Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Bowmanville homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 22 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Bowmanville seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $721,500.00 with a per project average of $32,795.00.
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Hi, we need to do complete job for upstairs and downstairs in basement, basement need to be legal and upstair remove carpet add flooring, new washroom, paint throughout new tiles at foyer and kitchen with kitchen counter tops.
Completely legal with on attached one bedroom and one bathroom with shower closet kitchen and all complete fire safety need require by city.
It's 1200 to 1400 sq. ft. upstairs and downstairs is 600 sq. ft.+
I have a wall that is to be remove between my kitchen and dining area and I required an LVL beam installed. The wall on the one side has all the drywall removed so you can see exactly what your getting into. The total length of the wall is 21 foot 9 and I require the existing two openings in the dining area to be framed in at 58" inches each. All materials will be removed with very little demolition to be done. Only the existing stud walls will have to be cut out and exisiting header. But I need to know if I can keep the exising header. I think not and a new more sturdy beam be applied. Ceilings are 102 inches high there is good clean access to the roof to inspect the rafters if need be. I can take pictures and forward. Ultimately this wall will be have a large gradual arch. Depending on the price I may have you do it all. There is also drywall in the kitchen that I have ripped out. 12 sheets in total to be applied. I prefer some one to do it all but obviously price is a factor. My main goal is to have this beam installed arch framed in and then moved forward. I have pictures of exactly how to do the arch. And the wood colums to be installed. Simple installation as well. Please email me with details of working experience. And then we can set up a meeting. As you can see I am not kicking tires as I have already begun the demo process. I would love to have this done at your earliest convienence.
My husband and I are putting an offer on a home that has an unfinished loft. Framing and electrical are in place only. We want to finish it with a 3 price bathroom. It requires insulation, drywall, pot lights etc.
Can someone please give me a call to discuss approx. Pricing and availability. We would want this done upon taking possession of the home and may bridge the financing to allow contractors to get in before we move. Thank you
On the main floor: to enlarge kitchen (remove wall between kitchen and mudroom), install new tiled floors in the kitchen, install new duct and wall mounted 48€ exhaust hood, install new light fixtures, update all switches, to run new waterlines and drain to future island sink and refrigerator. To build a new mudroom with entrances from garage and the kitchen. Re-grout marble floors in foyer and hallway, enlarge closet in the foyer. Replace baseboards and door trim throughout main floor. Completely renovate powder room. In several rooms: to remove stucco and make smooth ceilings, install crown moldings and wainscoting, refinish hardwood floors, paint walls.
In the walkout basement: completely renovate 2 bathrooms, combine two bedrooms into one by removing wall in between, to remove all broadloom and install new laminated/engineered or bamboo floors throughout the basement, some wainscoting and crown moldings, light fixtures, paint walls.
House is 15-17ish years old in north bowmanville. We though water leak was caused by loose flashing on top of garage. I re-caulked window and had new roof done recently but roofers did not see any water damage on garage roof top.
Not sure if any interior damage is present but we want to have interior wall in bedroom under window opened and remove drywall in roof of garage where it has leaked down to inspect for water damage (mold) before going forward with possible window replacement from wood to vinyl. Window is in bad condition...even roofers commented it is rotten and needs attention.
I am looking to get this work done around April or May. My house is a two storey, around 2500 sq ft. The windows are very old, and fairly large. Average window is approximately 3' x 5' and there is 16 in total(not all large). For siding, I want to do vinyl, although open to other options. The original part of the house(front) is painted wood siding. This part of the house was built in 1880. The back (larger) part of the house is all brick and was built in 1912. I want to put styrofoam over the brick before siding it because the walls are not insulated. Tin soffet and facia as well. What I am after is a crisp new look, as well as an easier home to heat. The driveway is gravel, but I have enough pavers already there to do the driveway(approx. 800 sq ft.) and would like to get a quote for the install. There may be potential for a garage beside the house, but this work is more important.
I bought a $300 10x10 metal shed from Canadian tire and would like to set in up in the backyard. It is currently in a box. There is a very thin base on the bottom. The backyard has grass, so slabs are needed to make a stable foundation to sit on.
Would like to grow veggies and was thinking about creating 3 planters in the backyard.
Front entrance small area has interlocking stones sinking. Need to take out, restabilize foundation, and put back. Area to be covered approx 4ft by 6ft.
Please give a separate estimate for each work. Pls in your quote the description of your work, duration of work, warranty on your labour should anything need to be fixed.
So I would like quotes for a few projects.
1. Remove a glass cabinet. Remove the wall behind it. Add a wall to cover the space. A little harder than it sounds - it's a huge, awkward cabinet - a "must see".
2. Add a bathroom to second floor bedroom (including the rough-in)
3. Adding 2 windows to a wall (second story)
We have a fairly large project to add wheelchair accessibility to our parish. This will require us to add a doorway from the church on the main floor and provide a wheelchair ramp to the basement. The basement foundation will have to be modified and the wheelchair ramp would be fairly long and need to be covered and protected from the weather.
Would you be interested in such a project? The location is in Courtice Ontario.
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