lighting. The new wall would be about 90" long. Framed with wood and drywalled.
The laundry room needs a floor installed. Door installed in doorway, finishing on the walls (there is some drywall on one side).
I'm looking for a ballpark price to get started.
Looking to finish our basement in our duplex in Ambleside, SW Edmonton with a bathroom and an open plan room which can be a play room and also be used as an extra bedroom when needed. Finish to match the remainder of the house. Project needs to be completed by August 2016. Contractor will need to produce plans and obtain building permit.
Just purchased condo. Inherited a poor DIY baseboard job. New baseboards it looks like but evident bad installation. There are poor connections, the baseboards are sitting at various heights above the floor, poor corners at the end of features (i.e. where wall ends at the kitchen entryway), bad caulking ect...
Need it cleaned up, preferably without redoing the baseboards because I like the style. May take some creative carpentry. Needs a shoe molding (which I can purchase), possibly some corner caps (?) to hide poor alignment, would even be ok with cutting out some of the mid wall connections and adding a decorative piece instead. At least its better than what's there...
If you could provide an approximate estimate for installing a shoe moulding for about 160 linear feet (all same level) and fixing up a few (~5) trouble areas that would be great. Trying to get a feel for how much it may cost, and if its worth it to fix. If within budget I can book a time for you to come have a look.
Floor measurements 22ft X 26'10"
Ceiling 89" to joist.98"to underfloor.
To finish a basement:
Floors: insulation & laminate flooring
Walls: Insulation and finished walls.
Ceiling: Acoustic insulation and finished ceiling (gypsum)
lighting (10 pod lights w/dimmers)
Proper vents (flush with ceiling)
One window to be replaced (35"X 17 1/2")
No interior partitions, its just the perimeter of the basement, No plumbing needed.
Please send me a quote with and without material cost.
Email or call to set up a visit for a more accurate quote.
Approx 800 sqq ft unfinished basement in a house built in 2006. Some electrical and framing on the outside walls is complete. We would like to put 1 bedroom 1 bathroom and a rec room down there. We would like to use laminate flooring and would like to make it as sound proof as possible so we can put in surrounding sound.
I have purchased a new duplex. I am not sure what the basement size is in square feet, but I am assuming it is slightlyless than the main floor which is 520 sqft. I am looking for a simple finish of basement including the following:
-carpetted and painted stairs
-drywalled throughout to an open carpetted rec room
-small 3 pc bathroom with stand up shower (floor tiled)
-small laundry room with built in shelves (floor tiled)
- enclosed furnace/storage room
In-law basement suite, a kitchen with a little nook area/ bar, kitchen pantry and fridge to be built under the stairs, a bedroom with a closet and false wall to open to the living room, one full bathroom with stand up shower and closet, one living area, 2 staircases- the one inside the house needs carpet, outside entrance needs tiles, need high ceilings, matching the upstairs for floors and ceilings- hardwood and ceramic floors.
I am in need of a contractor who can cut and remove a large freezer from my basement.
The home owners prior to myself, built a room around an 8 foot freezer. I have had professional movers advise me that there is no way to remove the freezer without removing walls.
The Freon has been removed from the freezer. I am looking for the right company, with the right tools and employees that can cut or "chop" up the freezer. My thoughts are that approximately 5 cuts (of 4 feet) would be necessary.
Please provide me with a quote ot any valuable information.
I look forward to hearing from you.
We have a house built in 2005 with an unfinished basement. Currently there is roughed in plumbing for the bathroom, insulation and vapour barrier. There are minimal lights and heating as per code. We are wanting to finish it into a basement with a bedroom (with closet), full bathroom, rec room and storage room around the furnace and under the stairs. Our timeline is flexable but we would like most of the work to be completed by May. We are considering doing our own flooring and painting if it would lower the price. The total square footage of the basement is 997 sq.ft but about 200 of that will just be storage areas. The basement floor is currently unpainted concrete.
I have two wood beams in my basement and want to get ride of the 2 teleposts.
Had a structural engineer do the plan and drawings:
- existing 4ply 2 x 10 beam to remain - provide temporary support during telepost removal
- provide temporary support for floor joists during existing beam removal and replacement
- removal of 2 teleposts
- new steel beam W8 x 31 CSA G40.21 M350W steel to sit in existing beam pocket in foundation - expand pocket as required
- new telepost and new 30" x 30" x 10" concrete footing 3-15 each way
- cut existing 4 ply 2 x 10 beam and support on new steel beam in hangers (there's more detail provided by engineer on that)
I am looking for a company experienced in this work and want to avoid any shortcuts or safety issues.
A cost estimate (range is fine) would be helpful to start.
I have a 1912 house, which is in great shape, but I have:
-a cross beam that is in need of extra support (probably a steel I-beam)
-need teleposts inserted in several spots (no jacking required, just support)
-a space between crawlspace and main basement that has missing bricks and needs support
Also, a quote on insulation for the crawlspace, if you also do that.
We have a house 90 years old.
We are having issues with the bathroom in the basement as it is very old. The toilet has been replaced and the shower is leaking as it is at a tilt.
We would like the bathroom completely renovated.
We have been told by our plumber that the plumbing will possibly have to be redone.
The bathroom is small and the shower in there now is old and not a standard size. They do not make this size any longer. So we might possibly be looking at a built shower with tiles.
Could someone contact us as soon as you can as we would like to get this started a.s.a.p. and get a quote soon.
My duplex condo is about seven years old and is roughed in and framed for a bathroom basement. I would like it completed, with toilet, vanity, soaker tub and glass shower. Please advise if you are able to provide an estimate and an approximate start date. I would like it started as soon as possible. Thank you!
40 year old home in Riverbend. We have a basement that needs several "re-dos", most notably a bathroom reno that requires a new, larger footprint, laundry room upgrade, ceiling tiles to replace.
This is not a huge job, and we have generous time lines -- must be done by Feb 2014. There are numerous other "little" upgrades we would like you to quote on -- fixing a closet, possibly new doors, window wells.
We have a house built in 1978. Our basement is finished, and our office does not have a window in it and we would like to convert it into a bedroom. The window that we want will only need to meet the codes (size) It should be above grade and not need to dig down... I think. We can/will supply the window to be used. ( it will be new )
Depending on the quote we would like to start construction ASAP
Our basement is half complete after the contractor we hired from this website decided to quit the job.
The work remaining includes:
- Shower completion
- Toilet and vanity install
- Baseboard and trim completion
- Mud and fix 4 Window frames to be straight with round or sharp corners
- Vinyl plank on platform/stairs/washroom
- Painting/Staining Furnace floor
- Drywall completion (sand, mud, paint as required)
- Some Electrical work
- Painting walls / paint touchups
- Door completion (drill and install door handles / hinges)
- Heat vent covers
- Install 3 smoke alarms
- Furnace cleaning at completion
- Anything else I missed can be discussed.
Please provide references / pictures of previous work when you contact us. Thank you.
(We will be looking for additional work to be completed in the future as well, ie. Deck, Fence, Pathway, Shed)
We just bought a brand new house in November and we would like to develop our basement.
We'd like to have a bathroom and one room, and then right beside the bathroom we'd like to have a storage room (this is also underneath the stairs). We'd like to have carpet in the basement as well. We are not expecting a fancy basement since we are on a tight budget. It is approximately 800 square feet, I think since our house is measured as approx 1600 square feet (we have a 2 storey house).
We prefer to go for a company that offers financing.
Please feel free to contact me.
Thank you for your time!
Project involves finishing of an open concept simple design half basement area (approx 800 Sq.Ft). Framing and insulation is largely done. We would like a spare bedroom or study (with closet), pantry (with lots of shelving), a sink, toilet and optional shower put in, preferably with a Saniflo system to avoid breaking concrete floor. The furnace room needs to be framed in. The main area (about 400 SqFt) will remain open, to be used for entertainment only. We would like to have a large pull-out dolly (on casters) built for storing materials under the crawlspace hidden away behind doors. Main work involves: Dry walls including ceiling, some areas to be framed depending on design, pantry to be built with shelving, bedroom closet, bathroom, storage dolly for crawlspace, some minor electrical, plumbing work. Paint walls and ceiling, wall to wall Berber carpet. Start date flexible but project must be completed in 1 month or less from starting. Design ideas and site visits welcome. Happy to answer any questions or provide pictures or floor plan of the area, if necessary.
I am looking for complete basement design and development on a house built in 2007. Total house sq footage is about 2200 sq ft. Basement development will be about 800 sq ft. The development must include a bedroom, a bathroom and an office.
Looking for a contracting company that can undertake all aspects of the work including electrical, plumbing, drywalling, ceiling etc. Contractor will be reponsible to secure all permits.
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