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Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Barrie homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 47 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Barrie seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,941,000.00 with a per project average of $41,297.00.
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|City||No. Projects||Total Value||Avg Budget|
Replacing old ceramic tile in foyer with new cobblestone and that will be extended into kitchen and powder room. Powder room will have new finishes including vanity, mirror and toilet.
Subsequent projects to follow include: granite kitchen counter top, and new sink install. Garage doors and garage side window. Removal of sliding door entrance way.
Posted By: Val | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
Hi, My name is Jef C. and I am a mortgage agent here in Barrie. I am working on promoting purchase plus improvements mortgages and I require a contractor that can give me a quote on making improvements to homes that are for sale. Potential buyers would then have the information they need to buy a house that needed work such as an updated kitchen or bathroom and I would offer them a "purchase plus improvements" mortgage that allowed them to finance the improvements as part of the mortgage. The lawyer just holds your money in escrow until the job is completed.
Purchase plus improvements mortgages are readily available from many lenders but are not frequently chosen because of the added time required to get a quote from a contractor to do the needed work. Since most real estate deals leave only 5 days to fulfill conditions, there just isn't time for most buyers to find a contractor and arrange to get a quote. If there were even a rough quote in place already, I think a good number of people would be interested to know that by adding as little as $20 a month to the mortgage for every $5,000 in renovations that a house can easily be transformed in to a dream home right away. I wish I had known about this many years ago, I could have saved myself a lot of aggravation!
If you would like to be on my list of contractors who would like to offer quotes on jobs in this regard, please email me. If you or someone you know needs a mortgage, I also offer generous finders fees as well as bumping referring contractors higher up on my list of people to call.
Posted By: Jef | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
I had a beautiful vine growing up the side of my house which got up and under the base of the siding and caused it to buckle......it had travelled up quite high...... It ruined the tywrap and drywall and mice are getting in. We have removed the vine and need this repaired ASAP . I also need the other side looked at because one area in my house the floor is freezing and actually gets frost up against the wall..... My house is only 15 years old.
I also would like a quote on an extension.
Posted By: Lisa | Budget: $1,000 - $5,000
This job is only available to carpenters/handymen in Barrie or 10 km outside of Barrie.
Create 'interior' walls, U shape configuration for a trade show booth;
This needs to be stable without fastening to anything (i.e. screwed to floor or outside wall).
the booth is 8' x 8' - there will be 3x (8' x 8') sides to the booth;
I envision using 8' x 4' drywall mounted landscape using no mud on the seams - instead chair rails/trim to cover;
in corners some type of corner molding;
- no cutting in the trade show hall;
- cutting and preparation can be made in your shop on feb 28 (thurs) or before 10am March 1st;
- assembly must be March 1st between 12p & 2pm;
If you are available for this - pls call or email with an idea of cost and your ability to suit our time lines.
Posted By: George | Budget: Uncertain
Roughly 18x22 garage. will need the pad + footings. 1 side entrance door, vinyl siding, insulated, fascia, sofits, 1 window (sized of a normal everyday single hung style, nothing major or fancy) gable roof, singled and gutters. Would like to get away with stick framing instead of engineered trusses. Need it big enough to fit tote bins in for added storage, say 4-5' from the middle to peak of roof.
Basement entrance will need to be covered with an entrance way. Vinyl or stucco siding will do. Build to height of the door to enter the entrance, and slopped backwards towards road.
Looking for estimates right now, and building in the near future. Just want an idea of what I would be looking at.
Posted By: Aaron | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
In the current part of our house we are looking for a renovated bathroom and living room, new insulation, deck. Also looking to add a addition including a double car garage with living quarters above, also a new driveway would be needed. Fairly large Reno. Would like to meet to go over plans/ideas and quotes.
Posted By: Kevin | Budget: Uncertain
Supply and install commercial grade, glue down carpet on aprox 400sq ft
Supply and install low grade tile on aprox 560sq ft
All flooring installed over existing concrete
Supply and install € hose taps down warehouse wall aprox 150LF total
Supply and install hot and cold water connections with shut offs to washing machine area. Aprox 50LF
Supply and install aprox 15 feet of watts brand trench drains
Cutting, excavating, and disposing of concrete included
Trench drains to be connected to existing city drains with an oil interceptor between the trench and city drain
Supply and install door chime to activate when the front door opens to alert the back shop
Supply and install one 220v receptacle no more then 35&squot; from the panel
Supply and install two 110v at aproxemetly 12&squot; and 24&squot; from the panel
Waterproofing of walls
Supply and install 4x8FRP panels along 20&squot; of warehouse wall
Seal FRP panels to existing flooring using caulking
Window into shop
Supply and install commercial window in office area wall. Aprox 4x8
Posted By: Andrew | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
1900 square foot home 3 bed 1.5 bath t wo floors basement not being finished.
wallpaper in some bedrooms and halways I provide all materials i need only laybor in prepaping wall primer and paint .living room kitchen laundry roon some walls need some plaster work from nails from pictures,
house is fully trimmed need to be painted estimate only
Posted By: LUIGI | Budget: $1,000 - $5,000
Serving Barrie & the GTA
Our company builds custom, homes, renovation & design and restores client dreams with experienced trade professionals.
Jobs available include:
Own vehicle and tools manditory. Subject to interviews & review requirements.
We thank all applicants and only qualified individuals will be contacted.
Compensation depends on experience
Posted nov / 09 / 2011
Ends DEC/11/ 2011
Posted By: James | Budget: Uncertain
Kitchen- move wall into dinning room 2 feet, dementions 18.6 x 12. add new cuboards, floor, backsplash and lighting install all appliances
Front hall tile into kitchen 50 square feet
Master Bath- move wall 2 feet into bedroom, dementions 14x6. Double vanity, jet tub, tile shower with glass, flooring & electical
Master bed build closet 5.6 x 2.6
Main bath tile floor, remove some tile from wall new counter top, sink, toilet resurface tub
Carpet master, 2x spare bedrooms, family room 770 square feet
Drywall family rm 2 walls 12.11 x 18.10
1/2 bath- take closet out, new vanity toilet, tile 4 x 5
Laundry room- tile floor, put in laundry sink 5 x 6
We are hopeing to stay with in our budget. We are willing to do some of the work ourselves, demo, and some other easy stuff unless the price is right
Posted By: kristy | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
We would like to re-do/replace our ceiling in the living/dining rooms. Currently it is popcorn stucco. We would like a flat ceiling. Also, we would like all areas mentioned above painted. We are interested in crown moulding and baseboards as well.
Do you refinish hardwood floors?
Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Posted By: Nancy | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
I am looking at purchasing a home that is in need of renovations. My intention for the main floor is to move the existing kitchen and to enlarge the bathroom and entrance way. This would involve removing a wall or two and changing the plumbing. The basement is without ceiling and therefore the existing plumbing is exposed. The home has original hardwood floors that i would like to keep therefore it would mean trying to match it up as best as possible for flow throughout the main level. This is a very small post war time built home.
Posted By: SANDRA | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
We have a 19 year old 2000 sq ft two story house and would like to make some cosmetic changes to the main floor area in order to modernize the appearance of the area. These changes would include:
-wainscotting and chair rail installed in the kitchen and hallway
-framing two openings from the hall and kitchen to the living room
-installing new door to closet in front entranceway
-install crown moulding in living room
-install new baseboards in living room, kitchen and hallway.
-painting hallway both upstairs and down (optional)
Posted By: Michael | Budget: Uncertain
Looking for the following contractors or general contractor for the following projects:
1. Mould remediation
2. Fire alarm replacement
2. Electrician for short in bathroom
3. Heating and Cooling: Replace old furnace and air conditioner with new energy-efficient ones. Would consider a heat pump.
4. Windows and Doors: Require 2 main steel outer doors. Would like some window in them with the capability of air flow. (screening). Quote on replacing windows to more energy efficient. (full scope of what can be done depends on the costs of mould remediation.) Replace patio doors, about 5 ft. wide.
5. Roofing: Approximately 1100 sq. ft. foundation, plus flat 200 sq. ft, sunroom area, plus 10x8 shed, plus 4x8 roof over cats' exercise area to be shingled. Eavestrophs need repair or replacing.
6. Repair or rebuild exterior wood steps including landing. Total of 2-4 steps.
Neighbour is also looking to get some of the above projects completed also.
Posted By: Susan | Budget: Uncertain
We have 4 projects that we want done asap.
They are in order of importance:
1. Finish the bathroom in the basement (1/2 done) and finish the laundry area and hallway.
2. Complete overhall of our kitchen. Tear down walls, open the space up with new floor and kitchen. Adding an island.
3. Ensuite bathroom redone.
4. Main bathroom upstairs redone.
We want only reputable contractors. We will us the City of Barrie for all permits - no exceptions. Contractor will make sure the permits are closed after the work is done. We have the money and are serious about this - just trying to find the right person for the job. We have had others in to do the job but they didn't last.
Posted By: Steve | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
- demoliation of office moving all furniture to attached room, remove carpet, remove wall and closet
- add another wall
- replacing T-bar ceiling and adding 4 soft lighting fixture.
- new flooring and 5 electricial outlets
- new laminate flooring
We require WSIB clearance cert. & liability. I would like someone on site to understand and be able to quote the job within a few days.
Posted By: Brenda Elliott | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
Quote needed to build 2 Huts and 2 Towers as shown in the images attached
The site is flat and open and easy to access to get materials and vehicles etc inside for construction.
These are going to be the first structures built so fences and other projects can be built around them so im looking to get these built in the next 2 weeks but i want to get a quote locked in this week as soon as possible
The hut outside is finished with 100mm split logs and just 2x4 frame work inside and the roof is lined with some cheap treated palings around 150mm in width.
The tower uses large round posts for the main supports with 2x4 framing for the landing and sides lined with some cheap flat paling around 150mm wide like the building roof. the towers also need stairs for access to the landing.
Posted By: Brett | Budget: Uncertain
I have a back room addition on my home about 15 feet by 20 feet. I would like to have it pulled down as it is very poorly done and rebuilt. But I would like to have a wood patio built on top of the new one with a door leading into the master bedroom. Bay window to replace the back main floor window thats already there, and a wet bar in the room below the deck since water runs in to the room already. I have lament flooring (enough to fill the room once its done) already.
My max amount to spend on this is 35'000. Would that be enough for a good job? It would be my first time doing somthing like this since its my first home and I dont understand all the ins and outs. But I want it done right and proffesionaly.
Also I would like to have the houses electrical redone as it is up to code but a very sloppy job done. I have about 5000 put away for that too. So all together I have about 40'000 saved for these renos. Any info at all would be helpful...All estimates welcome..Need to have some kind of idea what it will cost.
Posted By: neil | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
I would like to remove the side door of my house, close in the space, finish inside drywall and outside brick. Brick can be removed from back of garage to match.
Deteriorating concrete steps leading to side door to be removed after door work finished.
Deteriorating concrete steps at front of house to be removed and replaced with a safer alternative.
Additional drywall work inside house to fill holes left be electrical contractor. House is plasterboard.
Posted By: Gary | Budget: Uncertain
I'm looking to open up a load bearing wall about 17 feet in length. There is plumbing, electrical and heat ducts that will need to be moved.
The house is approximately 20 years old. The wall is on the main floor of a 2 story house.
I have the drywall removed from one side of the wall to be removed.
Posted By: Andrew | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000