Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 39 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,600,000.00 with a per project average of $92,307.00.
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We are considering buying a new home. Its a small bungalow but we want to add a whole second story and make the first floor open concept.. The house is about 30+ years old and is brick. We thought we would do the outside in stucco and hardwood etc for the inside. We are looking for estimated cost per foot. We would be adding about 1000 - 1200 sq feet of space.
Ranch bungalow 50 ft wide. Approximately 2 ft of basement are above ground.
project is to extend the roof of the house about 15 feet back and enclose the area in windows/glass as a studio. No basement but a slab. The rear entranbce to the bungalo is by a door which ois about 4 steps down from the mainfloor and almost ground level.
summary: Create a studio on the back of a ranch buygalow about 30 feet wide and 15 feet deep by simnply extendoing the current roof line btowards the back of the bungalow and enclosing it. estimates please
I have my working drawings and I need a builder to put in the foundation and add on the addtion and finish it except for the kitchen and flooring.
Also I need the basement framed and spayed insulation applied the base ment is app 1000 sqft with a bathroom and laundry room and a gas fire place. I am looking for a contractor that can start in 2 weeks once I have my permits or even sooner if they can start preping for the permits
The budget for the new addtion is 80,0000 This number can be discussed
The roof is 15000
The basement is TBD
Currently looking at purchasing a 40+ year old home that currently has a 20X12 foot three season room off the back of the house. This room is situated on a slab of concrete. Would like to get a better understanding of the cost to have removed and replaced with a permenent addition to the house with the same dimension.
Option 1 - building up:
- if this is possible and makes sense, i.e. esthetically pleasing and structurally sound, I would like to add 3 bedrooms including a master with ensuite and another 3 piece washroom. This is a bungalow, so a staircase is needed too.
Option 2 - building back:
- lots of room to build into backyard.
- if we dig out the basement, then we have to rearrnge the kitchen and dining area, add master with ensuite, finish the basement (some would be a storage area), cand I would like the current deck utilized
- if we do not dig out basement, we would create hallway in house heading towards backyard and go straight back with master and ensuite addition
If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please let me know.
We are looking for a quote for an addition to our existing bungalow (current house is approximately 1100 square feet).
House was built in 1961.
Lot is roughly 65 feet wide by 142 feet deep.
Would like to add a one story addition to the back of our bungalow...
Addition to include:
-Master Bedroom with walk-in closet, On Suite Bathroom (seperate shower tiled with glass doors, bathtub, two sinks, toilet)
-Living Area (open concept) - with Sliding doors to back yard.
-Basic (roughed in) Basement to be inlcuded
Total Addition would be approx. 24ft x 48ft
Please contact us for further information to begin the quoting process.
We are currently looking at estimations for an addition to our family home.
40 year old home
Backsplit (main floor living, dining, kitchen; second level 3 bed 1 bath; lower level family room, laundry, bathroom, crawl space)
Looking to add another floor either over the front of the house (over the kitchen/living room) or over the back of the house (2nd level, bedrooms and bath). The addition would include stairs, a master bedroom and bath, walk-in closet and possibly a little nook for a home office. Main floor living area is appoximately 23 feet wide (plus a single car garage) and 24 feet long. The upper level is the similar in size.
Prefer: hardwood stairs, possible hardwood on the new level, basic bathroom fixtures (tub, countertop, ceramic floors).
Exterior of the home is currently a mix of brick and siding. Would be up for suggestions on how to finish the exterior.
Looking for a cost-effective renovation. We were not planning on doing it quite this soon (have been in house 2 years), however, have recently found some problems with the roof which require repair. Need to decide whether to do the planned reno or simply replace the roof.
Thanks for your time.
We currently live in a 25 year old home, with room to expand to our backyard. Our current house is 3 bedrooms, approx 1800 square feet, we would be looking to do a 2 story addition, adding space to the main level and upstairs. We would be looking to move out 10-15 feet and the full width of the house. At this point, I am just looking for estimates to compare the cost of renovating or buying a bigger house.
We have a 2500 square foot house with an attached 2 car garage (flat roof) We are looking at adding an addition on top of the garage as well as ad a veranda over the door and a possible dormers on the roof. We will want stone on the bottom 3 feet of the home with cape cod siding from the stone up to the roof line. I am looking for someone that can provide us with design and build. Please provide me with your number so that i can contact you
I have a 3/4 bedroom detached property in Burlington and want to add an extension to the house either at the front, back, side or another floor. I would like an additional bedroom and ensuite. I have no idea about planning permission and have not had any plans drawn up. I need to know what the first and next steps are. If anyone can give me some guidance, I would be very appreciative, thanks.
Foundations and excavation project. This is an extension of the kitchen.
Size of the extension is 6' x 21'. We are looking for a sub-contractor to excavate, form and pour new strip footings, new block walls or concrete,
insulate to R20 and backfill the crawlspace with crushed stone.
Contractors must carry liability and WSIB certification.
Interested parties will be asked to provide some references.
We are considering adding a single storey 20x20 great room addition to the rear of our existing 2 storey home which would include a full basement and knocking out an opening to the existing basement - I am curious at what the range in cost per sq ft would be - standard construction with a gas fireplace, some windows and a patio door
We currently live in a 80-100 year old home, and want to expand to our backyard. We would be looking to do a 1 story addition, adding a great room to the main level off the kitchen. We would be looking to move out about 20 feet and the full width of the house. I am looking for estimates but ready to go on the project as soon as drawings are complete. We have a roofer and will finish the room ourselves - mainly need the footings, framing, tie in to house, and siding. Have a team for windows, floors, drywall, tile, etc.
We have an addition off the back of our home about 30 years old. It has a crawl space underneath, very little insulation and no HVAC. The room is about 25.5 by 10.5 feet. We would like to add a second story to this room (either the full size of the room or above just a portion of the room) and update the existing room.
We are looking for a main floor addition. Approx 300 square feet including kitchen and dining room and front foyer. Vaulted ceiling in dining room area. 4-6 ft x 18ft Covered porch outside kitchen. All internal and external finishing to be completed. Will require removal of wall between kitchen and family room and kitchen and dining room with a triple truss structure to eliminate any need for beams. Ceilings to be done in new kitchen area, family room and dining area..and pot lights installed. Include new engineered hardwood in kitchen, family room, and dining area to match existing 3/4 oak with dark stain.
Ground floor L shaped addition on rear and side of house. approx 270sf. concrete footings and ICF foundation- no basement req'd. siding to be installed on exterior of addition.
remove existing brick exterior wall 8' x 14' for entrance to new addition. Sloped shingle roof to be attached to existing brick exterior walls.
Side of house-5' x 20', rear portion 12 x 14' ,1 interior wall.
Site easily accessible, house approx 50yrs old.
I would like to add a new bedroom (approx. 15'X 15') on the back side of my existing bungalow. Following is the work to be done.
- Foundation (no basement for new addition) approx. 2 ft. high off ground level and then fill up the space.
- Complete hardwood floor. Use beams of 10 X 2 for the subfloor.
- Framing and drywalling of 3 walls (existing backside wall will be used as 4th wall of new addition)
- flat ceiling
- Complete Roof with Shingles on new addition to tie in to existing roof
- Break existing window back wall to make it an entry door to new addition.
- Patio door on new back wall(North) of new addition
- One 6'6"x3' window on new wall(West)
- Closet with sliding doors on new wall (East)
I understand that we need to meet and go over exact detalied work, however try to provide rough estimate, at least in terms of $ per Sq. Ft.
Home is a 4 level backsplit, looking to expand second floor approx 14 deep by width of house, about 24-26'. Expansion would be at back of house, hopefully over existing deck/backyard, supported on posts. There is a gas line existing at the rear of house and kitchen (on second floor) is approx 15' to the existing outside wall. We would like to put in an on suite if possible and gas fireplace.
Need the following for a Second Storey Addition to be done in Milton, Ontario. Only qualified contractors need respond. If interested, repsond and I will send you drawings.
1. Framing Contractor to remove existing roof, frame all member for new second floor and remodel walls on existing floor, frame new truss roof.
2. Masonry Contractor to install cultured stone (some areas over exsiting brick, others new).
3. Siding Contractor to install all new soffit, fascia and eavestrough.
4. Roofer to install new roof (25 year shingles).
Demolish unheated, flat roofed, single storey structure to the top of foundation.
Extend existing foundation by 2 feet.
Construct new single storey addition on existing foundation (245sf). Premium windows and single sliding door.
Construct single storey, wood frame addition with crawl space below. Low sloped roof with 2 ply modified bitumen roof. Hardie board/panel exterior. Cedar T&G soffit.
Install new kitchen cabinets including two sinks.
Extend existing forced air ductwork into addition.
Enlarge opening between new kitchen and old.
Remove old kitchen cabinets and flooring. Replace existing plaster with new drywall (200sf).
Remove existing slate floor in foyer (55sf)
Tile foyer, former kitchen and addition (500sf in total).
Existing 200 amp electrical service. Provide pony panel to feed kitchen.
Kitchen cabinets, countertops and flooring installation to be carried as an allowance.
Drawings are complete and ready for permit. They are available in PDF format for review.
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