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We bought a house in the Clayton/ Clovervalley area of Surrey. We would like to have our just under 800 sqft basement developed. We have the plans, and the set up works for us so no reworking is required. We would like a rec area, one bedroom, one bathroom, storage, and a small laundry room. Our budget is around $30,000.
Part of our basement in our town home is unfinished. It is approximately 400-600 sqft. There is a bathroom roughed in and we would like to have in the end: one bathroom with shower, bedroom and sitting room. Part of the area is drywalled already due to coding in the home. We are the owners of the town home and it is approximately 8 years old.
- ~900 Square feet unfinished basement
- 2007 construction with 8 ft ceilings
- 1 bedroom, 1 den, 1 family room w/kitchenette, 1 full bath, furnace/hw tank room(closet), Interior stairwell
- Plan drawings available
- Framed walls already partially in place but will require some modification
- Bathroom roughed in
- Exterior wooden stairs to be replaced with galvanized steel or high quality wood stairs depending on cost/available budget
- Carpet throughout except bathroom - heated laminate or tile floor in bathroom
- Electric baseboard heaters
- Electrical Outlets and light fixtures in place but will need additional lights
- Access door to crawlspace (1/2 door)
- Inspection for water damage on wall to exterior stairwell (plus potential repairs)
- Overall finish level expected to match modest "builder finishing" level of rest of the house.
Access to basement will be through exterior door. Laneway behind house with gate to bring in materials is in place. Street parking in front of house.
Final proposal from contractors will need to include:
- Cost breakdown - flooring, drywall, painting, electrical, plumbing
- Specifications/models/samples - light fixtures, plumbing fixtures, appliances, flooring (underlay), cabinetry, paint.
- Detailed Construction Schedule with payment and inspection milestones.
- 3 References for similar scope work (could include building inspectors).
- Copies of business/trades licenses, insurance etc. to be provided
Funding is in place and looking to award work by the end of October, early November. Start and Completion date is negotiable but once started, work must continue without interruption to completion.
this is a 4 year old house we have purchased and will take posession May 30, 2008. With a mostly unfinished basement; the exterior walls are already drywalled and interior framing 80% complete. We will be creating a bathroom (already roughed in), a bedroom, media room (already framed), fitness room, small kitchen (roughly10x10) and the rest will be open space.
I am open to hiring individual trades or finding someone who can take this project on. We do not have an unlimited budget however we do need this space to look great, we want the basement to appear as though it was done the same time as th house was built (crown molding same base molding, pot lights etc.).
I am prepared to put in some sweat equity and would like to wrap up the project within 4-6 weeks. The contractor I had lined up is not returning phone calls
House is 4 years old. Basement is partially finished. Rough plumbing, electrical, framing & insulation is done. Top half of outer wall drywall tacked on when house was built. Remaining drywall is already purchased and on site. Permits are OK'd to close. Plans include bathroom, laundry room, rec room/theater and bedroom. We're looking for someone to do drywall, painting, carpet & tile, and finishings. We'd like to finish this summer. The start time selected above is flexible.
I am looking for a quote to build in my basement. approx 1100 sq ft 2 bedrooms 1 to 2 bath rooms and an open area with basic cupboards and a sink.
Have one rough in for a bath room. Looking for a budget price willing to do some labour our selves. Have access to a few trades if needed.
AGE OF HOUSE IS 2007. BASEMENT IS ABOUT 700 SQ FT. DRYWALL OF WALLS AND CEILINGS ARE COMPLETE. ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ROUGH-IN IS COMPLETE. NEED TO FINISH 2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATHROOM, LIVING AREA AND KITCHEN (1 ROOM), AND 1 CLOSET. BASICALLY NEED TO TAPE AND SAND DRYWALL, PAINT, INSTALL CARPET IN BEDROOMS AND LIVING AREA, TILE BATHTUB WALL AREA & FLOOR, TILE SMALL KITCHEN AREA. INSTALL LIGHT FIXTURES. INSTALL PLUMBING FIXTURES. INSTALL CABINETRY & COUNTER-TOP FOR KITCHEN. NEED TO COMPLETE STAIRS LEADING TO BASEMENT. ALSO A MAIN CONCERN IS CREATING VENTILATION (FOR EXHAUST FAN) FROM THE BATHROOM TO THE EXTERIOR.
We have a basement that needs to be renovated. The project includes removal of a big gas fire place that is taking a lot of space(photos can be provided), removal of laminate in living room and tiles in basement kitchen and replacing with tiles / other flooring options. Project include painting the walls as well and installation of pot lights.
Located on 59 A avenue Surrey - 5 years old residence - 1000 sqf unfinished basement with outside entrance. There are no walls divisions. I would like to move the laundry facility and create a bedroom instead. The roughing for the plumbing is there - I would to install a shower + toilet and sink. Althought this will not be an appartment / rental I would possibly have a small kitchen / bar area . I would like to have the bathroom, kitchen area, dry walls and divisions first before going anyfurther. The rest of the finishing projects will be done by me
The job consists of updating 3 rooms in the lower level.
requires sub floor leveling, flooring installation, painting, drywall repair
Floor leveling, flooring installation, drywall repair and painting
Hot tub room
Removal of in-ground hot tub
Sub floor leveling
dry wall repair
I need to renovate a ~20yr old basement, which currenlty has 4bdrms and 1very small bath. I would say the whole thing is like 700sqft. The basement kitchen was dismantled 4yrs ago the only thing left is the floor and half the kitchen sink which needs to go. The "kitchen' shares a wall with the bathroom; I want to enlage the bathroom by taking over some of the 'kitchen'. I want to knock out all the walls leaving me with one giant bedroom with a walk in closet, and put in some built in shelving. I would like there to be 2 big sliding doors for the bedroom. There is a woodburing fireplace half dismantled that I want to convert into and electrical fire. I want a dark engineered wood floor thoughout, maybe a nice carpet in the bedroom. Need to repaint the whole thing. I want to add a custom built book/storage shelf along one wall.
The laundry room is between the garage and basement shareing a wall with the bathroom it is currently really small and has no sink. I want to enlarge the laundry room by knoking out the wall between it and the bathroom, and add a large laundry sink.
The room is 7 feet by 8 feet by 8 feet high.
It has fiberglass batting and plywood on top of it (so not exactly finished), no taping or finishes.
We noticed some mold on the plywood and realized the fiberglass was touching the cement wall = Moisture. Luckily there was no mold on the under side "yet".
What we need;
1) removal of plywood, 2x4's, electrical and fiberglass on 2 walls, the ones that are against the cement wall
2) Install XPS/ Styrofoam boards against the cement wall, tape with tuck tape and foam the joists (yup did my research, Holmes dude advise on the internet/youtube)
3) frame 2x4 on top the 2 walls
4) put back the wiring for the outlets
5) fill with roxul batting.
6) install drywall, tape, mud and prime 4 walls and ceiling.
Also there is one area in the ceiling that has a water shutoff and one duct that goes partly into the ceiling . so some sort of box will need to go around ?
Thank you for your estimates.
My basement is finished but needs a kitchen and laundry as well as to be a legal contained suite (fire barrier and doors). It does have outside access, a finished bathroom and bedroom. It's approximately 940 sq/ft and would most likely be marketed as 1 bedroom and a den when completed. Will also need new flooring - laminate preferred.
We have a 1000 sq ft basement suite (6-yr old home) with noise transfer issues both above and below, both voice and footsteps. Layout is kitchen over bedroom; den over bedroom; living room over living/kitchen area. We don't want to lay carpet upstairs (we like our flooring as is) but understand that additional insulation into basement ceiling ( 7 foot 9 inches about) may be a good option.
Suite is currently unoccupied but we are aiming to occupy by Sept 1st if work can be complete before then.
thanks for your assistance.
The square footage of the basement is 1,300. We would like two build a two bedroom suite with en-suites in both rooms. We would like a fully working kitchen (Gas stove, fridge, dishwasher, sink, island, washer dryer, cabinets and pantry). We also would like wood plank floors, insulated walls and soundproofed ceiling. There will be a livingroom open floor plan. I hope that is enough for you to work with.
The basement was previously finished by the previous owner of the house. The job was disgusting at best. The basics are there but the layout and the quality of work is horrible. Currently you cannot access the basement without going through the laundry room, then the bedroom. The placement of the wall dividing the suite from the stairs is stupid(for lack of a better descriptor). The suite is a kitchen attached to the living room, a bathroom, a storage room and a very small bedroom. I would like to alter the layout to create more space in each room by moving a couple walls and possibly re-positioning the kitchen placement if possible. The floors need redoing and id like to set the place up to support a home theater. The bathtub and tiles require gutting and need to be redone. Depending on cost, replacement of the sinks, counters and all cabinets down there would be preferable. The whole suite is about 900-1000 sq/ft.
I am planning to remove an adjacent clothset wall to enlarge the bathroom. The job would also include the following; removal of wall mirror, removal of shower stall, removal of sink and counter, removal of flooring material, all drywall,paint and tiling work ,including bath/shower area with full-room floor drain. Install of; cabinate sink,bathtub with shower head, glass door for same. Thank you.
We are planning to have our unfinished basement developed in our 2 yr old home. There is approximately 1400sf to be finished. There is minimal framing required with the bulk of the work involving the finishing work, plumbing and electrical. We want to finish the basement to a high qualtiy and are looking for a contractor with access to top notch trades.
650 SF unfinished basement, currently plumbed for laundry room. with interior stud walls erected around laundry area. Floor is poured concrete. Wired for electrical and basic lighting.
Would like area to be finished with:
Minimum - flooring, walls framed in, insulation/vapour-barrier/drywall/paint, additional lighting/electrical outlets, baseboard heaters.
Nice to have - interior rooms walls/doors framed in/insulated/drywalled/painted, cabinetry, possible powder room rough-in.
We need to replace our hot water tank, which requires the movement of our furnace so it only makes sense to renovate the whole space, right?
Our basement laundry room in our 40 year old townhouse leaves everything to be desired. With the cabinets hung beyond a normal person's reach, 70's faux wood paneling and exposed pipes, it's basically a blank slate. We have the new washer and dryer all ready, but we need a room that we don't dread going into.
We also would like to look at the cost of extending the renovation to the rest of the basement, which is a cavern of faux wood paneling amazingness. There's a large rec room and a storage room (that we'd ideally like to convert to a bedroom). There's ugly old T-bar on the ceiling or just exposed joists throughout the basement. As an HGTV addict, these parts look like fairly superficial updates, but I'm far from a professional. That's why I'm here looking for some professional help!
Laundry room dimensions: 8' x 8'
Bedroom dimensions: 10' x 10'
Rec room dimensions: 19' x 12', 10' x 7' (L shaped room)
We would like to know costs to make these spaces more comfortable and functional so we can make an educated decision on how to move forward.
Oh, and we need to redo our kitchen and powder room too at some point, but at least they aren't stuck in the disco era.
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