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My master bedroom is on the second floor. I'd like to change 3pc ensuite bathroom to 4pc. The space is quite small to put a tub, so might need to remove the wall and rearrange the other bathroom next to it. I'm also planning to put my laundry washer and dryer beside the washroom. How much would that cost?
We would like to make some renovations to our 70sqft bathroom. We are interested in receiving some quotes. Here's a list of changes we have in mind:
- Replace the bathtub
- Replace the tiles around the combined tub/shower area (possibly also replace drywall behind tiles)
- Add a glass door/shield beside the tub
- Install new showerhead and faucets
- Install a new counter top. The counter space is currently about 7ft x 2ft
- Install a new sink and faucets
- Update baseboards
Thanks for your consideration
Our 1960's house was remodelled just before we moved in 4 years ago. There is a bathroom in the basement with a small shower. The walls are peeling and the paint seems to be running. There are dark stains from the paint on the walls and we cannot remove them despite us wiping them down with a bleach/water mixture. Some areas of the wall seems to be cracking too. There is a small extractor fan in the bathroom but i don't know how effective it is at removing moisture. the shower itself leaks slightly and the plastic lining of the shower is also stained despite us scrubbing.
House built 1976, downstairs bathroom size:approx. 11' X 5', with a small window approx. 25" X 18", Bathroom was previously converted from shower only- bathroom. Suspected some water leak caused by the loss of seal between parts of the vinyl tub surround.
Option A. Full renovation, involving these steps:
1. Remove vinyl shower surround + one row of tile above it , bathtub, drywall in shower area, vanity, counter top, sink, faucets and dispose off site.
2. Remove existing toilet and store on-site for reinstallation.
3. Supply and install a white, American Standard Marina bathtub (or similar, prefer steel).
4. Supply and install a Moen, single lever, pressure balanced faucet (or similar)
5. Supply and install Aqua board drywall to shower area (or similar).
6. Repair all drywall as required. Mud tape and sand ready for paint.
7. Supply and install one coat of primer paint and two coats of finish paint to all areas. (OPTIONAL).
8. Supply and install a cultured marble, white on white shower surround to shower area (or simailar- please indicate suggested material- I need advice here).
9. Supply and install a shower door (silver frame, no mirror).
10. Supply and install new linoleum (OR FLOOR TILES) to floor area.
11. Supply and install a 24” vanity, interior to be white melamine, exterior to be PVC, raised panel doors (or similar- need advice here).
12. Supply and install an arborite vanity top with a white drop in sink over cabinet area.
13. Supply and install a Moen single lever basin faucet.
14. Supply and install baseboards as required.
15. Reinstall homeowner’s toilet.
16. Install only homeowner’s amenities, i.e. towel bars, light fixtures, mirror, etc.
17. Clean up project area to homeowner’s satisfaction and dispose of all debris off site.
Option B. Scaled-down renovation, excluding the vanity replacement and flooring replacement.
We are currently doing a remodeling of our upper level. We would like to move around the following -
And install a shower stall in one bathroom.
We will be changing the flooring in the course of the reno, so we can access plumbing through the floor boards (or the ceiling below, although we would prefer not to disturb the main floor).
In addition, we would like to move a sink in the second bathroom a distance of 6-7 feet.
We are looking for specific quotes and moving forward in the next couple of weeks.
The building is from an older generation and has no proper ventilation in the bathrooms. The bathrooms currently only have a vent in the ceiling which leads to the roof but no fan. Three units share a single exhaust vent, as they are stack one on top of the other.
Management is interested in installing a fan driven ventilation system. The idea would be to tie in a system which can either be controlled by each unit or be have a single fan with a humidity sensor that would take care of all the units connected.
The building has 12 units and is 3 stories high.
Please email your ideas and phone numbers
We have a tenant who has requested renovation of the primary bathroom in their unit, but are very particular about not being present during the renovation. They advised us just last week that they will be departing for a vacation of 2 weeks commencing July 24.
Yes, short notice for sure, but we're hoping that we can find a contractor that can do either a complete reno of the bathroom, or if scheduling is a problem, then at least repair the bathroom floor and see what can be done to fix the bath tub/shower insert (water leakage has been the main issue.
Small condo size washroom consisting of about 50sq to 75sq. Looking to change out tub for soaker tub and add a tile back splash. Toilet it to be changed out for a low flow water saving toilet. New sink and vanity to be changed. Recessed lighting to be added above tub and sink. Floor tiling to be changed to match backsplash, small amount of painting and door to be changed out. I'm just looking for a rough estimate at this time in order to create a realistic budget.
I am moving into a townhouse that needs kitchen cabinets, counter tops, backsplash, and I am asking the strata involved that a non load bearing wall be taken down and another cabinet be put in its place for more storage. I also need to have a bath tub unit taken out and either a tub with tile surround or a walk in shower be put back, plus a new vanity with counter top and back splash.
This is a 1911 Arts & Crafts Heritage Designated house. Small rooms. The kitchen is only 11 ft x 13 ft and has 3 doors off that! I have floor plans incl. idea of removing wall at hallway and 5 ft. between kitchen and dining area to open up the room's feel. Most rooms have original dark wood wainscotting with plaster and lathe walls; kitchen P&L. Original pantry leads off kitchen. Window starts 33" from floor. Ceilings 9' 7". Lots of problems and few options. I can do anything I want to the interior but want to respect the heritage but lighten it up and bring it at least into the 20th C, although 21st C would be nice. Can't change outside at all ie. , no new windows etc.
Bathroom (5x9) - Remove and dispose of all fixtures, remove and dispose of plastic tiles from walls, asphalt tiles from floor, ceramic tiles from tub area. Install new flooring tile. Make good walls. Install new fixtures and vanity. Install new light fixture over vanity (nothing there currently), replace existing overhead light fixture. Install tiles in tub area from tub to ceiling. Install fan vented to outside.
Kitchen (10x15) - Remove and dispose of existing cabinetry including cabinetry from laundry area, remove closet to increase kitchen space (will require removal of one non-load bearing wall), remove floor tiles, make good walls, ceiling and floor area in existing closet, prepare area for kitchen cabinets, all plumbing and electrical work, install built-in appliances and sink. Possibly install new cabinetry - will depend on the kitchen company I work with. Install tiles on floor and backsplash.
Laundry (8x9) - Replace outside door, re-vent the dryer, install sink, Install tiles on floor.
Additional electrical work will need to be done in the rest of the house - replace all plugs and switches, some recepticals have been improperly wired and will need to be fixed.
Shower drain is currently leaking. The drain was re-sealed by a plumber using plumber's putty about 3 months ago when the leak was first noticed. It stopped for a couple of months, then started again.
It appears the shower stall will have to be removed to get at the leak. Since this must be done we may just renovate and put in a tile shower if possible.
Request quote for the following options:
1. Removal of fibreglass stall, repair of drain, re-installation of same stall (if possible)
2. Removal and disposal of fibreglass stall, repair of drain leak, installation of tile shower with sliding door and tile floor for the entire bathroom. Shower stall is approx 5' X 3' and floor is approx 3 1/2' X 5'.
For Both options some minor drywall repair on the living room ceiling will also be needed where water has leaked.
Project must be completed by 01 Jul 2010 latest.
The primary job is the room on the second floor above the garage. It is currently finished but is not an official bedroom. The major problem is that the door is located so far to the right that the doorway is partially obstructed by the sloped ceiling that is the roof. We want to relocate the door so that it opens into the area of the room that can accommodate a full size door opening. The difficulty is that the wall is at the junction of at least two roofs and is the support for at least one of those roofs.
In addition to putting in a new door, we would also need to add a closet to the room and possibly insulate the room. It would also need heat. The current heat pump cannot reach that far so we are looking at a dedicated heat pump or at the very least an electric baseboard heater.
The other room that will need renovating is the bathroom. I don't believe it would require any structural changes or relocation of fixtures. It just needs to be modernized with higher end finishes. This most likely would involve new fixtures, new floor, cabinet, counter top, faucets, and tiling around the bathtub .
We wish to hire a contractor to put in a new shower. We presently have a soaker tub in place that is 20 years old. We are looking at taking the tub out and putting in an enclosed shower that can be purchased from any number of stores or having a pan put in and a complete tile job done. We also wish to have our bathroom floor heated. If interested please call
Current size of bathroom is 8 1/2 ft. x 5 1/2 ft. Demolish wall between bathroom and bedroohallway linen closet which will add 2 ft. in length. Remove bathtub/shower unit from existing wall and install corner shower unit. Install new tub in area where vanity and toilet are currently located which will be under a window. Relocate toilet. install new vanity in newly acquired space.
We've got a 1920's house in Fairfield that has a small main floor bathroom ( one of three full baths in the 3-level home). Currently it is a decaying, unvented mess of 1970's drywall and tile with a cheap sink vanity and a lousy toilet. We fear it's got mold, predictable since it doesn't have a vent! It has a small window, but we don't open it much.
We'd like to make this bathroom a wet room. Since there are tubs on both the second floor and the finished basement level, a shower-only on the main floor seems reasonable, and when I've travelled, I've seen very modest and functional wetrooms where there is tile on every surface and a drain in the floor... we're looking for very simple here, kind of like a rec centre locker room, not high style, but very high function, which of course can turn out to be stylish.
We've gotten outrageous ($40,000+) bids from tile contractors and wonder if there's a way to simply get the thing done without too much frill or fuss... we are happy invest in good materials and planning, and to help out with the labour wherever we clueless but dedicated homeowners might help.
The room is as wide as a bath-shower combo plus maybe 10 inches, and about 8 or 9 feet deep.
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