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I live in a 26 yo building with a bathroom in need of renovation. I'd like to replace tub, sink, toilet, as well and the small cabinet. there is a ceramic tile floor that i'd like to replace along with the drywall. I am more than happy to do some gutting, with some guidence. the ceiling drywall was replaced a few years ago due to upstairs flooding.
New tub, new sink, new toilet, blueboard walls, tile tub area, new flooring tile preferred,
This would have to be a fairly fast job once everything is removed, though we do have acess to another washroom in the building.
Online estimates for now, but would like to move quick on this.
The house was built in 1954 and the bathroom has been renovated in the past 15 years yet I am smelling mould issues and the window as well as being wood is improperly placed. So basically I want the shower mould issue to go away and update this bathroom and also use the same cabinentry to update the downstairs bathroom as well to keep unity in the house for future resale.
Install bathtub, toilet, double sink, med cabinet, existing light, tile on floor. (I can remove existing items, and I can paint afterwards bathroom is left paint-ready) Install shower enclosure around new bathtub. Install a vent/fan and move current light switch from hallway into bathroom.
This small project will involve assistance from the owner if it will help both parties.
I can purchase the tiles, vanity and toilet and shower curtain Rod (no shower pan and door). The bathroom is on the 2nd floor of a wood construction, 20 yr old condo.
I need a guesstimate on how much I need to prepare if I have the materials above, and how many days will this project be for you?
Scope or work will be
- remove and dispose old fixtures, tiles, etc
- install tiles on floor (7'x 8') and wall
- install fixtures, shower head, Rod, grab bars, vanity, exhaust fan, etc
- other plumbing work
Dates are flexible, we can add my other bathroom if budget and your time allows.Thanks
I am doing a bathroom renovation and I need a certified plumber to take out bathtub drain/overflow and put in shower drain and a tile ready shower pan. I will also need them to change a single sink (pee trap) to a double. This is in a condo and I already have the bathroom gutted. If you are handy and can frame in a few shower niches and put backer board up that would be good also. Picture doesn't show shower area just straight through but sink is on the left, shower on the right.
In the Master Bathroom, we want to completely remove the fiberglass tub and end wall (not a load bearing wall) and replace with a tiled walk-in shower with frameless glass walls on 2 sides. Take out and replace the existing tile floor. Remove and replace the bathroom exhaust fan, toilet and vanity/sink.
Powder Room, remove and replace tile floor and toilet and exhaust fan. Possibly replace vanity countertop and sink.
We own the condo. Colour combination for reno, dark blue grey ceramic floor tiles with dark coordinating grout for the master bathroom and the powder room. White glossy ceramic wall tile in 12 x 16 or 12 x 24. Accents in shower using cobalt blue and/or aquamarine tiles. Vanity in light oak or bamboo colour with white countertop and cobalt blue vessel sinks. Wall surface that is not tiled will be painted white. Fixtures in Chrome. Going for a light, modern spa feel in the master bath.
Here is a link to my Houzz idea workbook that gives an idea of the colour combinations and style of fixtures I am looking for.click here
Bathroom partial reno-remove bath surround and install tile on wall, and bath to floor wall, redo floor with lino or tile
Kitchen partial- replace stained white since with new white sink, replace counter tops with nicer- granite or look alike rather than 50's style.
Repair floor- grout come loose
Eves. replace overhang/eve over front door, and on side door
Repair tiles and grout small bedroom patio deck (very small)
Living room to kitchen wall - make an opening in it like a window (no glass)
1936 Home in Sapperton. 5' x 8', 3 - piece bathroom reno.
Current bathroom is lino tile with plywood sub-floor. Bath tub only. We have already purchased a 5 1/2' antique clawfoot tub.
Remove lathe and plaster
remove 2' x 3' bedroom closet (increase bathroom to a full 5' x 8')
replace door trim
dispose of lathe and plaster and building materials
Install drywall, walls and ceiling (8' high ceiling)
Install wainscoting and trim
Install recessed shelving between studs (x 2)
Install Toilet tissue dispenser
install radiant floor heating and control system
purchase floor tile
install floor tile and threshold
purchase new toilet
install new toilet
install resurfaced clawfoot tub and fixtures
install shower and curtain support ring
purchase new pedestal sink
install pedestal sink
install ceiling lighting
install electrical for above
We would like to completely renovate our master bathroom. It is very small, approximately 5'x5'. We'd keep the same footprint, put in a new shower, toilet and sink counter. We'd also tile the floors and halfway up the walls.
We could do the demo ourselves if it helps, and we have a friend who will do any necessary plumbing.
Thank you for your time.
I am inviting offers of contracts for two bathrooms in my 1930's home:
1. Existing bathroom renotation on main floor: Complete gut of all cabinets, vinyl flooring, fixtures and bathtub. The drywall (over plaster) also probably has to go. Then, install new drywall, floor (tile), cabinets, fixtures, tiles around the tub, glass door, trim and painting.
2. New bathroom installation in basement: Rough plumbing (pex), electrical and drywalling is done. Needs floor (tile), cabinets, fixtures, concrete board/tile shower stall, glass door, trim and painting.
For efficiency and cost savings, the work on both bathrooms can be done in parallel, since I have a third which can be used while the job is in progress. To save wastage, the same type of tiles, etc. can be used in both bathrooms.
Please contact me to arrange a time for an on-site visit. I will require a detailed cost/time estimate and references for previous similar jobs in the area before choosing a contractor.
We are in a condo in New Westminster. The building is being repiped and our unit in particular is being done in July. We would like to coordinate the renos with the repiping project.
Both bathrooms are 9'x5'.
Front bathroom - new shower stall, tile, floor, cabinets, light fixtures
Ensuite - remove bathtub - install shower stall, new floor, cabinets, lighting.
The condo is about 24 years old - we will want to install with low to middle end fixtures.
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