Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Carpeting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 17 Carpeting projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Carpet Installers. Total estimated value of these projects is $89,500.00 with a per project average of $5,264.00.
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There are 4 rooms which require flooring in the upstairs of our home.
Total square footage between all for 4 rooms is approximately 600 sq.ft., including closet space.
This will go over the old existing hardwood, and match up to the hallway (already has newer hardwood overtop of the old stuff).
If doing carpet, its possible to use an underpad and pile height to make up the difference.
Included in this project would be approximately 250 linear feet of trim to be installed. this would be to remove the existing baseboard, and replace with new trim. giving a uniform look across all rooms.
We are looking for a reasonable pricing for flooring all 4 rooms. We assume that carpet would be the lower cost alternative. We will most likely select some basic neutral colour.
When giving an online estimate, please give a baseline range of cost based on the material suggested ... or if in person quote is required for a complete estimate.
Remove existing hardwood and carpet and install new hardwood flooring - Total of approximately 685 sqft:
- 300 sqft of existing hardwood floor on main level
- 200 sqft of existing carpet in main level dining room
- 140 sqft of existing carpet in upstairs hallway and landing
- 13 stairs
- requires removal of ~ 30 linear ft of banister and new banister to match new hardwood
Remove existing carpet and install new carpet in 3 upstairs bedrooms - Total approximately 565 sqft, including closets
* Hardwood darker finish, flexible with material.
* Berber type carpet
1. Living Room, Dining Room, and Hallway (275 sq ft) - remove existing carpet, install 3/8" subfloor, install 35 yr warranty laminate flooring (medium/dark walnut), install paintable trim. Laminate selection to be determined during site visit.
2. Kitchen, Eat-in area, and Entrance (125 sq ft) - remove existing vinyl tiles and hardwood (glued down, not nailed), install Trafficmaster Cermaica tiles (grouted option), install paitable trim.
3. Stairwell: Lower Landing, Upper Landing, 2nd Floor Hallway (100sq ft), and 22 steps - remove existing carpet, check and repair any creaky floor areas, install new underlay and carpet (able to accomodate high traffic).
Please quote all 3 separately. Assume all materials can be purchased by installer at a competitive price. Recommendations welcomed. PDF file of floor layouts available if requested. Leveling of floor in kitchen may be a consideration. Home was built in 1986. Laminiate being considered over hardwood because of pets in the house. Some furniture relocation as floor is installed is required.
I would like to get the main living area (includes the kitchen) repainted and re-trimmed in my condo. This is mainly to change the colour scheme of things to something more neutral. The aproximate dimensions are 30' by 16'.
The kitchen cabinets are white and the countertops are a green colour with a bit of blue in them. I would like to have the walls painted in a colour to match this scheme but I'm not sure exactly what colour yet. Off white yes, but how off white? Or maybe you have some other suggestions; I'd like to keep it relatively neutral though. The white cabinets are trimmed with a light pine wood grain so I think having trim and baseboard of this colour would look nice.
My condo is on the 4th floor of a 4 storey building, so the ceiling is vaulted and is 12' 10" high on one side (one reason why I don't want to do it myself). The carpet is a dingy green which I would also like to get replaced to match the paint, depending on the cost. I may divide this project into two parts a few months apart if the cost is too high; especially since the carpet also extends into both bedrooms, not just the main living area. It may be less complicated to just do the painting for now.
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Corner unit townhouse, 1,850 sq feet (excluding basement). 3 bedrooms. 9 years old.
1. Painting of the entire house. (Ceilings, walls, doors)
2. Removing old carpet and installing a new carpet on the second floor (approximately 900 sq feet) and stairs 3. Extending existing finished basement wall by about 3 meters to the unfinished area.
I am looking for someone to pull a loose carpet in our master bedroom. We just purchased the home therefore there will be no furniture in the room at the time. Looking to have the work done anytime between the evening of Aug 3rd to Aug 7th - before the furniture arrives.
Please provide cost estimate.
Photo of carpet posted.
Replace small office carpet, mostly open area and empty at present time. Looking to both source carpet to be installed, and have carpet installed. Current carpet appears to be glue down type. At present time we are expecting to perform tear out ourselves. - Main open office area is approx. 585 square feet. - Storage Closet is approx. 31 square feet. Bathroom to remain as is. - Office currently has matching "carpet baseboard". Replacement carpet to be office grade durable, with darker colour preference (greys, dark brown, black, charcoal). Location Burlington, ON.
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