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I would imagine this would be a small and easy job if you have all the right tools. I am looking to have a baby gate installed at the top of the stairs in my house. Since I have metal railing on one side and wall on the other, wood will need to be sized and attached to the metal in order to install the gate. A few peices of wood may be needed to get the right installation, because I may need to install wood onto the wall just to get an even surface. After we are able to attach wood to either side then it would just be a simple hardware installation from there, which would require a drill. I would be open to someone coming out to look at the place of installation and give me an accurate quote as long as it would be free of charge(for the quote). I would prefer to find someone who has experiance with these type of things, but so far I haven't found anything out there. HELP. I need to keep my baby safe from the stairs.
I need a part of the wall (1 m. Long) in my kitchen cut to the countertop hight. The other, bathroom wall, about 2 meters long needs to be moved 0.5 meters to make the bathroom wider. There is no plumbing, electric or tile on the wall. I need both walls to be prepared for painting.
My kitchen does not have a dishwasher but is plumbed for it. The kitchen cabinet would need to be removed to install the dishwasher and then when the dishwasher is installed the cabinet area would need to be finished so that it looks like the rest of the cabinets again. I would like to get a quote and am in North Surrey.
My condo is only 830 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It's small for 5 people living in it and we already ran out of storage. My fireplace in the living room has an awkward design taking too much space in the already small area. I want to replace my carpet flooring with laminate all throughout; and the kitchen part with big tiles. I want to encase my fireplace with a customized cabinet that can also provide me with more storage. I also want undermount sink and granite countertop and new backsplash.
Our dryer has been vented under the crawl space and is plugged (too many 90 degree turns); all dryer repairmen recommended venting the air to the closest wall, on the ouside of the house. We need someone to drill the hole and install the vent for porper air flow. The house is stucco, 28 years old in South Surrey.
Request for Quotation
July 19, 2010
1. Repair vehicle damage to the balconies of units 6 & 7
2. Install all missing / damaged below grade downspouts
3. Supply and install missing rear exterior lights on units 8, 9, 13, 14, and 15 with units matching others installed in complex.
4. Supply and install missing vinyl soffits throughout complex
5. Repair damaged, buckled or loose vinyl soffits throughout complex
6. Preparation and painting of all wood fences
Quotations should be submitted in writing, including detailed and itemized cost listings of all parts, labour, and supplies required to complete the above listed work to a reasonable quality standard. Any taxes, if applicable should be listed separately.
Accepted bidders will be required to produce proof of liability and worker's insurance before the commencement of work.
Submissions will be accepted until August 27, 2010.
Work should be completed before the end of September 2010.
A corner shower stall unit, glass door and two glass walls, needs to be removed and replaced with a similar stall. The current problem is that water is leaking past the glass/plastic frame and is beyond re-calking. Part of the gyprock wall on one side will also have to be repalced. The plumbing is not a problem.
The leak originates from the initial installation which was not done correctly.
I need some work at my house done between Dec 8 and 12, 2015 and they are as below :
1. Replacement of drywall (60cm from bottom) in my shower booth due to moisture.
2. 40 gallon hot water tank replacement (gas)
3. Garburator installation
4. New carpet(with decent cushion and water proof underlay) / or equivalent quality of laminate (~ 1,000 sf)
Please indicate which item can be done at what cost. I will provide picture for item #1 & 2 for better estimated if needed.
We need to finish some drywall in a small basement cubby area, and then install one long kitchen counter with a sink and cupboards below, for renting international students to use. Nothing too fancy, but durable, and economical. Bathroom is already on opposite side of wall so access to plumbing is there. Concrete floor. Would like an idea of most economical way to complete this project.
30 year old house needs some TLC to get it ready to show.
Kitchen lino needs to be replaced.
Countertop chips on edge fixed or countertops replaced.
Kitchen backsplash or edging.
Stove Vent - the old one should be replaced with a shiny new one.
Oak railings - need chips on edges fixed.
Walls - chips on the edges filled and touch up paint.
Utility room painting, new knobs put back on the cupboards.
Door - one door replaced, one door painted.
Front door - chipped edges smoothed.
Leaky faucet in the bathroom fixed.
Brown stain on one edge of sink taps fixed, or sink replaced.
As you can see, it's just room-by-room fixing up the odds and ends and perhaps suggesting what can't be economically fixed and should be replaced. It's a tough one to try and estimate time and budget, so perhaps an hourly rate could be agreed upon.
We are a 24 unit townhouse complex in Surrey which was built in 1993. Some of the trim and fascia boards need replacement. We know of some boards that need replacing but would like a contractor to do a walk around and recommend any additional boards that would need to be done. We would appreciate the work taking place in early September.
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