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Condo will be brand new. Project entails taking off the baseboards and carpet removal. Sub-flooring likely needs to be levelled out for imperfections in the concrete. Please quote for installation of glue and float engineered hardwood product to be provided. Baseboards to be replaced after flooring is completed. Bedroom and living room are attached through standard size doorway so preferably a seamless transition b/w rooms.
Living room - Is a rectangle space approximately 11'x20' with a 1' diameter structural pole in the corner of the living room.
-Bedroom - is a square shape approx. 12'x10' with a closet space.
Please let me know if additional information is required.
We are buying a new condo. The first level is hardwood, while the second level is carpet. We would like to remove the carpet on the second level and replace it with hardwood to match the first level. Total square footage of second level is about 700 square feet. Depending on cost we may or may not want to replace the carpet on the stairs with hardwood as well.
1 bdrm apt.
flooring as above PLUS:
remove current carpeting and vinyl flooring from kitchen/bthrm.
dismantle and remove current kitchen cabinetry,
install new kitchen cabinets
if budget allows:
remove current sink, tub, vanity and toilet from bathroom and install new. Tile 50% of bathroom walls.
Sorry, I have no pictures.
We need to uncover original hardwood flooring in 1950's bungalow. 3 rooms have linoleum over top of floor, we will need that removed. We have moved and removed walls in the house and closed up a staircase and will also need to patch these areas with matching wood, probably at least 40 square feet. Finally we would like to have the floors sanded and refinished.
My tenant scratched a number of floorboards in my condo in Vancouver. I have some replacement floorboards that the owner left years ago when I bought the condo.
The floor was done in cherry, Brazilian hardwood I believe (very thin floorboards).
Would it be possible to replace just the scratched up floorboards - maybe 15-20 of them? If so, what would that cost run? They are quite thin, so I'm not sure if sanding / staining would be the best option and would match the other floorboards, but please let me know.
I purchased a small condo and would greatly appreciate if someone could do the following project for a reasonable price. Unit is 597 square feet + solarium 80 square feet.
Currently there is linoleum flooring in the bedroom and tiles are on the floor elsewhere. I would like to:
1. Add engineered hardwood floor all over the unit except in the kitchen, bathroom and solarium (if your quote is reasonable, then feel free to put hardwood in solarium, too); and
2. Paint the walls.
I would appreciate approximate price OR if you need to see this unit to give me your exact price, my possession date is Nov 16th. Please let me know if you are interested.
I am reasonable to work with.
Thank you a lot for reading
I'm wondering what you would charge to lay 850 sq ft of solid hardwood flooring and how long the project would take? We are just trying to get some ideas on pricing and completion time.
The space is just one large room in a light commercial office space (photo attached) with a level concrete subfloor. We are curious what you recommend as a hardwood brand using Oak.
We are also interested in the same quote for an engineered wood floor and also what brand you'd recommend. And, what would your process and timeline be for the engineered floor install?
So in summary, please provide:
• Price per sq ft for install (hardwood/engineered)
• Estimated materials cost (hardwood/engineered)
• Timeline for job completion
• Recommended brand for Hardwood/Engineered
Thanks a lot!
We need two jobs done.
Hardwood floors laid in two bedrooms (9x10 and 10x13).
Including baseboards. Carpet needs to be removed. Must be able to work around some of the furniture (these rooms are upstairs -- difficult to move some of the furniture downstairs -- can move some of it outside if it's not raining).
Not looking for anything fancy, just decent quality hardwood (or even laminate/engineered) flooring.
Also want to replace the carpet runner on our stairs.
Please send me your quotes with and without flooring/carpet. Would like this work done in the next month.
I would like to enquire about getting our house floor re done. Currently it is Pine wood and leaks if anything spills onto it. We want to get an estimate or suggestions on how we can go about sealing or re flooring this house. If you could get back to me and/or make arrangements to come view the floor it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you kindly.
Install Laminate flooring.
Golden Select - Costco laminate flooring needed to be installed. Condo about 900 sq feet. All areas have been cleared down to only the concrete, except 1 of the bedrooms has carpet, and hall way has vinyl. Carpet and vinyl will need to be ripped out. Base boards will need to be taken out in order to do job. Please email quotes. Thanks.
- Condo: 597 sq/f. + 80ft Solarium.
- Ground floor.
- Built: 1979.
- Concrete building.
- Currently, ceramic tiles are installed over linoleum except in bedroom.
- The floor in the living room is uneven due to settling on the building (no cracks, structurally sound).
What needs to be done?
- Level the floor where required with the levelling compound.
- Install Laminate flooring everywhere EXCEPT in the bathroom and solarium. You don't have to install laminate below appliances as this place is not visible.
- Install wide flat baseboards.
The unit bedroom is located over a parking garage, so the new subfloor needs insulation.
Then the existing laminate flooring needs to be replaced. This area has been remediated from water ingress.
I would like pre-quote inspections on Thur.,
Aug. 6th or Fri., Aug. 7th; between 10AM-4PM.
- Approximately 650sq ft. total coverage.
- I would like to have my hallway, living room, kitchen and bedroom fitted with laminate.
- The floor is currently covered by carpet.
- The apartment is about 50 years old and has settled so there will probably be some sort of floor leveler needed.
- I am going to sell the house so i'm not interested in the highest quality laminate, just something that is durable enough to last 20-25 years.
Will you offer me a quote?
Below is a link to the floor plan of myclick here looking to have the laminate flooring replaced in the unit approximately 300 sq. ft. and new baseboard installed throughout. Currently the Kitchen, Entry, Entry Closet and Bathroom are tiled and the Living/Dining, Bedroom and Bedroom Closet are laminate. The tiled area will remain untouched other than baseboards.
I would like an estimate for just the installation of the laminate, underlay and baseboards.
I will provide the following materials:
- Laminate from King of Floors: 12.2mm - Wide Plank - Brushed Beech (L-12-82014-162)
- Underlay from King of Floors
- 1/2" x 4 1/2" Primed Baseboards
Existing baseboard, underlay and laminate will be already be removed from suite along with furniture and interior doors prior to the start of the job
Please provide an estimate for the job, along with a projected amount of time to complete, I can pay cash if preferred.
Looking to level approx 700 sq hardwood on main floor. Would like to remove existing floor (I think we would try to do this to salvage the wood) and then have someone come in to level the sub floor - there is a corner of the house that dips about 2 and a 1/2 inches. Hopefully then we would use that wood to install over top. Wondering what the cost would be broken down by levelling and then installing hardwood. Thanks!
I would like to remove the carpet in 2 big rooms in my house and replace it with laminated wood floor - color i am interested in is cherry to match another floor in my home. the sizes are as follows:
- one room is 16' x 12' and the other is 24' x 12'.
- there are also 3 big steps 6 ' long each and another 2 steps 3' each
The house walls are in good condition, but would like to give it clean up coat, fill the holes from previous wall hanging .. etc. to look nice for new tenants. I can't tell the measurements of the walls but its a 18,00 sq ft space
I am looking for good work with attractive price. At least 3 clients references are required.
I recently purchased an apartment in a Vancouver downtown strata. The building is about 10 years old. The carpets are currently torn and cut. I would like to put in new laminate floors, for the bedroom and living room, which opens into each other, with no doors. The size of the apartment is approx. 490 sq foot. For the kitchen and bathroom, I would like to run tiles, for easy cleanups. The kitchen, right now, is of laminate flooring.
located at Boundary & Kingsway, upstairs is covered with Oak Hardwood flooring about 800 sq ft, except the kitchen & bathroom.
I would like to have all damaged repair, please quote the following:
1) Sliding door entrance area from the front balcony.
They put towel and that is the dog's sleeping area, it is moldy black
2) Near the sliding door there is a fire place, there are scratches next to the fire place flooring and moldy black at the footing of their TV shelving, I am not sure if that mold caused by dog pee.
3) Not far from the fire place there are 2 areas moldy black, which is end of their sofa area
4) The other far end of the sliding door entrance, there is an area with scratches because another sofa footing has no felt protection, and next to the scratches there is black moldy spot about 6€ in diameter.
5) There are other scratches area in the living room.
Help! I have two rooms that need the existing engineered hardwood flooring removed and new engineered hardwood (which I have) laid. The first room is 10 ft by 13ft. The second room is 10ft. by 9ft. The transitions will be needed for moving into tile floor in both rooms and the wooden moulding will need to be replaced please. Would you be able to give me some idea as to cost for removal and installation?
It's the 2nd half of my insurance claim for repair and/or replacement of my neighbor's flooring directly below me and my own flooring. Her place was 1st and is all bought and paid for but my place is yet to be done and I need a free reasonable quote to be submitted to the Co-op where I live and to the insurer and the sooner the better. I'm lousy with measurements but my unit is supposed to be just under 600 sq. ft. and the laminate does not cover the bathroom or kitchen so it's not exactly a huge job. I don't know what kind of laminate I've got but being a Govt. subsidized housing co-op I imagine it's pretty cut rate stuff.
It's a 14 year old concrete building with leaks of one kind or another everywhere. In my case the damn toilet leaked from under the throne and Co-op policy demands replacement of at least some of the flooring due to health concerns at a later date.
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