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In total, TrustedPros has received 105 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $5,286,500.00 with a per project average of $50,347.00.
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Home is located in Burlington, relatively new (built in 2005) by Fernbrook - Winchester Model. Home is 2,100 square feet as published by the builder.
The basement is unfinished and unoccupied and covers approximately 850 square feet. It has a sum pump and rough in 3 piece bathroom. Basement is shaped in a L configuration.
We are looking to entertain bids to complete the basement as follows;
1) laundry room with linen closet, tiled floors
2) room for a 3 piece bathroom (a prefabricated shower - no tub).
3) a living room that will be separated by a half wall with possibly a gas fireplace. either carpet or engineered hardwood.
4) because of the sump pump - this would require its own little room.
5) furnace and hotwater tank room
Bathroom ensuite upgrade:
1)looking to install a double sink on the current cabinets (its 5 ft long)
2)because we are having tile issues with the current shower (it is a triangular shape of 48''x32'') we need the walls retiled. We would like to see if a fiberglass flooring could be used instead tiles due to draining issues.
3)tub maintenance around the drain due to leaking.
Our budget for the project is $20,000 to $25,000 and are open to contractors suggestions. We are realists about the costing of the project as well.
I am interested in adding a basement entrance/walk-out to my home. I am looking for a contractor who can A) assist with any permits required including variance applications if necessary, 2) provide detailed drawings of the work, 3) excavation and construction of the walk-out. During the construction, one basement window may be replaced with a larger window to allow for more lighting. I would like to meet with interested contractors to review alternative locations for the entrance with respect to cost and interference with the existing landscape.
Most likely entrance will be at rear of house. Any equipment may need to be craned over the house due to fence and ladscaping.
Concerns for the project:
1) location of the walk-out may disrupt the landscaping and/or appearance of the property.
2) walk-out may interfer with setbacks, requiring a variance application.
I am also interested in doing a renovatin to the basement itself shortly thereafter; this will be a phase 2 that the contractor would be considered for...
WE are looking at purchasing an old home in Niagara Falls whciuh requires a few updates in order to live in it. It still has knob and tub wiring and the basement is requiring I guess some foundation work due to the smell and water leakage. It has a hot water radiator system we would also like to get looked at to make sure it is in a good working condition. It would also be nice to know if the insualation in the walls and attic is the appropriate R value for the winter time. To try and cut on heating cost.
The house still has the original windows and doors. So it would be nice to get an estimate on that. And have the roof looked at to see when that would need to be replaced.
We are going threw the house this Sunday around 5:30p.m. I don't know if this gives any time for contrators to come threw but we could reschedule another time if need be.
8 year old townhome. Executive lifestyle. square footage of home approx 1450. i would like to finish the basement making as much living space as possible. must reflect quaulity of our upstairs
-bathroom is ruffed in (would like toilet and sink - no shower
-storage under the stairs with a door.
- would like carpeting throughout
-good quailty pot light
-small laundry room with shelving.
Recent water damage, basement has been preped for new construction (mold/water removed by specialist). Interested in a general contractor to come and provide estimates for framing and insultaing unfinished walls, constructing a new wall, putting up dry wall, drop ceiling and carpeting. Require work to be done quickly.
I am located in Burlington in Tyandaga and my house was built in 1988. We would like to have a seperate entrance installed to our basement.
We would require...
Engineered drawings for basement walk up
Cutting existng wall for door way (poured concrete foundation),
Excavation and backfill
25' of 6" x 20 footing c/w 2 15M rebars continuous (15MPa)
25' of 8' x 7' 10' wall c/w 15M at 16' oc e/w (15MPa)
4' x 4' x 6' slab and stairs (max 13 risers) c/w 10M at 16' oc e/w
Styrofoam for frost protection as needed per engineer requirements
House 3 level side split, basement 17x14, fireplace centre back wall. Need drywall, ceiling done with pottlights. Multi use basement, t.v, office and playroom. Laundry room, 13x18, with two piece bathroom in corner. Furance, hotwater tank, a mess of stuff on wall between family/basement and laundry room. No storage for hockey gear, etc.
Looking to start in the spring! We have a # of things we want done in our almost "builder special" 8 year old fully finished bungalow. We have a definite modern/contemporary taste and definitely want to make the basement fun!
-foyer tile replacement (porcelain)
-build in (top to bottom) w/ electric fp (gas FP removal) w/split stone and possible glass shelving on either side
-pot lights throughout on dimmers
-smooth ceilings throughout
-full powder room gut (would like one wall to be split stone)
-complete kitchen gut w/ new modern design, large island, pendants & white MDF cabinets
-wall removal between kitchen & dining room to obtain open concept & larger kitchen
-main level laundry room (stack washer+dryer & build some shelving)
-Full master ensuite gut (minus soaker tub),tiled walls top to bottom. Glass shower with jets (full wall exists at the moment) + add hand held shower head for soaker tub
-crown moulding throughout
-Back splash (nothing exists at the moment)
-Hardwood throughout kitchen (not tile)
-we want better than mid level finishes
-flooring + trim (either heated tile that resembles HW or cork)
-trim + new shaker doors (6 doors total)
- build in for entertainment system. FP maybe.
-pot lights t/o on dimmers
-washroom vanity + tiles (shower tiles as well)
(Shower + toilet stays)
-potential bar (nothing huge or complicated)
-want to take this boring space, organize it & make it fun
-pot lights throughout
We would like to do all of this in 2 parts or in multiple parts as we have no choice but to stay in the house during construction.
Please put on your creative thinking caps and come give us a quote!
I'm building a raised bungalow appox. 2000sq feet in Burlington Ontario, and I'm looking for the following estimates. (I will be my own contractor)
well and septic tank
excavation and foundation
framing--including installing windows and doors approx. 20 windows, 2 sets of sliding doors,
10 interior doors, double front door and 3 exterior doors. All window and doors will be supplied.
roof (note: the roof is a simple square roof)
plumbing -- (kitchen, laundry, 3 baths and one rough in)
carpenter- to install kitchen, floors, mouldings and bathroom fixtures, all materials will be supplied.
brick layer and stucco
large circular drive way in cement or asphalt (don't know the exact size but please give food estiment.
I am looking for someone to help me reuse my building in my back yard.
Looking for the interior to be be redone in pine plywood
12 ft high
Installed in this area 6 windows, 1 double dutch door.
Existing man door and big sliding door made into walls (to be covered with plywood)
Removal 4 windows.
Same building but in another section - Large sliding door made solid wall. 1 Single Dutch Door installed.
(i) I am looking for help in building a separation wall between the basement and the main floor of a bungalow. The basement has a separate access but upon entry the landing accesses main portion as well as basement. I would like a separation of basement from main floor for privacy between the two portions (ii) Also looking to install a small stove in the basement kitchen, Currently basement kitchen does not have a stove.
250 square feet of open to above. I'm looking to close it to build an additional bedroom. I may want a small washroom added to the bedroom, but that would depend on total costs. Right now there is a laundry room that would need to be replaced to make room for the new bedroom entrance. There are 3 large windows that may need to be changed as right now they go to where the new floor would be.
We need to renovate our condominium in Burlington. A brief overview of the main things to do
Things to do:
Remove mirrored wall and close off third bedroom
Open up kitchen (wall to be removed) and replace cabinets counters, backsplash etc
New flooring in kitchen, halls and living room
Replace baseboards throughout
New doors throughout
Create closet header with closet door in bedroom 2
Optional (depending on cost)
2 bathrooms (4 and 5 piece) need upgrading. Flexibility on amount of work to based on cost.
We are looking to renovate our condo. below is a breakdown of what we are looking to have done
Kitchen - removal of old kitchen and install new cabinets, counter, sink, appliances, back splash, floors, install 2 new ceiling lights, wall tear down for open concept, move 1 light switch, 1 wall plug, 1 phone line that was attached to wall to attached to new island (room is 9x8 feet)
Main Bathroom - removal of old bathroom and install new vanity, bathtub, tiled bathtub wall, floor(tile), Baseboards, medican cabinet (room size 5x6 feet)
En suite Bathroom - removal of all and install new vanity, paint, baseboards, floors(tile), sink faucet (room size 5x8 Feet)
Living room, Dinning room, Hallways, entrance - total of 525 sq feet
- removal of old and install new
- new laminate flooring (this flooring is to be continued into the kitchen as well)
- New Baseboards,
- install new light fixtures (3 in total)
We have permission from our Condo board to tear down the wall. We are looking to spend no more then $20,000 for labor and products. I would like to be involved in picking out all products to be used to update our home. we would also not like to live in a renovated area for a lengthy period of time. We would prefer all work to be completed within 2-4 weeks. Would also prefer to have 1 person to manage entire job. prefer not to hire 3-4 people, all doing different things and coming in at different times.
Install a door from the interior of the house to the interior of the Garage. currently, no doorway exists in the planned location. House is approx 12-14 years old. Installations will also require reloacation of the central vac unit as it is currently mounted in the garage in the same location the door is to be installed.
We would like to finish our driveway with asphalt and then do some kind of stonework from the driveway to the backyard and then add two huge stone steps to the front entrance. Our house is 4 years old and currently our driveway only has gravel. My husband would also like to have the driveway heated or at least some parts of it (we need assistance on determining how much to do with heating).
Driveway is approximately: 2070 sq. ft.
Walk way from the driveway to backyard is approximately: 240 sq. ft
*We may have to do something to the curb because a few cars that have come up our driveway hit the bottom of their car on the curb.
This project would be done when the weather permits driveways to be paved and we would like to find out how much this will cost so we can budget for it and book a company to have this completed this year.
Drywall repair is small water damage repair. Install of Crown Molding is the start of several other interior upgrades that I want to undertake Bit by Bit over period of time (this year and next).
Wanted to start with molding, then have carpet installed in Living & Dinning Room, Stairs and 4 bedrooms upstairs (covering old worn out oak hardwood floor). Wanted Fiber flooring (Noted at Home Depot) to be installed for entrance, hallway to kitchen, kitchen and side washroom. New trim to be installed with flooring.
Other work to be considered, Wallpapering rooms, new trim for openings into kitchen, hallway, wooden stair railing, front window replacement.
Looking for a Do it all contractor. Someone I can go to for anything when required.
1960's 1200 sqft bungalow in downtown Burlington. The house needs major interior work and therefore a fair share of demolition going on in the basement and upper levels. I would simply like to add a washroom for the master bedroom which is directly above the basement washroom.
I would like a quote on just the raw plumbing required. i'm hoping to start the project the first week of October.
Looking for a top to bottom, inside and out renovation. From the garage - new door with higher clearance and an entrance directly into the house), backyard pool and landscaping to a full new kitchen and 2.5 bathrooms, and fully finished bsmt. Our house is approx 31 years old, two storey, roughly 2300 sq ft. In my dreams would have most environmentally sound, energy efficient, low maintenance products from roofing materials to alternatives to drywall (if there are any) and everything in betw. There has been a new kitchen about 10 years ago (terrible and cheap) and bathroom upgrades (same as kitchen). We do not plan to add on except to make our front entrance part of our house and add on a new porch. Electrical upgrades might be required, as well as new ducting, venting (can these be any more compact???). Would like larger window wells for the bsmt so can add new larger windows. New windows throughout, new slider or french doors to backyard, new front door, new siding, roof(?), soffit, guttering.... Would like to get a complete design of everything and the best order to do things in (although would love the main floor and backyard to be done first) and then will likely have to do the reno in three stages. That's the basics. Cheers.
We have projects in family room, guest bathroom and laundry room of our home.
12' x 18' - Remove wood panelling, fireplace wall facade brickwork, decorative ceiling beams, wall-to-wall carpeting. Modernize gas fireplace wall, install drywall, extend one wall 18" and install laminate flooring. Track or wall lighting systems. Finish with decorative molding.
Remove shower unit and install tub/shower unit (surround). This requires moving some portions of walls to enlarge bathroom to 9 x 7, reducing a laundry room closet to accomodate this. Possible construction of storage cupboards. Laminate flooring extended to landing and bathroom. Replace cedar ceiling with drywall.
9 x 12
Move washer to beside current dryer. Remove utility sink. New built-in cupboards and counters with new stainless sink. New vinyl sheet flooring.
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