Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 125 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,522,000.00 with a per project average of $12,176.00.
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My name is Terence and I was wanting to request a rough estimate on some work I would like to do on a recent apartment condo purchase before I move in. The condo is a concrete building and I am located on the 5th floor.
There are 3 areas in the condo that I was looking to replace the current flooring with laminate flooring.
I thought that I could give you the square footage information so that perhaps you could give me a rough estimate as to what the job may cost. Would you be able to quote me each of the sections individually because I'm not sure if I'm wanting to replace all of the flooring as of yet.
Living/Dining/Front Entrance: 460.67 sqft (currently has laminate flooring)
Kitchen: 51.55 sqft (currently has ceramic tile)
Bedrooms: 330.19 sqft (currently has carpet)
Would you be able to quote me with the install, demolition, removal along with other possible charges that may be associated with the job?
With the kitchen, there is only 1 tile with a crack and a few with some slight chips. Not sure if it is possible to somehow patch the tile, this way I wouldn't have to remove any of the flooring in the kitchen. Or would you have any suggestions?
After accepting the quote, I still need approval by the condo board who only meets once a month, and so the earliest the renovation would be able to start would be around mid-March.
Thank you for your time.
Fix basement floor for flooring install. As well as install pre purchased flooring and underlayment. Total Floor area is approximately 400ft2. There is also a small bathroom in the basement that has some tiles to be installed. This is approximately 30 ft2. Pictures attached are of the materials I currently have for flooring and underlayment as well as the stairs to the basement and the main area showing the cleanout for the backwater valve cover that is my concern.
I need a bathroom renovated, the bathroom floor has some water damage. Everything needs to be replaced, tub, vanity, toilet, etc.
I also need the main floor flooring replaced. I would like to tear out the carpets and replace them with laminate. The living room alone is 320 sq feet and the remainder of the main floor (kitchen, dining, bathroom and hallway) are approximately another 300 - 400 sq feet.
I am looking to have this project complete by the beginning of November, it will not be done real fancy as this will be a rental property soon. It needs to be nice, but basic.
1) Replace tub & surround, toilet, sink & vanity. 1960's era bathroom in downtown condo. Install tile (or suitable material) on floor. Requesting quote on labour only or labour + supplies. Have sourced products at Home Depot for around $1000.00.
2) Install laminate flooring throughout 690 sq ft property. Existing floor is painted concrete, with tile in entry/kitchen area (approx. 100 sq ft tile). I have sourced the product that I would like to install, looking for quotes on installation labour only. Flooring & underlay must be high sound proofing rating due to condo bylaws.
We have a 600 sq.ft condo that needs new baseboards in the kitchen, closet, living room and bathroom. My estimate is about 60 feet of baseboards. I have picked out the baseboards I like from home depot. I just need someone to paint/cut/install. I had laminate flooring installed last year and there is an area along the edge where the underlay is uneven/overlapped so the plank drops when you step on it. I have a few extra planks so I'm hoping that can be fixed too.
We have installed vinyl tile ourselves in the kitchen/entrance but may be interested in having a contractor install the rest in the bathroom depending on the cost.
800sq feet. Living room / bedroom. Installing floating floor. Concrete highrise. Concrete floor. Need:
1) removal of remaining 300 sq feet of carpet
2) Levelling of floor to make it suitable for installation of floating floor. You choose method thats most appropriate. Plywood subfloor? Selflevelling concrete? Or whatever else would be suitable.
3) May consider hiring for install as well, if price is competitive.
Looking for an estimate to install laminate flooring throughout our 1227 sq ft town house. Not sure if that amount includes the two full stair wells as well as the closets throughout but those need to be covered also. Currently carpet throughout. Light colored laminate in bathrooms, kitchen, front entry way and laundry room to be replaced as well. Looking for quote on material and labour or just labour.
We would like to renovate the floor with Engineered Hard wood and tiles. Tiles approximately 410 Sf. and Hardwood may be 540 Sf. or so. We have purchased the hardwood and tiles. Because this is the renovation project so vinyl and carpet has to be taken out. Sub flooing needs to done for hardwood floor. Also you have to move furniture, appliances, and toilets.
The tile size is 12X24 and other designer tiles for kitchen are 19X16
The hardwood size is 3 /1/2" wide.
I am looking to have flooring repaired in my 1977 mobile home. I have had to have my water heater replaced, and due leakage under the tank, the flooring will need to be replaced or fixed. This would include approximate 1 foot outside of the tank that has been water damaged. The new tank cannot be installed until the floor is repaired. I am also requesting a repayment schedule, as I do not have the funds it would require to have the damage fixed. Thank you.
New flooring for 1400 sqr ft 2-storey home (1 kitchen, 1/12 baths, 2 staircases, 2 living rooms, 3 bedrooms. Possibly basement as well. Laminate preferred, perhaps ceramic in entrances and hallway on main level. House is 29 yrs old.
Looking for online estimates initially, then a more detailed & accurate quote.
Install already purchased Laminate flooring in the upstairs, Stair well 10 steps and 2 pie steps (Contractor to purchase nosing) main living area. Contractor to also purchase and install tile flooring into the kitchen area, front entrance, and upstairs bathroom. Complete renovations in basement.
Appointments only available after 6pm weekdays and on weekends. Project must be completed no later than may 30 2016, Total sq ft 600 per floor
We are looking for an experienced flooring estimator for the Edmonton Area. The applicant must have prior flooring sales or installation experience. He/She must have their own vehicle and have a flexible schedule. The applicant must be able to pass a criminal background check
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We are doing a renovation and need both tile and hardwoods installed in our 1,300 sq ft bungalow in Edmonton. The hardwoods are onsite (966 sq ft in the living room, dining room and bedrooms) and we have the tile picked out, but not ordered yet (390 sq ft for front entrance, kitchen, bathroom floor and shower walls). Are you available before Christmas to install these? If so, when can you come by and do a site visit in East Edmonton? Also, how do you calculate your rates?
I have approximately 780 square feet of sheet vinyl to be laid in my rental mobile home. It is the spongy type not the thin flooring. The carpet needs to be removed in the master bedroom, hallway and living room and tile to be removed from 2 bedrooms and main bathroom. There may be a few spots of under flooring that will need to be replaced. Also, there is a strong odour of dog urine throughout that must be dealt with before the flooring can be laid.
I have a 2-storey condo unit with basement and would like to replace flooring on all three levels + 2 carpeted staircases. Basement: replace carpeted area with hardwood. Main floor: replace all laminate and vinyl with hardwood (no risers or separators between rooms). Upper floor: replace all carpet with hardwood, except one bedroom (child wants new carpet). Staircases: currently carpet-covered; would like to have redone with covering compatible with wood floors. The bathrooms would not be included as these will be remodeled with tile flooring at a different time, although a quote on the bathrooms would be appreciated.
Living room, kitchen, dinning room, bathroom and hallway
42 square meters parquet flooring installed 45 degrees to the plain of the walls
43 meters of perimeter
Back entry/ main floor stairs
2.5 square meters linoleum
2.75 meters stair nosing
2 square meters 3/8 subflooring
Install hardwood floor in open concept living/dining room (672 square feet). Install treads and risers on 12 steps. Tile ceramic -front door area (60 square feet) and kitchen (100 square feet). Tear down and rebuild outdoor deck. (10x14). It is a 2001 bilevel house.
I would like a quote to install some hardwood flooring (we already have the wood.)
We have the 3 inch wide planks in assorted sizes from 1 to 4 feet.
We have a kitchen, sunken living room (1 step) with a fireplace (small vertical up to hearth), front and back entrance (2 steps at back door) and 2 hallways (one long L shape). The total area is about 600 sq ft.
The kitchen and front / back entrances have lino now and the living room and hallways are carpeted.
We don't have underlay yet and don't have transition elements or bullnose/etc for the stairs.
Project involves installation of hardwood or laminate (12 mm plank) flooring in 3 levels of a 4-level (split). Floor cover area includes a hallway, 3 living areas, 14 steps, two landings and two closets. Home built in 1972. Existing carpets to be removed and disposed off. New baseboards to be installed. No furniture moving required. Looking for labor only quotes separately for hardwood and laminate installation. Start date flexible, but once started, work must be completed in less than a week. Must provide verifiable references of previous work.
I am looking to put either a hardwood floor or laminate in Living room which is 508 square feet. Initial floor will be carpeted on a concrete floor. This is a brand new condo on the 4th floor which is being built right now. I am looking for bids on hardwood flooring and/or laminate flooring. Obviously hardwood is more expensive and laminate is less. Interior wall color is eggshell latex. Carpet unlerlay would be 7/16", 4lb. My kitchen cabinet is a maple with light cherry color and I would like laminate and/or hardwood to be something similar to that color. I have a budget and if I see that material and labor costs reasonable for hardwood then I will get hardwood otherwise I'll go with cheaper option of Laminate floor.
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