Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 86 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $695,600.00 with a per project average of $8,088.00.
** Supply and install the following items:
01: Replace (1) single handle bathtub tap unit.
02: Replace (3) single handle vanity sink tap units.
03: Replace (2) single handle tub / shower tap units.
04: Replace (3) toilets with 1 piece comfort height toilets.
05: Dispose of old toilets and taps.
The drains in the basement look low enough, So we need cement broken and pipes put in etc so we can put a toilet and sink in.
Also, we would like to have the old plumbing drain pipes from upstairs bathtub replaced. They are very old (1950) and don't drain well. It maybe could be fixed but we want it replaced so no worries about this plugging in the future.
Our immediate needs include 2 projects in our home in Summerside (Ellersile Road):
1) Basement Wet Bar - Install new cabinets (upper and lower); laminate counter top; re-align existing electrical to accomodate new microwave, mini-fridge and sink; complete plumbing hook up from existing rough-in.
2) Mud Room - Install or build cabinets; replace existing utlity sink; and build upper shelving and bench seat which can accomodate shoes and coats.
Other jobs to be determined based on results, availability and budget.
We are looking to install a dishwasher into our kitchen. We do not have an existing location for it because before we just used a portable dishwasher. Looking to install it but also willing to help with installation. Would like to learn how it works/can be installed. Also interested in knowing how much extra work it is to install a garbage disposer. Currently do not own a garbage disposer.
- Run ducting for a basement suite (550 sq feet)
- Re route the existing duct work in the basement that serves the remainder of the house - it currently runs beneath the floor joists and straight across the centre of the basement
- Install a new furnace for the basement suite
- Install a hot water tank
I have a few small projects in my home that need some expertise:
Installation of a fan in the bathroom
Switching stove fan to over-the-range microwave (would include resizing the cabinets)
Repair drywall (around electrical panel, very small area)
3 small plumbing leaks
1 light in the basement not working
A portion of our house is cantilevered out to accommodate our laundry facilities. I finished the basement last year, and this winter, the tubing to the washing machine started freezing. I suspect that the bottom of the cantilevered section was not completely insulated during initial construction, and now with the reduced air traffic and heat due to boxing in during the basement project, the tubing is freezing when it drops below -20 to -30. I think the easiest way to tackle this problem would be from the exterior as it would save from ripping out tile, flooring , or walls, and the exterior surface is accessed easily. The house is 5 years old, 2 story, vinyl siding. Area in question is about 20 square feet that would potentially need to be repaired. Concerns are that once completed exterior is sealed properly and area in question is well insulated to prevent further problems or potential damage.
I am in Main/upper floor of 4-plex & would like gas bbq line. Neighbors attached have one, not sure why we don't. (There is a gas fireplace.) Building is approx. 7 yrs old. The gas meter is on East side of home and would like bbq on front deck, but not attached if it is best to have it in the back. I'm not sure the exact distance, but it's not a whole lot nor too complicated of a job, I'm thinking. Would like it asap as it's summer time pls. Looking for good quotes and lisenced work.
Thank you very much for your time.
This 12 suite condo is heated with a boiler (hydronic) and has an air build-up issue in the heating pipes each year that causes some suites to go without adequate heat. I've heard of an "air venting" system that "vents" out the air from the heating pipes so that heated water can circulate without having to manually vent the air.
The Condo Board President (me) would like to talk to a Plumbing and Heating expert about possible solutions to this problem and how much something like this would cost.
1. poor water pressure from kitchen taps ( taps are only 6 months old )
2. leaky drain pipe from main floor bathroom sink
3. upstairs toilet runs
We used to have poor water pressure from kitchen and had a plumber 2 years ago put in a new tap......worked well till 1 year later I bought a new tap we liked better. The tap the plumber installed worked well, but began to lose pressure....so I bought this better one and installed it myself and it worked well till last week and now poor pressure. I know the first tap pressure was weak only because the copper tubing under the sink got bent somehow and choked off the water output. We don't see this same problem with this new tap......but recently pressure is very poor.
My home has a detached addition which is a bathroom. As far as I can tell, the plumbing is run under the floor to connect to the mains at the house. As soon as the temperature drops to about -15C, the water lines freeze. The plumbing can be accessed from underneath the deck. There is fiberglass insulation there, but this doesn't seem to be sufficient to keep water from freezing during the winter. What I need is:
- water line thawed and restored if cracked
- Better insulation installed on pipes (heat trace? on-pipe insulation?)
Looking for a quote. As far as I can tell, everything can be accessed from beneath the deck and does not require demolition of walls or floors.
This is my first time using this site, so please forgive me.
All I need is for someone "with credibility" to install a new garburator (aka. household food waste disposer) underneath my kitchen sink.
I suppose the old one must also be disconnected.
Thanks again for taking the time to read this.
Please email me or text me anytime.
This project includes assessing the best location for washing machine and dryer, will include knocking out drywall, wiring electrical outlets for both, plumbing and ventillation, and refinishing drywall and installing a door/cupboard door to the newly created laundry area. Please only apply for this contract if you are available to begin work immediately. Suite is currently empty, and will be rented out for March 1.
Hi there, we need a dishwasher installed where we have no previous one. we live in a 1977 condo complex, and are wondering on the possible cost to rough in the plumbing and electrical and to put in the dishwasher. there have been no renovations on the kitchen as far as i know.
thank you so much!
I have a main floor laundry room / full bathroom. I want to move my washer and dryer upstairs to a storage room next to my master bedroom. I will need a exhaust line and electrical for the dryer plus I wanted to tap into the upstairs bathroom for water and drainage for the washer.
While this is being done I also want to relocate my thermostat. It's currently on the mainfloor bathroom wall and I want to put it across the hallway.
Note: The storage room upstairs shares a wall with my master bath and another wall with my upstairs main bathroom plus my basement is unfinished so moving electrical shouldnt be difficult.
What would this cost and how long would it take?
I'm not too sure who I am looking for but I do know I need help with a leaky basement:
- Basement was finished by some very questionable people years ago (They weren't professional)
- Leak is coming from a pipe leading from kitchen sink to a room in the basement, as soon as someone does dishes water starts filling up from the concrete floor (We actually cut the dry wall to get to the pipe)
- Saw traces of black mould around the dry wall in the area
- Wondering if the water has leaked through basement floor as the flooring seems warped
I believe the drain from the shower in my upstairs ensuite is leaking. The ceiling in the living room below is wet directly below the shower. What kind of cost would be involved to get this leak fixed? Would it get fixed from below through the living room ceiling or would the shower have to come out?
We're a local, residential contractor looking to team up with a reliable plumbing firm that also has a gas ticket.
We are a 24/7 company that does both restoration and renovation work within the Edmonton and surrounding areas. We require someone or a company whom has excellent communication skills, reliable and takes pride in their work.
Some items we need assistance with: emergency plumbing repairs, furnace removal/replacements, hot water tank removal/replacements, duct removal/replacement (sheet metal work), gas fire place repairs, removal/replacement.
Hello, I have a couple things that need fixing in my condo. First a cabinet in my kitchen came off the wall, and I just need it put back up. Also I have an issue with my plumbing, where the sink may be clogged and the sink backs up into the dishwasher. Something may be broken, or the sink may be backed up. I did snake the drain (and tried Drano), but it's possible there is something further down. It could just be the metal clamp needs to be fixed, and a new hose from the dishwasher to replace the old one.
I was hoping to hire someone to fix both of them. The cupboard should be an easy fix I believe, it's the issue with the sink that's been causing issues though.
Please let me know if there's someone that can take a look into fixing both issues. It would be much appreciated.
At the drainage joint where the cast line from the house meets the outside, there is a slight shift.
This has caused toilet paper when it is flushed to catch on it. This results in me needing to auger it every few months.
I am looking to have this repaired so that I don't have to worry about flooding in the basement any more.
The house was built in 1964
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