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I have an 800 Sq/ft basement. Studs and insulation are on the external walls, bathroom is pipes are roughed in. I'm looking to box in a utility area around the breaker box and furnace, install a three piece bathroom, two bedrooms with closets, a living room area with small wet bar, and the staircase finished with carpet, moulding etc.. I don't need premium products but would like it to last, so 5/8 drywall, decent tile in the bathroom etc. The ceiling will need potlights since it is a little low. A shower may present problems since a duct runs right over where it would ideally go.
If budget allows, I would like a gas line run under the kitchen above before the ceiling goes in. I would like a second sump pump installed, just in case, an on-demand hot water heater for the bathroom and possibly a gas fireplace or secondary means of heating the basement if the furnace goes down. I'm hoping to get this done for around $35,000 but there is scope to go up. I will need plans drawn up so that an appraisal can be conducted based on improvements, then I can get financing. This should not be a problem, I work for a financial institution. The house was built in 2010 and we have owned it since new. Am hoping to have work completed by Christmas but, again, this is flexible.
I have a partially finished basement, roughed in for plumbing. I would like to finish it with a 2-3 piece bathroom with areas for bedroom and living area. I would like hardwood for the flooring and electrical throughout (currently only on one wall). There have been no renovations to the basement since the house was built in 2007I have not measured the basement, but it is a two storey house measuring 1900 sq feet in total if that helps. The house is in Spruce Grove.
My house is a 1350 sq ft bungalo, with a bedroom already in the basement... so I am looking at having about 1000 sq ft done. 1979 ..... ductwork, wiring and bathroom pipes are already in place... I may move the laundry into the furnace room, or change the layout to enclose it....
Framing, drywall, plastering and finishing of unfinished portion of basement, including ceiling. Painting and electrical by Owner. One heating vent difusser to connect to existing duct required. Most of framing is complete, half of the drywall is complete. Replace/repair exisitng framing as required if necessary. Work is adjacent to existing bedrooms and bathroom, which will remain in use. Approx 300 sq. ft. area.
unfinished basement - house built 2002 - metal stud construction
are needing framing (one bedroom, one bathroom wall, and framing in of utility room and ducting), drywall installation and mudding/taping, knock-down ceiling, flooring, water lines run for bathroom (roughed in only at this stage) completion of bathroom (toilet, sink, shower stall)
no electrical needed
looking at carpet for most of flooring, and tile or lino in bathroom
Egress 2 windows, remove 2 piece bathroom build and install 3 piece build walls for 2 bedrooms, move washer and dryer hookups..plumbing required is small shower drain is roughed in all other plumbing for bathroom is there and working washer will need to tied in to sewage and pipe is close by elictrical is required.
We like to put a bedroom, bathroom and sitting area. To install plug ins, lights, (proper lighting in all areas and plug ins). A complete bathroom with a shower shower stall and fan. Proper heating ventilation to the bathroom, bedroom and sitting area. Carpet and underlay installation for bedroom and sitting area. Tile for bathroom floor (heated floor under, if not to expensive). We live in Spruce Grove.
I've already sent out a request previously. I forgot to mention that we also decided that, a sliding door to separate the bedroom. There will be 2 boys sharing the room. The room will be long. A door will also be installed separating the bedroom and sitting area. Our budget is $5000.-$10000.
I have some work to be done to bring my basement suite up to code as a rental property. I require 220V for stove, plumbing for sink, plumbing for upstairs laundry, door framed for upper suite, finish laundry/furnace room drywall, vent basement bathroom ceiling, vent for stove, small other odds and ends as needed.
2007 built home
Framing to be complete by homeowner. Basement will have 1 bedroom, storage/furnace room, living room, laudry area and bathroom. Area approx. 700 sq. ft.
Needed is as follows,
3. drywall, mud and tape
I am looking for an online estimate to see where the price is at may have further on site accurate estimate at a later date.
Thanks for you time.
We would like to have a new bathroom installed in our basement. There is roughed in plumbing in place. In addition to finished walls, a door, floor and ceiling, we would like the bathroom to include a fairly large shower, a toilet , a 36" vanity/sink, a fan, a light, and one electrical outlet safe for bathrooms. A pocket door would be nice for this space but is not essential. Currently this space is completely empty. Our house is approximately 16 years old with the outer wall of the basement insulated and framed with a vapor barrier. The shape would be irregular with one side being larger than other. The largest side of the bathroom (the backside, approx. 8 feet) would be against the outer part of the basement wall with the second largest side (the left side, approx. 6 feet) being against a framed wall that is not dry walled. The right side would be approx. 3.5 feet and the front side would have the door (pocket door if possible).
Another project which we might consider doing at the same time is framing and dry walling (complete with ceiling), a portion of the basement. This area would include the stairs area, and three doors leading to storage areas. The approximate size of this area (not including the stairs, which is U-shaped) would be about 200 square feet with part of it being the outer walls of the bathroom. The actual framing and dry walling (including the 3 door areas) would be less than 30' in total. This area does NOT need to be painted or finished, nor does it need flooring.
Could you please provide separate estimates for each project. Thank you.
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