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We have a house built in 1912. I would like to put in hydronic radiant heating. We need to dig down 16 in or so to give us room for the heating and to provide generous headroom. As the house is so old it is a good bet that the foundation walls don't extend that far. After talking with a structural engineer, the suggestion is to replace the foundation by taking 4 ft sections around the perimeter at a time. So basically 2 stages. I would like an experienced cement contractor. Existing foundation is 33' x 22'
-Unknown leak coming from the bath tub on the faucet side.
-Had it repaired once already and the leak is still there. He repositioned the glass and re caulked the whole door. Sometimes I hear weird noises coming from pipes behind wall.
-Had the new drywall as seen in photo tiled over, but can see the water damage on tile already again after two and half weeks.
-Had a new reno done recently and they installed a metal frame glass shower door. Need to know the ROOT of the problem.....where is the leak coming from.
My condo's bathroom and entrance way was flooded by my upstairs neighbor. The area has been dried out, holes drilled, ceiling and affected drywall removed, etc, but restoration work now needs to be done. I'm looking for a quote on the following work:
* Supply and install batt insulation where removed
* Drywall patch, ready for paint above entry door
* Repair drill holes
* Texture blend
* Paint east wall complete
* Paint ceiling - 2coats
* Install new ceiling light fixture (owner to supply)
* Prep and reset baseboards
* Prep and reset casing
* Supply and install batt insulation where removed
* Supply & install € drywall - supply, hung, taped, floated, ready for paint - ceiling
* Supply & install € waterproof cement board - tub & surround
* Remove & dispose of existing tub
* Remove & dispose of existing sink, taps, countertop and vanity cabinet
* Install new bathtub (owner to supply one white American Standard Cadet baked enamel standard 5' bathtub)
* Supply & install medium gloss white ceramic tile to tub surround from tub deck to ceiling with a single row 3 pieces high of decorative border tile located approximately 2/3 of the way up from the tub deck, white soap dish and white schluter at tile wall edge (Owner to supply tiles & soap dish. Contractor to supply grout, schluter, & other supplies)
* Reconnect plumbing for tub and shower
* Install vanity cabinet with integral countertop/ sink and taps (owner to supply from IKEA)
* Connect vanity taps and sink drain with new supply lines
* Install new toilet (owner to supply)
* Paint the walls and ceiling - two coats
* Prep and reset baseboards
I am a renter in a top floor one bedroom suite. Having to move in a hurry, we took this place in mid-October even though there was visible damage to the bathroom ceiling. We were assured that it would be cleaned up by our move-in date on November 1st. The job that was done by one of the owner's "guys" was reckless, and once the rain started the water continued to leak through their "fix" because the actual problem (leaking roof) was not addressed. Since then the roof has been patched and everything was dry (until today, though the moisture on the ceiling is minimal compared to what it was). I am hoping that if it is a very minor leak, not having a gaping hole in our ceiling will cause the water to at least stay out of our suite (but I don't really know how these things work).
What we are looking for is someone to fix the damaged ceiling, paint the bathroom, and apply vinyl tile to the floor. There is a bit of water damage to the floor so that may need to be addressed as well but most of the floor is fine. There is also some minor clean up from the previous job.
We need convert the existing bathroom to a wet room. It is a very tiny room. The tub needs to be taken out. The room needs to be water proofed and the floor slanted. Water will go down the existing drain. There isnt enough space to open the door so I'm hoping to repace the regular door with a sliding/pocket door.
I have a small bathroom in a condo built in 1974 that I own in Vancouvet. I would like to have a new bathtub, shower, toilet and vaniety along with new tiles on the floor and around the tub- ideally I would supply the materials like tub, toilet and tiles and you would install - and take out old tub, and tiles.
We have a small bathroom in a 1 br apartment in Coal Harbour. We had a new countertop put in less than a year ago, so that we'd like to keep. We want a new bathtub and tile enclosure, and would like a new tile floor at the same time, as well as new toilet. If possible to put in new cupboard while keeping countertop and sink (granite) then we are interested, otherwise we keep that part. It's a small bathroom.
we have to remove old porcelain tiles about 40sq ft and install new marble tiles. remove the vanity with single sink and install new vanity with two sinks, remove wall mirror,prepare wall for a picture mirror. Prepare walls for painting and do the walls painting in the washroom. Fix leaking shower door and repair one sliding door. Quality of work is very important. Disposal of old material.
I am in need of someone to reno my bathroom, and to have it complete by the end of Aug.
Brief details are as follows:
-Remove tub and replace with a full tile walk in shower with frameless glass door.
-Replace vanity and toilet.
*I have already picked out and purchased the new vanity and the tiles.
*No electrical is required.
*No painting is required.
*Condo is empty now & until the end of Aug.
I also need new baseboards and door casings installed, but that is not as important.
Please let me know Roughly how much this would cost.
The space is small and the layout won't change but the bathroom needs redone. Id like to tile most of it and replace my sink and vanity. I may need new drywall as the walls are lath and plaster. I have an old claw foot tub that needs refinished and I think the plumbing needs updated. Toilet could be replaced. The floor is good the way it is. I did post a few months ago but now we are ready to move forward so please respond again.
Demo and disposal of existing bathroom walls, floor and all fixtures.
Complete all required rough-in electrical and plumbing to accommodate new toilet location, double sinks, urinal, G.F.C.I. and lighting (locations to be confirmed).
Re-frame walls for a larger bathroom with a new pre-hung 36" right-hand door kit with a lock-set and self-closure.
Prep and install commercial grade vinyl floor tiles throughout new bathroom with 6" rubber base cove trim.
Install w.c. metal wall and door kit as per drawing.
Finish all walls and ceiling with 1/2" drywall - finished to a "paint-ready" stage.
Install covetop with double sink and one-handled faucets.
Install commercial grade wall urinal with privacy screen at both sides.
Install two wall mirrors and new flourescent lights at two locations. Install commercial-grade toilet kit.
Install new exhaust fan at toilet ceiling with all required vent work and hard-wired to light switch.
Prep and paint entire new bathroom - two coats - any colour.
Final details to be confirmed.
Plan to renovate two bathrooms on the second floor of my 18 years old duplex. One is 8' X 5' and the other one is 8' X 6'. For smaller one, plan to replace tub, bathtub wall , toilet and basin vanity. For the bigger one, plan to change the tiles only. Currently both bathrooms are using elctricity heater on the wall, plan to convert to floor heating,
Original bathrrom needs updating, require tub, toilet, vanity all to be replaced along with subfloor. Currently have lino on floor but had a leak from shower door and had some swelling on subfloor. Have basic 30" x 60" steel tub but would like to possibly go with an acrylic tub. All new tiling in bath area along with floor would be required.
Also, need to have a fan installed. Currently there is a heat light in the centre of the room but would like to replace this with a fan.
Fully renovate bathroom (except electrics).
Client to supply: Bathtub and faucet, vanity unit with sink and faucet, toilet, 30 sq. ft. of floor tiles (12"x12" granite), 60 sq. ft. of wall tiles, paint for walls and ceiling.
Contractor to supply all other materials including wax seal and plumbing consumables; "fiber rock tile backer boards" (for tub surround - 6 sheets of 5'x 3'); mud and sand for repairs to drywall, ready for painting and tiling; base board, thin set, grout and sealer.
Contractor to install customer supplied bath and toilet; tiles in tub area (also finish tile edges using Schluter jolly trim); "Granite" floor tiles at 45 degree angle; " Ikea" vanity unit; hard ware such as towel rails, toilet roll holder and mirror.
Contractor to supply and install new base board and door trim flat type 3 1/2 X 5/8 casing.
Painting of all walls and ceiling using customer supplied paint (primer and two top coats contractor to supply rollers and brushes).
Note that bathroom has been partially demolished. Still required to remove remaining drywall around tub area, scrape all glue residue from vinyl floor remains, remove toilet. Removal of drywall in tub area down to bare studs, scrape floor down to substrate (removal of all remaining vinyl floor residue) and dispose of waste materials.
I have a hole in the wall of my shower...it has been there for approx 6 years...I have it taped off...and i don't really use the shower much...I need a complete bathroom reno...tiny condo bathroom (complex built in 1983)
The bathroom is approx 4' by 7' (pretty standard)
I'd like to utilize some space between the studs...for storage.
Would like lighting in the tub area.
For materials, I want to go mid range...it is only a one bedroom condo...so don't feel i need high end fixtures. I would like quartz counter top i think, and good tiles in shower surround. I do need some help with design.
Because of the hole in wall, i think i need to gut bathroom (Toilet does not work any way...so the sooner the better for change is good)
I have savings set aside, and am ready to go ahead (have been for years, just not the time to find a contractor)
i am attaching a photo...everything goes... would like a new bathroom!
I need to get the toilet and sink in my bathroom changed. I've got the new ones and need you to remove the old ones and replace them. here are the dimensions;
My schedule is flexible, are you going to get rid of the old ones or I need to do so after the job's been done? When is the earliest date you can do the job and how much will it cost?
I want to replace tile, shower vinyl base to tiles, sliding shower door instead of open, replace shower head, floor, sink and half of the wall with tiles, toilet. The bathroom is working right now, but I just want a new look. The bathroom is approximately 59 inches wide and 96 inches long.
Please let me know how much will the labour cost.
Owner occupied condo bathroom renovation:
- room size approximately 6'-0" x 10'-0"
- trades required: drywall, ceramic tile, plumbing, painting, electrical, flooring
Work description and materials:
- building hallway dust and dirt control and protection to conform to the strata's requirements
- in suite dust control
- re-tile tub/shower enclosure with ceramic tile
- possibly a new acrylic tub, Existing tub is an unusual 5'-10" long.
- new mixing valve and shower controls
- new toilet
- possibly a new vanity cabinet 4'-0"
- new vanity solid surface counter top with molded sink,
- new mirror and lighting
- new towel bars
- new electric base board heater
- new flooring
- new baseboard trim
We are renovating a bathroom in a 2nd story suite of a 14 story concrete building. We need to install the bathtub, toilet and shower fittings. We may upon strata approval want to change the poly pipe to flex piping. We would like to know the feasibility of installing a ventless laundry system into the kitchen stack. the suite is under renovation and work is only permitted Monday to Friday.
80 sq foot bathroom
- existing washroom wall mudroom/garage wall
- bathroom vanity, cabinets in garage/mudroom.
- washer, dryer and deep sink.
- new bathroom wall.
- install door in new wall.
- baseboard and casing
- new vanity
- rewire lightswitch to new location.
- re-install washer, dryer, deep sink, vanity sink in new location.
- moisture resistant drywall in new bathroom
-regular drywall in garage and mudroom.
Patching and filling were needed.
- new washroom.
- mudroom and garage walls.
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