Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Dartmouth homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 20 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Dartmouth seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $328,000.00 with a per project average of $16,400.00.
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• Contractor is to remove the existing tub and remove any rotten or damaged materials in walls or floor system.
• Ensure that floor system beneath bathtub will adequately support tub when filled to its capacity.
• Make all required repairs and prepare rough opening as per manufactures recommendations for installation.
• Check all water and drain line for leaks and repair as required.
• Install a new bathtub complete with faucets, shower head, and all necessary lines need to provide hot and cold water to the bathtub.
• Install a trap and modify drain line as required.
• All exposed gyproc to be taped, filled and sanded giving a smooth finish using good industry practice.
• All joints around tub, shower stall walls, tub surround and floor are to be sealed with silicon caulking.
Tub Surround – Tile
• Remove existing tile and drywall to framing.
• Inspect and replace any deteriorated framing
• Install water resistant drywall and crack fill
• Install 4” x 4” ceramic wall tile from the tub to the ceiling, grout and seal.
• Take necessary action to ensure the area around the window is properly sealed to stop water infiltration.
• Remove existing floor covering in the bathroomand disposed of offsite.
• Remove existing baseboards and save to be reinstalled.
• Damaged baseboards are to be replaced with new.
• Re-nail or screw any loose sub floor.
• Properly prepare all surfaces to receive and install new flooring as per manufacturers recommendations.
• Transition strip to be installed.
• Flooring colour and pattern is to be the same as existing or suitable replacement. Approval to be given by management
The above work is to include labour, materials and all related equipment.
Any changes to the above specifications shall be discussed with management before proceeding.
All work related debris is to be disposed of off site.
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This bathroom hasn't been redone in at least 30 years (avocado fixtures). The house is a post-war construct, small 2 story, 24x24. I'd like the room gutted to studs and joists and the toilet moved a short distance. It's a small bathroom 8x6, with one window that I'd like to have covered on the lower half. or have the space filled with glass brick. I'd also like a pocket door installed. I have an electrician until the end of October for lighting and ventilation installation. I can do the painting and some demo myself to cut costs. There isn't another toilet, so I'd have to at least have the old one put back at the end of the work day if possible, or perhaps have one installed in the basement.
our house is a 49 year old bungalow. i would like a complete basement renovation. it would include an open concept design with a wood stove. it does have drywall already put in place that would have to be taken down. the duck system needs to be replaced also. it currently has half a bath that i would like expanded to have a shower/ laundry room. It currently has 2 seperate bedrooms. 1 could be taken apart . the other could be fixed up. the ceiling part needs to be done also. and of course it needs a really good floor, as it had musty carpet from the previous owners.That's already been torn up!! Preferrably, someone could come in and give us a free quote.
We have a too-small, cheap and leaking shower, and need to install a new, larger one. We are looking for consultation about what is necessary to have this done properly, to have a clear idea of costs, as well as having the work done. We want to install a glass shower, which would also entail tiling the shower wall. There is mould behind the existing wall at the floor level, and the drywall there may need replacing. The drain will likely need to be moved to accommodate the larger shower stall. The house is about fifteen years old, and the bathroom itself is about 11'x7', with no windows.
Leak behind shower requires repair. Floor and walls surrounding shower stall requires replacement due to water damage. Shower enclosure needs replacing as well. Bathroom is approx 9 yrs old.
Considering 2 options:
1. Repair walls and subfloor surrounding shower base, install new shower enclosure (one piece corner angled unit) and fixtures, install tile floor (6ft wide x 19ft long), will consider in floor heat install depending on price.
2. Repair wall and subfloor surrounding shower base. Tile shower walls and install new shower base, glass doors and fixtures. Install tile floor (6ft x 19ft), will consider in floor heat install depending on price.
This is a small bathroom in my lower floor of my townhouse. The room is partly finished. All that is required is the installation of ceramic floors, toilet, sink, faucet, trim and light fixture. Also, instead of a stand up shower, I ahve a one person infrared sauna to assemble and insert it in the area where the shower would be. For this, I would need an electrical outlet installed, preferably one that is recessed into the wall so that the sauna can sit flush to the wall. The trim (baseboard) would be installed around the sauna. All materials have been purchased already with the exception of connectors etc for sink and toilet as well as trim (baseboard), and grout. I am looking for a cost and time estimate and also when available. I would like the project to be done very soon.
Moisture meter reads high for tiles in bathroom. Need to remove them all and at same time I wish to completely remove the tub and put in a shower. The shower will be the same size as the tub. No corner stalls for this project!
I am open to ceramic tiles for walls and shower floor, also open to other materials for the surround. There is a window in the shower to the left side, very close to corner which will limit some material.
We will consider removing the tiles and the tub ourselves to reduce cost. Will consider opens that do not include glass door if shower curtain or glass blocks can be used instead. For faucets we are looking for something on the low side of middle range. We do not need a dome/roof of any kind.
Also, interested in a company who would offer a deal for the same renovation in the other side of the same duplex.
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