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We recently bought a house (8 years old) and the master bedroom is on the mainfloor...we want to convert a large (24*x13') room upstairs into the master. There is currently a bathroom upstairs so hopefully the water can be tied into it for the new bathroom. Wanting to get some pricing ideas!
Small Galley kitchen/laundry combo:
...cabinets and counters
...Counter extended to go over washer and dryer to create a laundry folding area with cabinets
...remove tub put in standing shower
...new toilet and small sink/counter
...install/construct small towel cabinet
We need some reno done in our bathroom. Work that needs completion
1. Washer/Dryer installed-pipes in place and electrical work done
2. shower stall installation- material bought
3. Tile work- tiles and grout bought- Tiling on floors and walls to be done
4. painting- primer and painting bought
5. counter and vanity- sink bought- counter tops to be selected-laminate preferred
We had hired someone but feel he has no idea what he is doing.it has already been 4 weeks and there is no completion. The guy was recommended by a friend but has proved unprofessional. Unlicensed.
This is our first experience at renovation.
We would like professional advise and and would like a pro to complete the work.
Pleas let us know if that is possible.
We are based in Abbotsford.
Older, 35+ year home. Wall-mounted toilet has come off the wall. I would like to know if this can be changed to install a floor-toilet. There is a plumbed-in existing bathroom in the basement directly below. I need to know the cost of this change. If I decide to go ahead instead of having the wall-mounted one re-mounted, it will tie in with new flooring and a wall repair also. So this is step one in starting this reno.
Wish to remove tub in powder room and replace with accessible shower enclosure. Enclosure to include bench with custom height and hand held shower adjacent. Overhead shower at opposite end to remain. Grab bars to be installed and all bathroom fixtures to match. New flooring and possible arborite as well as bathroom light fixture. Repainting as necessary. All waste materials to be removed.
One full bath, one ensuite, both in original 70's beauty! Would like new toilet, sink and moulded tub in main bathroom, new counter/cabinet, lighting and flooring need. Have a stackable washer/dryer outside the bathroom that I would like turned around into the bathroom. Ensuite needs new counter/cabinet and flooring (Sink and toilet from main bathroom might be able to be reused in ensuite).
Main bathroom is only shower/tub area, so this part of the project would have to be completed in 1 to 2 days preferably. I only plan on being in this house for another 3 years before selling, so I want the upgrade to be appealing to others, cost effective and to suit the rest of the house.
the master bathroom's shower stall has cracked tiles and there is water between the tiles and the drywall. the entire stall needs the tiles to be taken off and the drywall removed where necessary. then drywall needs to be replaced and the tiles put up and sealed.
also the shower door rubber piece needs to be replaced.
also the toilet tank needs new insides
also the floor in that bathroom needs to be ripped up and new flooring (preferably tile laminate) put down.
this is a condo in a 4 storey low-rise, about 15yrs old. Square footage of the bathroom is less than 50 sqft. approximately.
I have 2 bathrooms that need a bit of work.
There has been minor water leakage in the shower tile soapdish in the ensuite. It needs to be addressed and repaired or replaced. The bathroom could also use a new vanity.
The main bath has a tiled shower stall with a poly-type base, which creaks when stepped on, and sliding glass doors that constantly come off the track, so these things need addressing. I would also like a new vanity in that bathroom as well. I would also like to consider installing a higher toilet.
In addition to the bathrooms, I need a new kitchen faucet installed.
We have two bathrooms that need renovations, main and master. Small bathrooms that only need demolition of tile showers and floors, minor plumbing in one bathroom and retiling on both.
We are going to pick up the tile and new vanities for both bathrooms so it will be mostly demolition and reinstallation.
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in the job.
Our house is located on East Abbotsford, I will give you address and details after you contact me.
We have an existing 32" x 32" older, low cost shower stall and the kids have broken the shower head from the pipe on the wall. We are the home owner and we were quoted on this job a couple of years ago but decided to wait. We'd like to replace this unit with a 36" x 36" shower stall kit, either round or neo angle, with shower walls, shelf unit and a new shower head (possibly a combo shower head, nozzle unit). The drain would have to be relocated and replaced. There is room to install a 38" x 38" but we like the space in the bathroom. This is a second, downstairs bathroom so it won't be a luxury budget but it should be strong enough to handle two teenagers. I've assumed that for time and materials this would be the most cost effective way to do it - if tiling the walls and pouring a new concrete base would be equally effective, we're flexible on your ideas. It's an older home (1972) so the walls aren't straight and may not be a good option to tile.
-Removal/disposal of existing bathtub.
-Remove and dispose of existing toilet.
-Remove and dispose of existing bathroom vanity/sink/ faucet/ mirror
-Remove/ reinstall door frames and trim as required to get new tub into bathroom- caulk and paint to match existing finish
-30€ x 51€ walk-in bathtub: with inward swing hip style door 16 jet air therapy system. Budget: $6000 (we will supply this)
-New 17€ comfort height elongated toilet
-New 48€ White bathroom Vanity, Solid Surface Counter, -Undermount sink and ADA faucet, matching mirror
-2- 24€ Grab Bars
-120 sq ft of Mid Grade Vinyl Flooring
- Aquatile or similar white tile board over existing bath/shower tile. approx. 44 sq ft
-Refit supply and waste lines as required for reverse plumb tub installation. All work to meet local building code requirements.
-Install new 15A GFCI receptacle for pump. All work to meet local building code requirements.
-Patch and repair substrate behind old tub removal as required.
-Install white Aquatile tileboard over existing tile tub surround.
-Install Fiberglass tub extension panels as required.
-Level, caulk and test all functionality to ensure a professional, water-tight installation.
-Install 2 new Chrome grab bars per client in bathing area
-Installation of new raised sink and ADA compliant single lever faucet
-Install new non slip, contrasting vinyl flooring
-Install new 17€ comfort height toilet.
-Patch, repair and painting of ceiling, walls and door as required
-Relocation and installation of new towel bar and toilet paper accessories due to tub/ toilet change (as required)
-Installation of new ceiling or wall mount light fixture design and finish to be confirmed.
Cleanup: Job site to be left clean and ready for immediate use by homeowner.
This quote should not include remediation of mold or rot as a result of past/existing plumbing leaks. Any serious issues will be billed out separately.
We wish to change our 2nd and 3rd bedrooms into a master bedroom with ensuite. This ensuite has to include a wheel-in shower with appropriate toilet and vanity. We are the home owners and live in a 1030 sq. ft. home on a concrete slab. So we would need jackhammering of the floor to extend plumbing, doorways expanded, walls renovated, bathroom installed with appropriate finishes.
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