Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 366 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $14,296,500.00 with a per project average of $39,061.00.
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2200 Sq Ft condo to finish! Condo is at the drywall stage and is blank canvas. Looking for Contrator to head up project and collaborate with owner. Major parts of the project will incude:
- installing structural beams or cantilever floor
- framing and drywalling rooms
- refinishing hardwood floors
- installing IKEA kitchen
- creating a galley style kitchen
- tile/concrete flooring
- bathroom tiles and finishing
- plumbing and electrical if possible
Looking to begin in june, already have plans drawn up. The condo has all new electrical, plumbing drops and duct work in place.
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Interested parties can call me.
We have two 11x10 rooms on our third floor seperated by a non-load bearing wall. There is a sink already on the third floor. We want to take the wall down and have a master bedroom with ensuite. Our knee walls can be moved out 3 feet on each side which will require some additional support on the 2x4 roof supports. We would like to raise the ceiling a bit and blow in some insulation. Our house is 90 years old, but in excellent shape. We currently have only one washroom and with a wife and two daughters I could use an extra washroom and space to relax.
How much does it cost to install a bathroom, where one never existed?
At my home on 2nd floor... all two bedroom and a very small store but no bathroom. It is not set up for one at all, yet, meaning the pipes are not even there....
Just a very small basic bathroom... toilet, vanity, maybe just a shower stall.... nothing at all fancy.
We are wondering how much it would cost to add a second story to our house. Our house is roughly 1000 sqft. We are looking to have the outside of the house completed and the interior of the second story just framed on the inside with pluming and electrical completed (we will complete the drywall carpets and extras).
I have an 1135 sq ft bungalow and want to build a bedroom in the basement. Unfortunately, there are no windows on the west side of the basement, so I would have to put one in. I believe the house is approximately 70 years old, built in the 40's/50's. I would like to put in a heated floor for comfort.
Our master bedroom was originally 2 rooms, changed by the previous owner. We are looking to put the wall back, I have been told that by looking at the floor and ceiling you can see exactly what was removed.
The wall is approx. 9 ft long, and would include adding closets. We would also need a door added, I believe in part of an existing wall that would go to the master bedroom.
Must have an art studio with plenty of natural light. Possible kitchen, family room, larger master bedroom. add to existing house upstairs laundry room. Possible upgrade bathrooms. I have a tight budget and am willing to make plenty of suffice to the desigh to meet my budget. In my eyes you are the expert and have plenty of experience to know how to make the most for your client. Ideal sq footage for add on would be 5000. But this may not be appropriate for my design. I am very open to suggestion.
I am looking to have an addition of 432 sq ft built onto my house.
I am mostly interested in the following items:
1. Review of the attached conceptual drawings and your submittal of construction drawings and obtaining a City of Winnipeg building permit.
2. Site Preparation which includes moving a deck and leveling some land, and cutting a hole in the basement wall for air duct and electrical/cable access.
3. Proposing and lying down of Civil work such as piles.
4. Constructing the frame work including walls and roof and skin (Do not quote on shingles and eaves troughs).
5. Applying the exterior coating which will be stucco to match the existing.
Please feel free to quote on the rest of the project, namely:
1. Supply and Install new shingles and eaves troughs.
2. Supply and Install electrical (I will most likely do this myself).
3. Supply and Install all windows.
4. Supply and Install insulation.
5. Supply and Install of one sliding exterior door.
6. Supply and Install drywall.
7. Supply Paint and Paint drywall.
8. Landscaping and shrubbery including new extended deck.
The lot has an easily accessible back lane.
Feel free to quote on additional items should the need arise.
-plans and design drawings that meet building codes and are easy to follow for building.
-addition of 20' X 20' extension on rear of existing building to include self contained suite.
-addition will have a flat roof as well as an interior walkway separating the new from existing building.
-some renovations to 2nd floor in existing structure. (knock out walls to enlarge living/dining room and add shower to bathroom and enclose)
-add new door access to 2nd floor in interior walkway
-add outdoor deck on top of addition and also build access door from 2nd floor of existing structure to the outdoor deck.
-request is for drawings/plans/permits that meet code only. Work will be done individually or some parts could be done by contractor (such as electrical/heating/etc) to be decided/negotiated later.
I want to add a basic bathroom with a standing shower (no bath tub), on the second floor of my house. The house is approximately 100 years old. And there is no hot/cold water lines or drainage line on the second level.
a) What would be approx. minimum to maximum cost?
b) How long normally does it take to complete this kind of job?
c) Can it be done in the month of March, considering weather of Winnipeg, MB?
I have a 6 year old bungalow (1,200 sq ft) that has an addition (family room 12' x 12') on the back of the house. Because the 3 walls of the family room are exterior, the builder never put a cold air return in that space.
I would like to install a cold air return in the back of the cupboard area facing the family room at floor level so I can maintain an even temperature in that room. Right now, the only cold air return in that 'section' is in our living room at the front of the house. It is an open concept house, but regardless, there is not enough pull from that return in the living room for both rooms.
My basement has a hanging ceiling, so access to where I want the return is very simple.
All the ducting runs in a drywalled bulkhead. I am not sure if there is an easy way to tap into the existing cold air ducts or not.
The addition to the house is often 3 degrees cooler than the rest of the house.
Basement concrete jacked up, removed. Dig basement down to legal req for bedroom/occupancy. Weeping tile/sump pit system installed. Level out support beams/replace if needed. Move bathroom in mudroom to new location, which requires electrical, plumbing etc for new spot. Check/replace roof, fascia soffit if needed. Replace tub in second floor bathroom. Reroute dryer exhaust if possible.
I live in a 636 sq foot home.... and i'm looking to gain a little more space by converting my attic into a master bedroom or craft room.... My home is older... built probably in around the 1910's.... I will need a staircase put in... looking for something not to fancy in the attic... probably completed with drywall... but want it to look nice... Looking at probably heating it with baseboard heaters and have a portable air conditioner to cool it down in the summer months... i'm thinking the attic will need a couple windows installed.. and of course flooring.
My next project is my kitchen... it's 13 x 15 approximately.. the layout is NOT functional... for example my fridge is sitting in the middle of the room... and need it place somewhere different... looking for brand new cupboards... countertops... flooring.
I would like someone who could provide possible designs and pictures for possible ideas... someone who could draw up some plans for me to see... of course I would like everything done to code... and would very much like to work with someone with a great deal of experience .... looking forward to hearing from you.
I am interested in developing the attic of my 750 sq ft bungalow into a two bedroom suite, possibly with a bathroom. The attic entrance is only a hole in the ceiling and the attic is wide open. Would need stairs, electrical, a couple of large windows at either end of the house, build two bedrooms, plumbing for a bathroom if possible.
I have a growing family and little space. I am thinking of opening up my attic to make at least 2 small bedrooms. There is not much head room so I know it will need headers?? I have 1 window up there and will need more. I have a limited budget so I am looking at doing a little at a time. Just opening it first, making room to walk and adding a window to start. Also stairs to get there. Later on I will need to do more.
1. back walkway to garden
2. large roman stone paved pad with fireplace 16 by 16 feet
3. fix a busted fence that had fallen over
4. Black rock down left side of walkway
5. Red rock down right side of walkway
6. 3/4 white crush white limestone down driveway.
7. roman paving stone walkway in the front
Needed to be done in a very short time frame at a price that is amazing.
Hello,my house is 70 +years old.my basement is 50 ft long,i would like to add a row of teleposts along each side of the main beam.So we figured out that we would like 7 posts down the right side and 8 down the left.we also would like to have 6x6x12s under the posts .we are also supplying the posts,so we just need a basic estimate on the entire job of this install minus the posts thank you.carole
I am looking to finish my basement witch is only framed and dry walled on the exterior wall at the moment. The stair needs to be solidified. We are looking to add a small bathroom with a small shower, one bedroom and a big rec. room. We are looking to install carpet throughout, and probably tiles in the bathroom. The ceiling needs to be done also with spots lights. The basement area that needs to be finished is about 650 square feet.
For the garage entrance, we are looking to open a small wall and built an other one (in order to build a mud room). The floor will be heated with tiles. The entrance also include a small 2 piece washroom witch will need heated tile floor as well, and new vanity and toilet. The garage entrance area is about 90 square feet.
-Supply and install ceiling tile
-Supply, install and paint 3 swinging doors and 1 pocket door complete with trim and knobs to match upstairs
-Supply, install and paint baseboards to match upstairs
-Drywall, tape and paint bathroom
-Install owner supplied bath fixtures, faucets and accessories
-Connect central fan to bathroom
-Install return air in basement (one)
-Heating complete with ceiling registers (round adjustable)
-Install owner supplied shower doors and tub surround
1bathroom (vanity/sink, toilet, and stand shower only), tile flooring
2 bedrooms: (roughly 9' x 11' each with built in closet), carpet flooring
1 fitness room (roughly 9.3' x 12.3' with small bench for storage, french door), carpet flooring
1 Unfinished Utility/Storage room: (heater area)
Recreation Area: (this comprises the rest of the space), hardwood flooring
Stairs: carpet flooring, with Aluminum ballusters
Doors: frame mouldings required
Walls: baseboard required
Note: the basement has insulation already and bathroom roughed in.
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