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Looking for a plumber to finish off plumbing in an unfinished basement bathroom. In-wall plumbing needs to be finished - installation of water lines for Toilet, Shower and Sink. Drains are already in place. Cold water and Hot water lines are already run using PEX tubing, just need to distribute the water to each fixture.
Our house is four years old and has a finished basement with a roughed in spot for a bathroom. We are looking for a quote on how much it might cost us to put a bathroom in. We will need to put up one wall and a door frame, and remove the carpet that exists there. The space is roughly 5 X 8ft.
framing mostly complete, looking for electrical and drywalling completion for basement (bedroom, laundry, storageroom, family room, furnace closet plus two more closet/storage areas, stairwell to basement). there is a roughed in bathroom which may or may not be included in project.
My bathtub was sprayed 5 yrs ago and is now peeling, the wall surround needs to be replaced also. I am selling my home in about 6 months so I need a repair that is not too expensive but will look good. I do not care if the tub is repaired by spraying or an insert or even replaced, which ever is the cheapest.
Could you please forward me a quote, thanks
I need the vanity and sink replaced in my basement suit and probably the floor will have to be retiled. I have mold on the bottom of the cupboard so thinking it may be leaking somewhere but it seems to be dry. Thinking maybe I could spend up to 2000. The bathroom is very small. Pipes may have to be replaced.
I recently moved into my apartment and have found that the tub faucet is horrible!!! The building was built in 1981. The faucet takes several turns to get the hot water coming out and the cold water when turned on comes out from the shower as well. The water spews out of the tap, it is just horrible.
The other part is that they had a plastic covering installed over the tiles in the shower/tub area. It doesn't cover the tub, it just goes around the tiles. I would love to have it removed and see what the issue was with the tile/have the tile reworked or used exsisting tile if they only covered it for looks.
I have never had to do a reno on an older place, and don't even know where to begin but use this tub every night for my son, so I would love to get it done as soon as possible!!!
Hi we are moving into a home in june and one en-suite bathroom is very tiny with an adjacent small walk in closet. My thinking is to knock wall between bathroom and closet and make one large bathroom. with either tub or stand shower, undecided.
toilet would probably stay where it it but looking to get an idea of what kind of price this project will take.
also i am more than willing to to some demo myself to save some here and there ,
not needing top of the line fancy stuff but good products.
we are cuurently wanting to do a bathroom remodel..the remodel is being instigated by the possibility of some water damage behind the shower wall and surrounding floor.
We have picked out all the stuff we would like to have put into the new bathroom(everything from paint, floor tile and toilet, etc. and just need a contractor to gut the old one and put in the new stuff.
We are unsure of if we should purchase the items and have them waiting for the contractors to install it, or if we should allow the contractor to pick it up and install it. We would also need to install a fan in the bathroom. i am unsure of the size, but if a contractor needs to come out, to give a accurate and detailed estimate, that would be fine.
Hello, my name is janet and I have a bathroom reno job I would like done and it is a nice job. I would like a new vanity, new raised toilet and a walk-in tub. I have seen these walk-in tubs and I would like to have one with air jets can someone please tell me or send me a quote by ther pictures I provide, please and thank you.
I need a bathroom renovation, with a mobility issue flavour. Currently, I have a corner shower that needs to come out and become a full width shower. One model that I am considering is made by Kohler and uses ZERO sealer on the component joints.
I need the plumbing moved and current valve system installed, WITH volume control.
I need a pocket door moved to do this and there is electrical switches that also would need to move.
I need toilet moved and heater vent moved. There is reasonable crawl space access, with rough concrete in space.
I need new vinyl (most likely) installed, and new painted trim.
I need the walls refinished, primered, painted in both the bathroom and bedroom.
I need to upgrade the fan to Nutone 200cfm unit.
6 x 10 main bathroom
Everything is out, walls, ceilings etc. (We can do some demo)
New tub, toilet, vanity, lights, fans and fixtures (supplied)
Vanity granite top to be installed
New ceramic floor and bathtub tile (supplied)
To be done end of June
Please give me and let me know what you think.
My bathroom is 5'X5'. There are tiles on the floor and partially on the wall which goes into the shower. Shower base is approximately 36"x36". I would like to keep the shower door and the base but would like to replace approximately 125 sqft area of tiles. The old tiles on the wall, shower and floor would have to be removed and install the new tiles that I will provide. I would also want old toilet and vanity removed as I will be providing new toilet and bathroom vanity.
A recent leak in a shower stall has leaked through to sub floor causing minor damage. Tiles had to be removed to find the problem. Now that everything has been taken apart we wish to have the bathroom at least partially redesigned. New tile, new counter tops, new fixtures,new shower enclosure and, of course, sub floor repairs. All of the existing tile has to be removed as well.
My bathroom has been demo'd need following work done:
Install gyproc in shower stall
Waterproof and install tiles on floor and walls if shower
Frame a seat and a shelf for shower stall and tile
Install shower door
Install bathroom vanity, sink and taps
Tile bathroom floor
Install light fixture
Install ceiling fan
Hang mirror and towel rack
Mud and paint bathroom walls
Install door (moved the location)
Build linen closet
Tile enterance way
Frame and gyproc a hall wall (behind shower stall)
Take out existing soaker tub , install a walk in shower. Replace tile flooring, and paint, depending on pricing may remove double sink counter in changing area as well as flooring. This is just the start, we plan to do reno in stages updating the other bath and visitor wash room next I'm willing to help with demo and paint.
Tub area 65" long X 45" wide
Room is 129" long X46 " wide
I would like my laminate counter tops to be replaced by quartz, wash basin, faucet, toilet bowl and the standing shower to be replaced in my master bedroom and the counter top, washbasin and toilet bowls replaced in the other two washrooms. I would like to keep the cabinets as is and have them repainted or have the door changed whatever is economical.
It's a townhouse and the second bathroom (on 2nd floor) need to be renovated. Details are as follows;
- Currently standard bath tub and completely need to be removed and replace the standard showerbase
- Need to re-tile the showerbase around wall
- Need floor tiles entire floor in the bathroom
- Need a holding bar in the showerbase
- I'm fine with puting shower curtain without a Glass door (will see/consider the pricing and safety)
- The twon house about 15 years old and the old tub and existing tiles (garbage) need to be removed
- The bathroon is stand size as we in the townhosue complex.
Reson for renovation the 2 seniors at home need easy access and walk in the shower area.
Hello, I have an odd shaped shower stall that needs to be taken out completely and re-done. It is all tile, base and walls. There may be some drywall re-structuring required. I would also like to have the flooring and toilet replaced but may have to do this in stages depending on cost.
We have 9 ft long, 8 wide bathroom, with entry door in the centre. On left side is shower of 32x32 size and 6 ft long vanity. Far right corner is Jukuzi of 64x64 size which need to be changed as the same got crack which is leaking.
Behind the entry door on right corner is Toilet seat.
We need idea how to fix the same at reasonable cost and giving value to the property.
completely renovate 2 bathrooms( replace drywall ).
1st bathroom - replace bathtub, toliet, sink, vanity and fixtures ( not very large app. 11' by 5 1/2' )
2nd bathroon - replace shower (tile),toliet, sink, vanity and fixtures ( not very lare app 13' x5' )
House app. 25 years old
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