Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Carpentry projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 57 Carpentry projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Carpenters. Total estimated value of these projects is $246,000.00 with a per project average of $4,315.00.
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Hello, I am in the process of renovating my condo and am looking for quotes for the following- how much do you charge per square foot?
1) popcorn ceiling removal
2) pot light installation
3) hardwood floor installation (hardwood already purchased)
4) baseboard and trim installation (already purchased)
6) tile installation in 2pc bathroom (purchased)
7) tile installation for face of fireplace and floor (purchased)
Am looking for a custom bookcase to fit one full wall in my den.
Approximately 84" wide x 96" high x 9" deep. I am looking to have cabinets along the bottom and shelves on top. Would like the cabinets to be 36" high and 9-10" deep and the shelves to be 7" deep and adjustable for heights.
Not sure what wood type would be best, but I am willing to stain the wood myself.
I am looking to stay under $1,000.
Photos attached are similar to what I am looking for.
We are looking for someone to custom make baseboards, window/door trim and crown molding for our basement. We have pictures of what we want (unfortunately these products are only sold in the U.S and too costly to have shipped here) and the linear footage of each area.
For baseboards we need 347 linear feet (size: 5-2/16"H x 11/16"P)
For window and door trim we need 244 linear feet (size: 3-15/16"H x 5/8"P)
For crown molding we need 203 or 127 linear feet (depends if we do all the rooms or not) (size: 2-3/8"Hx10"Px10-1/4"F)
The above measurements are exact and don't take into consideration the 10% wastage.
We live in Burlington, the house is only 3 years old, the basement is approximately 1400 sq.ft. and we are on the final stages of finishing off our basement.
We have a room that is 15 feet wide and 12 feet high.
What we are looking at is building a feature wall that will have a fireplace at the base tv slightly in the wall and build ins on the side.
See the link for an example of what we are trying to doclick here do have a fireplace guy to do that part but need the rest completed.
I have approx 400 sq ft of hardwood i would like to have installed. There is laminate installed over parquee currently and that would need to be removed. I would also like to have all my main floor trim replaced approx 700 sqft with 5-6 inch baseboardds. I have 4 door jams and 1 24 inch bathroom door i would like to be cut out and replaced.
Looking for a ballpark in price and then i will get you out to quote
I need 50 easels to start. I will need upward of 200+ in total. The easels I require are for silent bid auctions, they hold art work and have a box attached with a flat area to fill out ballots. To any one who is interested I will email pictures of the easel I would like built. We can also arrange to have you come by and look at an easel, take measurements, even take one apart to see how it works.
In Mississauga & Hamilton, we are a full-service provider of cabinet storage solutions, is expanding and we need qualified installers to meet the demand!
We are currently seeking installation partners who are already talented craftsmen to install our custom Glide-Out shelving in customers' existing cabinets. This is a contract opportunity for you to grow your business alongside ours. The work is flexible and part-time so you can work with your existing commitments. Additionally our clients sometimes need other work in their home, which can lead to additional side work for your contracting company.
Responsibilities of an Installer include: having excellent carpentry skills, taking accurate measurements, receiving job alerts via email, uploading measurements into computer portal system, receiving product shipment, inspecting product for quality, scheduling appointment with customer, installing Glide-Out shelving at customer home, and receiving final payments.
Excellent opportunity for independent handymen, cabinet re-facing businesses, independent carpenters and cabinet makers, kitchen/bath remodelers, and those seeking part-time/supplemental work. Installers receive a percentage of the job to install our glide-outs. We bring the customers to you (every appointment you do is already a contracted job.)
Coverage areas to be filled: Mississauga, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Hamilton region.
- MUST have business liability Insurance
- MUST have cabinet & trim carpentry experience
- Must value the importance of customer service
- Must be dependable, professional, prompt, motivated, organized, and exercise good time management
- Must have reliable transportation
- Must have tools
- Must have computer with internet access and email
- Must have scanner and printer (Installer must have the capability to upload crucial documents)
- Ability to design, create & install custom cabinetry when required will be considered an advantage
- Ability to store shipments prior to installation is also an advantage
We will be conducting background and reference checks on ALL serious candidates.
Training and Certification is required at our franchisor's corporate HQ in Atlanta, GA.
Closing Date: 23rd January, 2015
If you are interested in growing your business, please reply with your background and experience. If you have a web site please provide the URL for that too.
Please provide linear feet s[ricing for the supply and installation of an oak hanrail. This is a town house and we need this hanril to go from the basement floor to the main floor of the house connecting to the existing handrail that goes to the upper floor. I needs to match the existing as good as possible and it has a lot of special parts along its way. Once we have this information, we will contact you in order to make arrangments for yout o come and visit the job site and price in detail.
We purchased a home that has an older pergola with mature foliage wrapped around it that has seen better days. It's because of the foliage we wish to restore the pergola instead of replacing it.
Overall it's not too bad and most of the structure seems solid with the exception of:
- One of the support posts had rotten away and replaced with metal posts. This would need to be replaced
- There appears to be some rot happening with other parts of structure but it appears to be only in a couple of spots.
We would like to know if a) it's possible to restore it. b) would it be possible to re-stain it considering the foliage that would be getting in the way.
I've attached some photos to give you better idea of what you'd be dealing with. The structure is 14' x 17'
We're looking for some ideas and rough estimates to decide if it makes sense to restore it or just replace it. We'll then narrow our selection of contractors to come for an on-site visit.
We're not kicking tires. We want this done and are looking for the best professional to do the job.
We have recently purchased a home that has been renovated however there was no railing put on the staircase that leads to the bedrooms.
We are looking for a railing to be installed but are unsure of the type we would like (wood, iron pickets, glass, etc) and would be looking for some design advice in addition to the work being done.
We would need this railing installed by August 5th as that is the date that we will be moving in. A couple of pictures of the staircase is attached.
We need some sort of railing for our stairs, the wall was removed by previous owners on the main level but still closed off at the top making it awkward to just put up spindles. The area on the main level however is wide open and we worry our kids will one day fall through the opening. We want to close it off enough to be safe but also want to keep that open look some what.
The space looks like a triangle but the top is closed off with the floor, if we put anything in the opening the space gets smaller as you get to the top. If we put it on the stairs, it looks funny from the main level and it narrows the stairway. We also need suggestions as to what to do as we don't know what will actually suit that spot.
I am planning to replace the carpet on my stairs with hardwood treads and risers, which I plan to do myself. The one part of the job where I would require assistance from a professional is removing the spindles without damaging them. The railing/spindles are oak and appear to be nailed into the railing at the top, and doweled into the tread at the bottom. There are a total of 26 spindles to be removed.
We installed engineered hardwood on our condo, left the baseboards on but need the trim completed (quarter round or something similar). Our condo is about 900 square feet. This project would include purchasing the trim (we would like white trim to match the baseboards), cutting and installing.
I have a small 40's buffet that I want to use for a vanity. Drawers have to be cut to fit around the sink while keeping the face intact. Cut out for plumbing. 6 inches added on to the back of the piece.
Cupboard. 2' x 4' x 6" deep with a door. I have a plaque that I would like mounted onto the door. Painted black and glass shelving. This cupboard will eventually be installed into a bathroom wall.
Looking for custom wood units that can hold records (at least 13"), small to large books (some odd sizes such as 16" x 14" and 18" height), CDs, DVDs and miscellaneous items. Length of the area is approx 10 feet - we are open to having 2-3 units, based on your best advice and are also open to type of wood, can be reclaimed, etc. to keep costs lower. Essentially, we would like units that can be relocated and are slightly raised in case of basement flooding (e.g. unit can have removable or permanent feet). I have included sample pictures for design ideas. If possible we would like to have some drawers and cupboards, but the rest can be open shelving. Would prefer to have the work done as soon as possible. I have also included a picture of the space where the units will go for quick reference.
Hello I am looking for someone with carpentry skills to build a frame to house an outdoor gas fireplace. I only need the frame as a mason will come later with cementboard and stone veneer to clad the fireplace.
I am in the process of ordering the fireplace but can get the installation specs off the internet in order to properly frame/measure for it.
I have attached the dimensions of the structure and a sample picture of what I am trying to do.
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