Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 47 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $235,600.00 with a per project average of $5,012.00.
We are completely renovating our kitchen. All of the cabinets have been removed, we are having the electrical redone and a company is doing the demo and rebuild. We require work to be done to remove one drain from double sink (there are two drains lines going to the main drain pipe), install supply lines and drain for our dishwaser and install a gas line for a new free standing gas stove.
Leaking problem in the bathroom. There is leaking evidence on the bathroom linoleum floor. I suspect that this is coming from the toilet as well as pipes that have rusted in the basement possibly be replacing the pipes perhaps?. Leaking evidence in the basement wall and ceiling beneath where the bathroom was located on the main floor.
Supply and install a backwater valve on the main sewer line in the basement. Backwater valve should have clear top so that it can be easily inspected. Estimate should include the cost of any work assoicated with adjusting the grade of the sewer line in order to accomodate the backwater valve.
This work will require a permit and be done in accordance with Winnipeg by-laws in order to be eligible for the rebate program.
Estimate should exclude cost of installing concreate and encasement to cover exposed pipe since this work can be done by the homeowner.
Home is a raised bi-level, built in 1977 with a PVC sewer line. Installation to be completed by April 1, 2011.
Developing a residential 2 acre site inside the City of Winnipeg with no services (hydro and Gas only)
Need 3 quotes for supply and install of following:
Septic field and Well
Plumbing rough in for 3 full and 1 half bathrooms, Laundry, Kitchen, garage
Bathroom in basement(engineered floor)
Plumbing in garage with drain
You would have to tee into gas line and run obout ten to 12 feet of gas line and come up through the basement floor to kitchen for my new gas appliance, basement is not finished so it would be easy coming through the floor, also you would tee in where there is a 90 degree elbow so do not have to cut the line, would need a shut off valve.
, i need an estimate only not a fixed quot would like it done soon as am moving in very soon.
i just bought the home and need it done soon, December 22 still have not receaved a response from anyone, hoping to soon.
House is 100 years old. I am renovating basement. While the plumbing is still open I would like a general plumbing inspection overall and necessary repairs. My basement pipes are all visible and accessible. Noted are two problems:
1). An undersink bypass of an old filter system in the main floor kitchen. Should be fairly simple.
2). More importantly, a soil stack is seeping for at least a 2 foot vertical joint crack just above basement floor and down to floor level or just above. I hesitate to attempt any DIY as perhaps the leak is also beneath the floor level, and I do not want to have any doubts when I finish the walls and the tiling.
I would like to get 2 estimates. However, as the leak is very minimal (and has likely been there forever) I can wait a few days. I just need to finish the flooring, insulation, etc. within the next 2 or 3 weeks--so I would need this repaired in a week or two. If below floor inspection is required, I can knock out the concrete for that.
Can anyone give me a rough estimate on the cost to re-plumb my 2 storey house? It is an older home, approx. 95 years old. I just purchased this house and took posession less than a week ago and now need to have the pipes replaced because they froze when the furnace stopped working! Some of the pipes sprung leaks. I believe the current pipes are galvanized and some copper.
I had a plumber come by to inspect everything and he told me that I will need to have all the main lines re-placed, the main drainage pipe ( I believe the stack?), and possibly the pipes in the second floor washroom. I also need to have a line installed to hook up a washing machine and would also like to have the kitchen sink re-routed to another area in the kitchen.
Can anyone give me a estimated cost to have all this done? Also, is there a cheaper alternative in installing a washing machine hook up? The plumber I spoke to tonight told me he would have to break the concrete floor in the basement to install a washing machine hook up. If I were to have the washing machine hooked up on the main floor instead, would this cost less?
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks for your time.
I have a bungalow with the laundry in a room on the main floor. I want to change that room into a bedroom and move the washer and dryer to the utilty room with the furnace and hot water tank in the basement. I need to know if it would be possible and an estimate on what it would cost.
Details - the room has vinyl flooring and need to remove and replace with carpet, Need to seal and remove pipes and drainage, And seal dryer vent. When installing in basement will need to set up new dryer vent as well as doing the plumbing.
Would appreciate estimates (if it can be done) on cost, time to do and what would be involved.
We were having a new faucet put in the kitchen as was told our water shut off valve was broken so we could not turn off the water to the house. I am just looking for some pricing on how much this would cost and availability to do the work. I.E. are you booked for the next 2 weeks or are you flexible?
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