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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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
Looking to have our bathroom renovated. Approximate space is 11' x 8'.
We would like the following completed:
- remove old vanity, tub/shower, toilet, lighting, tile & flooring.
- supply & install new double vanity with porcelain sink and granite counter-top
- supply & install new tile backsplash around vanity
- supply & install new tub/shower (soaker tub)
- supply & install new tile in tub/shower (12" x12" travertine with a 4" x 4" accent tile near the top)
- supply & install new elongated toilet
- supply & install new tile floor (different size than tub/shower tile, perhaps 6" x 12" travertine on diagonal)
- supply & install new lighting above vanity (2 brushed nickel fixtures, 1 above each sink)
- supply & install new pot lights in ceiling with dimmer switch (proper pot lights with metal box)
- supply & install new faucets (2 brushed nickel fixtures, 1 for each sink)
- supply & install new tub/shower handle, tap & shower head (brushed nickel fixtures)
- supply & install new 4" baseboard
- supply & install new crown moulding
- supply & install new casing around door & window
- paint all walls, casings, baseboard & crown moulding
- all plumbing to be done by licenced plumber, all electrical to be done by licenced electrician
- permit to be pulled if necessary
*** Looking for on-line estimate only at this point (please provide a price range for this project).
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.
Looking at replacing bathtubs in 2 bathrooms. Vanities, toilets will be removed, as a mater of fact there is one bathroom that is already at this state. Will be taking down the tile and drywall to have this replaced. You can bid to replace drywall and tile if you would like but please show as a separate price. Will probably have to do 1 at a time as I will need to have a working bathroom.
The age of the house is about 18 to 19 years old. Our concern is moisture. We want two types of quote: First, replacement of windows,
ceiling, walls & flooring. Second, is replacement of everything including
toilet, tubs, vanity and removal of shower stall. Walls should be tiled around 4 feet and floor tiles should be heated.
We have a twenty three year old house that is in need of a total renovation on our master bedroom ensuite.
The original tub with surrounding Tile Island, sink cabinet, mirror and light box are all still here.
We replaced the toilet about three years ago due to a crack in the original toilet tank. We also installed a quick fix, fiberglass and glass shower stall about five years ago.
The cheap shower stall now has a crack in the base and I think its time for a total renovation.
I've taken some time to think about what we need / want and have come up with the following:
New tiled shower stall - tiled from floor to ceiling in the corner of the bathroom, the other two sides would be glass doors also running the majority of the height of the shower stall. I would like the plumbing updated so we have a "rain effect shower head" as well as a hand held wand for ease in cleaning the shower.
New stand alone tub without the bulky ceramic island taking up all the floor space removed. The ideal floor would be a tile floor either ceramic or porcelain with a nuheat mat placed in the open space to heat the floor. There currently is an electric base board heater in the bathroom that may be able to provide a breaker for the heated floor.
New vanity and medicine cabinet, with a rimless sink, new framed mirror and updated lighting would be a welcome upgrade in this area. Of course all faucets would also need to be updated
The final touch would be a fresh coat of paint in a neutral colour. I'm also leaning towards neutral colours for the tiles for both the shower and floor, but not a solid colour something with some texture would be very pleasing to the eye.
The room is an odd shape with the area leading from the master bedroom being a rectangle and the area surrounding the tub a half octagon shape. The measurements at the widest and longest points are 117 inches from the door to the outside wall and 125 inches across the room. There are four new vinyl windows already in place in the area surrounding the current tub / island area.
We are currently unable to use the shower in this bathroom, but have the use of the shower in the main upstairs bathroom in the interim. So we would like to get started on this project as soon as possible.
I am can provide pictures of what the bathroom currently looks like as well as the ideas I've come across so far. I'm open to suggestions on how to make this an updated, workable bathroom that is pleasing to the eye and meets all our needs.
-replace existing tub/shower with new, including shower head and taps.
-replace/install existing one sink vanity with double sink vanity, new taps.
-install new tile or vinyl flooring in bathroom
-replace and install new toilet
-bathroom is approximately 12x8
second job - previous owner cut a hole in the wall where the second bedroom is supposed to be, so it is a walk through to the living room. (We plan on ripping out all of the carpet in the entire suite (not part of this quote). Once the carpet is out, We want the hole enclosed, drywalled and taped.
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