Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Ceiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 49 Ceiling projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Ceiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $268,500.00 with a per project average of $5,479.00.
Have a partially finished basement (insulated, drywalled, painted, carpeted). Want to install a ceiling in basement and stairwell going to basement. Also want a drywall ceiling done in garage with blown insulation put in. Garage walls have been insulated and drywalled. Yet to be taped and painted.
Live in an 1100 sq ft apartment-style condo in the West-End. Currently have stipple ceilings in all rooms except bathrooms. Would like stipple removed and a new ceiling finishing applied (have not yet selected). Great room (includes kitchen), den, hallway,laundry room and 1 bedroom all currently stippled. I have stated 2 to 4 weeks for p[roject start but this is flexible
We are gradually renovating complete condo so may lead to other future requirements
I live in a condo downtown and am in process of starting my renovation project. We just finished repainting our dining and living room and are painting the bedroom this weekend.
Next up the bathroom renovation and the ceiling in it must be fixed and sprayed, prior to the rest of the work being done. I haven't started the process of buying the new counter, bathtub, or tiling, yet...and was wondering if you could provide me with a quote or if you do in home estimates.
So while we're at it with the ceiling being done in the bathroom, we may as well get the main hall touched up in one spot, and remove the old floating light panels in the kitchen and reveal the hidden ceiling as well.
It should be noted that I will also need new doors installed and am also going to renovate my kitchen in the fall. However I would like to get the bathroom renovated before the end of April.
I am currently renovating a home approx 1800 sqft bungalow (1956-58ish) with a cottage style roof (the roof was redone last year). The ceilings are flat 8ft ceilings and I want to look into opening them up to cathedral style ceilings. (For at least the kitchen/living Area.)
We have two areas of ceiling that have been water damaged. One needs patching and repainting, while the other needs drywall repair as a section of the ceiling had to be removed to fix the problem. The first area is in the laundry room and the whole ceiling will need to be repainted, about 80 square feet. The other area is in the living room and only the one section of the ceiling (approximately 90 square feet) will have to be repainted as the ceiling is divided by beams and moulding. Both ceilings are 10 feet high and are not stippled or textured in any way so the patch job will have to be very well done! We're in the west end and looking to have the work done as soon as possible.
We have recently moved into an older house and done a few renovations. What we are now left with is some evidence of water damage as well as small areas of the ceiling that are not finished. It is a basic popcorn type of ceiling. I really have no idea how much it would cost to fix these areas up so they can match the rest of the house.
We have a rental property with ceiling tiles. There are 6-7 damaged tiles (some with spotlights 3 1/2" approx.) A couple of just odd shaped pieces (by window and hot water tank room).
We need someone with Experience and proper hole saw/equipment - to cut out for lights and odd shapes.
** Small job, a couple hours at best. (June 30th or July 1st, when tenants are out, it will be empty) or after July 3rd when new tenants are in.
Kitchen ceiling had to be cut open to address a leak coming from the master ensure.
The plumbers came in and to find the leak they cut into the ceiling above the kitchen were the leak had began.
We have a California knock down ceiling with a 2 foot by 1 foot cut into it right know.
Need some input and advisement on how to repair.
We are keen to get fixed.
Pressure cracks appearing will need to be repaired and match existing newer ceiling done in 2007. This smaller job requires a quote and appointment for viewing. If interested parties could call or email I'll get back to you, I'm the owner.
White knock down, color matching required.
We would like stucco put on the interior of our home, we have removed a couple of walls and now there is a "line" where the old wall was. All that has been done to the ceiling is painting and some drywall added to try to hide the line. The home is between 50-55 years old.
Potential work to be done:
Drywall or just tape and mud drywall in basement. We have started this already but have not completed it. Depending on pricing on which way we go with this one.
Our new home is estimated to be completed in April or May so we have some time but not alot and would like to have prices to approach the bank with. (There will be no issue with recieving the funds, we just prefer to have a number for them and ourselves to help in the asking price for our home)
Potenial work Painting the upstairs of the home. I currently have colored walls (green) and that makes it harder to sell the home. If your company is willing towork with us for all the work to be done for a good price we would be more then happy to give all the work to one.
I replaced all the doors on the main floor of the house and had to scrap the ceilings and remove the popcorn ceiling. I now need to repair the ceiling and need help. The repairs are on the ceiling of 6 doors and is 5" width and 30" length on each side of the ceiling. Can you please provide me with a quote.
I would like T-Bar ceiling installed in my basement. I have the acoustic tiles purchased already but I need the T-Bar and the stuff to hang it.
The basement has 8 foot ceilings except for a area that has ducting the drop to 6.5 feet. There might be some drywall work required around the ducting.
Aproximatley 1000 sq ft spread across 1 large room and 2 small rooms (washroom / laundry room) requiring t-bar.
Ready to start project immedatley
Okay this is a small small project but extremely frustrating because of what we do not know
and is a no brainer for someone experienced. We want to change the plastic 2'x4" lenses(?)
for the flourescent fixtures in our ceilings. The old ones were nicotine discoloured. When we
went to buy the replacements, they are too wide by about 1/4" and too long by about 3/4".
This means either finding the right ones or cutting the stock (Rona, Home Depot, etc.) ones.
We tried cutting - forget that -they are very flimsey and break right away. So, where can I
buy the right-sized (commercial(?)) ones?
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