Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 59 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $586,000.00 with a per project average of $9,932.00.
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Need a deck built for our new house in Butlington. It's a 2nd story deck that will have stairs coming down to the ground level where the walkout basement is. We are considering all materials pressure treated wood, cedar and composite. Would like quotes based on approximately 20' by 12'.
Looking to add a floating deck to our back yard. Not affixed to the house, rectangle, approx. 20 feet by 18 feet. No railings, assumed no fence posts (concrete base instead). Pressure treated wood.
Access to the back yard will be through the house (townhome).
Looking for a quote, to be completed in August (prefer in a day or two), will pay cash.
There is currently a small stone patio in place. We would like to increase the size of the patio and reshape the area, replacing the existing plain square tiles with something nicer looking. In addition we would want to look at having an existing, slightly raised, garden enlarged, reshaped and reframed to match the patio.
Our house is about 15 yrs old now and due to the settlement the home has experienced, half of our flat roof grade under our balcony deck area (9x11) is no longer in the correct direction resulting in water pooling, and even worse during major storms some minor leakage into my front hall. Area needs to be regraded to allow rain to direct to eavestrough, and possible rebuilding of deck and railing.
In summary, if the job could be estimated as follows, it will help me decide if I should take on some portions to make it affordable for me (ie removal/disposal of deck railing):
1. Removal and Disposal of Deck and Railing
2. Repair (and removal if required) of roof membrane
3. Create slight slope so water drains to eastrough and install new roof membrane
4. Build deck over new membrane
5. Build railing (not wood).
6. Build extension of deck and railing over stone area (will consider if affordable)
I have an approved building permit for a bedroom renovation and new deck project. My budget for this project is between $12000-$16000 (materials and labour). I am looking to start work as soon as possible as I have just had another contractor go MIA and not provide service after receiving a sizeable deposit for the job. I am looking for a contractor who is honest, reliable, punctual, upfront with timelines, scope of work and communications. Of course, I aim to be as open and honest with my expectations as well.
Here is a detailed scope of work (I will require these items to be included on a contract before we can proceed with work). I have also attached the approved Interior Renovation and Deck plans and a couple of images of the site.
* All materials to be supplied by contractor unless otherwise noted
** Client has secured a building permit. All work is to be completed in accordance with required City of Burlington inspections and comply with the Ontario Building Code
Bedroom Wall Removal/Reconfiguration
• Remove interior wall in bedrooms and corner closet as per supplied permit drawings
• Move door way approx. 3 ft forward as per supplied permit drawings
• Seal closet adjacent to bathroom with drywall as per permit drawings
• Repair dry wall (ceiling/walls), trim and flooring in new master bedroom
• Cut opening for closet in bathroom as per supplied permit drawings (reuse bedroom closet door)
• Install client-supplied tiling in new bathroom closet
• Install client-supplied door for new bathroom closet
• Cut new opening on exterior of new bedroom and install Client-supplied patio door on exterior as per supplied permit drawings
• Reuse brick to patch exterior
• Reconfigure 4 electrical outlets in new master bedroom
• Install dimmer light switch and install 6-8 interior potlights in new master bedroom
• Install client-supplied exterior LED lantern/light
• Build free standing 16ftx22ft 2-level deck as per supplied permit drawings
• Deck framing lumber is Brown Pressure Treated Wood (select Structural)
• Decking and railing lumber is Cedar
Additional Work (quote separately if required)
- Prime and paint all the walls in living room, kitchen, upstairs hallway and new master bedroom with client-supplied paint and primer
- New flooring for new master bedroom (depending on condition of floor)
- shelving and closet in bedroom/bathroom
- New trim and crown-moulding in new master bedroom
- Replace light fixtures in living room with client-supplied fixtures
We would like quotes on extending our front porch and connecting to our existing roof(s)...
Approx extension size is 10' x 10'
Cement floor with footings
Some lighting ... tie into existing
We are looking for an experienced, licensed and insured contractor to help design and then build the desired extension.
Pictures of current porch, etc. available on request ... email for appointment to view.
1) Sizes - 420 sq ft
2) Preferred Material - Wood
3) Specific skills required -
4) Property Owner - Yes
We currently have a roughly 420sq ft deck in our backyard that we are looking to have removed and replaced.
We are not looking for anything too fancy, just an easy maintainable wood deck. We would like to maintain the existing shape of the current deck as we have a concrete aggregate surrounding it.
I would like a deck built on the back of my house approx. 26x15 about one foot off the ground. 3 sets of steps 2 on sides and one in front. I would also like a porch built on the front of my house approx. 22x6 with 2 sets of steps one down front and one down side. Looking for quality. Open to suggestions. Thanks
The contractor who built the deck could not properly finish the facing of the deck based on the design. We need someone confident and skilled in curved deck facing to repair/finish the deck. The deck has two slight curves similar to that of a kidney shaped pool.
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burlington residential deck needs painting and some small repair. Just finished a 1.5 year inside renovation using a contractor. Looking for quick, reliable contractor. May be more quotes in future to finish basement. Been there done that and consider myself extremely knowledgeable when dealing with contractors. Looking for quotes ASAP. Thanks
I would like a pressure treated deck for my back yard. Off the sliding doors from the kitchen. The deck would be no more than 9 inches of the ground. No rails, no steps just a 15' by 16' deck. I would like it attached to the house and post holes done, I am not looking for a floating deck.
I have an 8'x12' wooden shed that I intend to replace with a new 8'x10' vinyl shed. Existing fence ends at a corner (SW) of the shed and gate opens from corner of house (NE) in to side of shed. I would like to extend the fence the former length and width of the shed; a new gate, possibly double wide; and a small platform deck to replace pavers and extra space left due to smaller shed.
We are building a 400 square-foot rooftop deck over a new addition (20' X 20'). Also there is a cantilevered landing that is 4' wide x 5' 3" long. We want a good, durable roofing solution that will have a guarantee and be waterproof so as not to leak into the room below. Of course the roof plan is slightly sloped and engineered to hold the weight of a walk-on deck. Also i want a quote for railing options.
Hello. I am looking to build a 360 sf. interlock patio in my backyard and pour a concrete sidewalk from my front to backyard. As well as would like to resurface our front porch (concrete builders porch) with flagstone. Porch size is 12x6 with a couple steps down to concrete patio stones (area there is 6x8).
The actual budget for this project is $8,000.00.
Build new 10'x16' backyard deck, approx 6' off ground, in Brant Hills, Burlington. 6x6 posts, opaque wood side railings for privacy, deck planks at 45 degrees to house, all wood pressure treated Sienna coloured, new 5' sliding glass door leading out to deck. House construction wood with aluminum siding.
I'm looking to get a facelift on my pool deck. Right now I have tired looking old concrete around my pool and would like a change.
I am not quite sure which direction I want to go, whether I resurface what I have or tear it up and get interlock. I do know that I want something durable as I'm not planning on moving any time soon.
Wouldn't mind getting a few quotes and seeing what my options are.
There is an engineered block patio presently there which is heaved, block to be lifted and site levelled and prepped with new surface installed. I am looking for options for new surface as well as installation. I require a fairly quick turnaround as I have a gazebo that is to be delivered and will be placed in this area.
I have a newly fenced condo with a backyard patio in dire need of replacing. Currently, the backyard is a patio bordered by flowerbeds on the sides and back. The patio is a mix of ugly old full-size patio stones and 1 foot square patio stones. When the new fences were installed last June, the fence builders had a penchant for cutting tv cables which necessitated the replacement of all the cable in the complex. It was soon apparent that the cable installers were not landscapers - their goal was to bury the conduit and not re-level the patio stones. I would like the entire backyard to be all patio (approx 14 x 26 ft). The entrance to the backyard is through the garage. The front walkway is currently 5 full-size patio stones (not quite as ugly as the back but I'm sure equally as old) as well as 2 more patio stones to the left of the front step leading to the outdoor closet. The front step is hollow cement (approx 4 x 6 ft) which has started to crumble along the front facing.
I would like to replace the front walkway and step (or can the step be repaired?) with similar stones to those going in the back. As well, I'd like a small raised flowerbed in the front (approx 7 ft across) to match. Some of my neighbours have put wood decking over their front steps and also over their old patios in the back - I prefer patio stones/slabs. Condo rules do not allow poured cement - must be removable.
Time frame is flexible.
The project is to replace the existing interlocking patio around my existing inground pool (16X32) and along the back/side of my house. The total area is approximately 1,210 sq/ft. Included in this project would be placing 'river rock' along the back and down one side of the pool, in an area between the brick and the existing 6ft privacy fence. Due to the age of the existing patio/deck, the new patio should be brought up in height by roughly 3-4 inches in order to ensure proper drainage from the house/pool/property.
We are open to either concrete only, interlock only or a combination of both for this project.
Arrangements can be made in the evenings during the week (except for Tuesday/Thursday) and possibly on Saturdays, to meet directly and view the area under consideration in order to provide a detailed quote. We are looking for a quote that breaks down the various costs associated with the project - removal of existing patio, new pavers, aggregate, etc, etc, etc.
I'd like to replace an existing second level deck with a new one, approx. 250 square feet, not including the stairs with steel pickets and wood railings. The preferred material is white pressure treated wood. This is for a semidetached house with a walkout basement. I am the owner of the home.
I would be looking for design ideas as well.
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