Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Sherwood Park homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 50 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Sherwood Park seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $736,000.00 with a per project average of $14,720.00.
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Customer supplied toilet, vanity, tub, slate, faucet, paint, and mirror.
Remove old tub, toilet, and vanity, install new tub, toilet and vanity, slate floor and tubsuround and backsplash.
Basement plumbed in. Install customer sullied shower, toilet and vanity.
Older home, built in 1962. Tiny bathroom, approx 36 sqft.
Old tub and surround to be removed, new tub to be installed with tiled walls (ceramic 12x12). New shower and faucet to be installed. Vinyl flooring to be removed, tiles to be laid (same as shower wall). Vanity to be removed, new one installed with new faucet. Walls and ceiling to be painted.
I suspect there may be water damage to the sub flooring (feels soft).
Require a contractor to complete a bathroom renovation. Room has already been gutted but requires someone to complete the tile, paint, baseboards, installation of light fixtures and installation of plumbing fixtures (sink, shower, toilet). In addition to install hanging vanity with granite countertop.
I currently have a small 5x7 bathroom and a 5x6 walkin closet next to each other separated by a non-load bearing wall. I want the 5' wide wall removed, the 2 doorways walled up and a new doorway put in the middle of the new 13' long room. The tub and 30" vanity need to come out of the bathroom and the toilet stays where it is. A new jacuzzi tub (which I already have) goes at one end of the new room where the 30" vanity used to be. (Water lines are already there) A new shower base with glass doors (which I already have) is to be installed at the other end of the new room. It will need to be tiled and water lines run approx 8'. Then a new 55" vanity is to be installed between the shower and toilet and water lines tied in. Once the walls have been redone, a new tiled floor will need to be installed. Basically, I have all appliances and need someone to complete the renovation and install them. All electrical is in place.
Remove old tub and surround and install new tub with 12x12 ceramic tiles, new toilet, new 36" vanity, vent bathroom fan to outside. Install new sink/tub faucets and showerhead. Remove old and install new baseboards. Repaint walls.
Would like to start project as soon as possible.
We have purchased a home in Sherwood Park and there are some renovations we would like to explore getting completed:
1. Upgrade current on suite to include a shower
2. Upgrade current basement bathroom to include a shower
I have contractors coming across to the house this coming Friday (the 10'th) - between 14:30 and 16:30 to review the work so a quote for the jobs can be given to me.
Can you tell me if you too could have someone come to the house during is period to review and supply me a quote?
If you could confirm your interest and tell me who will be across and at what time - this would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking to replace the existing shower stall in my master bathroom. The current shower is a corner shower as a standard size. I'm looking to replace the pre-made insert with tile walls, new shower hardware and glass while extending the size an additional foot on one side to provide more room in the stall. I believe this will require custom glass and door fitting as well, I would like to match the existing tile around the jet tub as closely as possible. Contractor will need to be skilled in tiling, glass work and plumbing as well as provide advice and options for design.
right sided bathtub (I think) right side faces wall, left side away from wall. 40 Litre. 40 litre Water Heater - Elecetric. As well, 1 pinhole leak in pipe behind toilet area that requires fixing, should be accessable once old tub is removed. Current heater and bathtub are 20 litre, so will likely be some adjustment on the rain piping under the bathtub due to the new depth of the desired new tub.
Not looking for fancy, just wanta bigger bathtub witha heater that will fill it. I have priced the tubs and heatrs and am aware of the pricing out there, so my main concern is the labour to stay within budget. I am in a Mobile Home.
2 bedrooms; 10x12; needs flooring, window, closet doors and walls finished. All drywall already up; painting will also be needed. Bathroom; 6x10; needs flooring, walls - including drywall, plumbing, vanity and toilet installed as well as shower. The rest of the floor is already finished.
Located in Sherwood Park, AB.
Water lines moved in shower because drain on right side. Complete putting shower hardware in with shower enclosure kit. Complete floor with tile or laminate. Install toilet and sink vanity. Install vent because electrical done. Lastly, roof brackets to put tiles on ceiling. Small bathroom just to note.
Cut out plastic tub
Trim tiles to fit
Install electrical circuit, will need to open 2-3 walls to run curcuit
Create access panel in hallway to access mechanicals
Add trim tile, calk and seal
Close up walls, tape and mud
Owner will paint after.
Install 220V circuit into garage (4 Foot Pull)
Lots of panel electrical capacity
Panel is in basement, tub on 2nd floor
Townhouse - Cover Property Complex
Budget pricing for main bath reno (new tub/shower, toilet with enclosure, vanity and sink, electical and minor framing) and master bath reno (expand to adjacent room, new tub, tiled shower, enclosed toilet, double sink vanity, new plumbing and electrical run to basement). Concept has been drawn out on existing floorplan and will be provided for quotation.
We have an approx 1000 sq ft basement that was damaged by water (not major mostly just wet rugs) in July of this year. Restoration contractor has removed carpets, walls (24" level), gutted bathroom etc so we would like an estimate for completion as could take forever through them! We also have a 3 piece ensuite, and main bath (4 piece) on main floor we would like to reno. Have cabinets, sinks, toilet and granite purchased for those.
Third project is we would also like to replace our hot water tank as it is original to house (1992) and is starting to lose heating capacity.
We have a very large shower tiled with natural slate on bottom and up sides. It appears that water is penetrating the grout and may be causing moisture to occur behind the tile. We cannot remove and rebuild/re-tile the entire shower as it has custom glass doors and the entire floor of the bathroom has the same slate tile. Not feasible to re-do the entire shower as it would be $10 000. Need someone to carefully remove the bottom 2' of tile. Potentially replace the moisture proof drywall and replace the tile.
What I need is someone to come to our home. Obviously we have a water leak in our 2nd story which has now showing with water stain on main floor den. Some stipple fell off the other day so I think it needs to be addressed sooner than later. Probably the ceiling will need to be cut out to see where the water is coming from and then ceiling repaired properly. Would like a contractor with references please.
Project 1) Remove and replace a shower stall, remove and replace the vinyl flooring in the bathroom, remove and replace the vanity with a cabinet and marble or similar material top, ( we have the sink ), paint the bathroom,
Project 2) I believe that the existing deck paint/stain will have to be removed and then stain or paint applied.
The decks are tiered and square footage is approximately 700 square feet.
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