Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Demolition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 20 Demolition projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Demolition Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $148,000.00 with a per project average of $7,400.00.
Hello. I have a 1600 sq ft bungalow with a finished basement. There is about 700sf of tile on the main floor and 500 sq feet of carpet that needs to be removed. In the basement there is about 1200sq ft of carpet that needs to be removed as well as a small basement 3peice bathroom. If you also do bathroom work I will likely hire you back to do that at a later date. I will be installing new flooring myself.
I need a quote for demolition only. We are buying and older house in the University area. We are removing the roof (to add a second story) and taking the inside of the main and basement down to the studs. Exterior siding to be removed from house and garage. Need quote for:
- Removal of roof
- Interior to studs on main floor and basement
- Removal of kitchen cabinets
- Removal of windows
- Removal of siding on house and garage
- Removal of all debris by bins or trucks
I am looking for bids on demolishing a 2nd storey of a 60 year old war time house and possibly having the same contractor rebuild to lock up a new full 2nd storey.
If this is something your company can do, please email me and I will give you more information.
Clarity Construction Inc.
I need a new fence built on my property. My lot is 596 m2, and has an existing 4ft wooden fence on two sides of the property and a 4ft chain link fence at the back of the property. There are 2 gates. I would like all of the existing fence removed and replaced with a 6ft wooden fence. I also have a storage shed that needs to be torn down and removed.
My porch roof has started to collapse and urgently needs to be dismantled. It was built with clear plastic panels supported by wooden "beams" which are rotting away. For now, I just want someone to remove the existing roof; and I hope to be able to replace it before next winter because I don't relish the thoughts of having to shovel my porch in addition to my double driveway. I hope there are esthetically pleasing plastic products out there, so that I will never have to deal with wood rotting away again. I have included a picture of the porch in better days. The area of plastic that has fallen through is near the front of the trailer which is visible in the picture. The roof runs the length of the small bedroom at the front of the house and the living room, or approximately one-third of the overall length of the trailer. It really shouldn't take that long to remove the existing porch.
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