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In total, TrustedPros has received 28 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Nanaimo seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,941,500.00 with a per project average of $69,339.00.
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Building is new, bare, i need all the walls, plumbing , electrical ect put in from the shell according to my floor plans.
it will be approx 1800-2000 sq ft i need one wall sound proof for a kids area that is being put in. I will require 3 rooms( for a spa shower and two with spa tubs), as well as room for 3 sinks in main salon/spa area, one sink in kids area 4 pedicure chairs with drains ect.
We have a 1979, 2 story house with 845 square feet on the downstairs floor. The existing layout is an open floor plan with a few little storage places. The laundry room is downstairs as well and only needs to be shrunk, no plumbing should be required based on the design. We are getting a new furnace and heat pump put in but it is fine in the existing spot, so no changes needed there, but we will need some small electrical changes. The open space will require some taking down of walls,going under our existing staircase, there is enough clearance to do this, and put up new walls making 3 separate rooms, family room, office and spare bedroom. There is existing brick work where an old fire place used to be that needs to come out to create more floor space. We need to put in new insulation to bring it up to R14, and the attic will need more insulation to bring it up from R20 to R40. We had an energy assessment done and have already had structural engineers to review bearing walls, etc. Biggest tasks will be taking down and putting up new walls, with wiring etc. Bathroom is already done, no need to do anything with it. Would love quotes as to what to expect financially to see if we can afford to go ahead with it now that we have had to get new furnace, etc. Need all the help I can get!
$20,000 IS TOO HIGH! We are hoping to stay around $10 - $15, 000. Really hoping for no more otherwise we cannot do it as we have no more funds!
About two months (start around February) away from starting a four plex downtown Nanaimo. The building is approximately 3200 sq ft. There are four one bedroom units about 650-700 sq ft each and a storage unit in the downstairs. The forming and framing companies have been hired and looking for quotes for all other sub trades and supplies. For a copy of the plans please email
I need the old lino replaced, the concrete below the old lino will need some patching, the door frame needs to be painted & weather stripping applied, the banister railing for the stairs needs to be moved from on the stair treads to on the outside of the treads and the lower 3 stairs will need a whole new banister set. I also want to replace the laminate on the stairs with something less slippery.
Garage was a carport and needs to be brought up to code and then transformed into a bedroom. My partner (Bob) was a builder so he is familiar with what has to be done and has a clear plan he just doesn't have all the time he needs to do this project in full and has sold most of his big tools/machinery. Bob holds great expectation for work to be done well .
The space is about 14 x 14 with 10' height . One or two windows to be installed, outside access (door there) , floor raised, all spray foam insulation, electrical, ceiling fan, hard wire smoke detector, dry walling, hardwood flooring.
This project requires the raising of a 950 sq. ft. older house to accommodate a full basement living space. A new concrete floor is required along with extension of foundation. Full perimeter walls and staircase construction is also needed. Roughing in of plumbing for addition bathroom is to be installed for future plans. Beefing up support structure to allow fewer support posts would be an asset to the expansion.
Pull down half of existing kitchen, rebuild from ground up (two floors), extend kitchen two feet, add 90 sq' room on corner of house ... on other end of the home, we need a new retaining wall, a two-car garage with a master bedroom and ensuite above it. Windows and siding replacement, green upgrades, heat in floors and new flooring. Some interior wall removal and new interior stairs. Water drainage issues outside.
90% completed home renovation and upgrade in Diver Lake area, Nanaimo. Looking for a contractor to finish the last $10,000 worth of work and partner with us in the
proceeds of the sale. Our plan is to sell the house immediately upon completion or perhaps list as it is being completed. Items to be completed are inside window casings and trim, repairing drywall sections (approx. 200-300sqft), installing new room interior doors, 600sqft of flooring, 20ft eavestroughs and soffits, and minor electrical. For example, if your bill comes to $10,000 we would pay you from the proceeds of the sale and provide additional cash bonus incentive. If you want to see the work already completed plus assessment information etc please call us. The house has significant equity we just want to cash out of it quickly while the market is good. Opportunity for paid work and a high return on your investment.
A support post holding up the second floor ( post is 1 side of a 6 foot header ) is centered between 2 joists :(
It is sagging, causing the floor to no longer be level.
I believe need it blocked and jacked back to level so supports what it needs to adn not collapse.
House is only 1 year old
House was built in 1908 and is 780 square feet up and 780 sq, feet down. House was raised in 1942 and a basement added. Needs drywall and a new floor laid in basement. Kitchen needs cupboards refaced. back splash, and new counters.
Bathroom needs tiles removed from around the tub. Need a new tub and I would like to have the bathroom completely done in tile, plus bathroom needs a new floor laid. It is small and also needs a door of some sort.
I love my old house but it needs some attention on the inside. New baseboard heaters and new 100 amp service, new doors and new windows installed 2 years ago. Need some help please.
Mid 50's 1100 sq.ft. low pitch hip-roof house requires stripping shingle down to deck, ventilation added, with minor repairs to decking, rotten rafter tail ends and fascia boards. Flashing and other amendments around brick chimney.
Attic to be sealed against rodent intrusion.
Prefer light grey coloured shingles, style not important, 20-25 yr
Contractor must be licensed and insured, and will ensure compliance with applicable building code and permit requirements for Nanaimo.
A house bought in nanaimo needs the carport turned into a rec room with an external door and 2 windows, as well as 2 more bedrooms built in the basement.ventalation is needed in both bathrooms as well as a few other things.We are moving from winnipeg to nanaimo july 29th. This needs to be done as soon as we arrive.
small condo, 30 years old. kitchen: new double sink, approx. 10 ft. of lower cupboards and 15 ft of counter. remove upper cabinet, repair walls, install new flooring.
bathroom: modify doorway, relocate water heater into adjoining closet, install pedestal sink, high profile toilet. repair walls, install new flooring.
One bdrm suite in rental building tasks:
1. replace vanity mirror,
2. replace vanity wall light fixture
3. replace 5 ceiling light fixtures
4. replace vanity sink faucet
5. replace kitchen countertop and RE&RE kitchen sink and faucet
6. paint trim, inside 2 closets, livingroom walls
Roof on a mobile home to be re-sealed and insulation to be blown in. Home is 900 square feet. Want to upgrade the insulation. The insulation that is blown in was a material that was suggested.
Would also like a quote to have a tubular skylight installed at the same time. We also have a shed that it attached, that just has an outside entrance, that was leaking when we purchased the mobile. It is 8X10 and I am not sure if this is worth repairing or not.
We have applied for the grant that is available to upgrade your home and have had an audit done.
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