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We are looking to renovate our master bathroom and walk in closet. We were possibly thinking of adding a skylight if within our budget. Our home is 8 years old.
-We would like to re-tile the floors and walls
-Remove the toilet in the master bath and put into a small closet, turning it into a water closet.
-Removing the current cabinetry and expanding the counter space and putting in an extra sink and new cabinetry.
-Change the shower into a rain shower
-We would like to take out a wall and expand the closet and re-frame the wall.
-Add cabinetry to the closet
-Add electrical work
-We would like to convert a small closet into a water closet by adding a toilet. Plumbing will be needed.
We are looking to renovate a 40 year old townhouse that has had virtually no updates. We would like to completely renovate both the main bathroom and powder room, replace flooring and trim throughout the bedrooms and living/dining room. The kitchen was renovated in the 1990s and we would like to know what could be done to update it without a full scale renovation but it isn't our intention to include it in this project unless the price is right. We have a tight timeline as our possession date is October 15th and we need to be moved in by November 12th. Our priority is the main bathroom and bedrooms by that date. Budget is $20-30k.
Built in shelving 3 shelves with 2 doors on bottom made of plywood (white) 36 wide approx & 3 ot 4 deep.
(3) bathrroms to tile. We would pick our tiles for the project. Replace old baseboards with tiles and transitions with wood.
Foyer, remove old tiles & replace with new ones.
Our total budget is $4,000.00 for this project, if you think you can do the job within our budget please reply to us.
Looking for someone to do the following,
Wheel chair access require repairs it was broken up -- approximately 8'x20' in size and 4X4
Siding on one corner of house has rotted due to grass line going past the foundation... 3foot high and possible 6foot in lenght
Deck support needs replacing
Water is making its way into the basement --- not fast but would like to find the cause and fix it
Also need a full bathroom reno to accomodate elderly parent - size of bathroom is 7X9 require a walk-in shower...
This is a 900 su ft suite. on 2 levels- 27 yrs old.. It has livingroom, kitchen, 1 and 1/2 bathrms and 2 bdrms. It has been gutted and needs some new floorboards- 1/3 maybe, gyproc and insulation for the bottom half of the walls, plumbing repairs possibly and new hot water baseboard heaters. .It also needs to have the tub and tile removed and new bathroom fixtures installed. I can do the electrical, painting, flooring and cabinets.
Online quote only at this time. If the quote is in the realm of possibility for me, I will request and official quote once I take posession.
866 sq ft condo. I want the carpet removed and replaced with laminate hardwood. The kitchen is only aproximately 10 linear feet that I would like replaced. If the price is right I may want new lino in the bathroom and kitchen. Or run the hardwood throughout. I would like the bathroom vanity replaced and possibly the bathtub which would obviously require retiling or something similar. Also all the electrical outlets are old and yellowed and should be replaced. If possible the entire unit painted as well however, I could do that on my own.
Again, depending on price there may be a little more to do, or a little less. The closets could have organizers put in and the sliding doors replaced. Clearly something that I could do later, but...again...if the price is right i will do it all in one shot.
Afterall, it is easier to pay someone to do it, before I move in, as opposed to doing it while I am there.
We need to get a new bathtub insert, five white wooden closet doors installed, a wood frame around dishwasher and outside yard gate replaced.
We are renovating townhouse to sell. If you could please give me a quote on these projects that would be appreciated.
Here are the measurements for the closets:
Front Hall 47"W x 77"H
Master bedroom 96"W x 94"H
Large bedroom 67"W x 94" H
Small bedroom 64"W x 94" H
These three above rooms do not have any headers for the closets, that's the total measurement from floor to ceiling. Each closet also has baseboard as well.
Front closet 48"W x 80"H
Linen closet 23"W x 80"H
These two have headers.
The yard gate from pole to pole measures 60"H x 60"W.
1250 Sq. Ft 1 level condo, second floor , needs carpets removed, decent quality engineered wood flooring (about 1000 sq/ft) with quality underlay, 250 sq ft vinyl flooring, remove wallpaper from 1/4 of the walls, paint entire suite, including crown moulding but not doors, replace kitchen countertops, approx 15' x 2.5 ft. Needs to be completed between Mar 13 and 31. Need ballpark estimate prior to setting up appointments for detailed quotes.
Looking to have built a free standing garage with a full upstairs office. Approx dimensions: Garage on slab: 26 ft wide x 40 ft long, upstairs approx same with interior staircase, two rooms plus 3 piece bath (shower stall, no tub), no kitchen, baseboard electric heat. Flat site, limited prep required before pouring pad. Services to connect from existing home approx 30 ft away.
Want to convert an approximately 400 sq. ft. garage into a livable space with electric heat. House is about 5 years old, garage is located at the front of the house. Would love to have a window installed at the side, or if we decide to remove the entire garage door and fill it in, then a window (or two) would be nice there. Would love to have it done before the end of the summer.
I need to know if I can move my washer & dryer to the upstairs bedroom (dryer is electric). I would like the following to be quoted:
-create a toilet closet in my ensuite (need to move the toilet from currrent location)
-build or instal new drawers/sink area in ensuite/create a vanity space with drawers
-extend our bedroom closet into the spare room (create a much bigger closet)
-convert the spare room into a laudry room
-move the washer and dryer upstairs
-build or instal cabintry into the new laundry room
-build seating/shoe holder in the old laundry room (transfer it to a mud room)
In a single family home need to extend the roof/floor between the walls above the family ropom to create another room. Currently the family toom on ground floor has three walls and the fourt side opens towards the kitchen. Once the ceiling/floor is laid it will align with the height of the kitchen ceiling.
The new room will essentially will be created using the space thta is currently part of the high ceiling room (family room). The new room will be on the 2nd floor.
This is a single family home.
The new room will be about 14X11.
Job involves layinh the joists, putting the ceiling thta aligns wih the exisitng ceiling, laying th floor. Electical outlets - installing a door.
We recently bought a coach house in Clayton area in Surrey. The problem is Garage, length wise is short that it barely fits a car. The reason is the stairs of the coach house on top of the garage has taken space from the garage. We would like a skilled contractor to come and have a look and provide us with so, union options and the budget.
I would like to convert the second half of my tandem garage into an office space with hardwood floor. I want to raise the floor about a foot off the ground so that both the entry into the house and exit out the backyard would be level with the office. I will then need a new exit into the garage from the office. My rough estimate of the space would be around 200 square feet. It does not need nor it is approved for electrical or heating. The only thing I may need is to find a light switch that will control the front of the the garage and the back of the garage separately. If you have more questions, please contact me for more information.
I am looking for a general contrator to work on constructing a space that complies with Fraser Health Authority codes, someone who is familiar with the food and service industry standards is a must. The space is 20ftX35ft and requies some finishing work and some minor carpentry work. I have a plumber that I would like to work with already so if that is not a problem for you please contact me and we can get to work. I am looking at completion of this project in a month if possible.
If you are familiar with City of Surrey building codes it's also a plus.
Wood frame , perimeter foundation, 6 "conc floor . 40w x 50 deep , 2000sq' . 14' ceiling ( car lift),4/12 pitch trussed roof( clear span) 16" centers with Dutch gables ( to match house). duroid shingles, 2x6 walls,plywood or OSB wall and roof sheeting, vertical siding style ,not cedar ( hardy board ? ) to match house. Insulated , gyproc walls and ceiling. 12x50 leantoo for parking , optional
2 -12x13 roll up doors. 2 36" man doors . 4 narrow windows high up on walls each side,( for natural lite, no access).
site conditions: 2 ' slope from rt rear corner to left front corner. Earth with small stones , drains well, up hill from house. Shop will be in left rear area of square 1 acre lot, house is on rt front . driveway acess is existing at left front corner .
Will have 120 A service ,220v for welder and compressor. Several plugs and switches at work stations . Overhead industrial lighting on 14 ' ceiling. washroom.
I need to move an exsisting door to the bottom of a staircase. I have a hallway that needs to be finished with jyprock and such and a byfold, slatted door to be installed and I am considering moving my laundryroom from the inside of the house into the carport, that is where the possible plumbing and electrica come in.
The house was built in 1987 and has slab settlement in utility room and laundry room area at basement. We will acquire it on Nov 19. We are looking for a general contractor to manage the project for us. It has the following rooms to be renovated (renovation requirements in parenthesis):
Main Floor Living Room 13' X 15' (oak hardwood floor, paint)
Main Floor Family Room 12' X 14' (oak hardwood floor, paint)
Main Floor Kitchen 12' X 10' (oak hardwood floor, paint)
Main Floor Dining 12' X 9' (light color tile, paint)
Main Floor Eating Area 9' X 12' (light color tile, paint)
Main Floor Master Bedroom 14' X 16' (oak hardwood floor, paint)
Main Floor Bedroom 11'6 X 12' (oak hardwood floor, paint)
Below Laundry 10' X 10' (light color tile, paint)
Below Entrance Hall 9' X 12' (light color laminate, paint)
Below Bedroom 9' X 15' (light color laminate, paint)
Below Den 9'6 X 8'6 (light color laminate, paint)
We also need to renovate two small size 3-piece bathrooms with new buthtub or shower. Besides, we need to convert the closet in the laundry room to a 3-piece bathroom .
The project is expected to start on Nov 20, and finish before Dec 15. We would like to pick materials by ourselves with your help. Your estimate is very appreciated. Thank you!
smaller kitchen-new cabinets,granite counters,sinks and faucets as well as light fixtures,new wall tiling, build new island
smaller 2 bathrooms-replace toilets,bathtubs and shower stall and sinks and faucets,granite counters, new tile flooring and wall tiling
carpets in 4 bedrooms 20x10,11x10,11x10,20x12 and hard would in hallway, fam room and stair case aprox 400sq ft
paint whole house 2250 sq ft, add crown mouldings and base boards thru out, change light fixtures aprox 8
replace window casings on 8 small-mid size windows
the house was built in 1988 and is in good condition with some renos already done, we dont want to use the cheapest materials but also not the most expensive either. thank you
Prior to moving into this home that we have purchased our object is as follows:
1) Enlarge some rooms. (This will involve removing and disposing of certain non-load-bearing walls, plus realigning one small wall and then building approximately 20' of new walls). Tested - Asbestos Free. (Report can be supplied).
2) Remove the cove portion of the ceiling in the present 10'x12' dining room so that it matches the ceiling level of the present adjacent living room when the area is opened up.
3) Remove & dispose of present one piece bath enclosure & then rebuild as a walk-in shower in the main bathroom.
4) Build a new shower (in the powder room after it is enlarged).
4) Remove a window in the East Wall & enlarge the opening. Supply & install a 70" sliding Patio Door Set in place of the window
5) Supply & install new pot lights & electrical switches & receptacles.
We need it to be ready for move-in on JUNE 30/16
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