Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 233 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,752,500.00 with a per project average of $16,105.00.
What we want is something simple, just to have the toilet installed, the stand up shower, and a vanity of some sort. We would like the least expensive way, and reasonable amount to spend on this project. We've already had one contractor look at it and we got a quote, but we would like to hear a second opinion.
We want to have the basement of our 2 storey house renovated, it is unfinished and we need an extra liveable space in the house. We require only rough/structural/plumbing fhinishing, flooring, insualtion, walling and ceiling, we will do the finishing touches, limited budget so we need a company that would understand our family's need for reasonalbe pricing.
We would like to gut and redo our small basement bathroom. The house is 60 years old but this is the third reno in the bathroom. This would include changing the bathtub to a stand up corner shower, new sink and vanity and new toilet. we would like the floor redone in ceramic tiles. all walls and ceiling have already been ripped out just need someone with time to finish the project.
I was wondering if you take on smaller projects, like a basement bathroom, or even smaller, like installing a bathtub in a basement. I'd like to really get this done before the end of the year. I know the tub I want to buy, but not sure exactly where it needs to go. I think that the bathroom is sort of roughed in in the basement, but I know very little about it. Would pay you even to just come and tell me what to do!
Thanks in advance.
I want to develop 3/4's of an undeveloped basement of a bungalow. (The upstairs square footage is approx. 1500). This would include a laundry room, 3 piece bathroom (rough in already in basement), exercise room, bedroom, computer room and rec room. Computer room and rec room would be one room basically with a half hall separating. Storage area (Containing furnace and water heater and storage in basement (other 1/4 or less) would remain unfinished except for drywall to be put up. In area to be developed would like to have suspended ceiling, laminate flooring in areas other than laundry, bathroom and exercise room, commercial type flooring for exercise room, duraceramic for bathroom (we have but would require installation), antifatigue matting is fine in laundry room, small bar area with sink and limited cabinetry and counter, cabinets in laundry room (functional not fancy), raised 6 panel doors, glazed glass panelled door for exercise room (sliding perhaps?). Also want cold air ducts installed where appropriate, proper floor underlayment, and sufficient recessed lighting. Bath fan can be connected to existing central exhaust, bar sink is near existing water lines and there is secondary vent and pipe near by (as kitchen sink and drain is directly above proposed location).
~1200sqft Basement - 40yr old bungalow
All exterior walls framed, insulated + all required electrical
75% of interior walls complete + all required electrical
All required Plumbing
Remaining interior wall framing (walls around furnace room, 3 door frames + 1 pocket door)
Installation of new stair case (material provided)
Repair/adjust any unsquare interior walls if required
Install drywall (CertainTeed - 1/2 STD)
Tape/Putty + Prime
Install 3 built in drywalled shelving units
Install drop ceiling for 75% of basement + 25% drywalled (bathroom + bedroom + header) (CertainTeed Material)
Install mount for Projector
Build Speaker Frames into ceiling/wall (Surround sound)
Install cover for electrical Panel (2 open doors)
Install doors (3 + pocket)
Additional Work - (maybe):
Install Carpet flooring in 75% of basement
I have a bathroom in the basement, my son took out the shower because it was leaking. I now need a show in there, plus some other stuff for the right quote. I was looking into getting just the shower put in, but if the price is right, maybe do the whole bathroom. (floor, ceiling, and maybe a small closet)
we need to replace our tub in the main bathroom. the house is a bilevel (attached) and was built in the 70's. we installed a new toilet and sink/vanity last year and are "hiding" the tub/shower with a curtain. It is fully functional, but is old and disgusting. There is a tub surround in place that appears to be several pieces (3 I believe).
we want the tub and tub surround removed and replaced with a nice big shower with door(s) (the width of the current tub we want to fill with shower). we are flexible regarding the finish ie; tiles or one piece unit - that will probably be determined by price. this is not a fancy house and we do not want to put more into the shower than makes sense. the taps would have to be changed also to a new single tap from current 2 tap. we may be able to do the demo also - so maybe a seperate quote for that?
The lower level bathroom is a full 4 piece and was redone a couple years ago.
We have just moved into a new house. We have a small bathroom with an old tub and shower fixtures -- fixtures so old we can't replace them ourselves. Now the hot water handle is broken off and the cord supplying water to the shower head is leaking badly. We would like to install a shower liner to cover the tiles on the shower wall and install new fixtures.
Small bathroom 7 x 7 needs total redo. Plaster a latte walls and very old fixtures. Would like heated floor and better ventilation. Needs new toilet and would like dual flush with high pressure flush. We currently have a corner sink but would like sink with small cabinet for storage. We have a claw foot tub, but would prefer tub surround with shower or just shower stall. All the plumbing was up dated a few years ago.
Bathroom needs complete renovation...old house. Also would possibly like to have 2nd floor renovated, and a second bathroom added.
House is 1 1/2 story. Would like to reno 2nd floor into master suite including second bathroom. Also need to renovate main bathroom downstairs.
Would like quotes please...thanks!
we're looking to add a 3 piece bathroom in the basement. it's a finish basement with 7 foot ceiling. i don't have a big budget so i'm just looking this as a secondary bathroom since the one we have right now a 4 piece on a 4x8 layout is too tight. it has concrete flooring. online estimate only is required to see if it would be within budget. just to get an idea as to how much will i be looking to spend. the house is almost 100 yrs old. thank you
BATHROOM: basement location. Sink and toilet only, no walls. change exsisting taps to sink taps, move electrical plug to a new location, approximately 1 foot from where it is now.add another set of wall taps for laundry tub.
UPSTAIRS: Fix a kitchen ceiling light fixture. Also install a wall plug for an electric fireplace. , that requires it own togel switch in basement electrical panel. The fireplace is located on a outside wall, the room has a crawl space area., Outside wall is attached to the garage.
- help with planning new use for one small area of my kitchen; perhaps adding a pantry or more cabinets
- measuring, purchasing and installing new laminate counter tops, sink and faucets in kitchen
- possibly adding backsplash
- paining kitchen
- measuring and installing new laminate counter top and sink powder room
- installing two new toilets
- measuring and installing new laminate counter top and two sinks in main bathroom
- installing new flooring in main bathroom
- include picking up larger items at Home Depot or some such place
- provide on line estimate. I will contact you if I want you do come and see the place in person.
This project is for a town house condominium unit which I have recently moved into, and am likely to resell in 5 to 7 years. Just want to update things a bit. Need some help with decision making too. :-)
House was built in 1909, I have a basement bathroom that has had some water damage. The floor rotted, so the studs and plywood have been removed right down to the concrete. I have treated it for mold. It is about 34 sq.ft approx. |Corner shower, pedestal sink and toilet are in the space. I just simply want a floor back in the bathroom, nothing fancy but properly fixed. I will tile it myself as I know how to do that. Can someone please give me a free quote. come do a estimate as this is of importance for usage.
I need someone to rip out 3 walls and the ceiling of our bathroom. And then refinish it. Drywall, tape, mud and paint. I would like an estimate. The approx room size is 5' x 8'.
The bathroom had an upstairs neighbour who let his toilet leak for years and finally fixed it. Needless to say, our bathroom needs redoing.
We are moved out and want the place in good condition because we are selling. It needs to be done by April 1st, if possible.
An online estimate is good to start with, please.
I want to put a 3 piece bathroom in the basement but there is no rough in plumbing the bathroom would be about 10 feet from the stack which is cast iron. Once the rough in plumbing is done i would like to build a 10 feet x 5 feet bathroom with a bathtub with tile surround a toilet and a sink. I am looking for an average estimate for this job.
I own a bungelow in Transcona built in the early 50's (Plaster walls). I have an exsisting bathroom in the basement now. It includes a standup shower, toilet and sink with cabinet. It is located aprox two feet from the outside wall. I would like to move the water piping for shower to allow for an expansion to the shower. I would like to install an above head shower and tile the complete shower area to use the additional 2 feet. As well I would like to turn the toilet as well move the sink and cabinet from one side of an corner to the other side. On the opposite side of the wall is the sewer drain on the sink corner. The other side of the wall is the exsisting unfinished laundry room. The previous ownes ran the drain from the washer along that wall toward the corner where the sink is located on the other side. I would like water pipes and drain run directly above the exsisting pipes from the washer to the upstairs as I would like to install drain and water in for a stackable washer and drier in a closet above on the main froor. I would like to turn the exsisting laundry room into a small kitchen using the drain and water from washer. I would require a sink to be installed in cabinets which I will provide in the basement. If I could possible get a rough cost on a project like this I would know if I can undertake this reno. I understand alot would require an inspection prior to giving a quote. I would like to have the work done in the month of August if at all possible.
Outdated bathroom needing remodel:
-Demo. existing bathroom (incl. tiles, dry wall, insulation, vanity, lighting)
-Expand bathroom into adjacent closet.
-New drywall and insulation.
-Install tile shower/floor
-Install glass tub door
-Install new vanity /sink
-Move electrical box/lightswitch
-Keeping/re-using current tub and toilet
-Finishing materials (ie. tiles, glass tub door, vanity/sink, lighting, and faucets/shower) already purchased.
I have a toilet and sink in the laundry room in the basement. This has not been fixed for years I just moved in. The floor is raised just where the pluming is. I would need to raise the floor then put in a shower or tub...and move toilet to other side of the wall ..as well as the sink.I would buy new ones. walls and floors are paneling so I would need the room to be made as well as flooring.
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