Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Home Construction projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 26 Home Construction projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Home Construction Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $7,550,500.00 with a per project average of $290,403.00.
Foundation complete. 1000 square feet home to be built. Built on heated concrete pad. Plumbing has been roughed in. Bungalow with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom to be built. Lot is 45 minutes north of Winnipeg. Please provide a break down of costs to include labour, framing and sheeting, steel roofing, drywall, windows and doors and etc. At this point I am just looking to get estimates. I understand that these will vary.
We are looking to demolish an existing home and foundation and build a new house on the same lot. It will be between 1100 and 1300 square feet and should be built this year, preferably. Architectural Drawings will be provided, stamped and good to go. We need a contractor willing to do this.
Anyone out there wanna provide an estimate?
I have recently purchased (and am currently going through the variance stage) a 25 X 100 infill building lot in Riverview. There is a large maple tree that needs to come down and there is a double garage on the lane side of the lot. As such, all building and excavating will need to be completed from the road side.
I have prepared house plans for a 2 storey home; approximately 1400 sq ft; 3 bdrm plus good size bath on upper floor and dining, living, kitchen and powder/laundry room on the main floor. I want 8 ft basement, 9 ft main and 8 ft 2nd floor. I want plumbing roughed in to the basement. I am considering having outside stairs to the basement on the back side of the house. The house footprint is 20 X 36. I want hardwood flooring (not laminate) and am willing to find my own flooring, if the price you find is too high. The kitchen is about 9 x 9 x 9, with the sink facing the dining room. I want wood stairs or the hardwood to continue on the stairs to the 2nd floor. I want a wood and metal railing to upstairs. There are no windows on the sides; but large windows on the front and back. There is a back entrance rather than patio door. In the bathroom upstairs, I want a soaker tub and a 4 ft shower.
I will also need electricity brought to the garage.
When sending your quote, please let me know what type of windows you use, cabinet, flooring, faucet, door companies you use.
My wife got an old house from her grandparents built in 1909. As it is not liveable and small, we are planning to tear down whole house with basement walls also removed so that we are left only with land and utilities. Once we do this can we built a bigger house with new foundation and what precaution we should take?
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