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2 Bathrooms to be renovated. Bath#1 is double sink vanity w/ tub, Bath#2 is ensuite w/ shower.
(all materials will be supplied, quote for labour only)
ceramic tile floor install
tile bath backsplash (approx 60 sq feet) tile install
install stainless steel shower curtain
minor drywall repair/sand to paintable finish (we will paint)
double sink vanity install
2 sinks install/hookup to plumbing
2 faucet install/hookup
Install laminate countertop
remove current mirror (repair drywall behind to paintable finish)
install 2 hanging mirrors OR 2 recessed medicine cabinets depending on space availability
install approx 80 feet of baseboard
install ceramic tile floor
ready existing shower stall for tiling (damaged drywall)
tile existing shower stall (32X32X80)
affix new shower faucet, knobs, shower head
remove existing vanity/sink
install pedistal sink
remove existing mirror
minor drywall repair to paintable finish (we will paint)
install 1 hanging mirror OR recessed medicine cabinet depending on space available
install approx 40 feet of baseboard
Both bathrooms should be finished to require only painting. All other finishing work should be completed by bidder/company.
We have plans detailing the kitchen and pictures including exact measurements of all existing cabinets and floor measurements. We want to replace the cabinets and the floor tiles. I can email all of this information once i get a rough quote for a more exact prices. This information should be more than what is required to obtain a quote for the labor and materials. I will be presenting the selected contractor with a contract of my own detailing the scope of work, material, completion time-frame, and the cost. We will be fair and reasonable. Our main concerns are workmanship and reasonable cost. Please respond only if you intend to follow through on your commitments and if you can supply references. Basic information provided below for your use initial quote.
Kitchen Dimensions (11'4" X 8'6")
Ground level Cabinet length (105")
Wall mounted Cabinet length (195")
Tile floor (approx 75 sqft)
Counter-top area (approx 30 sq ft)
We want granite countertops, cabinets have yet to be determines, and tiles have yet to be determined. What we are looking for is your base price based on your cheapest material for the scope of this work detailed above. We will select the cabinets and tiles from your company should you be able to provide them. I have many marked up and dimensioned pictures for you to use to prepare your estimates.
Please let me know if I can provide any more information to assist in the preparation of the rough quote.
Thank you all
We are renovating our basement bathroom. It has an exterior wall that is half concrete. I have gutted everything and we now need to put in a new sub-floor, frame 1 wall, drywall, tile the floor, install a corner shower (glass doors, tiled walls), install a ventilation fan, some minor plumbing (water is already at shower but needs to be moved to frame the new wall) and electrical (1 new plug). The work would need to be completed by Sept.1 as we have a tenant moving in. Give me a call if this is a project you would be interested in.
Project involves improvements to a main bathroom and kitchen in a 2 bdrm bungalow (built in 1953) that I own. Reviewed my requirements and the scope of work is as follows:
For the bathroom, I am wanting to do the following: 1) install a new porcelain tile flooring (2.6 sq. m); 2) remove the existing original steel bathtub and bordering wall tile backsplash with a fiberglass tub and 3 panel wall enclosure with new faucet/shower head and drain, 3) replace existing toilet ; 4) replace existing vanity; 5) replace existing light fixture; 6) install an exhaust fan. Plumbing layout to remain in place.
For the kitchen, I am looking to have the following work done: 1) re-route existing electrical wire presently hot-wired to stove to a new wall mounted receptacle; 2) install new kitchen countertop complete with 2 basin stainless steel sink and faucet; 3) install new porcelain tile flooring (12 sq. m) on a plywood subfloor; 4) install a built-in extractor fan (32" x 11 7/8") into existing cabinetry with venting to the roof and 5) replace existing lighting fixtures with new fixtures.
Seeking quotes from general contractors, flooring specialists, electricians and plumbers.
Thanks for your attention.
We have a two-piece ensuite (toilet and sink) off our master bedroom. It is a small washroom, out of date, and we are looking to install a shower, and replace the toilet and sink. This would also require expanding the washroom by building new walls and retiling the floor. We would like a white low-flush toilet, white sink, and shower with glass enclosure and ceramic tile flooring. We have been looking at IKEA cabinets and also have a discount cabinet warehouse near us. We will also be changing the lights and painting. There is a walk-in closet right next to the washroom.
I live in a 1983 strata highrise in Burnaby BC. The bathroom is approx. 100-120 sq. ft. I am looking for someone to remove and install a tub, tubtiles and toilet only (pictures of home depot products attached). I am looking to stay in a $2K budget range and financing isn't a requirement. I wish to have the project completed by July 6th if possible.
Small bathroom in a apartment near metrotown.
Was partially demolished by owner to re-model. However, now selling the place, so it needs to be brought back to where it was before. No permit as no piping or walls to be changed.
- re-drywall, seal and waterproof shower walls
- tile shower walls and shower flooring
- tile washroom flooring
- finish and paint walls
- supply and install new lighting track
- supply and install shower door (or curtain if too expensive)
- supply and install new shower hardware
- supply and install new sliding door (exterior sliding, or pocket, whichever is cheaper)
Call if questions or to view washroom for quote.
The gyprock needs to be removed, including the ceiling, so that we can then fix a leak, and then have the gyprock put back (replaced), including ceiling.
I believe that we will also have to replace the shower insert in order to replace the gyprock above and at the top of it.....and the door of the shower has come out of the wall, so either completely replace it or make it sturdy enough to last another 10 years. We have fixed it twice already.
There is also a heating pipe that needs to be moved or covered up, and an area that used to be shelves I would like to have changed a little which will involve replacing the counter of the vanity, and a new sink.
The toilet also needs to be replaced.
I am attaching pictures. The room is about 6' long by 3' wide, so not a big space. We live in Burnaby near BCIT.
1.5 bath condo in North Burnaby. Bought new vanities for each. Need the following things done in this order:
1. Remove old vanities.
2. Remove partial backsplash behind vanity in master bath.
3. Minor drywall repair in master bath i.e. electrical for lighting was re-routes from original outlet.
3. Paint both baths (Sherwin Williams: Egret White)
4. Re-route electrical for lighting in master bath back to original outlet.
5. install new light fixtures (basic 1 piece units with 4 lights)
6. Install new vanities. Some plumbing in/out piping may need to be re-configured to accommodate the new sinks etc.
Can send photos of current bathroom conditions and photo of new vanities if it helps to better understand the project. Would like to have project done on Sept. 20).
main floor main bathroom renovation. Currently has floor tiles and wall tiles, with a shower inside a bathtub. existing wall has lathe and plaster.
7' by 7' 6"
80 yrs old
basement unfinnished ( no celing/ walls ) so plumbing is visible/accessed
house has new electrical ( all knob and tube removed), and new plumbing (except in this bathroom)
venting should be minor work - need vent to outside from installed fan.
all tiles to be removed and replaced.
replace drywall where lathe and plster damaged
venting shoul, pedastal sink and toilet to be removed and replaced with new fixtures.
Add a separate glass shower where bedroom and hall closets are. Frame and drywall the new wall of bedroom/hall/bathroom walls.
Install vanity and faucets . vanity likely supplied by Ikea.
replace baseboards if damaged when tile removed.
Out of scope: windows will be covered by me. Also, fixtures can be supplied by me but if discount can be provided from suppliers that is a bonus.
will be living in other end of house ( 2nd washroom in 2nd bedroom will be used)
must follow works health and safety guidelines and keep areas surrounding project undamaged
Bathroom renovation of a master ensuite. Project includes conversion of a shower-tub to a long tiled shower stall with glass doors, new cabinet fixtures, new tile, painting, new lighting. Looking for a general contractor to coordinate all trades and hopefully specialize in bathroom renovations. Home is 30 years old and located in Burnaby.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Bathroom is in a 24 yr old concrete highrise apartment. Meaures approx 80sf with 6' tub, toilet and 4' sink/cabinet.
- installation of new bathtub and shower doors and providing all seals
- installation of wall tiles (90 SFCA)
- installation of floor tiles (45 SF)
- installation of a new toilet and sink/sink unit
SInce this bathroom is a small space, i want to maximize the look of appearance and quality while obviously minimizing cost.
Please provide online estimate. I have a picutre that i can email.
I am planning to do 2 bathroom renovations - one 2 pc ensuite and one full bath. I was planning to do most of the renovations myself but have come across 2 issues that I need help identifying.
Most of the renovations involve just replacing fixtures and tile, but 2 walls will need to be removed/shortened. I require assistance in identifying if these walls are load bearing or not.
In addition, I have looked in the attic and found that the bathroom vents seem to be venting into this space - I would like to have someone confirm this and provide a quote to have the ventilation done properly, as well as replacing the current ventilation fans.
Though I have planned to do my own bathroom renovations, I am open to quotations to these renovations in addition to the work I've stated previously.
The bathroom shower is cleaned down to the studs. The current shower has a base that is 30x30 with the drain hole right in the middle. I would like expand the shower in one direction making it 30x60 however I can not find a shower base. So I suspect it has to be tiled as such I feel that this should be best handled by a professional.
I need a small shower replaced as per our home inspector.
There is a leak behind the drywall and the walls need to come down, pipes/leak investigated and repaired. The shower would then be retiled etc, new door hung. Total size (less ceiling) is approx 80sf. Looking to have this done in the next few weeks.
My mother would like to install a shower for safety's sake. The house is about 30 years old. Best contractor quote currently is $1850.
- Please send us advice on where to get a good shower door (good quality & a good deal)
**We buy the materials ourselves. So, anything everything outside that:
1. Taking out bathtub
2. Taking out 3 sides of bathtub walls
3. Installing waterproof board
4. Tiling on 3 sides up to ceiling
5. Installation of shower
6. Clean up
7. Anything else we've left out?
We're flexible on the project timelines. As my father is retiring this year, cost is a factor (definitely below $5000) - but workmanship is important!
Shoot me an email and it'll be passed along.
The bathroom is 118' by 124, with two corners cut out making the space look like a Lego shape. It is the only bathroom in our two bedroom condo and currently has a 59' bathtub/shower, a toilet, a double sink and a stackable washer/dryer. We are looking to gut the entire bathroom and start fresh. Our goal is a bigger bathtub and the washer and dryer to stand side by side (rather than stacking).
We do live on the bottom floor of an apartment complex (concrete floors and 7 ft drop ceiling in the bathroom).
We are adding a second bathroom to a townhouse. The bathroom is ground level - and the concrete has already been dug up and the new pipes are run. We now need to hire professionals to install the fixtures, redo the walls and add heated flooring, tile and door. We also have to finish the closet beside the bathroom which will hold the stacking washer/dryer (already purchased) and the hot water heater. This area will also need to be tiled. We would like to get the bathroom finished before Christmas please. Then we need to redo all the rest of the flooring in the townhouse and paint. - and add baseboards and finishing touches.
Dry wall for one of the bathroom, tiling the shower space, new shower door needed. Tile floor. Installation of the vanity we have already purchsed. Plumbing.
Master bathroom needs new tiles for both the wall and the floor. Installation of new vanity we have purchased. New shower head.
For the kitchen, we need new cabinets and tile floor.
Condo (Strata) in Burnaby Lougheed Mall.
Would like to replace cabinets, countertop, and to put tiles on the floor in the kitchen which is about 8'x6' big.
Also, in the bathroom about 8x4' would like to change a bathtub along with tiles, toilet, sink, vanity and counertop, putting ceramic tiles on the floor.
In the powder room about 8x3' big, I would like to install a ceramic tiles on the floor, and to chang a vanity, sink and the toilet.
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