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We have a workshop in the yard (400 sqt). We would like to add a bathroom to the workshop; however, there is currently no pluming available (it has to use the sewer system from the house. Does your company take project like that? If so, how much will it be in the bulk part?
There is already a bathroom in the basement which you could tie in a trench for sewage of the new bathroom. There is a septic pump as it is a below ground basement.
Also require a dryer vent and a 10 foot partition wall with a fire rated door in the basement. The partition wall requires installation for sound proofing.
Baseboard heaters to be installed throughout the basement and bathrooms.
I expect the project will take about 2 weeks.
Total size of the bathroom is approximately 35 sqf.
Looking for free estimates, for labour only.
1. Demolition of one of the mid walls to enlarge the size of the bathroom. Removal of old shower, old toilet and old jacuzzi.
2. Building new custom shower (potentially two heads). Shower to include a bench. Design to be confirmed. Estimate should include all the plumbing work.
3. Putting new floor, tiles.
4. Installing new vanity.
5. Installing new toilet.
6. Cabinets will stay but the countertop will be replaced with new granite/quarz and installation of two sinks.
remodel master ensuite - change from 1 sink to 2 sinks, must replace counter, change knobs and facets on tub and seperate shower, change shower stall, maybe change tiles on wall behind tub (depending on price)
remodel upstairs bathroom - take out sliding shower door, change new tub, change facets and knobs of sink
remodel main floor bathrm - change facet and knobs, change toilet seat
I am looking to remodel my guest bathroom and I am looking for quotes.
Here is what we would like to do:
remove & dispose existing shower tile / base / door
new white subway tile (something like this:click here )
New shower door
New shower base
New shower faucet
New tile floor
New light fixture
Would it be easier to come over and see the bathroom in person to provide a quote?
Budget is $5,000-$7,500. E-mail communication for initial contact is my preference.
# 1 - Renovate existing 3 piece ensuite - approx. 35 square feet. Would like a tiled shower with a seamless glass surround. Site will be stripped and ready for install of new vanity and toilet - open to contractor suggestions.
#2 - Expand existing ensuite using extra space from adjacent closet - approx 4x3. alter the plumbing to expand shower stall into a double shower using outside wall and reorganize the toilet and vanity to fit the remaining space.
Renovate 6'2X6'6 bathroom in 1960's bungalo. Floor was recently retiled - will keep flooring. Will also keep cabinet, mirror and light fixture. Replace existing toilet with dual flush toilet. Replace counter top with arborite or ceramic tile. Replace sink with previously purchased new sink. Replace tub with acrylic tub with double tile flange. Replace tile around tub. Install storage in existing dead space that was originally a laundry shoot. Install electric plug. Install fan. Paint.
Hi, I do have a rental condo which is rented out at this moment. I am going to sell my condo but need to make the bathroom look a bit better.I am on a very tight budget as I just need to do the bare minimum to make it look better. I need the contractor to be full insured under WCB.This is what I need
1- Bathtub resurfacing
2- Change the toilet
3-Change the lower vanity and the sink with a pedestal sink
4-Change the tiles on the floor
5- Has to be done in a day or two as I have a tenants there
6-Send me your estimate qoute and 3 top contractors I will pick will get a chance to come to the loaction on Tuesday, Jan 25th after 4pm to give me a firm qoute.Thanks
Want to renovate bathroom attached to master bedroom. Bathroom is 8 ' x 10.5 '. Want to replace current shower and bathtub with a new steamshower and a new bathtub. Part of bathroom space is currently taken up by closet in master bedroom - may need to remove closet so space can be made part of bathroom to accomodate new steamshower and bathtub. House is 11 years old.
We have a large shower stall that has possible water damage under existing tile. This quote would need to include the tear out of existing shower, repair of possible water damage, installation of new tiles for the shower stall and floor, new shower base, new shower doors and new shower fixtures. The existing toilet and sink will need to come out and then re installed once the floor tiles are in. We would also like a fax installed, there never was one before.
This is a 40 year old typical two floor cathedral entrance 2300 sqft Coquitlam home. The bathroom has yellow fixtures, but they are in excellent shape. I want them to be white. Reglaze? Replace? There is some water damage on one of the walls outside of the tub. (where the doors have not been siliconed properly, there was obvious damage there) As well, some moisture damage apparant where there is a nasty red heat lamp fixture in the ceiling (just around the heat lamp, the popcorn ceiling is cracking and bubbling) The cabinet and sink need to be replace/updated/reglaze. Ideally I'd love to have double sinks in there, but not sure if I have the space. The floor is lino. There is a bow feeling ( bit of bounce, as if the plywood is bowed) on the one section of the floor where there was water damage from the tub (see comment above about tub/.shower wall) I'm fairly handy and willing to do some work as well, but need guidance and some of the big things done. (e.g. I know how to change out the toilet, I know how to tile) I want this to be a basic update, not an elaborate remodel. Just update everything, but not change the basic layout.. Also have a tiny two piece master that needs updating.
Master ensuite small bathroom from upstairs (in a duplex) to be enlarged and renovated:
- remove the existing linoleum and dispose, and replace with tiles, labour only
- move, existing door, labour only
- build a custom fit simple shower (the glass door to be installed separately later)
- remove the floor plywood and have the plumber see the best way to run the plumbing for the new custom shower, labour to re-install sub floor and install custom shower pan, water proof and pre test before tile install,
- plumbing for the master bathroom shower drainage and water supply and install finish shower trim and fixture, labour only
- the following are excluded: tiles, grout, shower glass door, etc.
Main Bathroom (2nd floor):
- remove old tub and install new tub and faucet/ shower
- install floor-to-ceiling wall tiles (including tub wall)
- install new floor tiles
- install new vanity, sink and faucet
- add a window (currently no window in room)
En-suite Bathroom(2nd floor)
- install new vanity and sink (would possibly involve moving the sink location slightly);
- install new floor tiles;
- install new light fixture;
- 2 new coats of paint on the walls;
- build closet to accommodate a stacking washer/dryer (would involve plumbing & electrical)
34" x 60" area for installing a tub and tile on the walls and put the green gyprock on the wall. (ripping out old drywall)A decorator 3" of tiles in 2 rows on the wall.(1" X 1")
Existing single stall shower to be removed. Plumbing from shower stall would need to modified to fit bath tub. Only a shower curtain in going in. 8" X 10" tiles along on the wall to a high point leaving about 1 ft. to the ceiling.Make support floor for tub and do a membrane enclosure. So in the end you would a bath tub with tiled walls and a functional shower & bath. Toilet and sink are staying. Minor flooring to adjust tile with new tub!
We would like to replace our tub with a lager tub that may or may not have jets or the like. This would involve some drywall removal to make room for the larger tub and we are not certain about going with tile for the wall treatment. What other mediums can be used as tub surround treatments other than vinyl? Can anyone give an approximate cost for contracting this project?
Downstairs bathroom in 40 yr old house - aprox 7.5' x 8.5' dimensions. Original owner did poor renovation to make the bathroom (i.e. drywall shower!). Has low ceiling (just under 8 feet) with awkward bulkhead on one side. Walls and ceiling probably need to be removed and re-drywalled.
Floors are vinyl on concrete. The concrete floor may need to be re-leveled a bit.
The plumbing for the shower needs to be moved from an extended additional wall (which will be removed) and moved to one of the sides. I would like a glass corner shower unit with tiled walls in shower area.
Some electrical work needed to move light fixture and add an electrical outlet. I would also like to move the light switch from outside the bathroom to inside.
Large walk in closet right next door to the existing bathroom on the second floor. New ensuite will have a walk in shower with two shower heads, radiant heating in the floor, sink with vanity and toilet. Exhaust fan and new lighting needs to be added. We can purchase and supply materials, or would welcome a hand selecting and contractor pricing. Ideally work to be completed by first week of December 2009. Existing closet organizers will be removed by us prior to start of project. Ready for any time in November. The ceiling below is unfinished laundry room so easy access.
Looking to redo our guest bathroom including new tub, vanity, sink, toilet, bathtub area tiling and possibly the floor tiling. The condo is 30 years old and has original fixtures. The wall behind the tub will probably need new backer board. The bathroom is fairly small 5 x 8 feet. Guest bathroom will be done now and then the master bath next year.
We are moving into a home in Port Moody that requires about 1400 Square Feet of new flooring spit between tile/slate and hardwood. In addition we would like to do the main floor powder room at the same time. Current tiles and carpet need to be removed and replaced. The house was built in 1993 and is a town home is a smaller complex.
We will have limited furniture in the house for renos but have two cats that need to remain in the home during the construction of new floors.
Residential: 2 Bedroom Condo 2 Bathroom
Type of Renovation:
-Need Kitchen floor and Counter replaced
-Need 2 Bathroom counter and Tile floor replaced
-Kitchen floor 7.5 x 7.5 42.25 sq ft Counter 7.5 x 7.5x 3
-Bathrom( 1) (Insuite) 5.5 x 5.5 30.25 sq ft
-Bathroom (2) 5 x 5 30 sq ft
Counter top - Laminate or Silestone
Floors -Economical Tile
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