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Commercial float , salt room and massage studio the space I'm looking at is about 1200sq ft
I need to know how much it will cost me to have 3 float rooms built for floats. Basically it's a room that can fit a float tub the door must be at least 36inch wide the room itself needs to be at least 12 feet long by 8 feet wide with a small shower in the room in each , should be water and sound proof . I can provide example rooms to look at if you need more info about float rooms too. The massage rooms would be 12 x7 and I'd need 3 with a small sink in each. There is one bathroom already on premise with one more bathroom that has no sink no toilet and a small back room which id like to make just a bit bigger. I'd need a reception area approximately 150- 200 sqft and what ever area is left I'd like to use for a himilayian saltroom the walls are himilayian salt bricks with lights behind them and a halogenerator. I need to know if this is at all possible and approximately how much it would cost me. I'd be willing to work out some contract as well for free services or reduced cost services for the right company.
I've added some example photos of the tanks and the salt room I'm speaking of.
I have a bi-level built in the 60`s which requires a complete reno overhaul. I do have majority of the materials; vanities, toilets, tubs, sinks, flooring, lighting, etc. Therefore, the quote will cover labour costs. What I`m looking to reno; two bathrooms, new kitchen, replace the interior doors, adjust new exterior doors, flooring, railing..interested in a bigger job where you can use your creativity and don`t stop until the job is done to the best of your ability then I would like to hear from you. Only those who are professional, experienced, insured and have references need to reply please. I appreciate your consideration, thank you.
We have a crawl space in our 4 level split. The crawl space is filled with vapour barrier and insulation. Due to all the rain we have had we now have water in our basement. Insurance says it is not covered as it is due to seeping. We need the inside to be fixed as the insurance agent says it looks like someone also cut some of the beams and it might be a structural problem. Then we also need a weeping bed done around the house.
-Replace the dropped ceiling in a restaurant kitchen, pantry and 2 bathrooms.
-Re- secure and repair all bathroom partition walls.
-Install new basin cabinet
-replace butcher block table tops
-install cabinet for cash register
I have all the new cabinets and butcher block tops.
I can meet any qualified people at the restaurant for a better look at the job.
The house was built in 1995. There are two parts to the project. One is taking a two bedroom home and converting it into a 3 bedroom. The second bedroom is 3.3x3.35 and there is a walk in closet and linen closet on the other wall (inside) to the bedroom. We would like to convert these two spaces into two bedrooms. So one room would be about 10x 12 and the other about 10x 10. We will need to install a window in the smaller inside room so it can be used as a small bedroom.
The second part is this house has 3 sections of oak railing on the top floor. The kitchen railing is about 5 long, there is a hallway railing about 2.5/3 long and a living room railing is about 3.7 log. We would like these railings removed and half pony walls made of drywall with glass inserts to replace the railings.
We take possesion of the new home on May 25th and are looking to have this done around this time before we move in so we have 2 rooms for our kids and the railings for safety are removed.
We are looking for estimates. Thanks
I have a 1000 sqft basement that needs developing
Will have to do the following
Bedroom, bathroom, storage room, furnace room,rec room,
Basement is bare right now with outer walls insulated and steel studs
All elerical,plumbing drywall and wood work to be done including flooring
1000 sq ft bungalow looking to put new flooring both upstairs and down. Interested in placing a bar in the basement. Looking to put carpet, tile and laminate in the basement and tile and laminate up. open to ideas as well! The home is 1973 and is due for a facelift. home already has previous materials used, job done proir was not well done, tile is cracking and not sealed properly. Light water leakage in basement bedroom.
We are looking for a reliable and trustworthy general contractor. We are new to Sherwood Park and take possesion of our home mid July. We will require all our windows, skylight, and solarium to have the old caulking stripped off and be re-caulked. Also some small masonary repairs needed for exterior brick work where the mortar needs to be refilled.
It is a two story home, built in 1987, approx 2300 sq feet located in Sherwood Park, and we are flexible on contract dates. Looking for completion by late September. If maintenance is completed with quality, proficiency, and reasonably priced could lead to future work.
Also looking for a quote to build a deck, plans to be provided, for completion the following year.
1. Re-do of the garage - strip down to frame (remove drywall and insulation) and put in new insulation and drywall. Potentially fix concrete slab as well.
2. Install fence at the back of the property.
3. Add addition to existing deck and put in railings.
1. Work on flooring (beams, trusses, etc) on a section of the house that may have had water damage and was not fixed correctly.
2. Installing wood paneling on walls.
3. Installing tile and backsplash in the kitchen as well as tile and chair rails in 3 bathrooms.
4. Stripping of stucco on ceiling and installing white wood beams.
5. Installing crown moulding in all rooms except bathrooms and storage rooms.
Buit in 1993 4 level split ... if possible we are thinking we look like to build over the garage so that master bath would be much bigger and a bigger walkin closet.
The kitchen would involve bringing it out towards the back 4 ft by approx 15 ft (bayed out) Peaked so that there would be a window above garden(patio)doors.
We are purchasing a house built in the 1960's with an addition from the 70's roughly 2500 square feet bungalow East of Sherwood Park off of highway 16.
I would like various updates including:
new kitchen cabinets and countertops (approx. 10x10 kitchen- counter top slate or engineered stone)
new flooring on main floor and down stairs to basement (laminate)
new hot water tank (electric?I think)
new metal roof
change gas fireplace insert back to wood burning
may also need
insulation of basement and attic
installation of built in vacuum
just wondering if one contractor can manage all these items and approximately how much to budget?
My common-law and I have recently purchased a second home that we wish to COMPLETELY renovate and update (doing some ourselves) with the help and advice of contractors in various fields. We would like to transform this 1970's home into a modernized and open floored type concept. We believe our biggest challenge to be the kitchen as we require much more space than currently available. Wanting to tear down all current cabinetry, open or remove walls, install and island with cook top and possibly sink. Relocate the fridge etc, meaning plumbing and wiring (currently aluminum) may need to be rerouted or even replaced. We have a beautiful sky light in the center that we will be keeping and like to work around in regards to the range hood. At the moment we are considering a tile floor for the kitchen while hardwood throughout the rest of the house. It is a 3 level split making for a number of stairs and an incomplete 3rd and 4th level. At the moment we wish to concentrate on the main floor and upstairs containing the 3 bedrooms, main and ensuite bath. If this sounds like a project you'd wish to undertake with us please contact us at the given email address. We look forward to meeting with some of you and hopefully finding the right professional combination with the same vision and meticulous attention to detail as us. Thank you for your time!!
I'm looking for someone to give me a quote on a mobile home renovation.
I basically want 550 sqft done with a bathroom, bedroom and small sauna. I'm kind of looking for someone that will allow me to finish off the project. or whatever I can do to make this project a bit cheaper for myself.
1670 square feet. House built in 1976.
Create open concept. Take wall out between kitchen and livingroom
Refinish existing maple cupboards.
Install granite countertops.
Heated Tile flooring to bathrooms
Master bath- shower, vanity, fxtures, toilet
Main bath- jetted tub, toilet, vanity
3rd bathroom- shower, toilet
New closet doors in bedrooms.
Hardwood flooring to 3 bedrooms, kitchen and livingroom
Project will split current single family home into upper and lower rental suites.
Upper level: demo/install 4-pc and 2-pc bathrooms. Demo sunshine ceiling in kitchen. Demo existing stand alone kitchen cabinet. Install eating bar. Repair/refinish ceiling. Install contemporary lighting. Demo/replace existing doors and baseboard. Repair/paint walls as required. Install laminate flooring if/as required.
Lower floor scope: Demo three piece bathroom, replace with four piece. Install economy kitchen. Install new drywall and paint. Install new baseboard and finish. Install laminate flooring. Scope may include supply and installation of new appliances and space saver washer and dryer (upper and lower). Scope may include supply and installation of new or additional hot water heater. Scope may include complete gut and rebuild of interior walls to new configuration. Scope includes obtaining all permits if / as required. Removal of existing washer and dryer. Clean-up and disposal of all construction waste and excess materials. Two car garage on property available for materials storage.
I am looking into renovating my parents estate to live in and redoing the whole top floor. I am looking for approximate values and timelines as we will make our decision to move forward or not after we have an inspector come in in the next 2 weeks but I want to be ready to set up estimate viewings if it checks out.
Here is the info on the house:
1250 sq ft bungalow in Sherwood Park house is built in the 1970's I believe.
What we are looking to have done:
Kitchen - Brand New floors, Island added, all new cabinets, new floors, paint, backsplash, new window (a nice laminate, does not need to be hardwood) that would have to run all the way down the stairs. We do not need custom cabinets, stock cabinets would be just fine. This is the layout of the existing kitchen to avoid moving pipes ect.) I have attached a picture of what I would like for the kitchen but again, high end is not needed.
Living Room - Possible removal of the wall separating kitchen and living room but is not a must (would depend on the price), new windows, new paint and flooring.
2 bedrooms - paint and flooring (possible windows but these are newer so only if they need replacing)
Master Bedroom w/ ensuite - Redone 2 piece ensuite, floors, new patio doors, new paint
Main bathroom - New Floors, paint, bathtub, toilet and vanity (we can get toilets for both bathrooms and tub wholesale from a plumber we know). The picture attached is the layout of our existing bathroom which I would keep but nothing else about this photo would be what I would choose.
Hallways - New paint and flooring
Doors - all interior and exterior replaced
I know this is very rough to go on as you have not seen the property and I understand that this may change once you have seen it but this is a starting point for me before we get the inspection so a timeline and approx. cost based on the info I have given would be great would be great!
Moving into home origionally owned by parents. Needs to be opened up (walls removed) and modernized- new flooring, kitchen, gas fireplace and stove added. master bedroom to have ensuite bathroom. front and back entrances changed, stairs to basement moved, basement renovated. New and larger windows added, basement windows added or enlarged, new siding, roofing. Only addition may be defining the appearance of the front entrance.
- See Attached Pictures
I have an onsuite bathroom above my garage. There was/is a leak from at least the shower and maybe other water sources. The water has gone into the ceiling of the garage and the wall between the house and garage. There are visible water markings and mold on the inside of the house and inside the garage from the onsuite bathroom all the way down to the crawlspace. There is no sitting water that I know of.
This project requires someone who can do everything from demolition through to putting in new structural elements, as well as the most recent code for insulation and fireproofing between garage and house.
Not sure how else to explain it.
I have phoned more than 15 contractors looking for cost estimates and not a single one has provided me with one. The mold seems to continue to grow the longer I wait. As I have toddlers in the house I need this fixed.
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