Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 36 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $136,000.00 with a per project average of $3,777.00.
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Daughter was rough in the bathtub (jumping), and today, I have a water mark in kitchen. Would like someone to fix spot where water is coming from above kitchen, re-patch and paint ceiling.
Currently, the mark is small, about 8 inches by 8 inches. Not getting worse for the last couple hours.
I would prefer if one person can take care of the whole job including painting, but I understand if that’s not possible.
We are looking to convert a walk in wardrobe into an ensuite (shower, toilet & vanity). The wardrobe is right next to the main washroom which we will renovate at the same time, so all the drywall and flooring will be taken out.
We are looking at pricing out the plumbing for roughing in the new ensuite.
I am looking for a plumber who is available to assist with a malfunctioning toilet.
In the way of background, this problem has been going on for several months. I need to plunge the toilet every few days or the water either goes down very slowly or blocks completely, though it has never overflowed or backed up. I have already had a plumber come and auger it, but to no avail. He was going to charge me $1000 to remove the toilet, but I declined. I still paid $300 for the augering (which I had already tried myself). I have also tried CLR for toilets, dish soap and warm water, 1-second plumber and plunging with different types of plungers, all of which help, but only temporarily. When I called my condo corporation, they were less than helpful and advised that if the problem were in the common stack, then everyone would be calling. I also suggested to them that the rooftop vent might be plugged by a bird's nest or ice, but that idea was dismissed. The toilet is 9 years old, so I'm doubtful the problem is with the toilet itself, but will purchase a new one if required.
I have an issue with a leaking shower faucet (Delta). It leaks can leak for hours then stop on it's own. This has been happening for over three months now. We usually switch off the water supply to the whole house whenever this happens because it is usually a big leak that can fill a bucket in minutes. Each time we call a plumber the leak would have stopped by the time the plumber gets to our house. So we really need someone that can diagnose what the problem is and offer a reasonable solution.
We are looking for a licensed plumber to evaluate the issue in our downstairs washroom. We believe it was not installed properly by the last owner. When the shower and toilet are used a growing and overwhelming smell of urine emits through the house. The shower has also begun to leak from between the tile and baseboard from under the base.
The home is 6 years old and we have been here less than a month. The problem started after the 3rd shower and we have stopped using it.
We have also noticed the plumbing in the rest of the home is very loud, the toilets are loud, there is banging and one sounds like it may be a drip in the ceiling. There was a previous leak in the basement we just became aware of. So with all the problems we would like the plumbing completely assessed.
We will be renting out our basement apartment August 1st and we are just finishing up the renovations. We noticed that the toilet gets clogged every few flushes. We have been able to maintain this issue but before renting out we would like an estimate to ensure nothing is wrong or how we can prevent clogs in the future as we recently installed new laminate floor (beside the washroom).
In your reply if you could provide a quote that would be appreciated.
Burlington bungalow. 970 sq. ft.
I would like to replace the whole basement floor/slab and replace sewage pipes at the same time.
The house was built in 50s.
We suspect one of the pipes is leaking under the slab.
What we want is to have a brand new floor in the basement. If possible, a couple of inches lower than it is now
Currently an unfinished basement 'backroom' / laundry room in a home built circa 1965. No rough-in exists for a washroom. There is a 4 inch sewer/floor drain (assume clay or cast iron) in the concrete floor and 1 1/2 inch copper pipe going up wall to main vent out the roof and also connected to sewer line (currently connected to 'temporary' laundry drain).
Need to cut into main sewer line and then install rough-in of drains / venting for:
3) Washroom Vanity
4) Laundry / Washer
5) Floor Drain (to be located under washer)
6) Laundry Sink
I will jackhammer out the concrete floor as needed in advance and do the backfill / pour the concrete floor once rough-in complete.
Additionally, I may potentially add running of the water supply to these apparatus' as part of the project. There is easy access to 3/4 inch PEX (hot and cold) in the room where work will be completed.
I am looking for a licensed, insured plumber. The job will be done by permit and inspected by City or Burlington.
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