Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brantford homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 28 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Brantford seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $363,000.00 with a per project average of $12,964.00.
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Spotless original owner of home (built 1962), requires removal of upstairs bath tub, vinyl flooring, and wall tiles.
Replace tub with tiled shower: Floor and 2 walls to be tiled, one half-wall tiled with top half thick modern glass. Third side to be thick glass with door. There will be one glass-to-glass corner.
New shower faucet assembly required, recessed shelf, perhaps installation of shower seat and grab-bars.
This is a narrow bathroom. Floor to be tiled, with tiles approximately half way up walls.
Ceiling fan with timer to be installed along with new light above shower. Existing ceiling light and vanity light are only 2 years old and will remain.
High-profile toilet is only 2 years old, but will have to be re-installed for completion.
Small vanity may have to be removed/replaced if necessary, but sink and faucet are only 2 years old.
I have photos which resemble how I would like the completed renovation to look.
I would really appreciate having this work completed as soon as possible.
Commercial renovation supply and install ceramic floor two bathrooms 12x12 tile
490sqft each total 980
Commercial renovation supply and install ceramic wall on gp 5/8 up to 60'' from floor balance to be painted two bathrooms 12x12 tile
440 sf +480 sf total 920 sf
Tile to be installed grouted and sealed
We are in the process of buying a new home and this home is going to require work done to both bathrooms. We are wanting to replace the tub in one and the shower in another.
The house we are buying is 50+ years old and the bathrooms are not too large. We just need an estimate on the average bathroom renovation so that we can submit that to our lenders in hopes that we could qualify for more money.
2 separate projects - both must be done between July 11 to July 18. These dates are fixed and not changeable.
1) Bathroom renovation - gut the present bathroom and put in new plumbing and fixtures, etc.
2) Take out wall separating kitchen and dining room.
House has just been sold, but sellers are still living in the home. One appointment time will be set-up for next week for contractors to come to the house for a look. Please indicate your availability for next week.
We are looking to completely tear down our existing kitchen and bathroom. This section of the house was added as an extension to the main structure of our house. The original structure was built in 1892 on a dug out basement. The extension is on top of a full basement. The area is 288 square feet but we are looking to completely tear down and rebuild including resealing the basement, and outside deck.
We will need: Plumbing, electrical, flooring, basement sealing, kitchen rebuild, bathroom rebuild, outside access, a small mudroom and an electrical access outside.
We would like to have our bathtub removed and a new one put in - it would require removing tiles on the wall surrounding the tub. Drywalling would be required and I was hoping to get a new floor in the bathroom. It is a very small bathroom. We would also like to have tub surround put in- not tiles or anyting but just the ready made. the size of the room - not quite sure - but it fits a small vanity - toilet and tub.We would like a free estimate if possible.
-home is APPROXIMATELY 23 years old
-requires wall paper to be removed and repainted
-electrical work for light installation
-remove linoleum and lay new tile floor (prefer porcelain)
-remove bathtub/shower and install new glass surround shower with tile surround
-vanities will already be made and installed
-additional plumbing and electrical/lighting
EN SUITE BATH
-remove tile floor and walls and lay new tile floor and walls
-remove walled-in shower stall and install new glass shower with new wall and electrical
-remove soaker tube and install new stand alone tub, plus plumbing
-install new lighting
We are looking to replace our stall shower in our basement bathroom. It is approximately 84" tall (measured from the inside), 34" deep, 30.5" wide. The wall is cut out around the shower currently with a wall on one side and some cabinets on the other side.
We aren't looking for anything fancy for this shower - we just need something functional to get us by until we save up enough to renovate our other basement bathroom entirely. We will also need the shower head and drain installed - the current drain pipe is narrow and we haven't been able to find a drain that fits it so we may need to get a new pipe as well.
We want to keep the price down to $1500.
Gutting washroom / taking out small closet - making washroom larger
Toilet turned facing shower
Flush Tiled floor for easy access for my Wheelchair
Replace with Facets, Sink, Install a couple of Cupboards for towels, above floor with Mirror
Come up with some sort of heating while having a shower maybe pot lights
Install New 36 inch door
I sent along a pictures of a wheelchair ascessible washroom that works excellent for a friend of mine. I woould like something similiar . Input for some ideas would be appreciated especially tile Colors
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