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Basement bathroom (approx. Dimensions 6' x 7') :
Old bathroom fixtures removed (ie all drainage is in place and should be usable),
New walls installed on 2 sides, one wall to abut outside concrete wall (one existing wall is ok) , enclose/finish ceiling. Finish and paint all surfaces. (contractor to provide paint)
Install linoleum floor on top of existing concrete floor,
Install new shower (pre-manufactured kit provided),
Install new toilet,
Install a new sink/vanity combo (28in.W x 19in.D x 36in.H)
Purchase and install two pot lights and
Install one new over vanity wall mount light (provided)
Install mirror over vanity
Spare basement bedroom (approx dimensions 9' x 15'):
Remove partial existing interior wall
Finish one wall (wall exists but needs gyp, finishing)
Paint all walls (contractor to provide paint)
Install two standard passage doors with frames.
Install carpet and underlay (same dimensions as room)
Basement recreation room (approx dimensions 17' x 13'):
Install carpet and underlay (same dimensions as room)
Paint 3 of 4 walls (contractor to provide paint)
Main floor kitchen (approx dimensions 157 sq ft.):
Purchase and install new linoleum
Fix small holes in kitchen ceiling, finish and paint ceiling
Remove two counter tops and install new tops (already purchased)
Remove panel siding (dimensions 12' x 8' ), finish wall where removed and paint (contractor to provide paint)
Basement laundry room (approx 123 sq. Ft.)
Install new linoleum over existing surface
I am taking over a cafe space and will need to renovate the current kitchen.
Work will most likely involve knocking out part of a small wall area and possibly the counter areas, and rebuilding.
Will be best to come take a look at the space, some time in next couple of days and give me an estimate on pricing and length of time needed to complete project.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
We need the old carpet removed and two end kitchen walls about 24" deep each, a dropped ceiling and cabinetry removed from kitchen, old bathtub, toilet and vanity removed from bathroom. Installation of laminate or engineered hardwood throughout, except tile in the bathroom. Ceiling refinished throughout to smooth 70's style rough texture ceiling. We have chosen an IKEA kitchen to replace cabinetry and an IKEA bathroom vanity. We need these installed including all new plumbing installations to complete both kitchen and shower. Installation of a dishwasher in the kitchen where no previous dishwasher existed.
The kitchen is 16' x 18.5', and there is a small pantry adjoining the kitchen, approximately 3.5' x 7'. The east wall has a large window, the west wall has a small window, and the north wall has a small window and french doors leading to a patio and the backyard. The north wall has an entry door into the dining room, and and entry door into the pantry room.
As a general summary, here are the features of what we are looking for with the renovation…Please refer to the pictures for more details:
1) Concrete floor. Might require work to shore up the subfloor (there is a basement area beneath the kitchen)
2) Wall of windows on the north wall, part of which would open up to the back patio. I want the glass to be thick so it won’t make the kitchen cold and will suppress sound transfer.
3) Vaulted ceilings – this would require demolition - drywall and a re-do of lighting. Does not have to be pot lights, pendants okay. Skylight windows a possibility if can be done within budget. Due to upstairs room, ceiling might only be partially vaulted.
4) Concrete island
5) New appliances – dishwasher / stove+hood / oversized fridge / microwave I am thinking Bosche might be a good choice
6) Re-do of pantry room with proper shelving and concrete floor
7) Leave the drywall on the east and west walls, (maybe double it up to improve sound proofing?) remove large window on east wall and small window on the west wall. (permits?)
8) Remove all upper cabinets, new lower cabinets along west wall
9) The wall behind the cabinets, backsplash area can be glass tiles
10) Filtered water from the sink. Large farmhouse type of sink.
Newly purchased 700 sqft condo. Basic kitchen and bathroom renovation. No layout changes. All finishes already selected. Available Saturday and Sunday for walk throughs.
Scope - kitchen
Remove and dispose of all kitchen cabinets, countertop, sink, faucet, range hood, backsplash tile
Demo existing bulkhead and reframe to allow for full height wall cabinets
New floor tile
Install IKEA cabinets (I will order and arrange for delivery)
New engineered quartz countertops, tile backsplash, microwave/range hood combo, undermount sink, faucet
Scope - bathroom
Remove and dispose of tile on tub splash & floor, shower door, tub, vanity, sink, toilet, mirror, exhaust fan
New floor tile *note: same floor tile to run from kitchen through entry way and bathroom
New acrylic tub, tile tub surround and tile wainscoting, shower fixtures, vanity, faucet, mirror, lighting, exhaust fan
A complete revamp of the condo kitchen: Replacing cabinets and countertop, appliances with intents to make an open-concept layout which would include wall demolition and structural engineer's approval for the proposed wall demolition.
Would like only contractors who offer design + build services as well to inquire.
Size of kitchen:
12ft x 5 ft (including appliances)
What needs to be done:
- kitchen cabinets removal and disposal
- Install new kitchen cabinets (supplied by customer)
- Tile backsplash (supplied by customer)
- Supply and install under cabinet lighting
- Supply and paint ceiling
We'd like to keep the existing countertop, but it may need to be removed to install the bottom cabinets. If so, we'd also need:
- Install kitchen sink, faucet and oven (supplied by customer)
- Install dishwasher, hood fan, microwave (supplied by customer)
- Install countertop (supplied by customer)
I'm the manager and our main kitchen dish washing area is in bad shape. The floor is concrete with the tin layer of some kind of glued material greenish in color. I would like to put new layer of the floor.
Job could be only done overnight, since at the day time from 6:30 Am to 00 Am are working hours.
Kitchen Face lift and 2 small bathroom renos. Same layout, new/resurfaced cabinet doors, under cabinet lighting, new counter tops and backsplash, new tile flooring. Bathrooms are small, not changing layout just new flooring, vanity, toilet and tub/shower and lighting.
We are embarking on a major home renovation that centres on the kitchen.
Kitchen - new flooring, cabinets, requires new lighting, and structural change with the removal of a load bearing wall.
Living room - new flooring, replace wood fireplace w/gas burning fireplace, and new surround & mantel
Bathroom #1 - install separate shower, replace tub, relocate toilet, new cabinets
Bathroom #2 - convert closet to shower stall
Stairs & entry - new staircase/railings, install carpet
The demolition is mostly done, however the following remains:
remove 8 lin ft wall cabinets, 10' counters
remove ~100 sq ft fir flooring
remove plaster and lath from ceiling
remove brick chimney (only 1 story - chimney has been removed from upper floor)
remove ~10 ft drywall box
patch, seal, level ~80 sq ft floor area for tiling
in-floor heating for tiled area (wire system, embedded in self-leveling compound)
tile & grout floor (12x12 tiles)
patch chimney hole
transition between fir flooring and tile
increase wall thickness (2x4 to 2x6) in a small section (8')
Insulate, vapour barrier exterior walls (21' @ 2x4, 8' @2x6) w/ Roxul
re-insulate small ceiling section (8' x 10') @R40
drywall ~500sq ft (board & mud)
painted with primer, 2 coats
drywall 300 sqft (including 1 transition in ceiling height)
painted with primer, 2 coats
install ~20 lin. ft ikea wall and base cabinet
install small (4x4) island
Granite/Quartz countertop, pre-cut
Gas for 2 burner cooktop & wall oven
install sink, dishwasher, fridge feed and garbage disposal (same location)
Fix plumbing vent (vent currently terminates above the ceiling, you must take the vent through the roof, per code)
permit may be required (rough-ins may be complete already)
exterior vent hood above cooktop
Install only - double wall oven, 30" electric and 12" gas cooktops.
Install 42" under cabinet range hood (no electrical required)
none - to be done by homeowner (to code, with permit)
ikea cabinets and countertop will be provided
floor heating system will be provided
appliances will be provided
it is expected that this work will take 2 weeks and be completed in July.
rough (ikea planner) drawings available online (can be emailed)
Please provide a ballpark estimate with any assumptions you have made. The following items should be quoted separately (as add-ons): Demolition, Tiling, Painting.
Please do not include finishing (baseboards, backsplash, window/door trim).
I was recently flooded and half my townhouse is gutted to concrete and wood, including the kitchen. I am looking for someone to help me choose a kitchen, install it, including new appliances, move some walls and paint. Plumbing and electrical work will also be involved. Other projects also available in the home.
I live in the False Creek area of Vancouver.
Available in the evenings and weekends for viewing the space.
Must be available to start almost immediately
We just moved into our 1 bed 1 bath. The bathroom is very small with a dated bathtub, toilet and vanity and I would like to put in a shower instead, as well as more efficient storage space.
Kitchen is 11x8, also dated. Looking to take down a wall to open it up to the dining room and put in an island as well as new flooring, refacing upper cabinets, new pull-out drawer lower cabinets and new counter top.
Looking to get ideas for upgrades and renovations as well as estimated costs.
I need to know ASAP becasue I am going away Friday night!! This job is to be done in two weeks time when i get back.But will be checking my email. I will need a rough estimate. With out a visit to my home. I understand it might be hard. I would like to please see some number in the email you send me.
KITCHEN -remove 30 LFT of upper and lower cabinets,remove island 3'x5' and dispose, Also prep same area for new cabinets
Remove 4' of bulk head and then reboard, refinish, primer and paint.
FLOORING- Remove 576 sqft of tile, plywood, vinly or ninoliam and dispose
Install 576 sqft of subfloor, tile with grout and sealer, Also base board 60 sqft with calking and paint
How much to install a kitchen 30LFT of upper and lower cabinets?
BATHROOM- heated floor does not work, tiles are breaking also grout, remove tiles 70sqft, remove heating mat (electrical)
Install about 70sft of new heated mat (electrical) and tiles with grout and sealer.
CEILING option -1)remove ceiling 18' x16' and dispose. Install 6-8 pock lights then board it, finish, primer and paint.
CEILING option -2)I had marked the puck light position on the raw dry wall along comes the painter and paints over light marks.
Now I have one light in the middle of the ceiling. Can you go up in the attic to find the existing prewire for the puck lights, If so can you install the puck lights. Also the tape on the ceiling was not done right because they are all cracking. How much would this be to re tape, mud, primer piece that is raw and paint. Ceiling is 18' x 16'
All the material will be provided. I would like pricing for all the items.
We currently own our home in East Vancouver. It is 18 years old and good condition.
This is our main kitchen and it is frequently used (we are not the take-out family). We are interested in quartz countertops and new, custom cabinets. The space is approx. 200 sq.ft. The kitchen is the same age as the house and we bought it new. We have ceramic flooring that is still in excellent condition and we don't plan to change it. We will be changing the appliances including the hood fan and sink. We are interested in convenience accessing in the cabinest (drawers, lazy Susan's, etc.) as opposed to plain cabinets.
We would like to replace vanity, toilet and repaint walls and baseboards. The tub, tiles and flooring (ceramic tiles) will remain. 35-45 sq ft.
We would like to replace vanity and toilet. We would like to convert the tub and tiles to a tiled or molded shower stall. And repaint. Flooring will remain the same. 35-45 sq ft.
We are happy to begin the process in the first quarter 2018.
Project: Renovation of Kitchen and Bathroom in Condo Suite. Built in 1965, no previous renovations.
Schedule: Start - Dec 9th. Complete - Jan 2010.
Kitchen (small! 8' x 8'):
- Remove existing cabinets
- Extend existing bulkhead and re-route vent for range hood (range will move location).
- Re-locate plug for range
- Install new cabinets (IKEA). Approx 16 lin. ft, including uppers and lowers.
- Install countertop (laminate). Approx 9 lin. ft.
- Install new sink, plumbing and fixture.
- Install dishwasher.
- Install range hood.
- Note: Backsplash and floor tiling by others.
Bathroom (approx 7' x 5')
- Remove vinyl/plastic tub enclosure
- Open plumbing wall in tub enclosure
- Replace plumbing; replace fixtures
- Add water-resistant drywall OVERTOP existing walls (*wall compound likely contains asbestos) to create clean tiling surface.
- Remove and install new sink and vanity (IKEA)
- Note: Wall and floor tiling by others
***IMPORTANT***: Asbestos is likely present in the wall compound. Lab results will be available in 1 week.
Contractor MUST be licensed, Hazmat Certified and hold appropriate insurance.
Dimensioned drawings and photographs are available. Please email to request. Interested contractors may also submit an initial estimate based on drawings and photographs.
For a detailed quote, site inspections must be scheduled well in advance, as the suite is tenanted.
I would like someone to tear out my kitchen and redesign and install as well as put in new flooring and painting. I would like someone to do the complete project from arranging engineering reports to being able to discard old kitchen, and all other materials, helping purchase new appliances and installing, designing kitchen, installing it, installing new flooring, plumbing and painting.
It's a house from the 1930s. It was a rental unit before, and we want to update the kitchen with new cabinets and appliances. New lighting is a must as we current have a single set of halogens in the center of the kitchen. Additionally, we want to expand the backdoor to be french doors. This will require some reworking of the porch as the back steps run parallel to the back of the house and would intersect where the second door would go. Previously, we removed the non-supporting wall that separated the kitchen from the living room. We had the original floors refinished recently, so we want to do what we can to maintain those.
We live in an 90+ year old house that has not had any major work done on it for the past 15-20 years. Long term we are looking for ideas and help planning a complete renovation, but our immediate need is to
- replace worktops, sinks and plumbing in the kitchen,
- provide fittings for a dishwasher,
- re-wire and update electrical outlets
- replace floor and drywall in utility and provide storage space
- 240V wiring and venting for a dryer in utility
We are looking to get this work done ASAP - over the summer if possible.
I've recently had a flooded kitchen sink. I need to know if the laminate is raised at the seams, do i need to replace just the laminate or the entire counter. I would also like to know if any other damage was done and what would need repairs. This water was particularly sewer-like so I don't want to risk mold but i do need to know if it's developing. The water hit the tile flooring. the carpeted area, the counter, the dish washer, and under the sink. I need someone to come in and give me an estimate on all the repairs needed.
Thank you for your time
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