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Build an enclosed two car garage as an extension to the existing carport
Enclose the existing carport with bedroom, storage rooms
Build garden room off the back.
Build patio cover and wall with gas fireplace.
Building Permit has been acquired.
Further details via email and/or upon site visit.
I am looking to renovate my home including kitchen, flooring , stairs, bathrooms, and fireplace. The house is about 3200 sq ft. Currently the house has hydronic baseboard heating. Would like convert some parts to radiant heating as some baseboard might hinder with planned remodeling. Looking to start the work by first week of February and finish by 25th February.
1. To supply, remove and replace complete Vinyl Siding ( Beige color ) as per sample shown by owner along with new Vapour Barrier Paper on house. Install Crawl space aluminum vents
( Qty 4 ) and Replace Dryer and Heat Exchanger Vinyl vents with aluminum type vents.
2. To supply, remove and replace complete Soffit on house. ( White color )
3. To supply, remove and replace complete Asphalt Shingles ( Brown color ) with Ridge Caps, Aluminum valleys, Flashing and Vents on house.
4. To install an Overhang at front gable. ( Approx 18€ )
5. To supply, remove and replace complete Aluminum Gutters ( 4'' Brown color ) with down pipes
6. To install Aluminum Fascia cover on house. ( Brown color )
7. To supply, remove and replace Windows ( Qty 5 ). 4 windows at the front and 1 window at the back of the house ( Sun Deck ). Windows specification: Low E energy efficiency Vinyl Window.
8. To supply, remove and replace Aluminum Gutters ( 4'' Brown color ) with down pipes on garage.
9. To install Aluminum Fascia cover on garage. ( Brown color )
10. To supply, remove and replace Cedar Fence on south side of house. New 6' Cedar panels with 1' treated Lattice in that height to be supplied and installed.
11. Disposal of all construction materials/garbage from work done by contractor.
well the kitchen is half done still some cabinets needs to be customized to fit the counter an odds an ends as such also the flooring needs to be re done the other room needs dywall an flooring as well same as entry way also needs floorin a little bit of trim an crown work to be done as well an not lookin to break the bank yet want it done with care thank you
Kitchen: cabinet, countertop, lighting and pantry
Bathroom: renovate and install a shower
Master bathroom: renovate
Basement: complete a suite. We will transfer existing kitchen cabinets from main floor to basement
Garage (option): currently there is a carport. Would like to convert it into a closed garage.
Major renovation of kitchen, dining room, living room. We are looking for knowledgeable and experienced professionals to help with a foundation issue under the dining room. Kitchen and dining room - we would like to turn this into one open room by taking down a wall between the kitchen and dining room. New windows and roof needed.
We are interested in renovating our laundry room, converting this space into a spare room. There is a pole not too sure what it's for; could be a drainage system from the upstair to the main level. The pole we need to find out whether it could be remove and re-route it toward the wall. As well we need to know whether the space in the garage could be turn into a laundry room. Please advise. Thank you
Per Corp of Delta regulations - we have registered our ground level 2 bedroom and den 1,000 sq ft suite to be legalized. We have to remove and replace al the old wall panel with proper 5/8 drywall, remove the present ceiling and replace with fire resistant insulation and then dry wall. The furnace area needs to be enclosed with a fire door. The kitchen is entirely wall panel and will have to be re-done. A non-custom size french door will have to be installed where the patio door/den now is. We would like to begin on May 1, 2013 and hopefully be completed within 2 months. Other projects that would be nice to do are a 8 by 10 ft patio and patio cover for the tenants. Also a walkway just for the tenants so they don't have to enter thru the carport.
Looking for a 2nd estimate. Thank you.
Kathleen and Jeff
Project 1) Porch and stair replacement (materials and labour)
Porch extending off the 2nd floor of our house porch area extends approximately 4feet from the house and has a width of 11 ft - material wood. Current state is poor with some rot in areas, entire porch and staircase need to be replaced no restoration possible. Stairs lead to backyard. 6 stairs down to a small landing, with another 2 stairs to the concrete - staircase needs complete replacement. New porch should be almost identical to current size/shape and wood material as well, very basic.
Concerns: Concrete under the porch is uneven/settling
Project 2) Shower renovation (materials and labour)
SMALL approx 4.5ft x 3.5ft x 8ft, spare bathroom shower requires demolition, re-framing (most likely), cement board, membrane, concrete floor and tile. Current shower leaked, is completely ceramic tile, and was built in the late 80's early 90's from what we guess. Haven't used the shower in a few years and is partially demo'd - area is currently dry.
Concerns: odd size means no standard shower pan fits, nor do any shower doors (we will just use a shower curtain and taller curb) Light in shower, probably not safe. Plumbing is questionable.
We would like to remove the wall between the kitchen and the living room - it is approx 10 on one wall and 6 feet long (with the sliding door inside) - It is the main area of a split level house - access to crawl space below and attic above. We will prep - ie remove kitchen cabinets and fridge so space is clear - we just need someone to come in and remove existing - and advise/install a beam is required. (we arent sure if its a load bearing wall) and level floor and ceiling.
House is approx 40 years old.
We own a 40+ year old 1900 sq foot, 2 storey basement home in North Delta. We are looking to add a second storey addition (approx 500 sq feet) and an addition to the front of the house (indoor stairwell) so that the previous stairs to basement can be moved. We also plan to do complete interior and exterior renovations. The basement currently has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, living room and kitchen which we would like to convert to 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, living room and bar area, the stairs from the center of the house will be moved to the front addition. The hot water tank and furnace will be moved to another location as well. The second storey has a kitchen, living room, 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. We would like to add an addition of approx 500 sq feet, make the kitchen larger and add a family room, move 1 bedroom to another location and add another bathroom. We would like to build a garage underneath the second storey addition. Our additions/renovations will require new electrical wiring and plumbing. We have our plans drawn up and they have been approved by the city of Delta. We would like to be able to do some of the work ourselves (ie: painting, clean-up, etc) to help cut down some of the costs, and we will most likely be supplying most of the materials (ie: appliances, flooring, lighting, etc)
I've had the Corporation of Delta in to inspect our secondary suite and they have provided a list of requirements in order to legalize our secondary suite. I would like to get an idea of the cost to meet the requirements. As I don't rent the secondary suite, it's not critical for me have it legalized but if I can add value to the home by legalizing it for a reasonable cost, I would like to do so.
Currently we have a single carport that has a deck on top of it. Beside the carport is a shed. The driveway is ashphalt with lots of potholes and cracks in it.
We want the carport/deck replaced with a double garage with a new deck on top of it. We want the deck materials to be high quality without potential for rotting over time.
We also want to replace the existing ashphalt driveway with a concrete driveway.
We also want the shed moved into the backyard onto an existing paved slab.
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