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I am interested in finishing my basement. The area is approximately 800 square feet. Currently, the basement is simply cement walls and floor, but it is water tight. Within the basement I would like to include: laundry/furnace room, one bathroom with shower stall and a rec room. I am interested in receiving a free estimate regarding the cost of the project.
This will be the third time in 15 years that I have replaced a soft subfloor (under the toilet) and vinyl flooring in a downstairs bathroom.
I need someone who can diagnose why this keeps happening and can get it right.
So what needs to be done . . . toilet removed and vinyl flooring removed in a small downstairs bathroom; rotten part of subfloor replaced; and new vinyl replaced or I'll get a flooring specialist to do it. Then toilet needs to be reinstalled but should I use a plumber?
House is approximately 80-90 years old, with old lathes and plaster, but with renovations by previous owners, that included , possibly wallboard or arborite, as a vapor barrier, as the bathroom doesn't have an exhaust fan !! What this has done is create nowhere for the moisture to go , and all the paint has peeled and chipped ! The electrical system is archaic, and the flooring has to be redone!! A new vanity and sink have to be installed, and an Exhaust fan installed !! After all these repairs are done, the painting can be handled by us, the homeowners, unless included in the price !!?? We are open for view and quotes & and will be very stringent in our acceptance of quotes, determined by your quality of work, & your customer reviews, as this could be an expensive issue, that we want done RIGHT !! Please reply & we will return your calls !! Thank You !
I am looking to have my bathroom refreshed with new facets; installation of a small hatch on the exterior wall to access plumping, and a new molding at the area where the wall and tub join and where the tub and floor meet. I'd also like to investigate having the door open outward as opposed to inward. The bathroom is very small and the inward swing makes the room even smaller.
I am also looking to have a small space in the basement made into a small workout room. Not looking for anything too elaborate but a 10 X 10 space with floor; ceiling and walls made conducive for a dry gym area. There is a small window that does not open that I would like replaced with a slider window.
The house is 60+ years with a very small bathroom and an unfinished basement with relative low ceilings.
The bathroom is in the second floor of a 100 year old home. Bathroom size is 6.5 x 9.5 feet. The floor is a bit unlevel so a new subfloor is required. Within this small bathroom, we presently have a sink, toilet and shower/tub...we would like to have a walk in shower and a separate small clawfoot tub instead. There will need to therefore be some plumbing work done, and potentially a new stack venting to the roof. We will need new flooring (have not selected type) and would like to have tile on the wall (? subway tile perhaps). We will need some assistance with creative solutions to the design of the bathroom.
As this is a 100 year old home we would like to have the style of the bathroom match the vintage of the home. We have completed a number of renovations over the years, in 4 different houses, and have had some challenges with proper installation of showers, etc, by contractors so we need to ensure the contractor has good past experience and expertise in bathrooms!!!
My house is a split entry, with one bathroom upstairs and one downstairs. The downstairs bathroom has water spots on the ceiling and we believe it is coming from the overflow spout in the upstairs bathroom. We need to have the downstairs bathroom ceiling removed, the leak repaired, and a new ceiling (drywall?) installed.
I'm looking to have a wall mounted mirror and elogated cabinet removed as well as the toilet removed. The walls primered and painted. The ceramic tiles replaced with new. Which have likewise, already been acquired. The new toilet put in
which has already been ordered but not received.
After the walls are painted and the floor and toilet in, I'll need an already aquired vanity/sink cabinet placed for the plumber to connect.
This condo/apartment was constructed in 1981. Plumbing of the sink and toilet was done in 2011 and 2012.
House is a 3br 1 bathroom in the South End part of Halifax.
The bathroom is 7'11 x 5'3, and not very functional or practical.
We would like the bathroom completely renovated, which includes taking out the bathtub, toilet, sink, and possibly the radiator, and reshuffling the room layout.
Fixtures will be updated to include a walk in shower, sink, toilet. As well, we will likely install a new floor in the bathroom.
Possible problem issues include possibly rejigging some plumbing lines and the radiator, depending on what is feasible.
We are ready to proceed with this project and would appreciate you coming by to inspect, offer suggestions, and go ahead with it.
Upper floor of our house consists of a large master suite with a large dated bathroom.
Our Goal: To convert the bathroom and walk-in closet with sloping ceiling (behind existing bathroom) into a comfortable bedroom for our son and a smaller bathroom.
Target date: END of AUGUST for bedroom; We want our toddler's move to be as easy as possible
Main Parts of Reno:
1. Reroute plumbing for toilet, sink, & tub and install new fixtures.
2. Install new dividing wall (approx 8' x 10') with electrical .
3. Add electrical / plumbing for stackable washer /dryer.
4. Install new doors for bedroom and bathroom.
5. Bedroom install: create closet, install electrical outlets, light switch, ceiling light, and put in at least 1 small window (possibly 2).
6. Ensure ceiling insulation adequate.
50 year old house, no previous major bathroom renovation. Upstairs bathroom lacks proper exhaust-ventilation system; ceiling over the bathtub/shower is progressively molding away; need to install exhaust-ventilation system and would like to remove tub and replace with a tile shower cabin with a bench and low-flow shower head; also possibly replace old toilet with dual flush. Downstairs would like to create a second small bathroom (not sure if full or half bath -- depends on cost) in what is currently a laundry area.
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