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In total, TrustedPros has received 88 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $736,500.00 with a per project average of $8,369.00.
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Looking to have a concrete hollow block wall approx 10" thick cut to make way for an 8' wide x 10' high overhead door.
We need the opening cut, any debris hauled away, if possible a steel framed lintel in the opening and two concrete cored bollards roughly 4' high by 10" in diameter placed outside.
in my search for a new home i have come across a house that is in need of a complete repair to the basement concrete floor. there are several major, lifting cracks that have been filled with concrete to poorly repair the concrete as a temporary fix. i am looking for a rough estimate as to how much it would cost to diagnose & fix the obvious leaking issue, & to pour a new concrete floor in an approximately 1200 square foot basement. it is entirely likely that i would be able to remove the existing concrete so i am looking for cost regarding only the diagnosis of the problem & for the new concrete.
thank you for your time,
We have a lot of concrete at the side of our home which has fallen creating a slope problem where water is running into our home.
Could you please provide solutions along with quotes to repair this.
Area is approx. 10 ft by 40 ft of 3" concrete over 40 years old but in good condition without any cracks. It has fallen more than 5" since being put in.
There are two window wells affected by excess run off.
Solution A: breaking of existing concrete, back fill with appropriate material and refinish with gravel
Solution B: Mudjacking of existing slap, backfilling and extending the window wells above the concrete to lesson run off
Solution C??? Contractor to advise.
I'm looking for an estimate for Concrete work at my personal residence. I Require Pricing ASAP before Wednesday (Jan28th) 12pm to bring to a meeting tomrrow at 1pm to Secure Project Financing.
The scope includes demolition of old concrete and replacement to new alberta building code requirment 32mpa type10 with stamped slate finish.
SCOPE OF WORK:
1. DEMOLITION, CLEANUP AND DISPOSAL OF CONCRETE
AND REBAR/MESH (1015SF+3 Step Stairway) Email me for CAD file with dimensions
2. SPECIAL CARE NOT TO DAMAGE HOUSE/STRUCTURE OR
3. NEW REBAR/MESH Premium DARK BLACK TINTED 32MPA typ-10 CONCRETE W/
4. STAMPED DRIVEWAY SLATE FINISH
5. EXPANSION CONTROL JOINTS + CUTS PER CODE
6. SEAL AND CLEANUP
I am planning to install a basement bathroom fan, in order to vent out the side I need some concrete foundation cut away ( very small portion and near the top) I am planning to install a 4" vent which means I need about a 4" hole cut. This is hole needs to be cut above a current bathtub. This bathtub is not being replaced so I would like to the possibility of damage minimized. The house is fairly old about 30 years old.
I am looking for a fairly decent price on this job as I am on a tight budget for this job.
I am looking to widen my driveway to allow parking of 2 cars. The extension would be 4ft wide by 17ft long. It is currently SOD &there is no curb to worry about.
I am looking for quotes to;
-Excavate and remove dirt from the area
-Install a layer of crushed gravel
-Rebar installed and dowelled into the existing drive
-Concrete framed, poured and finshed.
I would like this done as soon as the weather is dry enough, may have neighbours interested also depending on pricing. I am located in the north west of Edmonton,
Please note: The street is managed by a property management company, to be allowed to do this job they request copies of your WCB & Insurance, please dont apply if you cannot provide these.
The drive way is 109 ft long and 14 to 16 feet wide. It runs to a detached double car garage. It is straight and runs between our house and a wooden fence.
There is also a patio area in the backyard running from the garage side door to a wooden deck. It is curved and is approximately 75 square feet.
The houss was build in the 1970s I assume the drive way is the same age.
It has significant cracks and slants towards the house raising concerns about drainage into the basement.
I have filled the cracks using sand.
I would like to replace the driveway with either concrete or aggregate but cost is a concern because there is a lot of square footage.
Please email approx quote - will contact contractor to come for site inspection and actual project quote. thank you.
Removal of 30'x50' concrete pad
Pour 38'x24' garage pad with 6" footing plus approx 6'x38' pad from alley to new garage pad
Possible pouring of sidewalk for font, side & back of house
Driveway pad is in the back alley. I haven't measured it but it is about 20 ft by 16 ft. (Just an estimate). There is a double garage and the concrete extends past the sides. The current driveway is cracked and has started to sink in spots. It needs to be replaced.
Front steps have crumbled. Two steps and a landing. Landing is approximately 7 ft by 5 ft (again an estimate). The steps are probably original on a 45 year old bungalow.
I am hoping that this work can be done in this season, preferably in July or August. I will require documentation of licenses, WCB coverage, etc. as well as at least 2 references.
The room size is around 450 square feet and we are looking at needing a few things done. One is we need to take out a basement window (roughly 37 inches x 12.5 inches) and cement it up. We also have two other identical windows that we are considering lowering and making slightly larger. Additionally we need to put up dry wall and get it finished and install a door that is 36 inches wide to our laundry room.
We have some prices on what supplies should cost for new windows, doors and dry wall - we are wondering about labor.
We're in the process of preparing a bid to do a construction of a car wash in southwest Edmonton and we're wondering if you may be interested in doing the cribbing for the pilings and slab?
The car wash is going to be a 10 bay wand wash with a single auto wash bay on one side. The building will be a steel construction with overhead doors at either end - we have available a drawing of the proposed car wash for your reference if you would like to see it.
For pilings we'll need 12 - 24€ round x 25' deep for the main building and 3 - 18€ round x 12' deep for exterior wall of the auto wash bay structure. The slab for the main building will be 110' x 54' and the slab for the auto wash building will be 18' x 30'.
We are also going to need a 4' grade beam with a 3' pony wall (7' in total) around the entire building and auto wash bay. There will be a 12' overhead door and a man door at either end of the main building. There will also be a man door going from the main building through the wall into the auto wash bay. The auto wash bay will have a 10' overhead door at either end.
Front stairs are about 40 years old and have deteriorated to the point that they are unusable and very dangerous. Have roped them off. What is the cost to remove same and also have new stairs (concrete preferably) installed.
Any discounts for seniors? The AB Gov't used to give $5,000 to seniors in need of home repairs. Now, with the new budget, the Ab Gov't will lend seniors funds at a low interest rate and subsequently place a lien against their home. This will be settled upon the sale of the home.
I really do need a cost effective solution to this problem.
Thank you for taking the time to answer this query.
Home build in 2006 -
- driveway has significant spawling
- garage pad appears to have heave or improper slope on the front lip - allowing outside water to drain into the garage
- garage pad slopes to the sides - pooling water at the sides of the garage pad
- garage pad has no drain - and is designed to slope forward (4") to drain water out of the garage
I would like a driveway pad of 20 feet wide and 24 feet long (for the main driveway) with an extended area of concrete of 8 feet (approx). the extended area will be 8 feet at one end slanted, to 6 feet at the other end. (in total one end will be 24 + 6= 30 feet long and the other end 24 + 8 = 32 feet long).
THe other idea I have is to remain with the 20 X 24 and have gravel to finish the driveway. THe back yard is built on an angel which makes one end shorter than the other. THe 24 feet must be 2.75 feet from the property line. The extra 6 or 8 feet (approx) is the distance left from the concrete to the property line. This could be concrete or gravel. I would like suggestions.
Price is always a factor, however, quality is a needed issue. THe appearance does not need to be more thaan concrete even if it is coloured.
I have considered interlocking paving stone also. (price)
The front door of my house has 3 concrete steps that are covered with a carpet (around 10ft x 6ft). Due to age and melted snow, the carpet is covered with moss. I would like to have the carpet taken away and replaced by a concrete or similar finish. There are two brick flower beds beside the front door steps that could also be removed since they are not being used.
One of the yard fence door is broken. It needs to be replaced. I have a white wooden fence.
This is a residential house.
I have a pre-fab concrete step (3 steps - approx 40 sq. ft.) leading up to my front door. I recently purchased the Stoneffects product from Home Depot and have completed step 1 as well as the first coat of step 2. What I would like done is for a professional to come and complete the second coat of step 2. As I am not proficient with a trowel I want to make sure the last coat is completely smooth and free of imperfections.
I require that a concrete set of steps and associate porch be removed from the front of my house to be replaced with a new set of steps. This will also involve putting in a short sidewalk and fixing the grading next to the house where we have had some water accumulation and seepage into the basement.
The house is a 1968 bungalow in south Edmonton and there is easy access to the worksite.
I wish to replace my furnace, with a more energy efficient model, and when the old furnace is removed, I require cement repair for a crack in my basement floor, which runs under the area occupied by the current furnace. This is a 25-30 year old, two-story, townhouse style, condo. Other concrete type work is also a possibility (depending on total cost) to fill a void beneath my patio. This work will not be started until late spring; as warmer weather would be a necessity for surviving without a furnace.
I need to replace my furnace, with a new, energy efficient model, and when the old furnace is removed, I require cement repair for a crack in my basement floor, which runs under the area occupied by the current furnace. This is a 25-30 year old, two-story, townhouse style, condo. The furnace being replaced is the original furnace for this condo.
It is necessary to begin this work as soon as possible.
- Construction of a concrete pad for a 24' x 24' double detached garage. Presently, the proposed site for the garage has a mix of soil / sod, 8 small tree stumps and a small wooden fence, all which will need to be dug up during the excavation process. Need to get the work done next month in September.
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