Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brampton homeowners have planned for their Appliance Repair projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 16 Appliance Repair projects posted by homeowners in Brampton seeking the services of local Appliance Repair Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $9,500.00 with a per project average of $593.00.
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I need a 4" dryer vent installed. I will provide the 4" dryer vent, you will provide the labor, provide caulking & bring your own ladder. Because this make-shift laundry room is on the 2nd floor, you will need a ladder to work on the outside of the house, to secure (and caulk) the vent to the side of the house.
I've included a picture of the 4" dryer vent you'll be installing. This project needs to be STARTED AND COMPLETED ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2014. I am not flexible on the date.
Please include your price in your e-mail to me OR if you need to come out to see the job for yourself and you provide a FREE WRITTEN PRICE QUOTE, e-mail me and we can arrange for that to happen. I need this job completed on the date listed above, so please....SERIOUS REPLIES ONLY.
I already have ONE dryer vent in my basement which vents to the side of my house but we're installing a second dryer on the opposite side of the basement.
I AM *NOT* INTERESTED IN JOINING THE TWO PIPES TOGETHER FROM INSIDE SO THAT THEY BOTH SHARE THE SAME VENT ON THE SIDE OF THE HOUSE.
All I need is for somebody to install the vent cover (which I will provide) and you will drill the hole in the brick from the back of my house into the basement, and attach about 10 inches of metal piping (so that it's sticking out from the inside of my basement) with an L-shape bend in it with approx. 1 foot of piping going downwards.
We won't have the new dryer for some time (we're just taking this preliminary step) so we're not sure how we're going to position it just yet. We're comfortable with attaching the flexible piping ourselves, but because we won't be doing this for a while we do need to cap the inside of the metal piping so we're not losing any heat.
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