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We have a 1 bedroom condo and would like a quote on re-tiling the shower and laying tile on linoleum floor in the bathroom. It is a fairly small job but we are hoping to list our condo soon so we would like it done as soon as possible.
Please let us know if you can come by for a estimate in the next couple of days.
There is approximately 187' of ceramic tiles that are especially unattractive. Whatever is most cost effective, tiles are taken out, keeping in mind there is radiant heating plumbing below, OR the tiles are leveled in order to evenly install a peel and stick tile. It is not possible to tile over the existing tile because there will be a height difference leading to the rest of the rooms.
Also, tiling around the main rental bathroom vanity needs to be lifted off the replaced. Small bathroom needs the back splash redone. Currently just one large tile row is there and poorly grouted and looks like a handy man special.
I want to do the following in my house:
Replace existing titles - the area is about 8 by 6ft
Replace Lino - with titles
Laminate Flooring - we have carpet right now but want to remove the carpet and install laminate
Upstairs - remove carpet and install either carpet .
If you would let me know how much it would cost or we can make an appt so you can give me a written quote that would be great. If you can come by to provide the quote that would be great. Thanks
I am looking for online estimate for replacing broken material on our front porch outside the front door. It is approximately 5x5 area, covered at the top of our front (cement) stairs right at the front door. Under the "porch" area right at the front door (on the inside of the house - under the stair area) is a "notched out - cubby hole area in one of the rooms downstairs). The area was tiled with relatively small tiles when we bought the house. (each tile is approximately 10" x 10"). The tiles are broken on the top and the plywood is rotten underneath. We cannot tell if any of the support beams across are rotten. We need to have the tiles removed, the plywood removed and the beams inspected. We want to be sure there is no further damage on the inside of the house - to the drywall and area in the "notch" in the basement room. We don't necessarily need tile replaced as the surface material, so a couple of ideas would be helpful.
Kitchen 130sqft + powder room 40sqft + foyer 40sqft + backsplash 18lnft.
I need estimate for the installation + prep work only.
The floor tiles to be used are 12x24 porcelain tiles & glass backsplash.
House is 15 years old, in great condition, in upper lonsdale north Vancouver.
Please give me your best price for this job ASAP.
I want all tiles laid in mid June (on time). Hope this schedule works.
Recently, I installed a tile, glass and rock mosiac backsplash in my kitchen. The grout was applied, but quickly dried into the crevasses of the glass and the glass. Every little (1'x1') tile has to be individually cleaned. I have used water and a slotted screw driver to remove some, but a lot still remains.
Looking for a handyman to finish the job. Must have previous experience........Located in North Vancouver...
I am looking to tile my basement suite walk-in shower, approximately 90 square feet.
Looking at laying 13"x13" tiles. I have already disposed of the old tile and have reframed and
put up cement board and shower pan.
The project is ready for tilling and would need someone to finish the work before the 30th of this month.
Our tile setter had a family emergency and we need someone to fill in starting tomorrow, Tuesday November 8. The shower is half complete. You would be tiling a 3' wall up to the border, then tile the border all the way around, then tile above the border, then the shower ceiling, then the 3 sides of the entrance walls on the left and right. You then need to grout and seal. Quality is a must.
The linoleum tile in our bathroom is ancient and peeling up and therefore mold is gathering underneath it due to the bathroom moisture. We are seeking a contractor's opinion of how to eliminate the mold (if another professional needs to be called in first, this is understood), and then to replace the linoleum with real tile. The bathroom is located in an apartment building in North Vancouver and is 7 feet by 4-5 feet. The tile we are hoping to use is a basic white ceramic tile. It's important that the floor be sealed this time.
If you can guarantee a high quality product then please respond. Please note, and don't take offense as there a lot of talkers out there, that if you can't walk the walk and the quality is not apparent then I don't pay.
I have a job starting tomorrow or Tuesday. Tub/shower surround, 80sf. Ceramic subway tiles 3" x 5". Glass mosaic border (only 2 pieces high, 1" rectangles). Mosaic runs above toilet and onto vanity backsplash with 2 rows of subway tile below and above glass mosaics. Also tile behind toilet. Total is approx 100sf. If we are happy with your work, then we also have a small floor that needs crack prevention subtrate and 2'x1 tile.
Job is North Van. High quality is a must. Tiles must be flush with each other, grout lines consistent and level. Layout must be symmetrical. Job must be clean and shower ready for use once finished.
We do a lot of tile work and I am looking for someone who can deliver a high quality product at a fair price. I am not looking for someone expensive as I have one I can use who is exceptional, but too expensive. We probably do around 15 bathrooms a year and can take on more work if I have someone I can rely on.
70 sqft wall to be tiled with faux bricks (5/8" thick) which come on a mesh backing. Wall has 3 electrical boxes. Wall is currently painted drywall.
5 sqft fireplace upper portion to be tiled with stone (1/2 to 1" varied thickness) also on mesh backing. Wall is currently mudded/sanded drywall, but unpainted.
All tiles to be acquired by owner.
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