Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Aurora homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 29 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Aurora seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $497,000.00 with a per project average of $17,137.00.
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We are looking to renovate our basement. Here is what needs to be done:
Removal and disposal of sub floor (approx 500 sqft)
Install laminate floor in basement and landing of stair case (500 sq ft)
Supply and install new railing with square post and spindles painted white and hand rail stained dark walnut
Drywall bulkhead around beams and post, tape, float smooth, sand and prime
Install and supply new 6 panel bi-fold door
Removal and disposal of wood paneling and T-Bar ceiling
Remove Dry Wall and Paneling
Install Drywall (insulation will be done separately)
Supply and install new T-Bar ceiling with 6 pot lights
Supply and install new baseboard and door casing
My bathroom remodel has come to a halt because of some questionable electrical. The vanity light that I removed has no junction box. I also want to install a new fan with light over the toilet. The electrical socket need to be updated to GFI for safety. I also have a vanity with countertop to install.
Looking to renovate our terrible looking master bath for selling purposes.
It is less than 35 sq. ft. of actual floor space. (bath tub and shower take up the rest.
Looking to give it a facelift, as we bought it a few years the way it is and never got around to fixing it.
We would like to put in new vanity, toilet, shower and possibly tub as well as lights and flooring. The tub currently has tiling all around it so not sure how big of a project it will be to remove it completely to get more floor space back and get a smaller updated tub.
Im not sure as to how large the washroom area in the basement is to be exact. Although it looks as if there is enough roughed in piping for a toilet, sink, and shower.
Materials wise, just a simple tile on the floor, porcine toilet and sink, and a fiber glass shower. Nothing too fancy with materials.
The basement is finished and the house is roughly 4-5 years old.
I am looking to do some moderate renovations to my home. I would like to have the following completed
1. Update the flooring in the Kitchen from laminate to tile. Possibly also change the counter and sink
2. Update the 3 bathrooms with new sinks, new floor (tiles) and new cabinets
3. Possibly change the bathroom tiles to match the new cabinets
4. Install pot lighting in a few rooms
- Option #1
- Use current 19 * 17 deck shape on current framing. Two extra cement post will be needed.
- Replace pressure treated with composite deck boards.
- Build new composite railings (black picket or glass inserts).
- Replace14' long three step down with composite boards, covered facing and light kit (Stringer already in place).
- Build ~11' long, 32" deep covered bbq area (e..g., 2* 32" W, 35" cabinets with space for 6' bbq).
- Incorporate future (or immeidate) interlock patio design adjacent to deck.
- Open to design ideas. I can send pictures and measurements if this helps.
- Build shower enclosure. Hot/cold shower already functional.
- Remove existing deck and start fresh.
We would like everything replaced in our Master bathroom.
- Remove existing bath tab
- At least double the size of the shower and replace all tiles.
- replace floor tiles
- remove sink and install 2 sinks
- remove counter top
- move position of toilet, replace toilet.
- replace mirrow with 2 mirrows.
We have two bathrooms on the second floor (a master ensuite and a guest bathroom). The two bathrooms share a wall currently and we'd like for both bathrooms to be renovated.
Guest Bathroom will need to be refreshed
*currently a 3 piece bathroom
- New toilet
- New tub
- New plumbing fixtures
- Existing vanity top can be re-used
- New cabinets
- New exhaust
Master Ensuite Bathroom - complete re-do and expansion
*Master is currently next to a walk-in closet that has access to the attic. Walk-in closet can be shrunken to expand the master.
- Converting 3 piece bathroom to a 4 piece
- New tub
- New vanity
- New toilet
- New layout
- New glass shower stall
- New exhaust
I would like the renovations to be started in January 2016.
I have master ensuite I am looking to renovate. I am not moving any fixtures, keeping existing tub. Still debating on how much work i want done, the most important thing I NEED to have done is a new stand up shower put in (there was a tub surround stand up shower previously and it leaks a little between the tub surround and glass enclosure. The silicon essentially separates when the tub surround flexes). Looking for tilled base, two walls tiles and glass enclosure.
And if it fits my budget I am looking to have the floors and tub re-tiled and potentially a new vanity put in.
Looking for a professional contractor/plumber who is reasonably priced.
Our bathroom fan in our master bedroom is currently vented to our attic and we're hoping to find someone that can vent it externally prior to the winter starting. We'd also like for someone to inspect the attic space and confirm there are no issues that exist as a result of the fan being vented to the attic previously.
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