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I would like to have quotes for the following project. I need to have 22 fence post holes dug around my property. I am looking to have 6" holes dug 4 feet deep. I have a tree line at the back of the property but there should be accessibility to the required dig spots. The ground is believed to be clay with the possibilty of shale rock deposited when the original foundation was dug for the house. My house is located in the North West corner of Moncton, the Evergreen area. Please contact me via cellphone or via email.
Thank you for your interest.
I am looking to have the rest of my basement finished. One bedroom, one bathroom and a storage room. I will require permits.
The bedroom is partially done (framed and some drywall up), the bathroom plumbing is roughed in but otherwise unfinished. I will also require a network (cat 5) connection/box along with a coaxial (cable) connection/box. The bedroom is roughly 9 by 13. The ceiling is untouched and I would like it fully finished with drywall (no stucco). The is also the air exchanger ducting to be framed around. (this runs through the bathroom area, hall area and the bedroom).
This unfinished part will need to have the wiring moved for the bedroom as one light is in the bedroom and one light is in the "storage room" area. We are looking to have a full bathroom (if possible) with medium level finishes. Also matching Laminate in the bedroom/hallway. Potentially heating flooring in the bathroom, otherwise tile flooring (matching the other bathrooms).
New construction (2 years old), basement is "roughed in" and would like to have it finished with same standards (or better) as upstairs. About 1000 square feet, 1 large living space, 2 rooms (gym, office) and one bathroom + a storage (requires a vent for dryer and hook up for washing machine)
Will require: flooring (cork), pot light, light fixture, electrical work, drop ceiling, staircase finish, plumbing, sheet rock, paint and finishes. Looking for ideas to deal with the electrical box (in the middle of the wall...)
This is a brand new home with an unfinished basement that we would like to have finished. It has a roughed in second bath/laundry room with all other space open. It is about 1000 square feet including the space the bathroom takes up (about 12 x 12). For flooring we want tile in the bathroom and then an insulated subfloor with laminate on top for the rest of the space to be finished. We would like to split half of the remaining space into two rooms while leaving the other half as one large room. We would need walls put up and painting done as well as running some electrical to have sockets set up, etc...
I need to have a single vehicle garage built with an in-law suite which includes a three piece bathroom and a small kitchenette counter (fridge; couple of induction burners; small sink; microwave). I would also like to have a quote for there being the washer and drier to have a space in the gand one without.
16.5x27.6 addition to include a large bedroom,large handicapped washroom
bedroom opens onto a 12x12 deckand has a wheelchair rampto 7x7 turn then contues to driveway
gut and turn into open concept kitchen for handicapped person, move inside stairs to allow for addition. replace front door to accessable needs, replace all interior doors and finish mouldings. put atub into existing bathroon. new kitchen cabinets.
major plumbing and electrial updates
Hi folks, we recently bought our first home and are looking at renovating the kitchen and bathroom. The home is a 60 year old bungalow with an outdated layout so we might want to open up the kitchen and move the bathroom. Thankfully the basement is unfinished so that should help make it easier to move things around.
We would also like to possibly add a patio door where an existing window is for easier access to the back yard. This of course will all depend on what we can get with our budget. We take ownership of the home in a couple weeks but we can always get the keys from the realtor to have a walk through.
I recently had my 4 bedroom home divided into two 2 bedroom units, by having new walls added, and a new interior entrance made. I need that job finished, since it wasn't done to fire code. There needs to be fire rated drywall installed for all the dividing walls between both units, up to the roof line, as well as the basement ceiling, since the basement runs under both units. Also, an existing set of two straight steps that runs into a wall needs to be rebuilt to be a set of winding steps to the new interior entrance. Also the interior wall and its new entrance needs to be re-finished, and a light switch moved to the other side of the new entrance.
Currently looking for a quality installer to provide install services for an install company. Doors, windows, roofing, siding, eaves and insulation are the programs that we are currently looking to fill. Contractors must have valid WCB, insurance and complete a criminal background check.
Contractors would set their own pricing for jobs and manage the install from start to finish. We would provide you with leads of customers interested in work and supply suport in various ways, cover the cost of doors and windows, chase all bad debt, provide financing options to extend to customers, etc.
Hi, I am looking at having rnovation s done to my house Either this summer or this fall. I need a quote on changing my carport into two storey garage with a bedroom an bathroom on the second level. Close down my stairs to the basement, take down one wall, refresh my kichen and add one or two bedroom in the basement. Can you help?
approx. 1000 square foot detached home, 60 year old home with original windows and doors. the windows we have now don't open, which is frustrating in hot, summer months, and leak in the winter, which increase the cost of heating. the doors are also very aged, and let out much of the heat in the winter as well.
the roof is quite old -- at least 40 years, and has certainly seen better days. at least one bedroom in the upstairs has had a leak, either from the attic or roof.
there are 17 windows in the house: 2 small basement, 7 medium sized on the main floor (plus one smaller over the kicthen sink), and 7 small/medium windows upstairs.
we would love to invest in something that will save us time, money and hassel.
windows that open would also be a luxury, bringing us into 2011, but being a stay at home mom to 3 kids with a husband working on the other side of the country, i'd be willing to settle for whatever is most fairly priced.
It is an OLD house, American 4squre style, ttftg: 3600,
1) attic : now is not livable. I wish to make it liveable with a big bathroom
2) 2nd floor : kitchen : island with a sink; living room: replace the old fireplace
3) the balcony .bathroom: still can use it, only simple polish.
4) the 1st floor : almost like the 2nd floor.
We have undergone the renovation of an 85 year old home. The home is 30'X30' and will soon require an extension 16'X17', at the back of the house. We have stripped it clean of all plaster and walls, removed all the electrical and plumbing elements. We have already reenforced the floor joists and beams, using engineer specifications. Soon, we will sart replacing all windows, rewire, rough in and insulate the entire existing part of the home. We will then be adding the extension once the snow and yard dries out. A full set of plans and elevations are available, and a on-site visit can be arranged.
Repair one 16 by 8 foot wall. Has moisture, mold issues. Wall is north facing, part of master bedroom / small bathroom.
Replace large shed door. Lock and door should be able to withstand the elements.
Repair main mini home front door jam, screen door and door / knob and lock.
I am currently looking for two quotes from a general contractor who can do the following renovations on my house. Depending on my budget, I may limit my project to roofing + windows and address the siding later, which is why I will request two quotes (1 for roofing + windows, another one all included):
1. Roofing + Windows:
- Replace 9 windows (some are fairly new, but we want them to be all the same style);
- Replace roof shingles; I've started seeing pieces of shingles on my porch and many of them are flipping; My house is a 1 1/2 storey (approx. 500 sq. ft. + 100 sq. ft. extension = ~600 sq. ft area under roof), very steep roof with brick chimney; I also need to have a toilet vent installed (I had a new toilet installed and a "fake vent" was put until I do my roofing);
- Replace all the siding; I want new house wrap, polystyrene foam sheets under and all exhausts and vents replaced to match (dryer, bathroom fan, pellet stove air intake, 3 attic vents, 3 outside lights, and possibly more);
Do not hesitate to contact me for more information.
I plan to have the renovations start spring/summer 2015.
I am accepting quotes to renovate a retail location in Moncton, New Brunswick. Please note, the office is open seven (7) days per week. The work will need to be completed in the evenings/weekends outside of business hours. The area to be renovated is approximately 910 square feet (48’-0”L x 19’-0”). The work MUST be completed within the determined time period.
• Demolition – remove and dispose of existing millwork
• Data/Electrical – redistribute data/electrical per new floor plan. Installation of duplex outlets as needed throughout. Installation of pendant lighting. Obtain necessary electrical permit if required.
• 3D Wall panels – installation and painting of 3D wall panels and trim.
• Brochure ledges – supply and install brochure ledges.
• Baseboards – removal of existing baseboards and installation of new baseboards.
• Drywall Patching/Repair – perform any necessary wall preparation/repair needed prior to painting.
• Painting – paint front office, hallways and bathroom.
• Touch-Ups – make any necessary paint touch-ups after completion of all work.
• Flooring – perform any necessary floor preparation/levelling required prior to installing new flooring.
• Flooring – perform installation of new bio-flooring tile/LVT tile in front office area.
• Flooring – add a minimum 2 coats of sealant/protectant to the new flooring.
• Debris – remove all debris from job site from demolition to completion.
Please reply to indicate interest and a full Scope of Work will be provided to you at that time.
Thank you in advance for your interest.
Looking to construct a semi-detach, 3 levels 4,240sqft including the basement (2,120sqft per side). Looking for quotes for framing (floor, wall, doors, windows, roof, interior and exterior finishes, ect). Does you're company handle projects this size?
I have just purchased a home that I need to make some changes to in order to have a functional basement apartment. The main thing that needs done is one basement window needs to be enlarged so that it meets code. The bedroom does not have a window because the outside wall goes to the garage. I would like someone to look at it and see if a window can be put there anyways (although I am pretty sure we can't). Otherwise, the window in the livingroom needs to be extended up and over so that it meets regulations.
Other than that, I have a small hole in one of the room where the piping is that I need boxed in but still accessible and I need one, maybe 2 doors installed in order to separate the two apartments. There is a frame there for 1 of the doors, but the other will need a frame and some drywall (at the bottom of a set of stairs) - only if I determine it is needed.
Upstairs, I want to add a washer and dryer in the wardrobe room. There is already a sink and counter there that will need torn out but that also means there is already a hot/cold water hook up there for the washing machine. THe dryer will need to be vented out the outside wall so that will need to be done as well. Other than that, they need to be connected to a new breaker and we should be good.
Transforming my carport into a garage (10 feet larger than the existing carport).
Closing down an existing staircase going down to basement (middle of kitchen) and place floor over existing staircase entrance.
Renovating the kitchen (new countertops, bigger island, backsplash, lighting and new floor too), bringing down a small wall to create open concept.
Relocating the main floor bathroom, using the existing one to enlarge the master bedroom and creating a walk in closet.
Creating two bedroom in the basement and adding one window in the basement for one of the bedrooms.
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