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General Contracting Projects in Aurora

Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Aurora homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.

In total, TrustedPros has received 9 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Aurora seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $535,000.00 with a per project average of $59,444.00.

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Compare General Contracting Budgets for the Surrounding Areas

City No. Projects Total Value Avg Budget
Richmond Hill 28 $1,505,000.00 $53,750.00
Markham 25 $1,363,000.00 $54,520.00
Newmarket 15 $930,000.00 $62,000.00
Thornhill 10 $380,000.00 $38,000.00
Vaughan 9 $460,000.00 $51,111.00
Keswick 7 $325,500.00 $46,500.00
Bradford 6 $270,000.00 $45,000.00
Stouffville 5 $610,000.00 $122,000.00
Aurora 7 $535,000.00 $59,444.00

Projects By Aurora Homeowners

Home Renovations - Various Projects

Hello,

I am looking for a Contractor/Company that would be able to complete ALL projects listed below.

The work will need to begin on August 24th, and ideally be finished by the 31st.

1. REMOVE existing flooring on main level and INSTALL new hardwood flooring.

2. INSTALL Fan Exhaust for main level kitchen

3. INSTALL a double sink for main level kitchen (currently have a single sink)

4. INSTALL NEW kitchen (including new cabinets, counters) for lower level

5. INSTALL Fan Exhaust for lower level kitchen

6. REMOVE existing ceiling in lower level bedroom and INSTALL new ceiling (drywall) with pot lighting

Again, I'm looking for a single company that can handle the above projects.

Posted By: Eric | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000

Kitchen & Bedroom Addition

Our lot is 30' x 170' deep. The front of the house has a front porch that's not insulated. The living/dining room is the original house with a low basement/cellar with concrete flooring where our washer and dryer and other storage items are kept. The kitchen is an old addition built onto the back of the house. The stairs are immediately in front of the entrance from the front porch. The staircase is narrow and the railing up top does not meet safety standards. The stairway is also closed off by a wall.

With our 5 year old we're finding that we're outgrowing our house so since we love the area and our neighbours/neighbourhood, we would really like to do what we can to stay but our house needs work so we&squot;re looking to turn our place into a beautiful home that would also be suitable for entertaining.

We would like to take off the old addition at the back part of the house (main floor kitchen and upstairs master bedroom) and build a kitchen/great room, master bedroom with ensuite with glass shower, Jacuzzi tub, heated floors, etc. We would also like a walk-in closet. The MINIMUM addition is 20x25' and would also have a basement (preferably finished). Beside our existing bedroom is a bathroom that doesn&squot;t need work and past that, down the very small hallway and at the front of the house are two small bedrooms. My idea is to open up the two into one and would need to be completely renovated for my son.

We were thinking that the existing living room would be a dining room sitting area. We would like the front porch insulated and the wall partially opened up for a nice entrance way. The wall beside the stairs dividing the living room/stairs would be removed and the staircase opened up with new stairs. The structural wall between the existing kitchen/living room would possibly be opened up as well and there would be hardwood throughout. There would be a side entrance into the addition and if possible a powder room somewhere on the main floor if possible. The new kitchen would be next to the dining room with an island and granite countertops with new appliances and breakfast area and the new family room would likely be towards the back of the addition with a fireplace and sliding glass doors to the backyard. The basement would have a bedroom and bathroom with carpet. Haven&squot;t quite got to where the laundry will be yet, perhaps we could come up with ideas for that too.

I&squot;m hoping for some creative ideas for the perfect design as well as tasteful decorating to turn our existing home into a beautiful heritage home that really maximizes the space. The house would also be left in •€˜turn-key&squot; condition. If you think you are able to assist with this and your experience matches with our requirements, you may contact us.

Thanks.

Chris and Lisa

Posted By: Chris | Budget: $100,000 - $250,000

Kitchen and floor renovation

I am looking for a quote to renovate my 14 year old house I am not sure of the square footage. List of what i need is below.

Remove ceramic floor in hallway and kitchen and replace with hardwood.

Remove hardwood floor from living and dining room and replace with new hardwood.

sand, paint or stain stairs

remove and replace handrail.

refinish hardwood floors on second level.

reface kitchen cabinets

Posted By: Andrea | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000

Laundry Room renovation

Would like to renovate the main floor laundry room.

Things that I would like to be changed/added:

1. shelving (wall-to-wall and broom closet)

2. countertop

3. washer and dryer to be closer to the wall (move dryer vent and plumbing into the wall, with in wall lint trap)

4. new sink and faucet with pull out hose

5. install a few ikea fold-away wall drying racks

6. remove door trim and to be a proper entry way

The top four items are the most important.

Posted By: Jane | Budget: $1,000 - $5,000