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I need my garage door covered (a wall built) prior to getting my house painted. It would also have to be plastered to match the rest of the house. The garage is now a bedroom with a false wall inside, it was insulated, wired, and to specs. The outside door is buckling a bit...as garage doors do...so I figure it needs to be sealed (again) then just have a wall and plaster to match the outside. I'm unsure of the exact size of the door...it was a 1.5 garage before it was made into a bed room.
Closet doors installed, 2piece bathroom install toilet and tile floor (space is currently prepped for a standing shower, but no tile laid), cut and stain trim for custom front closet, cut and stain trim for decorative ceiling trim. Most material has been purchased. Kitchen back splash needs tiling no tile for splash has been purchased.
Kitchen sink filter cracked flooding the kitchen area on the main floor and basement under the kitchen. All damaged materials have been removed and area properly dried by a restoration company.
Insurance company has provided a detailed estimate of the work needed to be done - see attached pdf and photo's.
Main floor - new hardwood flooring needs to be replaced throughout main floor - tile in utility room
Basement - insulation, vapour barrier, drywall, carpet underlay, mouldings - paint
Contact owner for viewing.
House is 4.5 years old, walkout rancher in West Kelowna.
1. Replace approx 650 sq ft of hardwood flooring - 2 separate rooms.
2. Replace carpeted stairs (12) & landing (approx 20 sq ft) with hardwood
3. Modify kitchen island and replace all countertops with granite (or equivalent) approx 55 sq ft
4. Install new "sunken" sink c/w faucet
5. Replace walk-in pantry door & frame to match kitchen cabinet look/materials
Install kitchen for a new basement suite. Space is bare. Will require concrete floor to be broken to install drains for kitchen sink and Washer. Requires cabinets, drywall, additional electrical ( 220 for stove and dryer), lighting, Venting for range hood and dryer, flooring. Also needs a door moved and a closet built.
Require written estimate and referrences. Construction to begin middle of march.
1804 sq ft main and 730 sq ft upper
needs an open concept design (removing one wall and a half wall) and new flooring throughout.
remodel the upper to make 2 attached bathrooms into one spa off the master
Roof has worn cedar shakes and can be re-done with asphalt shingles(including roofing paper)
Estimates only as we are don't take possession until after May 1st
We have purchased a 6 year old home in Sunset Ranch and need the following work done:
Refinish upstairs hardwood floors
Install new wood moulding under cabinets
Install lighting under cabinets
Installing power and co-axial cable to new location above fireplaces
Painting of walls and floors of garage
Complete interior painting
Install new gas line to kitchen stove
Install new kitchen sink
Install and supply new granite in 3 bathrooms
Install and supply new glass shower in bathroom
We are planning to build our log home in the Okanagan area, preferably in Lake Country. We are looking for a 2-3 bedroom log home with 2 bathrooms. Construction cost should not exceed $200k. We do have some cash to accommodate financing until bank draws can be taken. We are looking for a General Contractor to organize all trades, including log home company. Our ideal home is very simple in design and features to accommodate the budget.
? Don't know the exact extent of the work needed, problems discovered two months after moving in and after incorrect Disclosure Form and incompetent Home Inspection.
Because of moisture and mold could include. - new wall approx: 30ft, 3-4tft width of adjacent floor, proper roof instead of the canopy.
Sorry I cannot be more specific.
I have a small 2 bdrm house, because of age, don't want to do too much. Want to take out small wall in lvg to open up livgrm into dining room, want to add addition on back with new kitchen and small bdrm. Can also add onto front of house, if better option.
Also have old solid garage, want to put new floor in and insulate.
Might expand wshrm into one small room.
also want to take up laminate and sand down birch floors
I am tendering out a chain of home renovations. I just bought my home here in Kelowna in September. This is my first home and its not quite up to date. Time to freshen it up. Being that I do not have the connections here that I had in Calgary, I am tendering so I can meet and get to know the contractor in my home.
The first project: My ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet combination. Bigger than most. This will be a complete redo. Not your typical ensuite either. I have ideas. I want this room to be my wow room.
Subsequently, the price, service, and creativity will put this contractor in line for projects 2-4 accordingly.
Project 2: Basement
Project 3: Multi-tier deck
Project 4: Kitchen
Walkout Basement Completion:
Approximately 800 sq. ft. of unfinished walkout basement. Sides and walkout front drywalled (but not taped). Requires drywall on the back side, taping all sides and painting all sides. Open ceiling needs to be completed and lights added. Would like to cover bare basement floor with carpeting. Looking for a per square foot completion price.
Kitchen Arborite Countertop Replacement:
Looking for a per linear foot cost to replace countertop with stone.
Replace carpet with prefinished hardwood. Approx. 15'x17'
Townhouse rancher with w/o basement was built in 2004 by Dilworth Homes and is presently vacant. Will arrange to meet contractors at the site in the near future.
I would like to have a window well put in. There is no current window in this area so you would need to cut out part of the foundation.
I like the square egress windows and the natural stone (brick) window well look.
Hopefully the window well will be a but deeper in the ground than in the picture.
Can you quote me for a 4 ft. square window and a 3X5 window?
I wonder if any windows come with the bars in them for security.
The suite will be free from April 25 - May 8th. Then I will be moving downstairs.
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