Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Dartmouth homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 10 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Dartmouth seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $320,000.00 with a per project average of $32,000.00.
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Approx 600sq-ft; comprised of a main room with a fireplace, a laundry room, three piece bathroom, and bedroom with storage room/large closet attached. House is 35yrs old with electric heat.
Was originally finished but water damage was found. Water drainage issue corrected but basement is now completely ripped up.
Would like it finished (incl the bathroom replaced - some fixtures saved). Will need to be reframed, drywalled, painted, and laminate flooring preferably installed throughout. Ceiling will also need to be redone. Existing lighting may be able to be reused but would discuss possibility of updating the lighting from current flouresant tube lighting.
Would like project completed as soon as possible.
We are looking to change the layout in our basement. The project would include: removing walls to create a move open concept in the main living area and relocating walls to push back and make more space. Plumbing and electrical would need to be moved as well. We are looking to increase the open area in our basement, but also change the bathroom layout (some new fixtures in the bathroom) and move the laundry from the currently location (in the bathroom) to the other side of the wall creating a separate laundry room. We would be open to re-doing the floors throughout the basement with a different type of laminate and possibly tile in the bathroom and laundry room. Detailed quotes would be appreciated, but a look at the space is essential I am sure. I welcome contractors to visit to create a true quote (free quotes are appreciated). Thank you!
* Updated Jan. 12/09 *
Insulate a small, unfinished basement (27', 1 3/4" wide x 35' long) with a basic wood sub-floor and a studded wall with proper vapour barrier and fiberglass insulation in order to make the house more energy efficient. The age of house is between 50-55 years old.
Currently, the basement is unfinished with exposed concrete for the floor and walls. There is a small drainage trench (about 2 inches deep and 4 inches across) running along the base of the wall. The basement is primarily used for storage. Permanent fixtures include an oil fired furnace, oil tank, hot water heater, washer and dryer.
In the process of purchasing our first home and trying to determine how much work to expect before going forward.
The home we are looking at purchasing is about 60 years old. We're looking to turn a unfinished basement into a multi-purpose rec room/laundry room/workshop space. Most specifically we're looking for the basic finishings, flooring, walls and drywalling, trim and paint with the intention of personalizing ourselves.
We're also looking to put in a 3 pc bathroom on the 2nd floor, directly above the main bath, using space from the current bedroom closets. We're looking to do just a shower stall with a 1 sink vanity and low-flush toilet, nothing super elaborate. To complete the project we would need to replace the closet/storage in the current bedrooms.
I have a room (approx. 10ft by 11ft) in my basement that I'd like to turn into a finished bedroom for my daughter. It currently has a door leading to the outside which would need to be taken out and filled in. It also has one wall that would need to be brought fully across (right now the wall ends about 4 feet from the adjoining wall) and have a door inserted. I would like to have is carpeted too, right now it has a vinyl floor. I have an old house in Dartmouth (100 yrs old), but this part of the house is bright and airy and just needs to be finished. Thanks!
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