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In total, TrustedPros has received 89 Tiling projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Tiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $438,500.00 with a per project average of $4,926.00.
Hi, need a 6'x7' area covered in tile over existing linoleum, I have the tile, glue and grout from HomeDepot, toilet flange (they said), etc. I'm tired of waiting for grades who cancel, if you can't then its OK.
Sincerely tired of trying, S Muric
Ps we have other work, but a tradesman said its too many piddly things (install new shower faucet, hang curtain rod bracket that fell, hang new shelf above bed, etc) maybe it's true, instead we will ask just one task at a time, ridiculous, maybe it's my wheelchair, don't know.
We're upgrading our little house!
Our twelve year old home in Millwoods is in need of some upgrades. We'd welcome all professional opinions and estimates. Let us know if you need to come over to provide a quote and we'll set up a time.
We've selected two projects for this season.
PART ONE - Bathroom
We're updating our master bathroom. Due to a cracked plastic tub surround, we had some water damaged drywall in a bathroom. This is the perfect opportunity to renovate! We'd like to replace the tub, toilet, vanity, faucets, mirrors, lights and accessories, as well as finish the tub surround in a tile that's modern and masculine. We're almost done the demolition part of this project ourselves - the damaged drywall has been cut out, the tub has been removed and the toilet, vanity and mirror will be gone this week. We'll leave the light fixtures in for a professional. This project will include modifying the tub plumbing, installing the bathtub, shower head and faucet, toilet, sink and faucet, mirror, light fixtures and accessories (including shelves) as well as hanging new drywall and tiling the tub surround and paint touchups as required.
PART TWO - Flooring
We're upgrading some flooring. We've decided to replace our old vinyl and carpet with a more durable, easy-care ceramic tile. The areas to be tiled include: front entrance, laundry room, three bathrooms (including the one mentioned above), one flight of stairs, one landing, one set of stairs, one hallway and two bedrooms (this includes two closets and two linen closets). We've estimated the tiled area to be approximately 1,000 sq ft. The stairs will only be tiled on top, as we'd like the sides and backs painted to match the rest of the house. This project will include all aspects of laying the new floor including re-attaching the baseboards, painting the sides and backs of the stairs and paint touchups as required. We're willing to help by removing the baseboards and old flooring if this assists with the cost or timing of the project.
We'd also like a matching backsplash installed in the kitchen to co-ordinate with this new tile floor.
CONTRACT, TIME AND MATERIALS
We'd like both parts to be started and completed as soon as possible. Ideally we'd like the same contractor for both projects as the bathroom is included in the flooring. We want someone with WCB coverage, insurance and a warranty/guarantee for peace of mind.
We haven't selected all the materials yet (I'm still looking at floor tile samples). If you have a contractor's discount somewhere for purchasing materials, please let us know! We can advise you of our selections or provide materials as needed.
Our home is pet-friendly (cats and dogs). They're all gentle and can be corralled out of your way.
We live in a small gated community and parking is limited. We have room for one vehicle. If you need more space than that, please let us know in advance so we can make arrangements.
Smokers are welcome in our attached garage.
Contractor must be familiar with and willing to use Starquartz Grout and I have 13" tiles.
TILED TUB SUROUND (standard size tub): the ceiling is vaulted - the wall is 8' high at one end and 8 1/2' high at the other. At about shower head height I would like a band of two rows of 2" tiles (they are already in strips of 2 tiles by 12 tiles) with 1/2" cut slices of the 13" tile above and below the 2" tiles.
TILED CORNER TUB DECK: The tub shape looks like the map of Alberta... 26" at the south end, 42" at the north end, 5' along the Saskatchewan border and the BC border faces out. I need the 26", 42" and 5' suround walls tiled up about 18" (1 1/2 tiles). and the open side skirt needs to be tiled about 20" from the floor to the top of the deck (again, about 1 1/2 tiles high). It is a drop in tub and the surface of the tub deck extends approx 2" around all the sides except the 26" end where the deck extends and extra 11".
Hoping ot have the work completed within the next 3 weeks.
We have a tiled shower which was done about 2 years ago. The grout has discoloured terribly, is cracking and needs to be replaced primarily around the bottom half of shower. There are also some tiles that need to be replaced. The shower is in relatively good shape with the exception of grout some re tiling.
We're finishing the basement in our 3-year-old home and require an expert tile-layer to tackle the bathroom for us. The tiles are already purchased and onsite and all of the advance work will be done - the room will be tile-ready.
The bathroom is a 10' x 11' room on a cement base. The floor will be tiled, as will the bottom 4' of the walls (to be capped with a tiled chair rail). The bathroom also includes a shower that will be tiled floor to ceiling.
The site is available for inspection at any time. Feel free to email for additional info or to arrange a site viewing.
Remove old tiles or add on above existing tiles to allow use of shower. Tiles now go approx 22" above tub on wall. There is a wood medicine cabinet on one wall that is directly below shower head, It would have to be removed, wall repaired to allow for tiles. This cabinet has a wood frame and door on outside and the inside of the cabinet is set into the wall. Walls are in good shape as no water has been sprayed on them and are made of plaster.
Looking for someone that can do tiling around the shower and the floor in a newly renovated bathroom.
We will have all tile and other supplies
Looking for someone to work evenings (preferably) but are flexible.
Date required is October 8 (tuesday) or 9 (wednesday)
Floor dimensions are:
60 inches wide x 74 inches long
Shower area dimensions are (if facing the tub):
Back: 70 inches tall by 60 inches wide
Left and Right: 70 inches tall x 31 inches wide
I am looking to tile my new basement bathroom and standing shower. Standing shower has dense board installed and will need to be tiled on three sides + bathroom floor will be tiled. Total sq ft to be tiled in bathroom is 120 sq ft. I also have a bar in basement and looking to get that floor tiled too. approximate area for bar floor is 45 sq ft. Please provide me quotes per sq ft of tile installed.
I'm renovating a bathroom and would like to hire a professional tile setter to install tiles around the countertop and in the tub\shower surround. I have purchased the tiles but need the advice of a professional on how to finish the edges because the tiles do not have a bullnose option. Perhaps a pencil tile or Schluter edge? I would like 1/8 inch tile spacing and just one row of tiles around the countertop.
We would like the following done on a townhome in Mill Woods:
1. Re-tile bathtub wall tiles
2. Remove and re-tile landing, toilet and bathroom floor tiles; also looking at replacing a new sink/vanity for toilet.
We have the tiles and would like a free estimate to complete the job. If you can please phone for John between 5 pm and 8 pm only, to arrange an appointment. Thanks.
Installing a brand new bathroom in the basement of my personal residence.
-Plumbing and electrical is roughed in, walls are framed- No drywall or cement board in place.
-Scope of work:
i) Construct a shower base (preferably without curb) and tile walls, approx. 6ft (L) x 4.5ft (W) x 7ft (H). Two niches desired.
ii) Install bathroom floor tile approx. 50 sqft.
-Open to design collaboration and ideas.
-Supply of material by contractor preferred but not hard requirement.
Repair ceramic tile where the in floor heating (concrete) meets the forced air floor (wood) there is difference in height of the floor that all must be taken into consideration. Also, want to buff and polish existing hard wood floors and get a quote on adding some new hard wood flooring to other parts of the house.
I have two studio condos downtown Edmonton. Both have laminate in the entrance/kitchen. I need approximately 200 sq. ft. of tile in each unit. Installation is over existing concrete (chirrazo) spelling??) Tile install only. I will purchase the tile and I will remove existing laminate and move existing islands/peninsulas. Each unit will require two different styles of tile. Entrance different from the rest.
My shower was leaking and water ran on the the tiled bathroom floor for a couple of months before I discovered where it was coming from. The water wet the board under the tile and lifted about 4 of the tiles, so I need someone to lift them and reglue and regrout them. I was able to get 2 off, but the glue is rock hard and I don't know how to remove it to reglue them. So I hope there is someone willing to take on this small job, as it is a big issue for me right in the middle of my bathroom floor.
We have a one bedroom condo, 760 square feet, that was built in 2006. We would please like an estimate for two projects:
i) Our kitchen counter is made of arborite (dark in colour) and is showing many signs of wear and tear and even damage from cuts and burn marks. The entire kitchen is 9' 6" by 12' 2" and the countertop measures *approximately* 55 square feet. We are interested in receiving an estimate to replace this.
ii) We also have a 81 square foot balcony in which the floor is comprised of a vinyl-type material (as, for example, a cigarette burn will do permanent damage). We are also looking for a rough estimate on how much it would be to replace this flooring.
We are in need of an install to be completed on our kitchen. The measurements are 16x12.5 feet. The floor is uneven due to lack of previous flooring laid where cabinets were. There will be no cabinets, baseboards, or furniture at the time of the install. We are looking for an install to be completed ASAP.
We have a large Kitchen/ Back Entrance/ Bathroom area (approx. 300 sq. ft.) in our 11 year old house that needs to have the linoleum ripped up and replaced with ceramic tile. We'd also like to have the front entrance (approx. 10 sq. ft) done at the same time. Both areas will have the existing baseboards removed prior to installation.
You rip out vinyl and screw in the floor on the main level hall, bathroom, living, dining and kitchen areas
You supply and install 3/8" subfloor and screw in on rear entry and stairs
You supply and install vinyl stair nosings - 3 lengths, and tile edging - 1 length
You install tile on stairs
You install tiles on main level hall, bathroom, dinning and kitchen areas and rear entry
You install tiles on toe kicks in kitchen and bathroom
I will supply mortar and grout
I will supply 12" x 24" or 6" x 24" tiles
I have a roughed-in bathroom in my basement that we would like to finish. My house was built in 1994. While we finish that bathroom, we would like to replace the linoleum in our kitchen, entryway, and two upstairs bathrooms to match the flooring that will go in the downstairs bathroom. We are thinking of using the vinyl flooring that looks like tile/stone.
In the bathroom, we want a sink and toilet (obviously), and at least a shower stall, but we may have enough room for a bathtub as well. We are open to suggestions as to the best materials to use.
I realize that you will probably need to come see the spaces so that you can provide an accurate estimate; this shouldn't be a problem.
Would like quartz tile (6x24" tiles already chosen from Home Depot) to be put up above a 3-sided fireplace up to the ceiling.
- 71 square feet
- It is in a condo unit. There is a balcony where tile can be cut, and an elevator. No disposal or take-down of previous tile needed.
- looking for quote on labor cost; we will buy tile
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