Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Chilliwack homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 28 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Chilliwack seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $465,500.00 with a per project average of $16,625.00.
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House is about 35 yrs old, acerage with well water. Bathroom has not been touched other than the flooring replaced by that stick & peel stuff and we've put in a new window. Original blue sinks (2) bathtub and toilet, no ventalation. Long, low, ugly blue vanity. Really needs to be gutted and designed. Contractor needs to be honest, reliable, experienced contractor - husband is a "do-it-yourself" type of guy who will want to be very hands on and making sure everything is done right. References and possibly site visit to previous renovations the contract has done will be required.
We are interested in having our master bedroom ensuite renovated. Home is 5 years old. We are looking at replacing the fiberglass shower with a tiled stall, changing out the single vanity for a double sink model, replacing the vinyl flooring with tile and the baseboard heater with in floor electric. Would this job be of interest to you?
20 yr old house needs bathromm reno, old tile & wallboard removed, new water proof board installed, and re-tiled. New ceiling fan installed with proper outside venting. Textured ceiling scraped smooth as well as skylight tunnel scraped & re-painted. We will also need new bath/ shower controls installed. We would like some estimates for what this will cost us.
Possible mould in areas, all plumbing exposed in basement area underneath - ceiling fan may not be venting properly. House 60+ years of age. Approx. 5x10 in size. Single sink vanity, granite or stone countertop, new toliet and bath, tile on walls in tub area. Painting and flooring to be done by owner.
Looking for a complete gut job on the bathroom (10.5 ft X 5.5 ft) tiled and water prof, new sink(s), toilet, tub and or shower.
Also wanting to remodel the kitchen (7.7 X 7.5) plus dining room (12.8 X 7.7) Want to remove the wall in-between the kitchen and eating area (none load baring). new cabinets and counter tops. etc..
This is a home we have just purchased and will be moving into on the 28th of November. The work would need to be completed with in 120 days for the extension on our mortgage.
I'm looking for someone to first off finish a shower in my above ground basement. There are what looks to be all the tiles and most of the supplies needed left by the previous homeowner. The shower is framed in as well for what looks to be a walk in shower. I also want to put a kitchen in the adjoining room. I will purchase and install cabinets, but am looking for someone to run the plumbing from the adjoining bathroom to the kitchen.
We need our bathroom almost completely redone. New bath, toilet, some drywall, tile, window, install a vent, refinish vanity, refinish mirror, shelving, new fixtures, lighting, painting and replacing some framing around tub due to old age. It would be great if we could schedule time before Christmas and we'd like estimates within the next few weeks so we're rushed in having to buy all the fixtures.
I live in Chilliwack and I am renovating my basement and need shower added and plumbing for an additional washer. There is already a floor drain for the shower. As for the additional washer, I need advice about where that would best fit. I would appreciate your letting me when you could come out to do an estimate. It is best to reach me by email.
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