Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brampton homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 312 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Brampton seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $5,053,500.00 with a per project average of $16,197.00.
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I am looking for a qualified contractor to estimate and complete 3 home improvement projects. The timeframe is 3 months from today. Jobs do not have to be done in any particular order as long as they are all 3 done within 3 months.
Job 1: Bathroom renovation
difficulty level: low-med
details: remove old and install new cabinet in washroom. Possibly redo walls with tiles. Cabinet provided.
Job 2: Kitchen counters and dishwasher
difficulty level: med
details: remove old counters and install new counters. Counter material may or may not be provided. Create housing under counter for dishwasher and Install dishwasher. Dishwasher will be provided.
Job 3: Dining room ceiling fix
difficulty level: med-high
details: fix celing appearance in dining room. Ceiling is popcorn style and has two sky lights. Ceiling has suffered from water leakage last year. New roof has been installed since then.
1) Accepting proposals for project from contractors - will keep accepting proposals until ideal contractor offering is found. Lowest price does not guarantee acceptance of proposal. Instead, a value/quality mix proposal is sought after. Estimates will be given for all three projects and for each project individually.
2) Once best estimate is given, job will begin upon agreed date. Timeframe of approximately 3 months will be given for project completion. A revised timeframe will be given as the project develops. Candidates are willing to be very flexible with the timeframe. The given timeframe will always be best estimate for need and never a true 100% accurate one.
Hi, I'm looking to put in a 3 piece washroom (shower, washbasin & toilet) in my current laundry room which also serves as a furnace & water tank room so the space is really small. There is also the main electric box in the room but on the side where the laundry machines go I'd like to put in the washroom. I believe there is ample space, if not then I'm willing to have the walls moved. However, I need to put forward a design plan and also renovation details and present them to the Condo Management for approval. I need someone to provide a draft and details to present this plan for approval. I will pay for the plan incase it's not approved.
My name is Mark, I'm a married father of three boys and living and suffering with Multiple Sclerosis. I say suffering because I struggle everyday to move physically and to cope with the inaccessibility of living in my home. I have several nurses attending to my care several times a day and unfortunately it is getting harder for them to maneuver my body to use the washroom and put me in my bed (recliner chair). I have the option of building a small extension on my home to allow me to stay on one level and have fully accessible bedroom/washroom and family accessibility, but I have been turned down by all resources available and cannot fathom why this is happening.
I live in a small 1100 square foot home with no washroom on the main level, so it takes two nursing staff over one hour just to get me to the washroom.
I have applied to C.M.H.C. CANADA MORTAGE HOSUING COMMISSION and was turned down as they stated we made a few thousand dollars more than the set criteria. We struggle everyday to get by and pay bills our mortgage and life's expenses with three children.
We also applied for O.D.S.P. ONTARIO DISABILITY SERVICE PLAN and were told my wife would have to stop working for us to qualify. WHO WOULD PAY MY MORTGAGE? I guess we need to go on government assistance to get government assistance. This makes absolutely no sense to me.
I applied to THE ONTARIO MARCH OF DIMES and they are willing to fund the inside of my accessible room up to $15,000 which would be our half way point. We have been quoted $28,000 to build for me an fully functional bedroom/washroom/living quarters on my main level of my home, keeping me at home with my family and truly saving the tax payers tens of thousands of dollars a year on me having to be put into a long term care facility.
I have the support of our cities Mayor, Occupation therapists, Social workers, Physiotherapist, Personal support workers, Case managers and many more but no support from my own government services.
I'm lost scared and terrified of what will become my future and now have to deal with the constant knowing that I basically don't deserve help because my wife works fulltime to help us get by.
I'm constantly giving back to people in need through a charity that I started and then when I need help all doors seem to be closed. I sometimes wish I wasn't alive to make it easier on my family and that's no way to live.
I'm at the point where I need to beg for help to anyone who will listen.
even something as simple as typing this letter has taken me hours to do. I'm just lost as to what is my next step.
I run a charity foundation to help others. I hope saomeone can help make my dream a reality.
Thank you for listening.
Bathroom size is approximately 6ftx8ft. There is no rough in so the concrete would have to be dug for both shower and toilet installation. Age of hse is about 9 yrs old. I would like to use mold resistance walls.
Corner shower 36 x 36
I would also like to raise the celing as currently I have a drop celing.
Quality and Price are my main concern. I will provide all the materials, I just need the labor and expertise. I also want to take part in the project, ie putting up the drywall, thus saving on labour costs. I can put in all the fixtures by my self if the work is done to save on the cost of labour.
Install 2 sets of lights, one above the vanity and one on the celing and a bathroom fan.
Along with this, I would like to move my washer and dryer
I am looking to add a powder room (sink + toilet only) to the ground floor of my 2 storey townhouse. There is no rough-in for it, there is no existing bathroom on this floor. The size will be approx 78in x 38in. The area already has tiles, it will need exhaust, plumbing for toilet and sink, drywall for new walls, electrical for light fixture.
I have a 2 piece washroom on the main level and would like to add a shower to create a 3 piece bathroom. I am looking at somebody who can utlize the space behind my existing washroom which currently is used as closet and incorporate that into the bathroom. I would prefer to build a tiled shower space instead of using a pre-fab stall.
We would like to add a bathroom with shower to an unfinished area of our basement.
We have the toilet and will be purchasing shower base and glass doors. The size of the bathroom is approximately 66 inches by 122 inches. It will involve the removal of some drywall an existing doorway with the creation of two new door ways and walls for the bathroom (two walls to be finished on both sides) the walls of the shower and floor would need to be tiled with floor tile being heated. We would need a plumber and someone to complete the construction of the walls, drywall, tape, mud, sand, prime and tile.
Hi: I've been approved by the Peel Renovates Program to have work completed on my home located in Brampton. If you're familiar with the program and how it works as well as have current WSIB coverage and liability insurance I would be interested in obtaining a quote from you in writing based on the great reviews I've seen on your website.
* smoke and carbon mono.detector installation
* storm door removal and replacement
* review the sinks and drain connection
* main bathroom - remove bathtub / faucet/ wall tiles, toilet / ceiling vent /
I have a detailed worksheet that would require you to provide me with a written quote.
Let me know if interested. I can send the form via email is you wish.
Bathroom and Laundry:
3-Piece rough-in already available
Frame separation wall between bathroom and laundry. Frame door opening for bathroom
Frame all outside walls in bathroom and laundry. Build ceiling bulkheads.
Install hot and cold water pipes for shower, vanity sink and toilet.
Install shower faucet.
Wire and install above vanity light
Wire and install ceiling fan.
Wire and install ceiling light in shower.
Install drywall on walls and ceiling in bathroom and in laundry .Plaster, sand and paint walls and ceiling.
Install tiles on washroom and laundry floor (160 s.f.) in diamond pattern.
Apply grout, install floor transition.
Install shower base, plastic surrounds, glass door and panels. Caulking job.
Install and connect to plumbing pipes toilet, vanity, sink and faucet.
Reinstall Dryer, Washing Machine and laundry sink.
Frame all outside walls in the rest of basement. Erect frame around furnace room
Build bulkheads around ducts on the ceiling.
Redirect heating pipes closer to under stairs closet.
Install rough-ins for kitchen ( hot and cold water, drain pipe)
Drill a hole in outside wall. Install outside hood, install 4" pipe for kitchen exhaust.
Install stove wire from electric. box to kitchen. Install electrical. receptical, install beaker.
Install TV , HDMI cables, install speakers' wires, wall braces for TV.
Wire and install 8 electric. outlets in the basement.
Wire and install 25 pot lights in the basement
Install insulation in basement ceiling
Install drywall on walls and ceiling in all basement.Plaster, sand and paint
walls and ceiling.
Install dry-core panels on concrete floor
Install laminate (580 s.f.) Install baseboards
Install and paint decorative column around metal post
Paint and install 2 doors (bathroom and furnace room), door casings, handles.
Install carpet on 11 steps leading to basement
New basement bathroom installation, requiring Shower/tub, toilet and sink. Potential to create an integrated laundry room. Will require new insulation on exterior walls. Plumbing rework. Drainage plumbing will require concrete work to expose the drain leaving house. Will require installation of a sewer check valve.
Change out floor tiles, remove tub + wall tiles and install shower enclosure, re/re existing toilet, install new vanity top. All major product has already been purchased (enclosure, vanity top, tiles, grout, shower door)
All other work will be done by homeowner. However, getting a price for that too would be welcome (painting/install small items like towel racks).
Approximately 50 sq ft (including tub space).
Homeowners also willing to do demo if it would be a large savings to them.
I have already stared the project But I don't know how to finnish i t. I need to have my toilet, bathtub, kitchen sink, and laundry vented. I also need my bathroom retiled and up to city code. Also I would like to have my kitchen floor redone in laminate flooring. this job is very time senstive i must have the work done by no latter than the weekend please help!
the caulking has failed and water has gone in behind the tiled wall in the 2nd floor bathroom where the bath tub meets the tile.
the tiled area has now bowed/swelled out due to water damage.
a small area of the tile caved in when leaned against so im assuming all or part of the wall/tile has rotted we need to have this repaired before one of us ends up going through the floor and ends up in the living room!
The house is 39 years old, I believe the bathroom has been re-done before.
Not sure of the sq. footage at this time but it is a very small bathroom.
We recently purchased a 6 year old home. The flooring in the ensuite bathroom is creaky, and loud when walked upon. We believe that whatever was used for the sub-floor under the ceramic tiling is loose creating the noise and feel. We also believe that the sub-floor crosses under the adjoining wall into a spare bedroom as the same issue is noticeable in close to the wall in that room.
We would like a estimate on the cost to repair.
My husband and I are looking for someone to fix our hot water in our upstairs bathtub. We recently moved into our townhouse and unfortunately our home inspection didn't pick up this issue. Whenever the shower is turned on, only cold water flows out. However, if the tap is turned on, both hot and cold water are dispensed, so the issue only occurs when the shower is turned on.
We would also like to replace the shower head to a hands-on shower head, remove our ceramic towel holders on the wall and replace with a new towel holder and also repaint the entire bathroom.
If you could please give us a quote, we would appreciate your help!
Alexa and Dowyane
I've got some mold in the Linoleum in my bathroom floor around the toilet. I'm interested in having:
1. Replacing approximately 2 square feet of bathroom floor, (around toilet rough in)
2. 10" Toilet rough in moved to 12.5"
3. Bathroom vinyl removed and new vinyl tiles installed.
Owner of house- toilet leaked in upstairs washroom (previous contractor) renovated last year. Work to be done - remove tile around toilet area, removed rotted/damaged subfloor, replace subfloor, re-tile and allow toilet to be reinstalled. Also repair damaged popcorn ceiling and wall from leak.
We are in the process of purchasing a townhome; the unit is about 35 year old.
During the home inspection, the inspector noticed there are signs of leakage in the kitchen originating from the bathroom upstairs.
The assumption is that a new bathroom drain assembly may be defective, tub and shower water line may have a leak behind the wall or it maybe also be the wax seal from the toilet bowl has ruptured.
The bathroom has laminated floor but is very uneven in certain area. We were also advised to replace the entire floor in the bathroom because the wood under the laminated floor has started to sag due to the water.
We have decided to go with a brand new tub and bathtub drain assembly along with redoing the tiling and plumbing.
The drywall on the roof of the kitchen right underneath the bathroom may also needs some attention as it shown was spots.
To sun it up, here is what we are looking for:
New tub installation including new tub drain assembly, tiling, new floors in the bathroom new drywall or drywall fixing in the kitchen under the bathroom.
We are looking for a quote because we have to renegociate our offer based on the cost of this repair, but with so many horror stories about contracting, we do not know who to turn to.
I have an existing basement bathroom that needs to be modified for my elderly mother.
I would like to have the existing standard bath tub and shower replaced with a lower walk in shower. There is a Microline three piece fiberglass unit with a door kit that sells for around $1300. It has a seat and grab bar built in. Delta has a single lever shower faucet with a scald guard and hand held feature that would also be installed.
The second item would be a higher toilet preferably 17" height with elongated bowl to replace the existing one.
Finally replacing the existing a bathroom sink faucet with a single lever unit.
I am looking for an online estimates only and you must be a licensed contractor to comply with the CMHC Home Adaptation for Seniors application.
Please quote for Labour Only (Includes- demolition of existing bathroom tub, shower, all tiles, garbage removal from property, your construction tools, supplies - cement, grouts, silicon, glue, water proofing material, nails, screws etc).
Following material by Owner - Drywall, cement board, wood, base, tiles, glass door, plumbing.
Bathroom- - Qty-1, Remove old shower (32" x48") and install 48"x 48" shower - base, slide glass door, tile on all wall and ceiling, plumbing and other minor fix as required.
Bathrooms- Qty-2, remove bathtub, all wall tiles, floor tiles, and install shower (32" x 60") - base, sliding glass door, all wall tiles, floor tiles, plumbing and other minor fix as required.
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