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I want to replace the current tile marble flooring with a new granite tile flooring due to cracks in the current flooring from settling of the house. I will supply the tiles all that needs to be done is the demolition of current flooring and installation of the new granite tiles. and also installation of the floor molding/baseboard because it needs to be taken out to install the tiles. please contact me through email or my phone
Our last tile setter bought the floor tile for us 6 months ago.
We need it install now but our last tile setter can't do it now.
We can't return it because it is too old.
Tile ordered - roughly 190 sq ft, (19 boxes x 5 pcs x 2 sq ft)
Tile style is dark green, Porcelain, 12€x24€ each.
Front porch area - 25~30 sq ft
Front entrance area - 94 sq ft
The whole job includes old tile removal, disposal, possible floor repairs and new tile installation.
We need to replace an existing ceramic tile backsplash with glass backsplash. Not glass tile, but simply frosted (or painted, TBD) glass and have as few seams as possible. Approximate measurements are 7 m*0.6 m. We would also consider kitchen cabinets (preferrably wood) and countertop if the quality and price is right.
Floor tile removal at entrance (42 sq ft)
Floor tile removal in front of fireplace (5 sq ft)
Floor tile removal in bathroom (45 sq ft)
Shower wall tile removal (~60 sq ft)
Disposal of all removed materials
Disposal of two washroom vanities
Disposal of two washroom shower enclosures
Removal and disposal of kitchen cabinets and laminate countertop
Removal of kitchen backsplash (fixing drywall if necessary)
Fixing cement wall board around fireplace (~5 sq ft)
Install ceramic tile around fireplace, wall and floor (~16 sq ft)
Ceramic floor tile installation at entrance, kitchen, two bathrooms (~220 sq ft)
Ceramic tile baseboard installation in main bathroom (~10 ft)
Ceramic wall tile installation in shower and around (separate) tub (~100 sq ft, fixing drywall if necessary)
May need to reinforce stud for frameless glass shower enclosure installation
Removal and re-install toilet bowls in two washrooms for the floor replacement
Install new shower controls in 2 bathrooms
Plumbing for new vanities in 2 bathrooms (3 faucets, drains)
Plumbing for new kitchen sink (faucet, drain and gabarator)
Plumbing for new roman tub faucet
Plumbing for putting redirected water lines (for the tub) back to original position (behind the drywall, as show inclick here painting required
No change to shower bases in 2 bathrooms
No change to bathtub, except plumbing
Most of my townhome has been updated with paint, hardwood, tile, new counters and appliances. I recently came across some glass mosaic tile that i thought would compliment the kitchen further. There is a total of about 15 linear feet (about the same square footage) above the counter to cover. The mosaic tile is a combination of glass and stone, i have the materials including grout but need an experienced individual that is comfortable with this type of tile installation. There is one telephone jack, 3 single plugs and one double gang switch. The under valance lighting has been moved out of the way to make the installation easier.
My wife has gone a way for a few days so i am hoping to complete the job by the end of this week if possible.
The Kitchen Cabinet floor under the sink has been a bit damaged by water in 2 spots. Looks a bit swollen from the top and a bit rotten from the bottom and needs repair if possible at all, probably needs to be replaced. There are pipes that pass through the damaged floor to the sink.
Water was leaking from around the sink area. Sink has now been caulked.
The damage has not gotten any worse in a while, but the wood still feels a little damp.
The unit is located in Burnaby Near Edmonds Skytrain station.
The unit is currently Vacant.
Need help with that.
I am having my kitchen redone and am planning on tiling onto my existing flooring. I need an cost estimate of tiling 6€x12€ porcelain tiles on an area of about 200 square feet (approximately 10'x21').
I have decided on tiles already and want greyish, wood patterned porcelain tiles. The house is a Vancouver Special and is approximately 35 years old.
Cabinets are already placed and screwed into place. All that remains is the tiling. Estimates are welcome and greatly appreciated.
I am hoping to have all of the grout around the edges/corners of my shower tub removed, replaced and tiles sealed. If you perform silicone caulking services relatively inexpensively I may use you for that as well. It seems that the last person tried a patch job that didn’t work and now I have to redo a lot. It also seemed like the last person didn’t fill up the tub before applying the grout so upon standing in and filling the tub the grout pulled away from the grout. As a result there is one corner where the tile moves a little that may be indicative of backer material damage, but I’m hoping to not have to retile the entire bathroom for at least a year. The building was built in 1996 and located atop Burnaby Mountain.
Could I get a quote for removal of the old grout and application of new grout along both corner edges and the horizontal edges where tile joins to the tub (5 edges total). Note that the bottom edges are wider than a standard grout line (closer to a 1/4inch).
Could I also get another quote for the application of white silicone (I already purchased some GE Silicone II White) along those same edges.
Finally if you could provide an ETA on when you might be able to do both and how long it will take.
tile kitchen backsplash and bathroom
kitchen finnished ( painted , clean etc) with no existing tile
147" x 18" plus40" x 30" where fan is. Can remove fan
glass mosaic tile 18x12"
and a small bathroom's 47" of back splash at 4" tall which has no tile aswell.
2.5"x 8" glass mosaic tile
This friday afternoon or other time, please drop by for estimate and contract. Want work done next week.
I need to have two bathroom floors tiled and the area around the tub.
What you need to know:
- walls and floors are ready for tiling. Old material and toilets removed. Plumbing lines ready.
- one bathroom is tiny about 6' x 3' rectangle = 180 sq/ft.
- area around the tub is standard - you know what to do there and you know the size
- second bathroom floor is 9' x 3' = 270 sq/ft + 3' x 3.5' = 10.5 sq/ft.... about 300 sq/ft
- I have the tiles for everything.
- Have to buy two niches for the tub area.
- I will be looking at 3 offers
- I will be calling references.
Hope to hear from you soon.
We have a tiling job at our apartment that we need help with. We will need the following services:
- removal of tile floors from kitchen and 2 bathrooms (around 120 sq ft total)
- removal of tile backsplash from kitchen
- removal of tile surrounds from tub and shower
- installation of new tile in all of the above areas
We would like to get underway ASAP on the flooring part of the job. How much do you cost, and are you available to start ASAP?
We live in Burnaby at Kingsway and Patterson.
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