Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brantford homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 25 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Brantford seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,065,000.00 with a per project average of $42,600.00.
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Looking to upgrade an existing income property. Work required includes:
- Demolition of two exterior additions to the house (derelict condition)
- Renovate kitchen
- Renovate bathroom
- Remove wall between kitchen and dining room (assuming it's not a support wall)
- Plumbing (leaks and convert piping to copper)
- Replace flooring
- Build deck
- Cosmetic improvements (patch walls, painting)
- Convert living room into bedroom on main floor (framing, drywall)
House is WWI-era. Looking for renovations to start in Feb 2009.
Thank you for your interest!
Hi I'm Jordan, I live in brantford in a 1968 house and looking at redoing the interior of my garage, I want to rip out all the plaster, redo the electrical, replace the door into the house and window on the garage, and drywall the garage, possible spray foam the house wall and ceiling as our bedrooms are above the garage, it's a single car garage about 25-30ft deep, let me know if maybe you want to come by and give a quote and see what we can do.
I am looking for quotes for the following work
Supply and install based on a per sqft price
Drywall standard and water resistant
Painting primer and 2 coats eggshell biege
Trim 3-1/2 mdf base 2-1/2 case
Insulation r-14 walls, attic, and blown cellulose r32
Carpet berber 30 oz with standard underpad
Entry level 3pc bath ,steel tub toilet and small vanity include 5x8 vinyl floor
I am bidding jobs currently and not all bids come in. If I have some good contacts and pricing I can rely on then the work is there.
I am looking for sq ft prices to use in estimating and am looking to set up a contractor relations
This is not job specific only interested contractors with competitive quotes will be contacted, No generic computer operated answers will be consulted
I have an unfinished laundry room that I would like re-designed and completed.
House was built in 1987, the basement is finished except the laundry room. Part of the project is to remove a wall that was installed after the house was done. This wall separates the laundry room to a smaller room that connects to an office. The smaller room I would like to be joined with the launch room, and closed off from the office.
The project will include, a proper design layout, removing one wall, dry walling, ceiling, flooring, and some plumbing and electrical.
The room is 11x9, and with the wall coming down it will give another 6ft = 17x9 approx.
I was wondering if I would be able to get a price to fix the walls in two of my bedrooms and living room, replacing pocket doors with regular doors, replace one window and two outside doors.
The other quote I would like is for a complete bathroom renovation.
If you could let me know if a time you would be able to come that would be great.
Need a 25'x50' pole barn built. 14' walls with one 12' door. Depending on cost I would like a floating concrete floor poured, but I can pour it afterwards if not affordable right away. Need a quote for just the structure and completely finished product as well. Electrical, spray foam insulation and finished interior walls.
I have 600 sq ft of hardwood floors to be sanded and refinished.
I have 1600 sq ft(50 sheets) of Drywall to be Hung,Taped, Mudded, and Painted
I have 300 linear ft of Baseboard to be installed.
I have a 30"x15" gravel driveway to be poured and finished concrete slab.
I would like quotes individually then combine all 4 but simplify cost for each project.
I would love done asap but the concrete driveway can be done in May once it gets hotter as I understand it needs proper curing to avoid cracking.
I own a 1920s 1 storey house in Southern Ontario, Canada which needs new shingles, siding and some windows. Since my house is 1 storeys, the roof is also the wall for the upstairs in some areas. I would like to have spray foam installed into these areas to provide insulation but leave a small gap for ventilation. Then I would like to add soffit vents and a ridge vent, to create ventilation all through the roof.
I would also like to replace my rotting cedar shakes with wood lap siding. The house is double brick on the first floor, but switches to wood on the upper floor. So far, the plan is to strip off the old siding and wood underneath, spray foam between the studs, sheath in plywood, add a couple of inches of foam board (XPS?), create a rain wall and then install the wood lap siding. There are about 5 windows that need to be replaced. The house is roughly 25 feet x 25 feet.
Please let me know if you are interested in this job or require additional information. I'm trying to create a CAD drawing, but do not have that ready at this time.
Thanks for reading.
1. remove ceramic tile in kitchen, eating area and back hallway - approx.260 sq.feet
2. harwood flooring in main living areas - kitchen, eating area, living room, dining room, family room, main floor bedroom, back hallway, stairs, front entrance - approx. 1,200 sq. ft.
3. sky lights or tunnel lights installed over kitchen eating area - 2 skylights or 3 tunnel lights
4. remove archway between living room and dining room (this probably needs to be done first so that we can get the hardwood in properly
5. remove existing trim and replace with new MDF trim (white) throughout the house
6. install new doors - 4 - white colonial 6 panel doors
The house is approximately 35 years old. We take possession on September 14th and will be moving in on September 21st. If most of this work could be done in that 7 day time frame that would be great.
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