Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Roofing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 145 Roofing projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Roofing Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,834,500.00 with a per project average of $26,444.00.
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I am the president of a 85 unit condo complex in the west end we recently had some roofs reshingled and are questioning the quality of work that was done. We were told by our eavestrough guy that we had quite a few soft spots in our roofs so just with walking about and looking at the roofs we picked out the ones to have done. We never seen the company replace any plywood only in 1 place. They left ladders up for days on end, threw garbage in peoples yards, shovelled the old shingles from 3 or 4 roofs all into one yard damaging her flowers, grass and solar lights. The way they were so disrespectful makes us wonder what kind of job they actually did. We need someone to come and inspect the work that was done and also give us a quote for next years roof replacement.
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I need to have a qualified roofing contractor come and have a look at my roof. Determine if there are any current issues and quote me prices to fix those. Determine how much more life is there in my roof left? What would it cost to do a maintenance on it and what would it cost to replace it entirely, (so we plan for the future)?
I am on a very limited budget, so only contractors that are good and experienced with excellent rates need apply. Also VERY important is for the contractor to be trustworthy and honest. I would like to get by with the current roof for as much longer as possible on just maintenance - so replacement will be only an option when absolutely necessary!
I do not wish for someone coming over here and just looking to tell me that I HAVE to replace right away in order to have to pay the maximum $ to that contractor. That would be an immediate turn-off. Of course if it is TRULY the case that the roof is in too a bad shape (which I do not think it is), than what has to happen will happen. Currently there are no leaks, but we want to be pro-active.
Backup, there was one little thing last winter, a slight leak in the bathroom due to ice jams and stuff coming through the vents on the roof, as they are too low to the roof, which we may have to extend higher to avoid that leak problem in future. Also eaves could be inspected and determined what shape they are in and if needed repaired, (replaced in the worst case). As well as the attic could have a check-up and tuned up as necessary.
I have a 20x20 garage that is connected to a 10x17 breezeway. The garage has a 4/12 pitch and the breezeway is only about a 1/12 pitch. The house was built in 1979 and the shingles have been replaced in 1998, however the shingles on the garage have deteriorated to the point of replacement. The breezeway currently has roll roofing on it. I have one roof vent in the garage roof and a furnace vent. I would like to add one more roof vent. The shingles are one layer of 3-tab asphalt shingles on garage roof. I would like to replace with laminate shingles not of the same color. The garage has a closed ceiling with R-40 insulation. I would like to add a ceiling to the breezeway as well so that I can have roof ventilation and possibly make the room more comfortable, however I need a venting system that is incorporated into the flashing that would go where the roof attaches to the house. It is vented on the eave as it has a soffit, I just need a vent for the air to flow through. A section of the garage roof sheathing (2x2) will more than likely need replacing as well. I will remove the breezeway roof and replace the sheathing on it as I wish to rebuild that roof structure.
We need to replace an existing 3" duct with a 4", rigid, insulated duct that runs from the 2nd floor bathroom fan to the roof. The existing duct is roughly 10' in length with 2 45 degree angles. Unknown if new roof cap is required, but a possibility. Can I get a few quotes? I am in the Edmonton area (NW).
My house is 1950's 835 sq ft single story bungalow and has a 298 sq ft covered porch on the back. I would like to either convert the porch area into a master plus ensuite or consider building an ensuite as a pop-up. The idea is to expand from a 1 bath, 2.5 bedroom home into a 2 bath 3 bedroom home. I would like to understand what my options are given the structural and space restrictions of the property, and of course the budget. I would like this project to be as "green" as possible, which would include considerations such as building materials and energy efficiency.
My roof will need to be redone at the same time, and I would like to consider installing solar panels if budget allows.
Smaller home in Caldwell. 40 bundles at most, will pay up to $1900 for complete job, call to discuss. Do not disturb tenant, contact owner Kelly. This is a long term rental and I have other properties and work for some one that give a good fair price and does good work, expedient and cleanliness a must.
My house is about 36' x 24' and needs new soffits, fascia, and eavestroughs asap. The old system has already been removed. My budget is tight--I don't want to spend over $2000 if at all possible. I'd like it to be white and to have the leaf protection cover on top. Can anybody work within this budget? Perhaps offer me a "fall special"?
I have a three-level split house with attached double garage that probably needs a new roof. We have asphalt shingles that are about 15 years old, the house itself is 26 years old. I would like to have the shingles replaced with a long-lasting (30-40 years) shingles relatively soon. The size of the house is approximately 2,000 sq. ft.
The edges of the shingles over the kitchen (south-east exposure) are curling up, the rest of the house does not look too bad. I need advice whether the roof needs replacement now or can it be delayed with little consequence. Also, what are the best options in shingle quality.
Approx 980 square foot roof needs new shingles and I also need new eavestroughs. I want to go up a level in a few years, so I'm not interested in the highest quality shingle out there. My biggest concern is having the roof shingles and eavestroughing installed properly. Also, my budget is limited. I truly need the best price I can get. For a good enough price, I can likely have the garage roof done too. House was built in 1953 but has undergone extensive renos (these are still in progress).
We are looking for someone to come in and replace our existing roof for our car port.
Currently there is poly carbonate on the roof.
And we are looking to replace it with tin/sheet metal?
A -shaped roof.
Our Dimensions are 18 feet wide, 20 feet long, a little over 12 feet high.
There may be some reinforcement of a few pieces of the existing structure needed.
New homeowners looking to have some work done in Highlands area before moving in to our new place.
Not sure about the square footage of the roof, but the interior is ~750 sq ft. There are two chimneys, and the pitch of the roof is unknown but not comparatively steep. The home inspection advises replacing the asphalt roof shingles, as they are nearing the end of their life.
We'd like to book an in-person inspection of the roof leading to an accurate estimate as soon as possible. Ideally, the work will be done some time in the last two weeks of August.
We recently purchased a new (built in 1912) house, and when we did so we knew that the shingles and the eaves would need to be replaced right away followed by some other work. So now we are looking for estimates on the cost of replacing the shingles and eaves on the house and the detached garage. The house is a two story with a high pitch on the front and one dormer. The garage has a very low pitch. The house is 1400 sq. feet for the two floors, so approx. 700 square feet would be roofed. Let me know if you are interested in giving us an estimate.
Replace and reinforce existing 2x4 rafters on west slope upper roof. Shingles and sheathing are to be removed and replaced. I am having this also broke out to be seperately done but being a small area it might be easier to just include it as a separated cost. Replace broken rafter and reinforce others with 2x6 laminated glued and screwed and nailed.
I have noticed black streaks in my bedroom and going down the back stairs at the back of the house.
It also looks like water stains in the front bedroom on the edge of the ceiling on the front of the house.
Possibly someone to come and look at this for me and provide an estimate and see what the issue is.
I have had problems with my skylight the entire time I have lived in my home. It dripped constantly over the winters until I had the shingles replaced. Then it almost stopped for three years. I then had my attic and vaulted ceiling (where the skylight is)
insulated with blown in insulation-firberwall, and now it is worse than it ever was before. (It is worse when the sun beats down on the roof).
I also have a fireplace that is in close proximity to the skylight. It is not used very often, but I don't know if this affects it.
As well, in a room just off this area, I had the insulators attach the bathroom fan to the roof vent, but now it drips constantly over the winter when ther is warmer weather outside, or the sun beating down on the roof. I have washed the area with bleach several times because I am worried about black mold.
As far as the skylight goes, if there is a product out there that would solve my problems,I am open to it. Otherwise, I want the skylight taken out, and my roof patched and shingled. Obviously some insulation will have to be fixed and the ceiling is vaulted with wood on it. I would like a light installed in its place. I have a ceiling fan in close proximity for the wiring if this helps. Now, the other alternative would be to put an alcove (is this what it is called), but I am not sure this is the bestway to go.
I hope I have described my projects well enough. I have had far too many problems with my home, namely, I have had the foundation fixed on the original part of the house, as well as it was waterproofed and a sump pump put in. I really want to fix the issues I have listed because they would make our health better in the home. I will have to look at several solutions, and hopefully we can find something that is not too costly, as I have put so much into this home already.
Removing old and installing new shingles.
I have a 1977, 1250 square foot bungalow.
Low pitch and a very basic roof layout. One "peak" if you can call it that!
I would like to include my detached double garage as well which has a more than basic layout.
I have friends who have had their shingles done in the last few years and have received what I would consider to be a reasonable cost. Most of them with new houses, with numerous peaks and valleys and with ungodly pitches. For this reason I believe I should also be able to receive a reasonable quote to do what I believe to be one of the easier roofing gigs you will get this summer!
Thanking you in advance for your time and quote, TOM
Looking for contractor to build a roof over an existing deck.
House is 8 years old. Walkout basement style. Back side of house faces southwest exposure.
Deck is on main floor, however similair to second floor due to walk out style.
Deck measures approx 12' x 12 '. Extend peaked roof about 120 degrees with 20" overhang.
Need 2 posts/ columns to hold up extension with white california stucco similiar to existing.
Shingled roof, white facia, underside full white sofitting and eaves.
Pictures and exact measurements will be provided upon request.
31 year old bi-level
Dutch hip roof style
House; 28' x 42'
Eave dimensions; 32' x 47'
Attic has r60 insulation
Looking for 'architectural style', shingles
Drip rail required along eaves (roof sheathing had about 1" overhang to provide
'Natural' drip edge (as per original contractor)
1 power attic vent in place.
Want to remove and replace with standard roof vents + whirlybird style
(as per your professional recom)
Want ice-shield installed (self adhesive type) as seen on home reno shows
> your advise welcome on this
I've heard about a roof wrap, similar to tyvek house wrap i believe
Looking for early october time period
Thank you for your time
Remove shingles. Do repairs if necessary, replace flashing, remove top portion of brick chimney. Redo roof where chimney was.install waterproof membrane, water & ice guard. Re shingle roof & if it leaks like the last roofer caused you die! Keep yard neat & tidy using only the lane way for supplies & access. Impeccable cleanup.
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