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We are looking to rip apart our bathroom and do it again. We had a plumbing issue two years ago and my husband has covered it with a board. We would like to take out the vanity sink and put in a pedestal sink, as well we would like to take out the bathtub and replace it with a shower only. We have a window that is in the middle of the shower and would like it to be done right as the flippers who did our house did not. We would like the shower head moved up to 6 feet as the flippers but it in short and my poor husband cant stand up straight. Our bathroom is a 8 x5 in size. We do need to redo the flooring and add a ceiling fan and redo the walls as once again the flippers used all tiles and not a great job to say it nice. We would rip the bathroom apart and want you to come in and put it back together. We may be crazy and hoping to spend under $4000.00 but could be out to lunch. We dont need anything crazy just basic features. We are hoping that we could make a few payments but are looking to the future as well as we have a full basement that needs to be done.
We have waited for three years and we are really needing this to be done and it is to big a job for us to do.
Thanks for your time.
House is built in 1976. Bathroom has crawl space and pipes below. I want to move the toilet and install a shower in the place where the shower is. There is room. It is a long bathroom but narrow 55 inches by 115 inches. I am not looking for anything high end, it will be my teenage son's bathroom.
I have a tiny ensuite with a stand-up shower in a 1974 bungalow. I don't have possession of the home until October 23rd so right now I'm just hoping for a very general (maybe on the high end) quote for the work I want done. I would like to put in a custom shower, preferably one at least 5 feet long, by taking out a closet that is behind the entire bathroom (the closet is located in the hallway off the kitchen). I do not know if plumbing would have to be moved. I don't even know if the renovation is possible. If it is, a custom shower with a seat is the minimum of what I want. Upgrades could include built-in shelving and a steam system. The size of the ensuite at the front (where the sink and toilet are) cannot be changed. It's just the shower that I'm hoping can be resized. I am open to options on materials, etc, because I'm unsure of what can be done in the space.
Thank you for your time.
My wife and I have completely gutted our bathroom. Its a normal, simple bathroom which would need a new bathtub, tile, new faucet and countertop installed. Also, depending on price would hire out painting, baseboard, casing and new door. We have a limited budget and are not looking for major upgrades.
Renovation of small upstairs bathroom (conversion from bathtub to shower, new tile floor to bathroom, new vanity and toilet). Customer will remove and dispose of existing bathtub, toilet, and vanity. Customer will supply contractor with the following: (i) shower base and glass shower door to be installed by contractor, (ii) wall tile for contractor to install in new shower (3 walls), (iii) floor tile for contractor to install in rest of bathroom, (iv) new vanity and sink for contractor to install in location of existing vanity and sink (v) new toilet for contractor to install. Customer will paint walls once work is complete.
Tile damage around the faucet of one bathroom. Tile requires replacement (probably for complete tub area). Regular sized tub. House is 22 years old.
Other bathroom - drywall damage outside tub - water caused. Also some mold around caulking between tub and wall. Not sure how much work would be required.
During a home inspection on a 1996 bungalow it was revealed the tiled wall running the length of the tub has quite a bit of spongy give to it. We could easily push the tiles inward, but there were not signs of the grout chipping or changing colour. This is in the general area of where water would hit during a shower. Our home inspector recommended this be dealt with as soon as possible. Obviously we are going to listen to him. The tiles run around 3 out of 4 sides of the tub, from ceiling down to tub height.
We want the tiles removed, any damage to drywall/studs etc dealt with and either new tiles or a tub surround installed. The wall backs onto the attached garage. Our home inspector also said where there is water, is potential for mould. If there is evidence of mould, we want it cleaned up as well.
We are in the process of purchasing this home, so I can not give specific measurements. While we do not own the home yet, this is a serious request.
Hello, my boyfriend and I are currently doing renos in our house but we would like to contract out for 2 bathrooms and a possible kitchen reno.
Bathroom #1 - Approx. 10' X 5 ' space. Primary wants:
1. Replace shower with a bathtub/shower with the walls tiled around the tub (one wall will be gutted and open to put in the tub, plumbing lines will need to be moved)
2. The toilet is currently next to the sink/vanity. I want it moved next to the new tub (basement space is opened up so plumbing can be moved to do this).
3. I want to save the vanity, but I want a longer slab for the sink counter top to extend over where the toilet is being moved for more counter space (basically wall to wall counter (5')).
4. New tiled floor to go with the tile around the tub.
Bathroom #2 - Approx. 7'X5' space (this bathroom is completely gutted). Primary wants:
1. All fixtures need to be installed (toilet, corner shower, vanity/sink). Some plumbing may need to moved, replaced, fixed (its old). I would like the plumbing leak tested...this should be a basic requirement though I am assuming....
2. Floor needs to be tiled.
Kitchen - i.e. The scary project. One side of the kitchen is great the way it is. I basically want to tear out a 10' wall and replace it with an island and open up the space to the living room. The crappy thing is that the fridge is fitted in the wall that I want torn out and has plumbing for water supply to the fridge.
1. The fridge (and it's water supply) will need to be moved to the other side of the kitchen somehow (someone needs to come see this, I don't think there is very many options).
2. Replace wall with 10' island with cabinet space (granite is not needed, I can go with cheaper material to save cost).
3. Tile Floor - space is approximately 10' X 10'. Again, not picky. I don't need super expensive tile.
Please Note: I am trying to save some money by doing all the drywall, mudding, sanding and painting myself, which I am comfortable doing.
I am also planning on having all the fixtures available in my house to be ready for install when needed. I am hoping to save money on markup prices as well....unless a contractor can offer discounted pricing on stuff like tub, shower, toilet, tiles, counter tops etc, in which case I would order everything through the contractor.
I don't want to cheap out with a contractor, I just want to be smart and try to do some things myself that I am comfortable doing to save some money.
Also, please be advised that I will not work with anyone that does not have WCB coverage... That includes personal coverage for any ownership that conducts work in my house. I will require a WCB clearance letter for your company. If your company hires subcontractors, then then you will act as the prime and they will need their own coverage or fall under your coverage as well. This is something I will not sway on.
I would like to book an appointment for an estimate. Preferably on a weekend or anytime after 5:30 during the week if possible. I can respond to email and text or phone call.
Thank to everyone!!!!
Sam & Chris :)
Make a 2 piece bath and a 4 piece bath into, one 4 piece bathroom, with two entrances.
My 26 year old son suffered a brain injury, Recently, he uses a wheelchair, due to seizures. He is 6 feet tall, my present bath tub is 5 feet long and only 10 inches deep. I will likely need to install a ceiling track for a bath lift. I may need a pocket door or a sliding pocket-style door that slides on the outside of the wall, as his wheelchair does make it through the doorway but there is no room to move once we are in the bathroom. I have a 2 piece en-suite, and on the other side of the wall is the main bathroom with a bath tub shower combination and a toilet and sink. I would like to have one toilet, a longer, deeper, bath tub, one sink, and a shower stall or a hand held shower in the tub. My house is a37 year old,1220 square foot bungalow. I have lived here for 6 years. A renovation to the kitchen, done before I purchased the house, eliminated one of the three main floor bedrooms The main bath is situated in a small hallway in between the two remaining main floor bedrooms. Linoleum flooring for the bathroom renovation is fine, The house isn't high end decor and flooring throughout is hardwood and carpet. There is a 3 piece bathroom in the basement, so only my disabled son will be slightly inconvenienced by a bathroom renovation.
I would like to renovate my upsatirs bathroom. I would like a DEEP soaker tub. I just have a standard tub now and its way to small. I do only have 59 inches in length to go between walls. Want Tile to go around the tub. Same tile on the flooring and new counter and sink as well. So everything would go!!!! Its a townhouse condo, 30 years old.
We need to have the tile that we alredy purchased installed on the backsplash for our kitchen and master bath. We als have a piece to be installed in another bathroom and 2 undermount sinks to be installed in the master bath.
We have been working with a potential contractor since April 2nd to get this work done, and he keeps saying next week, and next week, and 2 months later it is still not done. So here we go again. Please save both you and I time and only respond if your interested and can do the job in the next 2 weeks. The tile in the kitchen is a metal tile, so you need to be able to work with and cut the tile. We do not have any grout, so you will need to match up to our existing grout. We live in St. Albert. My Daughter, my Wife and I thank you in advnace for your help. Please only respond if your primary work is tile work and or bathrooms.
Remove old tub and surround, install new tub and surround. Tub is standard size soaker tub. Tub surround is 5 pieces. Both have been purchased. Need new faucet, not purchased yet. Window on long side of tub. Located on second floor of 1970s townhouse. Tub looks to be original, surround about 5-7 years old. Does not appear to be leaking or have water damage. May also have floor retiled depending on cost. Approximately 6 x 6 feet, vinyl tile in currently, appears to be in good shape.
Kitchen - want to replace existing cabinets, counters and flooring
Pantry - replace existing cabinets and flooring
Half Bath - replace existing vanity and flooring
Currently the flooring is all ceramic tile in these areas.
Kitchen - total area 10ft x 12ft, current cabinets 9 linear ft (with fridge and stove) on one side and 7 1/2 linear ft with dishwasher and sink on the other side. Backsplash approx 16 1/2 linear ft by whatever the distance between the new cabinets and counters are.
Pantry - total area 5ft x 5ft, current 5 linear ft, one half floor to ceiling the other has a base with counter top and an upper cabinet
Half bath - total area - 5ft x 4'7", current 30" vanity
Overall approx 170 sq ft of ceramic tile (without subtracting cabinets) for new flooring, replace cabinets in Kitchen, pantry and vanity in half bath. New counter in kitchen, bath can use existing vanity top as it is new, pantry can probably just be cabinets with no counter required.
Cabinets - do not need anything fancy ($100/ cabinet Home Depot or Ikea basic shakers are fine).
The renovation is in a 1980's townhouse in St Albert.
We would like to have a renovation of our Master Bathroom, I would like Granite or alternative type of Vanity Top. I currently have twin sinks and would like to have the same. We require a new Shower Unit preferablly larger than what we have. We currently have a corner jacuzi bath but will like to change the type to allow for a larger Shower. New Tiles for both floor and walls.
I'm looking to remove a standard sized tub and vinyl surround and replace it with a new tub and tiled surround (up to the ceiling). I'd also like to change out the fixtures at the same time. We plan on moving in the next 12 months so I don't require an expensive renovation. The house was built in the mid 70's and I'm guessing this is the original tub that was resurfaced a few years ago.
We would like to move the tub in our main bathroom to the wall with a window, which currently where the toilet is and then move the toilet to where the bathtub was. We have a 2 wall plumbing set up and we'd be keeping to that just in a different configuration. What would it cost to basically move the toilet plumbing to the other side of the room and the shower plumbing back about a foot?
1982 bungalo requires complete basement make-over. Remove non-professional job done by previous owner. This includes removal of 74" x 74" hot-tub, as well as opening up 2 existing bedrooms to make one large open rec room. Then reno one existing bedroom and bath to make guest room, and reno laundry room to make more functional. Replace all basement carpet, baseboard, doors. Add support posts where needed. repair drywall and drop-ceiling where needed. Lino laundry room and bathroom. Evaluate status of furnace ant hot water heater and potentially replace. also potentially install hot-tub on oustide deck, if it can be re-used after removal. some supplies have already been purchased, ie. Carpet, lino, bathroom vanity and a large credit is available at Home Depot for other supplies required. if possible, open up walls on stairway to give more open, and modern look
NEXT PROJECT: if the basement is done well, and within a reasonable budget, next we will be doing a reno on the main floor, to open up kitchen/dining area, and reface kitchen cabinets, replace all main floor doors with white, and replace all main floor baseboards. also will be adding wall openings, and removing some walls where able, to give more open and modern feel. Would love to be able to open up ceiling to give vaulted ceiling effect if possible. But main floor project will have to follow basement. Basement is first priority.
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