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In total, TrustedPros has received 125 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,313,000.00 with a per project average of $10,504.00.
I am looking to get estimates on building a deck in my backyard. It would be attached to the house with the entry point to the deck at the side of the house. It would be about 10 feet wide and span about 15 feet in length. I have an additiion on the back of my house that is about half the width of the house, so the deck would have to bend around a corner and go back about another 4-5 feet. I am not sure about the ehight of the deck. The height to the door seems to be about 2.5 feet, maybe less. Therefore I am not too sure about a permit. But I am sure this would be discussed when looking at the project. I would require one set of stairs to lead from the back door at the side of the house to the front of the house and another set of stairs from the deck to the backyard. The backayrd itself is bare with no grass. It seems to be pretty level. I would prefer the deck to be built with lumber.
Build a 2 tier deck using composite material. Approximately total of 420 sq/ feet.
There would be an upper deck 3 feet off the ground with railings surrounding. Stairs to second deck with partial railing but an open front with stairs to ground.
Plans and materials subject to change based on price and suggestions by builder.
Pictures sent not exact but similar, possibly in different colours.
The current deck off the bilevel home is two tiered and needs to be redone. The height from ground to garden doors is 4.5 feet.It would be 10 by12 for the deck , a few stairs, a small landing , and stairs. We are not sure of the design or materials. Also need a privacy screen on the top of one side . The back faces south.
Looking for options to build a deck and dock at our cottage at Big Whiteshell Lake in the Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba. Would like information on options for either a floating or pole supported removable dock. That meet the following criteria:
• Easily installed and removable at the beginning and end of each summer
• 30 feet in length and 4 to 6 feet wide
• Sturdy construction
• Can be used with or without a fixed anchor structure (ie. can be used on sandy/grassy transition area where there is no rock base or pier that can be used as an anchor)
New home situated on a pielot, looking to have an inground pool installed next year so would like to build a deck off of the house and a gazebo in the backyard. Open to design suggestions for the project as possession is not until August and would start construction in fall, but must have plan/budget done ASAP.
I am requiring a quote for a gazebo to be attached to my home and a medium sized deck for entertaining. I have not yet decided at what height each level of deck should be and need input on how and if I can have this project done. I need someone who is knowledgeable of code and patience in change of design. I have a limited budget. The contractor must be COR certified and registered with BBB with a A+ rating.
I am looking to contract out labour to build a ground level deck. All material will be provided.
Grading is complete but I need 12 supporting blocks installed and levelled. The blocks are 18"x18"x4". Each block must have a 18" base of 1/4 down. Digging, packing and levelling required.
The deck will be 520 sq ft. The main part is 15'10" wide x 25' long with and attached 12' wide x 10' piece. One corner needs to be cut back 4' at a 45 degree angle to accomodate a bending sidewalk. The framing is 2"x8" and the decking is 2"x6" brown pressure treated lumber. Screws supplied for the entire project to include joist hangers.
No stairs or railing required.
Again, all material will be provided so I am just looking for a labour quote.
Balcony Style deck for walk out basement in winnipeg east end - wood frame - composite flooring - aproximate 32' wide x 11' deep - columns to be done in stucco or smart trim decorative finish - completion time summer 2010 - service provider must be bonded/insure/BBB - payment to be made upon completion of project - contractual agreement made in writing
We would like a simple deck built at the back of our house. We are looking at approximately a 16 foot by 16 foot deck built under 2 feet high with no railing. We would like the brown pressure treated wood used. Half the area has a sunken gravel base that needs to be filled in (about 4 inches sunken) and the other half has grass. There would also be a small extension built to be the landing/stair for our back entrance that is right beside where the deck would go.
We are looking for help in building our dream deck! We were hoping for it to be a Do-it-Yourself project! We just need the guidance of honest people to help us get started. We know what we want and we have shopped around for material prices.
It will be a 16x16 deck (about 33in from ground)
10x10 Pergola (6x6 posts)
Brown treated wood
Piles/Piers or Groundhogs? What is better? (Honest opinion?)
Fence: aprox 66ft on both sides of house (brown)
Property is in a new developement, house is 3 yrs old
Can someone help us out???
We currently need to replace the steps off our side entrance and would like a section of deck to run from just past the door, along the side of the house. A gate at one end to keep our dogs from having access to the sump pump. Possibly 1 step down on either end. It would be approximately 4' wide by 20' long. Pressure treated lumber.
The house was built in 1912, we purchased the house a few years ago. The front steps/deck have never been to code. It is about 4 ft off the ground and about 6ft wide by 6ft deep and has no railings. The wood has started to rot. We would like a simple new wood or PVC deck and steps. The house also has a front porch/sunroom that needs new support beams/teleposts.
I need to get my front porch torn down and rebuilt as the it is rotting. The current deck is 6ft x 6ft but I want to extend it to the corner of the house making it 6 ft deep and 9 ft wide. There are six stairs leading up to the deck. I want railings on the stairs, and posts on the bottom and top of the stairs' railings. I also need railings around the deck. I would like the porch to be made from ceder (although I would consider another wood if it is comparable in look and durability).
Please do not respond if you build decks that look like a home depot build-it-yourself project.
I've attached a photo of my current front porch (the blue house) and a photo of a porch style that I'd like you to follow (although the porch in this picture is much larger than what I am planning on having built). In particular, I would like cedar shakes, and posts built as done in the picture. I would be willing to consider some changes. E.g., a single post on the corner would be fine (instead of the three shown in the example picture) as long as the post is substantial enough (i.e, not just a 4x4 post).
There is a gap between the house and both the front and back steps requiring removal of an old patch job at the front and filling the crack between the house and the front steps as well as filling a crack at the back between the house and the steps. Could someone come to take a look to give us an estimate.
My Hot Tub is sunken into my back yard deck. I would like some help to lift it out and move it to a new location. I will need some old deck (5 years) removed and replaced, and some new deck built on to it. I will also need a new base for the hot tub to be placed on in its new location (prefer concrete over compacted gravel).
Interlocking brick patio with overhead trellis
An extension is needed onto an existing interlocking brick patio, along the back side of a house. The extension for the new patio measures 16 x 15 feet on an already gravel base. The area would be developed into a courtyard setting with a trellis structure covering the new portion of the interlocking brick patio. Anchoring of six posts would be needed to support the overhead trellis cover with privacy lattice between the posts, except for the area leaving the old interlocking patio onto the new interlocking patio.
Owner is looking for estimates for spring, April 2007.
Our deck / sunroom has had a pile in 1 corner that has dropped by about 1", just enough to throw off the proper operation of the door and widows. This corner has a post on it that helps support a large overhang of the roof.
We are looking for someone who can jack up the sunroom, level it off and insert an appropriate wedge.
The home is a 7 year old bungalow and the deck sits about 3' off the ground.
I have a new home and want to build a by level deck , I want it to be built out of pressure treated green.there is a 2\8 strapped to the home already it is 15.0 ft long I want the top part of the deck to be 15.0. \7.0 ft then go down 2 steps the full length of my deck to the next landing 15.0/12.0 ft Then about a 3.0 ft wide stair case to the ground level . I will need a railing around the whole deck. The height off the ground to the 2/8 that is strapped to the home is 42inches.
Please give me a roughy estamate for a cost so I know roughly what I am looking at for cost.
I currently have a 7x10' elevated deck (about 5'), with stairs leading down. I would like to re-build a deck but with a lower level as the main level. The deck can be bigger. I am looking at a budget of $5000 or so. I am looking for a spring build but would consider a fall build.
I am lookiing to have an old deck taken down and replaced with a more user friendly deck. The house is a split so stairs are involved. There is a school playground behind the house so would like the main part of the deck lowered with a platform (maybe with enough space) for a bbq at the door entrance level. I would like to keep the price to as close to $5,000 as possible.
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