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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. :)
I need to have some 2 x 3" framed walls made for a tradeshow booth. I will requite 6 x 4' x 8' walls and 3 x 2' x 8' walls. They will need to be covered in 1/4" plywood. I realize that it is a simple job but I'm new to Vancouver and don't have the resources at my disposal to make them myself. i will need them completed by Sept 10th.
Please let me know if this is possible.
I want to change an existing door to a study den to a sliding door to create more space in the room. I am thinking of using the Kris Track system since it's more economical. To do so, I'm considering one of the two options: 1) Remove the door frame, which is currently protruding out of the wall by 5/8", apply the Kris track system above using L bracket, then put a valiance on top to cover the Kris track; OR 2) leave the door frame in place, but then I'll have to put a small beam above it so it gives enough allowance to mount the Kris track, then finish it with a valance to cover the Kris track and the beam.
The more expensive, but perhaps easier option, is to use one of the European barn door track system. This way, I won't need to build a valance to cover the track system as it is so beautiful to look at. I'd like to have a quote to see how much a project like this will cost. Thank you.
We are a construction company looking for framers, or framing companies to quote on a variety of large scale projects in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley to work with us throughout our 2018 projects.
Other trades also needed, drywalers/tapers, siding, roofing, tile setters and painters.
I am looking for a framing team to conduct a reframing job on the house I will begin a reno project in in January.
I have a complete set of drawings and permits on the way. I will have 3 new footings poured in preparation for the reframing work, which is outlined below:
* Anchor to new footing
* build shear wall, two storeys
* anchor to second floor
Second floor supports and beam in new footing:
* install new posts
* use steel i-beam for new second floor support (~23 feet (~$700 from metal supermarkets))
New loft space at rear of house
* remove existing floor
* frame up open floor space
New rear large windows
* remove existing wall
* frame up new window space
* frame to allow for install of rear area canopy
* install new large windows
* remove existing
* open space for new stairs
* frame space for new stairs
* install new stairs (design to be determined)
I can share drawings with you and we can discuss timeframe and costs, as well as expectation from me and you.
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