Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Concrete projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 38 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $242,000.00 with a per project average of $6,368.00.
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Walkway is at the front of the house leading to the front door. Had a sewer pipe repair done in August 2014, so the concrete was cut, pipe repaired, covered back with dirt, compacted and pavers placed for tenants to walk.
- Walkway is 6.6 ft x 18.5 ft
- would like the "cut area" fixed and layer of concrete to cover the gaps at the front door area.
Pictures can be sent upon request.
We have an area (10 x 10) by the BBQ that we want removed (stone, shrubs, curbing) and a 8 x 8 concrete pad installed so that we can have our hot tub installed. Can this be done now. We do not want to have to wait until spring, as for medical reasons need the hot tub installed.
Due to a pool installation, we had to move our hot tub. We have located a new spot for the hot tub in the corner of the lot and now need to have a new site prepared for it (poured concrete?). The hot tub is 7x7, therefore the pad will need to be at least 8x8. Looking for some feedback in terms of cost?
We are installing an on-ground pool (15' x 29') which will have a composite deck. We want a 12' x 26' cement patio between the house and the pool with 3 steps coming down from the sliding door onto the cement patio.
We would greatly appreciate a quote on a plain concrete patio as well as on a stamped concrete one. Thanks.
Comlex is 35 years old. Original slab sidewalk replaced with flag stone. There is grass on either side of the sidewalk ( want the original location...no change.) Now we would like the flagstone removed and a poured sidewalk put in it's place. We are very flaxible about when this work is done, as long as it takes place before the snow flies and once started, is completed with only weather as an interuption.
I believe the scope is very straightforward...no signifcant grading/ no steps. The sidewalk is narrower than usual to balance the size of the lot ( townhouse).
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