Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brampton homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 178 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Brampton seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,537,000.00 with a per project average of $8,634.00.
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Scope of project:
Design & Build of 2 Decks for two separate properties
Possible Design and build of 2 Pergola's for 2 seperate properties
1 @ (W)14' x (L) 32' + Pergola
1 @ - TBA + Pergola
360 Design Build Firms:
A visual representation ( not to scale ) of the proposed 14' x 32 deck will be made available to firms who are interested in securing this contract during the site visit for the purpose of input and analysis.
The firm soliciting for this business must be able to create the appropriate drawings to obtain all necessary build permits within the city of Brampton, and be able to build the decks.
I am not looking to hire a general contractor who will in turn sub-contract out this business. My preference is to hire a firm that has the ability to execute the entire project within the scope of their resources.
The company must carry valid insurance, and be able to provide 3 callable references.
I have access to a supply chain that would allow me to purchase wholesale pressure treated deck wood. So long as the proposed business can match the pricing that is available to me, I am more than happy to buy from them, otherwise I will be supplying the lumber only.
Sub-Contractors / Trades:
If you are interested in submitting your quotes for specific job requirements ( ie post support digging, and concrete pouring, renderings , design ect ) I will be happy to keep all of your information on file should I decide to act as the general contractor and sub out the work respectively.
I am interested in getting a quote for a deck based on the attached drawing. Quote should be based on the following:
1. Material – Pressure treated wood
2. Balusters – metal railing
3. Dry deck – (can sit under the deck when it rains and not get wet)
4. Lights every second steps on the stairs
5. Location: Brampton
I am in Brampton and require an above deck built in my backyard. The size of the home is 2100 sq. ft. The basement is a walk out so the deck will be approximately 6 feet above ground. Looking for 8x10 with aluminum railings and no stairs that lead into the backyard. I need the project to be done by July 8th. Please email if you are able to assist with this project and kindly include your estimate for the cost of the in the email.
We are looking for a contractor to remove an existing small deck, and build a larger, second level deck. The deck and measurements are already designed and approved. A building permit from the City of Brampton has been obtained, and thus the selected contractor must be aware that the City Inspectors will come by during the construction to ensure the submitted deck plans and measurements are being followed.
We are trying to get a budgetary # for a job next summer (2016). The sq. ft. is approx. 350 sq. ft (16' depth x 22' width). Not sure if we want to go with cedar or composite material for deck material, with pressure treated for structural components. I have included some pictures of the backyard, and 2 designs which we are thinking about. The PDF files actually have the BOM to help in costing also. One note: we will build only 24" off grade, so no railings will be required. W will need a building permit also.
Thank you for your time.
Have a backyard in need of TLC. What I would like is to have the portion of the yard viewed in the picture where the patio stones are shown (All the patio stones have now already been removed). I would like to have a simple wooden deck build (no rails etc) with a step up into the house at the patio doors.
The deck would be rectangular - nothing fancy - and be approximately 18 feet wide along the house and extending into the yard about 10 feet.
New house (Jan. 2006). Backyard backs onto ravine with walking path, separated by a chain-link fence. Wrought iron fence separates houses on both sides. Backyard size is 1,400 sq.ft. (40' wide x 35' depth). Currently a small deck (8' x 5') out from kitchen patio doors, ~3' off ground (3 steps).
We are looking to put in a two-tiered deck with as little vertical railing as possible. There are two oversized basement windows (proposed deck-size would likely not extend to one of these) with window wells - hoping not to block too much natural light into these windows.
Installing wooden fence in the backyard to separate the backyard and driveway. Would require: posts, footings, decorative gate with latch. See pictures, length of fence approximately 40 ft long.
Also build small step down deck area to existing deck (basically size of where hosts bed is, would act as step up to deck)
This deck has 2 level 1st level is 7x8 about 1 foot high, the second level is 21x10 and about 6" high.
I have post hole dug and the post set in concert from a post hole company. But need a handyman to build out the actual deck. Would prefer to pay by the hour, but will also pay by the job if needed.
We moved into our house 2 years ago and are working with a functional deck provided by the builder. I have a huge untouched backyard that is pie shape. We back onto a ravine and would really like a great deck designed that would allow us to really enjoy this backyard. I actually would not have a square footage because I really need some suggestions as to how far out and wide I should go with the deck. Please Please help!
I live in Brampton (Huttonville) and am looking to put in a wooden staircase down the hill in my backyard. The job is quite extensive and would require someone to come out and take a look. There isn't any clear access way from the top of the hill but there is access way from the foot of the hill. My neighbors on both sides of me currently have between 50-70 steps to get down to their places.
I am looking to have a few small landings say every 10 steps with a larger deck with space for patio furniture halfway down the hill. There is no real deadline for this project but I would like it completed by late Fall.
How much would it cost to build a simple 10 X 14 ft pressure treated wood deck which is 2 feet off the ground.
Also, how much would it cost to pour a simple 20 X 3 ft walkway in the front yard beside the driveway. Grass is already removed.
An estimate via email would be preferred. No need for too much detail, just a quick estimate would be fine.
Need our deck rebuilt and new one built to the side of it. The existing deck's supports are good, the outer board, deck boards, railings and stairs will need to be replaced. We are looking to use pressure treated wood.
The top deck will have stairs with a landing pad ending roughly 2 feet off the ground, when the second deck will start, less than 2 feet off the ground. The ground from wall where second deck will be has a slight slope down.
Please call or email for any clarifications needed.
1) Remove top layer of recently installed pre-treated wood deck rail (screws) to expose deck posts.
2) Horizontal cutting of three 4 x4 deck posts (pre-treated wood) to exact horizontal level.
3) Cut and fasten three (pre-treated wood) 6" post extensions to the 4x4's.
4) Resize top layer of pre-treated wood deck rail and re-attach with screws.
Expand from the current 8' x 4' deck to 300 sq ft. Would like to use something other than PT for the floor. Railing would be white aluminum. Full drawings are required and will need condo corp approval. Builder must apply for building permit and supply COI AND WSIB. Easy access to back but contractor is responsible to make good any common elements damaged during construction.
We need to install a simple deck in the backyard. Please let us know what specifications you require to provide a quote.
Height from door is 20"
Patio size 14' x 14' = 196 sq ft
Material = pressure treated wood
Please see photo of current space as well as what we are hoping to install.
Last year we had an outside deck built off of our kitchen. Our basement is a walkout so the deck is roughly 9 feet off the ground. The original contractor put in 4 posts in each corner, however there is no reinforcing beam/post that lies underneath and across the structure in the middle as as a reinforcement. As a result, the deck sways and does not feel secure when our family is on it. Seeking a reliable contractor who is able to complete the job in a timely fashion and at a reasonable price. Please provide quotes and time frame for completion with your response.
Thank you in advance,
Looking for the following:
Deck: 12 x 16 (less than 24 inch off ground). 2 Steps on 2 sides of the deck including railing with steel rails.
Shed floor: Wooden floor - 11 x 10 (off ground less than 24 inch) with railing on one side.
Concrete - extend on both sides of the driveway and slab in the backyard. Total Square Feet: 440.
Please submit estimated pricing.
We just bought our first house and our backyard needs some work. Part one of our plan includes:
1. Restoring the deck. It's a hideous colour and a few of the boards need to be replaced. Also, its two tier and the side rails on the second tier need to be raised. They were installed way too short..(lknee height).
2. Our side fences which are in the same condition as the deck.
3. There was no back fence built so we will need to add that in.
All I want to do is to put a screen or vinyl or glass ( which is best) to enclose the porch. This is a bungalow, no front stairs, but to keep the leaves out, the snow out and as we walk out of the house now, there is a door to the garage, that we lock all the time on the immediate left. I'd like to enclose the alcove, and just to see what that entails I would think an 8 ft, frame, with a 6 foot screen and/or vertical sliding windows
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