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I am looking for someone to drop my ceiling in my condo downtown with sound rails approx 1.5 inches over 80% of the ceiling and 4 inches in the kitchen area in a concrete tower downtown. There would be a 5 inch reveal around the perimeter as a detail. The 5 inch detail would need to be scraped or skimcoated flat as well. Excellent huge bay access to the building and a large dedicated service elevator downtown Seymour and Robson St. All 1/2 drywall with permits on the job I would have to call for a framing inspection. Any idea the cost per square foot in a 700 sq ft condo that has very little furniture?
We have a gap of just over one foot between a cement pillar and a window. This gap is the only thing preventing an office from being private, so we'd like a fill of drywall, or something similarly professional looking, to create privacy and a bit of a sound barrier. There is a wrap-around radiator that does pass through this space.
Our company is renovating a house in Langley and we are removing all ceilings and removing and adding walls and need drywall repairs along with new drywalling throughout. Please contact me to come out next Tuesday around 1 pm to quote on the job. We are a design company that is always doing a major project. We just finished an $8M home and are always interested in trying out new trades.
Have a 27' x 13' ceiling that needs to have drywall installed, taped and mudded. The connection the walls is not required. I am also considering enclosing the furnace and hot water tank - this would required framing and drywall installation and finishing. Space for bi- fold doors would need to be considered and allowed for.
Looking at installing 5/8" with sound proofing bars - believe they are called resilience bars.
I had a professional team take out the wall between my kitchen and dining room. Now that I have had time to see how we use the space and to research some of the existing wiring, I am ready to finish it off. I am looking to have one part of the wall (by the counter) framed off so I can be finished. Then I would like about 3.5 feet of wall framed back in on the other side of the opening. (We discovered the telecommunication and electrical conduit would not be worth moving). I would like the 3.5' wall strong enough to hold cabinets in future. It looks like the existing electrical can just be hung back up - it is in conduit.
I am also considering removing my sunshine ceiling. It might make sense to skimcoat the ceiling and do the walls in here at the same time.
This is in a concrete 1970s highrise in Kits. I have a permit.
If this goes well, I have other projects that you could do. But I need to work around my family and would like to get this project signed off by the City before getting into anything else. :)
My fiance and I recently bought a townhouse downtown and have a few odd home repair jobs we would like to source. They include the following:
Install baseboards - we are having carpet / tile ripped up and replacing it with engineered hardwood.
Cut & replace damaged doors - 2 doors were damaged by the previous tenant and need replacing.
Small framing & drywall job - There's a small corner/indent about 3x2 in the master bedroom we would like to frame and drywall so that the room is square.
Cock bathtub - a few small holes present needs a once over
Minor fix of garberator - it works but is really loud, I think the blade may be bent and is dragging.
Bathroom door slider - needs some adjustment won't close flush
Fix drywall on stair railing - pressure from people putting weight on the railing has pulled a small hole in the drywall. Will probably need to be cut and replaced with some kind of mechanism in place to distribute the load so it doesn't happen again.
Are you able to do some/all of these jobs? Approximately, how long will you take and do you have availability Sept 12 - Sept 19? What are the rates?
Kitsilano (near 16th and Arbutus).
An electrician will be doing some work on Friday July 27 in the bathroom, and will need to cut a bit of the ceiling and the wall in one or two places, in order to install a fan (ceiling), an extra switch (inside bathroom) and humidistat (outside bathroom). Could you patch these drywalls appropriately, and advise me on painting (or paint them yourself)? The ceiling has some kind of a rough texture (stucco?) to it; I don't know how to reproduce that.
I'd like to have this all squared away asap, as new tenants move in on Aug 1. So ideally you could do the work on Monday the 28th (or even, if the electrical work is done by midday on Friday, that afternoon).
I'll appreciate a reference to a client who's had you do something very similar.
We are reno'g a 500 ft2 2nd floor apartment in Vancouver. I have completed the demo, redone both plumbing and electrical and installed insulation and vapour barrier. I am looking for a contractor to drywall and tape the complete apartment. The wall area is 1400 ft2 and the ceiling area is 530 ft2. The ceilings are all 9ft high. Approximately half the board will be applied to 2x4 walls with studs on 24" centers (rough cut 2x4) with the remainder going over existing 3/4" x 3" tongue and groove board walls. Access is straight set of stairs from the street.
I am looking for a drywall finisher to skimcoat the concrete ceiling (about 1200 square feet) in my condo. This ceiling previously had a popcorn finish that I removed. I also removed a few bulkheads from the ceiling, so these areas that don’t have the white finish over the concrete.
I also have some drywalls walls that need to be tape, mud and readied for painting. If the job can be done sooner than later, than I could have some walls that would need to be drywalled as well.
On a different area of work, I am also looking for someone to install the engineer hard-wood flooring and underlay (~1200 square feet) in my suite.
We have been cheated by our contractor and he has taken off with all our material, and money.
This is a commercial renovation. for a tech office use.
All electrical is ready, plumbing is prepped, framing is done, permits are in place but the fixtures, drywall and cosmetic finishes are still left and need someone to urgently complete the project.
We have a 2 week timeline on this as we've been paying a mortgage for 2 months now and unable to use our office space.
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