Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Windows and Doors projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 104 Windows and Doors projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Windows and Doors Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $915,600.00 with a per project average of $8,803.00.
I need an exterior door either modified or completely replaced. It is an old wooden door that separates a kitchen from a porch area. The main problem is that is fits very poorly in the opening and is a real draft problem in winter. I had one contractor provide an estimate to take the existing "antique-ish door" and modify it to fit the existing doorway. I'd like an estimate for that (if possible), but regardless, I would also like an estimate on replacing the door entirely.
I have had windows and doors replaced in my home and I have been in reno mode for 2 months as the job has not been completed...I have been told by two inspectors that the workmanship is below standard and I basically want someone to come in and undo what has been done...doors need to be taken out and put back in properly...they were bought 2x4 and I have 2x6 construction...same with windows...door frames need installing, outside of windowws needs drip rail and stuccoing where cut out...front door needsw to be realigned...thank you
We have two rooms in the basement that we want to make into bedrooms, one of the rooms already has a window in it, the other room has none.
We will be fostering children so we require an Egress window with at least 22 inches in Height with a vertical opening.
I have contacted two differnt window contractors and their prices were very differnt from each other. One company quoted us $900 per window and the other one was $3,500 per window.
I would like to get an estimate on enlarging our basement window. I also need to make sure the contractor is good so we do not have leakage of water through the basement window after the enlargement. I am not sure how much this would cost so my budget is maybe $5000 or $6000 but i am not sure what it would cost so am willing to get a few estimates. I need people that have good ratings in their work as i dont need a nightmare after with less experienced people.
Install approximately 5 new sets of closet doors (double sliding doors), 7 new interior doors, remove linoleum and tile front foyer 9x4.5ft. House is built in the 60s, all of the interior and closet doors appear to be smaller than what is available at box store retailers (for example-home depot.)...assume all purchased doors need to be resized (not purchaed yet). Interior doors need to painted white.
I'd like to renovate my basement & build a 4th bedroom downstairs in the basement. I'm told I'd need a larger window in the basement bedroom to comply with building codes & to keep it legal. For your information, my house is built above grade & there's lots of room for a bigger window. There is an existing basement window in the wall already but that opening would have to be expanded by cutting the concrete.
Needing to put an Exterior door on the west side of a garage. There is no door currently so needs to be cut out and door installed. Our siding is stucco. Something simple:
Format 30"x80"x4 9/16" size I believe is standard so that will work just fine.
We are creating an area on the one side of the house as a dog run.
Looking for a quote of how much such a task would be and when one could install.
I am looking for someone who is insured to install my new exterior front door. The door itself is mahogany 36" x 80" and has 2 full sidelites which are each 14" wide. I ordered the brick mold loose so that will also need to be cut and installed.
Of course, the existing door also needs to be removed and placed in my garage.
House Constructed in 1945.. Currently has 32" x 80" steel door installed in existing jamb. Want old jamb removed ( including old
wood threshhold and new jamb installed complete w/ new exterior
wood brick mold that allows for full glass exterior storm door install
( not included) ( interior trim can be re used) to cover existing
stucco..( careful not to damage) .
Our interior and exterior front doors need adjustment due to the house shifting recently. This happens once or twice every couple of years and well it's happened again!!! We need this job to be completed asap as we can not use our front door currently as we're worried that we won't be able to lock the door again. Please help!
I have two bedroom doors I need installed in my condo. Neither opening has a jamb, they are both just dry walled.
One opening is framed properly and needs just the door casing and jamb installed. The opening is 83x32 inches roughly.
The second opening is 32 inches wide but there is no header and thus would need framing just at the top. I have an 8 foot ceiling with popcorn stippling.
Would just be looking for basic white 6 panel 80x30 prehung doors installed.
Needs to be done by january 15
Please let me know roughly what you would charge for this. I would likely be purchasing the doors myself.
We have finished engineered wood barn doors but they are too big for our space. We need about 3 inches taken off the bottom. There is a groove along the bottom to run along a track. We are unsure what the doors look like inside but we would need the groove. So either recut the groove or cut and paste the bottom on again.
The window in my kitchen is located at the side of the room and not much light gets in. I would like to move the window to the back of the kitchen to let more light in the room and I would like to remodel the kitchen in the future. I am also planning on painting my house soon, but don't want to paint until the window is moved.
Looking for estimate and rebate information to update insulation in attic and exterior walls and install upgraded windows. Home is not a newer home (maybe 1960s?) and is approximately 1,100 square feet. depending on finding best costs and workable reliable trustworthy contractors, looking to have work completed as soon as possible.
I wanted to install a layer of plexiglass over windows in my office building. This is for security reasons to prevent breakage of the windows. At this point in time shutters are not a viable option for me. I wish to install them in such a way that they can be conveniently removed and replaced, since they fade and turn yellow over time.
There is quite a few windows. They are between 8-9 of them and all have the same height of 70 inches however they vary in width from 33 to 45 inches across.
I am looking to have a modification made to the basement of my early-70's house in order to accommodate friends who will be moving in. As it stands there are 3 Main areas in the basement in addition to a laundry/utilities/workspace. The basement is considered a "finished space" with newly installed Dri-core (subfloor system) and laminate flooring.
Currently there are two smallish windows, both located along the back of the house in recesed wells. During recent storms there has been water leaking in around the frames. I have temporarily fixed this with spray foam sealent, however would like to have someone look at a more permanent solution.
One of those windows is currently hidden under the deck and also located directly below a sliding glass door that the previous owners had installed. As this window is essentially useless I would like to see it removed and the opening filled in with concrete to prevent any future leaks.
The second window is located in what would ideally be the bedroom, however I do not believe it is to the size required by code, and as I've had to seal it shut, it currently does not open anyway. In addition I believe the well is not properly installed with adequate drainage and could definitely be made larger for ease of use. Completely replacing this window and frame are within the scope of the work I would like investigated.
As a tertiary item I would like to investigate the possibility of having a window installed in the third room facing towards the side of the house. This would be a separate work item, however if the first project is completed successfully I would welcome the opportunity to follow up on the new window with the same company.
Please submit your ideas and best online estimates and availability for an on-site inspection and I will be in touch. Work can begin as soon as possible with an earliest start date of July 19th. Thank you for your time and attention.
To whom it may concern,
We need to have a exterior metal glass/screen door of condo-townhouse unit replaced. Currently, there is no door on the unit. We would likely purchase the door- we require it be installed correctly. Other details: the step portion (part of the original door frame) was also damaged; I am assuming that the door comes with the complete frame, including the step.
To Supply and install premium PVC windows. Replace frames (if required), and sealant, caulk, TRIPLE PANE glass plus argon.
2 - Double Hung 54" x 36" each
1 - Double Hung 54" x 40"
1 - Casement+fixed 30"+30" x 34"
Please include specifics of service being provided including Warranty info on:
windows, glass seals, labour, and cranks.
Please include in costs: PST, Labour & GST.
Online estimates only please. If I like the offer, I will contact you for a meeting.
I need 2 second story windows replaced. There are some moisture issues which may require some repairs before the new windows are installed. The front is cedar siding which likely will get damaged with window R&R; to be replaced with vinyl siding. Please indicate if you include materials in your pricing. Estimate required.
Bathroom Door Replacement
Specifications & Scope of Project
Removal of 51 bathroom doors and installation of 51 folding doors
Removal and disposal of door, hardware and frame
Enlarge opening to 42” wide, move light switch as required
Infill framing and blocking as required to support Whiterock frame door casing.
Install Therma-Formed Altro Whiterock as End Cap Covers to serve as door frame in 52 rooms
Supply prefabricated Whiterock (color Oyster) U shaped wall returns to serve as door frame as per details below and site visit.
Whiterock Framing - U shape size detail: 1.5” x 3.75” x1.5” (contractor to verify sizing)
Finishing - Requires 45 degree miter cuts on top joints, and may require some notching for bathroom counter and silicon. All side and top covers must be single piece – no joints, except at 45 degree miter cut. Joints to be silicone with like colour.
Patch flooring (52 rooms) – Patch and repair flooring, install approximately 6” X 43” Tarkett floor strip across opening to match bathroom flooring (or acceptable color match) – reinstall any cove base
Patch and paint any damages to walls made by contractor.
Install Woodfold Accordion Door Series 240 – must hang from top slider – no guide or slide on floor. Magnetic hold close
Remove all demo material from site
Washroom must be safely accessible to resident at the end of each work day. Floors must be swept and cleaned as necessary, exposed concrete and/or linoleum edges must be taped to reduce tripping hazard.
Tools, debris, extension cords, etc., must be carefully stowed and supervised or removed immediately from access by residents
Each room must have a dust barrier during demolition.
A secure room will be made available for the storage of contractor equipment and tools during the work project.
Hours of operation – between 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Street Parking only
Workers must wear identification badges
Contractor bid must have an acceptance period of 90 days
Contractor will be required to provide and maintain property and liability insurance
Contractor will be responsible for all necessary permits
The Contractor agrees that it is the Prime Contractor as designated under the Workplace Safety and Health Act Manitoba
The bidder shall confirm that the bidder is aware of and shall abide by all safety requirements, apprenticeship ratios, provincial labour laws and wage rates by completing the “Bidders Certification Form – Legislative and Safety Requirements” and submitting the completed form with the Bid.
This form will document that the bidder;
• Has a valid Certificate of Registration (COR™/SECOR™), or equivalent, for a safe workplace that meets national standards.
• Contributes to a skilled workforce by using only certified journeypersons or registered apprentices, in the appropriate ratios, for work in compulsory trades.
• Complies with specific Acts and regulations that apply to the work on the project.
Bid packages that do not include a signed copy of the “Bidders Certification Form – Legislative and Safety Requirements” by the bidder will be disqualified.
A full contract Documents Checklist will be provided to all interested bidders.
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