Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Windows and Doors projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 95 Windows and Doors projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Windows and Doors Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $824,500.00 with a per project average of $8,678.00.
I am looking to have 4 basement windows cut into my basement. 2 of these will be enlarging existing windows -- from about 3 feet by two feet, and making them about 3 feet by 4 feet.
The other two windows will be new windows -- 3 feet by 4 feet.
I am looking to get a quote with everything included except hauling away the concrete -- so cutting, installing support where needed, installation of new windows, and the windows themselves.
Thanks so much,
Two basement windows need size expansion to bring to the code. Current size fro each window is 1 feet high * 3 feet wide (including aluminium casing). Therefore, will require some concrete cutting as well to increase the size (particularly in height). House is bunglow, 1979 build, finished basement. Joist run parallel to the window.
The primary scope of work is to cut 2 basement windows from existing size to a 30x54 inch. Installation of high quality window would be prefered. Windows must havet the ability to allow 4ft sheets after window's installed.
Depending on cost the following may be requested.
1) Modify basement walls and build a bedroom with closet.
2) Install bathroom, modifications to rough-in may be required.
Work is preferred to start by end of March 2009.
I have a bathroom window that is leaking terribly and needs to come out - rotting away actually.... not sure if from the window or from the roof ?? I have a flat tar roof and maybe something up there is happening!? A door below (floor below said bathroom) is also very hard to open and close as must be from leak above!? Not sure if leak is in between walls either!? I don't know what to do or who to contact etc. ......... I need someone who knows lots about everything so to speak and won't rip me off either!? HELP!! I'm also off work this next week and was hoping I could have it looked at and possibly even fixed or a plan in place anyhow in that time...... Should I be looking for a window person first , then possibly a roof person.... or is there someone that could do both!??
I am looking to have a bay window on the back of my house repaired. Parts of the exterior sills and framing have got wet and rotted. The underframing has also had water get into it and would need to be rebuilt and insulated. The interior woodwork seems to be in good condition, but the seals on the casement windows need replacing. The window is 6' tall with a 2' frame underneath it. It is about 6'6" wide. The largest piece of glass is 3'5" wide. with two casement windows on either side. The window is very easy to access. The window was likely built in the mid 1980's when an extension was added to the back of the house. I would rather renovate the window than replace it with a full vinyl window, although I would like to get a wrapped sill installed. I would appreciate an estimate on what the repairs would cost.
Thanks very much
I am looking to replace an existing window, approximately 6' by 6', in my kitchen with a bay window which would allow for built-in seating and storage benches. Looking for a qualified professional to provide a quote. This will be part of a larger project in which all the windows in the home are being replaced.
Retail medical supply company in the Edmonton requires;
Remove an existing 9' 8" non-load bearing wall, reposition 7' and recreate. Add an additional perpendicular 17.5" foot wall to include 2 x 4'x3' windows and 36" entrance door.
Price should include demolition, removal of all debris and installation of all new material. Since we will continue to operate our busy retail operation during this construction phase, care and diligence must be taken into consideration so as not to disrupt our customers or staff.
I have a house with an old side door, 28" X78" in size.
I would like a larger door installed, at least 32' wide. I believe the basement is concrete block, so about two feet at the top of the basement wall would have to be widened to fit the new door, as well as new framing and taller header.
I'm looking for a finishing install quote for a 3608sq ft (total) duplex. To be finished with #90628 5-1/4" paint grade mdf, #450 1-1/2"x4-1/2" headers and #3248 2-3/8" rakes on all doors & windows
34 doors, to be per- hung riverside style with 3 satin nickel hinges (4 doors to be french with clear glass)
16 windows largest size 107 x60"
I'm looking for someone to design an exterior door leading from my basement to my backyard in my bi-level home following the city of Edmonton permit requirements. The door will be installed below an uncovered deck, so minimal load from above. I'm looking for a price range to add to my budget to proceed with work.
I require an estimate for vinyl cladding for all the wood windows in a 1500 sq ft side-by-side duplex, colour white, built in 1988-89. The exterior wood trim and caulking is in reasonable shape and would probably require only some sanding in some places by way of remediation before installation. The next-door neigbour had their identical unit done several years ago, and the installation presented no problems. There is an outside door, double garage doors, patio door, plus an awning window, several crank-outs and several fixed windows.
We have a condo complex consisting of 50 units build in the mid seventies. Above and bellow each windows there is a 6-8 inch wide 1/2" plywood plate covering the width of the window. They are painted. Some of these plates are deteriated and allowing moister into the walls causing problems.
We need an inspection and a quote for changing all these plates on each window on every condo.
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I have 24 windows with exterior wood trim that I would like to have covered with vinyl or aluminum cladding. The windows are of varying sizes, styles and types (fixed, casement, sliding, patio door, etc.), but all are original windows in a house built in 1988. The windows do not need replacement; all I want is for the exterior wood trim to clad in a maintenance-free material. The Double Snap Trim product at www.doublesnaptrim.com is an example of what I am looking for, but I am not wedded to that particular product.
The windows' trim is currently long overdue for scraping and painting. If the cladding product requires adhesive attachment, there may be preliminary remediation required. Also, I will need to know whether this project can proceed soon enough to scrape and paint all the windows this summer if cladding is not within my budget.
I don't have a set budget for the project, but if it proves too expensive I may not proceed at this time. That said, this is a serious request for proposals/estimates.
We have a french garden door to have installed. There is an existing window that needs to be removed first.
We need an installer who is extremely experienced and who has excellent references. Must have WCB, liability insurance, and a valid city of Edmonton business license.
We want a detailed quote which represents exactly whilly our company will be using for materials and what you will be doing to complete our project.
Please contact me to arrange a time to come by! Note: We need the door installed next week, if possible.
We have a garden door that we purchased from Rona three weeks ago and it just arrived today. Rona was just too expensive to hire for this installation so now we are looking for an installer who specializes in this form of work. You must have WCB, Liability Insurance and a valid City of Edmonton Business License.
Please contact us at your earliest convenience as we would like to, hopefully, install right away.
Thanks so much!
Cindy & Dan
The Patio Door was installed upon enlarging an existing window opening.
The existing lintel was not changed to fit new patio door. Trimmer Stud on one side was not installed.
The opening is 60 by 81 1/4
Required Lintel is to be made of two 2x6
Required Trimmer Stud is to be made of 2x4
Work to be done
1. Remove Casing
2. Remove Patio Door
3. Replace Existing Lintel with correctly sized one
4. Install Trimmer Stud to support the Lintel
5. Re-Install Patio Door
1974 old home needs 2 basement windows ASAP!
You would have to cut through concrete foundation to create the windows. Most likely, you'll need to add window wells, too. Basement windows are needed as soon as possible under limited budget. If you're up to the challenge, please contact me soon. Depending on this project's outcome, future projects might be contracted as well.
We are looking to install a new door in the second floor landing of our office stairwell in order to access the roof of our warehouse.
The wall is a fire wall, so it is of cinder block construction, with steel cladding on the outside and drywall on the inside.
Please contact me if you are interested in having a look at the facility in order to provide a quote.
I've purchased two prehung exterior doors and screen doors. i need someone to install the doors, hardware and replace the trim.
I also need to replace a hollow interior door. I've purchased the replacement door; it's identical to the original (the original was installed last year).
This is an older mobile home. There are several problem areas that have been identified with water penetration problems. There are also 5 windows that will be replaced as part of this repair. There is water penetration to the interior walls and it would not be a surprise to find mold. We need someone to repair the damage and install new windows.
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