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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.
Looking to switch kitchen and master bedroom on the 2nd floor as shown in the floor plan attached. I am hoping to get an estimate for the following:
- The one wall dividing the current master bedroom and living room taken down so we can open up the space and put in the kitchen. We would also need the wall taken down where the bathroom is in the master bedroom to open that space up for a eating area or kitchen table.
I have attached a floor plan for reference.
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.
House built in 1939 by a carpenter. He did a great, sturdy massive wood kitchen, which we'd like to keep, but it needs a refinish, some cupboard changes (new microwave range and new fridge planned), new counter top (probably quartz), potentially new built in dishwasher with new plumbing, ( probably some new plumbing for new sink.) Counter top around 28 square feet.
We purchased a full kitchen from another contractor in a private sale. It includes the cabinets, granite counters and sink and faucet. The kitchen it came from is bigger than ours so things will need to be fitted together differently. We've had someone in to give us a quote, and he said it looked totally do-able, but then did not get back to us. The new kitchen is currently sitting in our neighbour's carport, so we need to get moving on this ASAP.
Installation of cabinets, granite counter tops, sink. Also a portion of a wall to be removed to make space for a breakfast bar. Removal of bulkheads in kitchen to enable counters to fit. We have already purchased the counter tops, cabinets and sink from another kitchen renovation.
we have all the counters purchased but they will need to be cut to the correct size for our kitchen. We have some one who is going to install the tiles for the floor, as well as paint but he is not comfortable doing cabinetry work or demo's (we are wanting to remove part of our kitchen wall the backs into our dining room to make a small breakfast counter. Built heads will also need to be removed in order for these new cabinets to fit.
Looking to renovate townhouse kitchen.
Approx Area: 24'3" x 13'6"
-New countertops (Corian or Granite or ?)
-New cupboards (Maple or Oak or ?)
-New sink w/ garborator
| CB |sink| |
CAB 13' | CAB
dishwasher | Oven/Microwave CA
--------------- | 24'3"
| washer/dryer CA
CAB = cuppoards above and below
CA = cuppoards above
CB = cuppoards below
Looking for estimates on this kind of project.
The idea is to open up our kitchen to the living room by taking down a supporting wall and inserting a beam to take the weight. This is a condo kitchen on the ground floor with 4 floors above and would need strata council approval so the contractor must be very skilled and detailed. There is further work including reducing the width of the kitchen to allow for a eating counter.
Home owner looking to update the kitchen and dining room of a 1971 home. The kitchen is approx. 12' x 12' (wall to wall) and dining room approx. 10' x 10'.
- New white kitchen cupboards, tile, countertop (not granite), and sink/faucet in the current L-shape configuration
- Remove current kitchen nook (4' x 2.5'), the 1/2 wall separating the kitchen and dining room, and some of the full wall separating the kitchen and living room to create (a) one space between dining room and kitchen, and (b) build a 4' breakfast bar overlooking the living room plus 1-2' extension for additional counter and cupboard space.
- Floor installation in kitchen/dining room (22' x 11'); the dining room area may need subflooring.
Waste removal is expected.
Work to be completed in a reasonable time period to minimize impact.
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.
Edit: Hi all. As I mention below, I'm not looking for a quote here (I don't give near enough information). I'm looking for stories of somewhat related projects and their costs. I'm only interested in gathering a range of potential costs, so I can determine whether this project is going to be done this Summer, or next. Sorry, but I won't be replying for requests for calls or more information. I'd be glad to hear what you've done that you're proud of and what it cost. Thanks!
Looking to remove the wall separating our kitchen from living room in our new home. House is 20y old, wall may or may not be load bearing, has no cabinetry or plumbing in the wall.
Ideally we'd like to make a big island with some cabinets in it, and room for some stools opposite. We'd be looking at quality over cost, maybe with nice exposed wood beams if it needs to support load, maybe wooden countertops, etc.
Not a lot to go on, but I'm mostly looking for the range of costs, including whether it's load bearing or not, so we can think about the timeframe for the reno. I'd like to get it done soon, before we settle in too much, but if the costs will be high, we may have to wait a bit.
So, are we looking at around 5k? 10k? 20k?? Not looking for a quote, obviously, but maybe ideas of cost from similar jobs.
Construct outdoor kitchen with a 36"'built in grill, two burners and refridgerator. Approx. dimensions 10x6 feet in an L configuration. Should be granite counter tops and a facade of some type of stone veneer (i.e. K2 ledge stone) Will need hookups for electrical and natural gas outlet is on exterior wall.
I'd like to create an "L" shape counter top.
We had a dishwasher put in and we now have an extra cupboard (that matches our existing ones) that I am hoping could be used as the base to help create the shape. Securing it to the floor with an additional counter top/space.
The existing countertop is some type of marble material which we do not want to replace. Our hopes are that we can maybe put some type of butcher block (stained to match existing countertop). The L would extend out towards the right and we would lose the cupboard space at the end of the counter as it currently stands, however, we would gain it back with the extra cupboard that gets installed (facing inwards). Alternatively, we could face the cupboards of the "lost" cabinet towards the stairs and actually gain more cupboard space.
We are unable to make it longer as there is a staircase and there would be no space.
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