Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Spruce Grove homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 18 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Spruce Grove seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $231,500.00 with a per project average of $12,861.00.
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The bathroom size is approx. 9' x 5'-6".
Replacing a 5' shower with a corner unit with angle or rounded door and shelves. The shower drain and fixtures will not change location although the fixtures will be changed.
Tile around bathroom approx 3' high on all walls except in shower where needs to be completely waterproof.
New vanity. Sink and counter included. Want more drawers. The plumbing for the sink will not change.
New tile floor.
Our bathroom currently has a jet tub. We need a shower installed as there isn't one currently. The floor is lino, we need it replaced with granite tiles. We would like the wall where the shower will be to be tiled as well as the current tiles around the tub removed and replaced with new tiles. We will paint the walls ourselves. A new vanity needs to be installed, as well as new toilet. All old items will be removed by us.
Older farmhouse circa 1937
This is our only bathroom which is approximately 4' x7' (this includes the space where the bathtub sits), so it is a very tiny room. We want to have most of the dry wall replaced in the bathroom as we have had water damage to the walls behind the bath enclosure and on wall surfaces due to inadequate moisture venting in this tiny space. We have purchased a new bathtub and would like new fixures also installed on both the tub and sink. We would also like a large portion of the room tiled on the walls and ceilings, especially surrounding the bath enclosure. Also, we are considering having the sink area replaced completely as there is only a tiny pedestal sink there now with no surrounding counter or cabinet. The key factor in this renovation will DEFINITELY be a timely and rapid completion as this is our only household bathroom and we live on a farm. We do have a vacation trailer which has a small bathroom in it that can be used for a short period of time while this renovation takes place. We would like the work to begin at the beginning of July while I am off work from teaching for the summer. It is not a complicated renovation, but we are willing to pay well for very high quality workmanship and are not interested in quickie fixups.
Hi there. I live in a 1977 mobile home and had a leak in my hotwater tank that went under my bathroom floor. To avoid the risk of mold growing I started what I thought would be a minor bathroom reno. We removed eveything and discovered that the previous owners had had a bad leak and rather than fix it, they simply covered it up with a new floor. Upon demo, I found rotten floor and ceiling joists. I am in way over my head here and really need some help as I dont know where to go from here.
Move sinks from one area to another.
Install tile shower.
Install tile around existing clawfoot tub.
Install towel rods.
Install second GFI plug.
Offer suggestions for how to best use space.
Remove clawfoot tub and replaced with standard shower/tub
Relocate GIF plug.
Install towel rods.
Install bathroom in roughed in bathroom in basement (sink, toilet, shower, shelving, plugs, towel racks, walls, floor, ceiling).
** these can be done in stages. Bathrooms 1&2 are urgent. **
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