Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 85 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $7,987,000.00 with a per project average of $93,964.00.
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I have a 1400sq ft bungalow. Looking for quotes on adding another level. Pretty basis stuff, ie, walls and new roof.
House was built in 1957, however a major reno occurred 10 years ago, upgraded electrical, plumbing etc. I do not have the original plans.
Plan to cut a hole in the living room, and on the second level, a great room, with a master bedroom, an office, etc. I am expecting the project to cost about 100K.
We have a 1052 sq ft bungalow and are wanting to add a second story. The second story would include a master bedroom with small ensuite and walk in closet along with three addional bedrooms and another full bathroom. We're interested in finding out approximately how long a renovation like this would take and about how much money it would cost.
I am currently purchasing a small bungalow in the Edmonton area. The home is 670 square feet with a finished basement. The home is built in 1950 and an inspection has been done to deem the property structural sound. The house sits on a corner lot and has a two car garage in the back yard. So the property is accessible from three sides somewhat easily. (I dont know if access matters, but I thought I would include in case it helps.)
My question is: How much time does a contractor need in order to start a project? For example, if a contractor is hired in April does work begin in April or does it take a couple months to acquire the necessary permits and such? Approximately how much would I be looking at to place an additional story onto the house? How long would the project take? What I would be looking it is placing a large Master Bedroom on the second foor with a Master bath. I hope that gives everyone a good ides of my project. I am looking for a quote right now as I would not start the addition until next Spring. Thank you to everyone to reading my post.
Looking for costing on preliminary designs to add onto 1950's Golden Home. It was determined that due to significant renovations to the main floor, that knocking it down and starting over was not an option. The dining, living, kitchen and bathroom on the main floor would remain.
The attached drawings include the design and mark ups showing the existing footprint. The upstairs would need to be gutted and raised by a few feet, and the roof line rebuilt to encapsulate the expanded floor plan. The basement is partially developed, but would need to be gutted as well. The extension of the basement would include dropping the floor level relative to the existing floor. There is an existing extension off the back that is to be removed and replaced by the proposed design. Sketches of the existing floor plan are also provided.
The laneway home is to replace an existing small garage. The designs for the laneway home are considered near final and are included. It is hoped that both structures are built concurrently so that foundation pours can be combined.
Also attached are some images gathered from Google street view and maps to provide context.
Please provide a high level quote so that we know we are on the same page. You will not be held to your quote without discussing the project in greater detail.
Wanted to ask what a ball park cost would be to build an addition over the garage & extend the height of an additional room. The roof style would be Dutch colonial or "hip roof". Also garage foundation is slab on grade & addition is likely the same. Foundation in the garage will likely needs to be redone.
Garage is 24 x 30 approx
Additional room it 24 x 34
Built in 1973.
Looking to add an addition to living room. Current wall ready for demo has 3 windows (living room windows 3 year old estate home). Blow out back living room wall and extend it out 24 x 12 simply replacing the current deck. Want to peak roof, vaulted, fire place, garden doors, etc....
We were going to add 3 or 4 season room but then decided to do it right as this is our forever home..
Flat lot. Located near Capilano and Bonnie Doon Malls in Edmonton. 800 sq feet full basement bungalow built in 1950. Wish to add addition at back of house with laundry room/mudroom entry room, ensuite bathroom with shower, extension to an existing small bedroom to make it the master bedroom.
Secondly, wish to add addition to front of house to include a small double garage and living room with wood burning fireplace. The addition would be approximately 22 ft out from house and width of house...40 feet or so.
We are not sure if we should include enlarging the basement in the addition areas or just leave it as it is due to the increase in the cost of the projects. Perhaps you could give us a ballpark idea of the difference in cost.
We would like to start with the back addition first, possibly doing them as two separate projects.
Naturally, the roof will have to be redone as well.
We have a Better Homes and Gardens Homeplanner type Software so have a few ideas drawn up and would welcome your knowledge and suggestions as to the practicality of the plans.
Please email if you are interested in a project like this and want to come by and take a look. I will then give you a phone call and we can set up a time.
Thanks ever so much,
Looking to add an extention on to an older home. Approximately 5' by 30' extended out from existing wall that is the outside wall of one bedroom and an entrance way. Currently there is an cement patio were I would like the extention basically I just need a contractor to built the structure up to code. The floor level is about 2 1/2' above ground , I would like a patio/french door opening and small out side deck as well attached. The home has siding on it that can be replace with other material ??? (maybe plaster)
We are considering purchasing a 1400 square-foot bungalow. Our plans are approximate at this stage and we would really appreciate a "ball-park" estimate of the cost. We would need to reconfigure the main floor, including moving a kitchen and bathroom, add two 100 sqft additions to the back of the house, extending the living room space and adding a mudroom. Also, we would like to add a second storey with two bedrooms and a bathroom. We would need to redesign the entire roof of the house. We would also need to tear down and build a 2-car detached garage.
I would be happy to arrange to view the property with you if that is needed to provide a rough estimate. Thanks
Current house is 1100sqft semi bungalow located in Spruce Avenue.
8.5 FT expansion to South Wall 263.5 sqft
8 FT expansion to portion of East Wall 144 sqft
Basement foundation under expanded sections of house.
Covered entryway with steps.
Structural changes to accommodate removal of walls and sections of roof.
Replacement of siding and additional insulation.
See drawings for details.
- Structural load analysis, foundation, framing, insulation, roofing, exterior coverings & finishing, windows, doors, sub-floor, drywall & muddling.
- plumbing, electrical, and vent for laundry on upper
- plumbing, venting, electrical for kitchen on main
We are open to alternate designs to achieve our primary goals.
- Larger open kitchen
- Additional bedroom for second child
- Improved entryway
Please take a look at the 3D drawings attached.
I have a single story 950 square foot house in Edmonton. We're looking to build an addition to increase space in the master bedroom and the bathroom. Maybe a 10'-12' extension. The house was built in 1937, has vinyl siding and bamboo floors. The overall idea is to have sliding doors exiting the bedroom onto a backyard deck, with a bay window. The bathroom needs to be enlarged with new freestanding tub, glass shower stall, vanity and toilet.
Looking for online estimates only right now, while we plan, ponder, and save money.
We have a 1957 940 sq. ft. bungalow with a 4 foot crawl space. How much to lift it about 4 feet, do all necessary concrete work, (slab, etc.) build a wooden foundation wall (about 4 feet) with basement window openings. We would like roughed in plumbing for a bathroom and any additional costs for disconnecting and reconnecting services.
I have a bungalow in Edmonton that I am planning on expanding.
I am looking to get pricing on pouring the basement walls on the back side of the house. My house is 40 ft wide, and I would like to go out approx 18-20 feet, and the full width.
I have alley access, with a fair amount of room.
I would be looking at taking on this project in the spring/summer of 2013. Although, if doing the work in the winter would bring cost down for me and help reduce back log for a contractor, I might be interested in doing it during the winter months.
Feel free to contact me with any questions, as i'm sure that paticulars like thickness and height need to be disscussed.
I have a 1507square foot 2003 Jayman 'Jackson' home that I would like to add a bonus room and bedroom over the excisting garage. I want a standard ceiling and berber carpet for both rooms. I would like 3 front windows for the bonus room and 1 window for the bedroom. I would like to know what the price range of this project would be and how long it would take to complete.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Hi I'm looking for someone who can demolish the roof on my attached garage and build an addition to gain more square footage in my house, I would like to finish the exterior with siding and the interior with carpet and regular drywall. The total square footage of the garage is 20 by 27. If possible I would like to have it done before August 2013.
house built in 2002, I am not sure if my attic can be built out or not, but we need some extra space in the house and have seen built out attics in the past. I would not need a bathroom or anything, just finished, carpeted and made into one large sitting area and one bedroom if possible. If attic build out is not possible than maybe a two room addition, again I am not too sure what is possilbe, I would like someone to maybe come out, take a look and give me some ideas and an estimate. We are planning to go ahead with possilbe project in the spring time (march-april) and just need some proffesional advice on what we can possibly do to add some space to our house.
8' x 8', 60 to 70Sq. Ft. mudroom at back door wanted, construction, roofing, tiling, elctrical, lighting, doorway, walls. Required adding square room on at back door on concrete pad. home built in 72. Want price and timeline. Will pay hourly or contract. Have lumber supplies available now at site. S/S West Ed Mall area residence. Easy parking. Call when it is convenient to you.
We are looking for an estimate on demolishing the existing deck and addition and putting in a new addition of the same width as the current one that stems from the back right to the front and adding an extra five feet to the front of the home, as well as framing in an extra bedroom and mudroom and widing the hallway, adding a front entry door with ramp and back door( mudroom door). we just need an estimate on the framing as we can insulate and drywall ourselves. We would prefer to use used material from home reusables and habitat for humanity to save on the cost of the project. I have attached photos of the mobile home if this helps or we can arrange for you to come down for an estimate. please let us know.
I want to add a 8 ft x 13 ft addition with full basement to the front of my house. This addition to also have a 6 ft x 13 ft covered porch. Within this space will be a new entry area and closet. The existing bathroom will butt out into this addition giving the bathroom a 5 ft x 4 ft approx. shower. The existing bathroom has already been gutted and the rough in plumbing in place. This project will include finishing the bathroom remodel. There will be a side light window and new entry door and closet door. Also two new 30 inch doors to be installed in bathroom.
The existing home has a L shaped foot print : measures 22 ft across, bumps out 5 ft and then continues across 16 ft giving the overall length of house 38 ft across. The roof is hip style and has painted smooth cedar siding. The house was built in 1954 and sits on a 53 x 150 foot lot. All utilities run through the back yard, so no sewer or lines will be involved.
I would like a estimate only at this time. Thank you.
Would like to build a 36 x 24 garden suite on an acerage in the petoleum golf club area. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, living room, utility room, furnace, ect. The job would include preparing the foundation (either concrete or raised wood) and tieing into the existing utilities such as gas, septic system, power and well system.
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