Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Drywalling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 100 Drywalling projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Drywall Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,391,500.00 with a per project average of $13,915.00.
Small job, about 1/3 of the heated basement.
Drywall already up. Mud/taping only. I will provide the corner beads.
You will provide your many years expertise.
You are a perfectionist and take great pride in the quality of your work.
You have the necessary, licenses, insurance.
Prefer that you do the work yourself and not your employees or your sub-contractor.
We own a 2 bedroom apartment that had some damage from a water leak. One wall in the living room needs to be re-drywalled, taped and painted and the bathroom drywall needs to be redone completely. All of the fixtures in the bathroom are being replaced but the new tub is already in and other materials are already purchased. New plumbing rough-ins also completed. There is also a few smaller areas (doorway arch) that experienced some damage.
One bedroom in our house has what looks to be a wrinkle/plaster mishap mostly under, but around its window. I'm looking to have this corrected. I'm not sure if it needs new drywall or just sanding or what, but I'm hoping to paint this room soon and would like this fixed before I paint. The room is approximately 8'x8' with a 67.5"x37.5" window (including window frame). I'm hoping to have this done while my other half is away as a surprise. If I could get an estimate online, that would be awesome.
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.
I'm renovating a basement suite in a 1955 house, the basement is approx 730 square feet. Putting in a second bedroom and bathroom, as well as kitchen upgrades.
I'm looking for a quote on framing and drywalling the second bedroom and around the new bathroom. I will also need three doors, one for each bedroom and one for the bathroom.
If you could get back to me as soon as possible to arrange a quote that would be greatly appreciated.
Office condo renos needed. Project includes:
1. close off existing hallway, by adding a door
2. re-position door in two separate offices
3. close existing three wall space by adding fouth wall and door, to create a closed room
4. run electrical to second floor storage room, to create a computer server room
I'm looking for online estimates only.
I'm looking to have the walls and ceiling in my basement drywalled, mudded, taped and sanded.
There are four rooms for installation. Although a few of the existing walls are already drywalled, so I'll specify the wall area required for each room. All rooms need the ceilings drywalled.
The ceiling height is 7'6"
Room 1 = 14' x 12.25'
ceiling area = 171 sq.ft.
wall area = 105 sq.ft
Room 2 = 14' x 16.7'
ceiling area = 234 sq.ft.
wall area = 460 sq.ft
Room 3 = 14' x 8.75'
ceiling area = 122 sq.ft.
wall area = 236 sq.ft
Room 4 = 14' x 12.25'
ceiling area = 171 sq.ft.
wall area = 92 sq.ft
Two rooms have closets that the wall area was not included in above numbers.
Please specific the material cost and labor cost separately.
An established Modular building company is interested in a crew to Board, mud and tape our Seacan Housing Project as well as other Modular Projects we are building. The Seacan units are Trim less and therefore experience with such projects would be crucial. We would want punctual hard working crews that can get the job done in reasonable, predetermined timelines.
Our shop is located in Nisku and all the work would be in our shop. PPE requirements would also be very important as well as predetermined.
Looking for a drywall contractor to board, tape and texture a basement in South Edmonton. Many more basements available for contractor that does good work and has a good price.
Board count is 3204 square feet
I will supply and load the drywall. You supply everything else
Basement is 9 feet high but windows are only 4 feet wide. Require 2 foot wide strip of drywall around the top, a four foot sheet below and a 3 foot sheet at the bottom.
Texture should be splatter.
Start date should be November 28th with finish about a week after
Board Count is 3204
8' - 11
9' - 7
10' - 16
12' - 16
14' - 17
Moisture resistant - 5
Please only respond if you are a professional drywall contractor with all appropriate tools. Also you must have a recent job that I can see completely finished (OK if it is primed and or painted already)
I need the drywall completed in an undeveloped basement. The space that needs to be drywalled includes:
Rec Room approx. 425 sq ft.(ceiling and walls)
Hall way approx. 15 sq. ft (ceiling and walls)
Bedroom approx. 150 sq.ft (ceiling and walls)
Bathroom approx. 50 sq.ft (ceiling and walls)
Stairwell approx. 60 sq.ft (ceiling only)
By the beginning of December I'm looking to have drywalling complete for about 160 linear feet of wall (8' and 9' heights) on two 14'x14' room ceilings. It is a new 2 level additon, with added dining room, re-done kitchen, and then bedroom and ensuite on second floor. (See attached blueprint). I'm seeking work for vapour-barrier, drywall install, tapping, mudding and finishing.
Please let me know if you are interested in this work.
We're building a house in northeast Edmonton and we are at the stage that I need a drywaller to complete the drywall installation as well as the tapping and mudding. Also would like someone for the ceiling texturing. The insulation will be spray foam for the most part bu the attic will have blown in cellulose so if you can do that...bonus. The house is approx 2250sq ft and also has a triple car garage and the basement will be finished as well.
I am in the process of removing wallpaper from this mid 70's 4-level split home. In most areas, the wallpaper was hung right on the drywall, so in removing it, the paper has torn from the face of the drywall. In other areas, where it seems to have been painted, the paint has come off on the drywall leaving some paint on the skim coat. But it came off in little pieces so it's not smooth.
I'm wondering whether it's worth it to repair existing drywall, or replace it. In some areas, it's clear it should be replaced as more than 50% of the drywall is torn.
I would like the drywall paint ready, whether it's repaired or replaced, so install/tape/mud/skim coat, or repair/prep existing drywall for paint.
I have no idea how much it would cost, so budget is unknown at this time. I need an honest, professional opinion on what the best option is.
Not sure how best to describe the extent of the work. I can provide pics, if it will help.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my project!! You may save a suicide!!!!
We are a medium size Renovation company and are looking for a Drywall sub contractor to perform Drywall Install, mudding, taping and paint jobs for our clients. Out client mix includes residential and commercial job.
We are looking for someone who has WCB, Insurance and decent work experience and a small team to support the work. We are not looking for 1 person outfits.
If this makes sense, I would like to invite you to send us your pricing list and any information you can share about your work.
We are looking to sign a few drywall contracts as soon as possible and have a preferred drywall sub contractor relationship on an ongoing basis.
I am looking for a Texture company to do california knockdown on one of my small room in basement. The total ceiling sq footage is around 120 sq ft. It should match existing texture and I expect the company to do this job with big machine not the small one. I dont believe ceiling needs to be primed as I will be painting a different color on ceiling later.
1/2 duplex 2 steps on each of the two enterances house built in 1974
Drywall, mudding, framing and painting
Living room, dinning room, kitchen and hallway ceiling
Remove 7.6 square meters of damaged drywall and replace
Remove existing stipple from roof and apply skimcoat (40 square meters )
40 square meters of area.
perimeter of 42 meters
Living room, kitchen, dinning room, hallway walls
Install 18.5 square meters drywall
Frame 2 x 1.1 ponywall
Drywall ponywall 2 sides 2m x1.1m, 1m x .14m, 2m x .14m
Mud all installed drywall
58 square meters of area
perimeter of 49 meters
Install 10 square meters moisture resistant drywall and mud.
14 square meters of total area.
perimeter of 6 meters.
Replace moisture damaged drywall around window 1.34 square meters and mud.
Ceiling area 6.7 square meters.
Wall area 23.2 square meters
Replace moisture damaged drywall around window 1.34 square meters and mud.
Ceiling area 9.8 square meters.
Wall area 30 square meters
Remove and replace 8.86 square meters drywall and mud.
Ceiling area 8.1 square meters.
Wall area 25.1 square meters.
Previous owner to our home hacked at the drywall presumably to fit his tv. Have rebuilt the arch, need help with drywall (arch, bullnose). Some minor repairs around the house could be tackled while here. Will need paint once drywall is complete, by same or different contractor
i have a 3 year old house that will soon need to have the basement drywalled, mudded, taped, and basically just have it ready for paint (which i'll be doing).
i've measured the entire square footage of the basement walls and ceilings. it will require apprx 42-45 sheets of normal drywall and some greenboard for a 5x8 washroom (apprx 5 to 6 sheets i'm guessing).
i'm wondering if anyone can come give me a quote (either in person or via email) so i can get the ball rolling.
please and thanks a bunch
I am renovating the basement and main floor of my house. I am almost ready for drywallers. The basement will need to be done first. You should know that the entire house is down to frame (old plaster removed). Each floor is approx 1000 square feet. Drywallers need to do excellent work in a short time frame. I need a reasonable price since the whole house is being done.
I am looking for some help with the initial stages of a bathroom and family room area reno project. Here are the details:
1. bathroom (6’7 x 8’2): gut which includes removal and take away of
• flooring down to plywood
• all fixtures, bathtub, sink and vanity, mirror, tile
• drywall on walls down to studs (leave ceiling)
2. downstairs family room (20’2 x 13’) and area: gut includes
• drywall on ceiling and two exterior walls down to studs
• drywall surrounding back door down to studs (5'8" wall)
• flooring down to plywood in hallway (roughly 12' x 4' area)
Please provide a quote as well as when you could start the gut. Thanks!
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