Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Tiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 63 Tiling projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Tiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $268,600.00 with a per project average of $4,263.00.
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We have a 130 square foot foyer that we're wanting to tile. Currently the area has what we think is 20 year old vinyl and we're looking to upgrade to porcelain. We've reached out to three (family/friend) contractors with absolutely no luck in getting a response back so we're a little frustrated and our faith in getting this project started is being impacted. So finding you through an online search is our last attempt in getting this foyer updated.
The Project title pretty much says it all.
The hallway is approx 4 ft wide and 15 ft long.
The 1/2 bath can't be more than 4x4 ft (seriously -- it's veeery small) and runs directly off the entryway hallway.
Upstairs full bath isn't much bigger only longer 3 ft wide and 10ft long. I am also looking to tile the walls above the tub and do 1/2 -3/4 the wall with the same tile as the flooring. Bathroom is set up so the tub and toilet is on the left with the sink directly across from the toilet and a solid wall across from the tub. I am considering using the heated flooring for the upstairs bath so i am unsure whether this can be done by the floor tiler or if and electrician is required.
I have already purchased the tile but that's it so far until I know whether it's going to be a DIY project or if I should defer to the pro's. House is approx 50-60 years old.
Pics to follow
I hope this info helps. This is the first time I've ever submitted for an online quote. I hope to hear back from you soon!!
I am interested in a kitchen backspash using Olympia limestone (pls see link). I have 50 square feet and I understand that it is recommended that this tile be sealed. I have previously received quotes under $500 for materials and am interested in knowing what the installation might cost. I am interested in having the backsplash consist mostly of GM.SAH.GLD.0204.HN but having about a 3 inch ribbon running the length of the backsplash of GM.SAH.GLD.0102 and having the edges finished with matching limestone strips. This would involve about 4 1/2 feet of edging
What would be an approx. cost for this installation?
Project is approximately 140 square feet - floating, click cork flooring to be installed over existing ceramic tiles. Kitchen has been fully renovated with new cabinetry, 2 half walls approximately 4 feet each in length were removed so there is no flooring in these 2 spaces so these will need to be leveled to the ceramic floor level prior to installing cork over top. Kitchen island is movable so other than underneath the fridge, the floor is basically just a rectangle.
We have purchased the cork tiles and 3mm cork underlay and ready for installation any time after Sep 8th.
We need a back splash tile installed in our new kitchen. We do not know what we want except for the general colour tones -- but we do know we want something artistic behind the gas range that will be the center piece of the room. We are looking for a true artist with a flexible approach to help with our vision.
I started this work, but my timetable has changed so I have to look at hiring to have it finished.
Scope of job: install new porcelain tile in main floor powder room, hallway, laundry room.
- I have already completed demo/removal in the powder room. The laundry room and hallway still have to be done.
- I have all tile (12x24" porcelain tile) already in-hand.
- I planned on using Schluter Ditra membrane underneath the tile. If that ends up being the way to go through you, I can acquire that.
- All other supplies/materials to be provided by you.
Burlington, ON and looking for someone in the area. Not looking to break the bank - as mentioned I planned on doing this myself on weekends, but circumstances have changed my ability to do so. Looking for someone with general/tiling expertise, with reviews/references.
Also potential to re-do kitchen backsplash - small kitchen area. I have that tile as well.
I need to get my walk in shower re-tiled (with water proofing underneath). The dimensions (in inches) are 39 x 53 x H 82. I would like a glass door installed as well its dimensions (of the opening) would need to be 24 x 73. I would like subway tiles in white (clean & crisp) or 12 x 12 white tiles with a fiberglass white bottom insert. There is a white / grey marble framing around the door already.
This is a pretty small backsplash job. Good if you're in between bigger jobs.
Area is a 63"x12" and 55"x12", they are 6"x3" subway tiles. Refer to pictures.
Bonus if you can do electrical, I'd just like a receptacle on the wall (to the right of the sink). Fishing wire shouldn't be a problem, there is access behind that wall.
I'm pretty flexible when this can be done.
Think I provided a good amount of information. If you could provide a rough estimate that would be nice as well.
Looking for a tile sub contractor for ongoing projects starting in January. Quality is #1 priority, seconded by efficiency.
-Must have WSIB clearance and references & work that can be inspected.
-Service area is mainly Burlington / Oakville and surrounding areas.
-must have reliable transportation and own tools.
-tile and other materials will be supplied.
I wanted to inquire about your availability to scope out your perspective and estimate on a sub-floor/tile addition to our place. ( We have purchased all the tile )
It's roughly 205 sq. feet and subfloor is off level in certain area's. Want to address level to assure longevity and prospect to the tile that glosses the top of the floor space.
We live in Burlington (Guelph line and Dundas) and were hoping you might be able to swing by and asses the project if your available.
I will remove the old flooring & supply the new tile. New tile must be the same height as 3/4" hardwood to be flush. Front foyer, kitchen, laundry & powder room - approx 500 sqft. House is 18 years old & I believe that most items are original. Front foyer is shown in the pic & the kitchen is basically a 12' x 20' rectangular shape.
I have a bathroom that I need tiles installed, which I have purchased and ran out of time to complete. Walls are prepped with new mould resistant wallboard and base is installed. I have glue and grout also.
Could you please provide cost and timing on installing:
1. Ceramic 6"x36", on 2 walls, approx 125 sq feet
2. Mosaic tiles, std foot sheets, 8' x 7' feature wall.
I need to be completed in next 2 weeks to meet project plan unfortunately.
Thank you for your response,
We are looking to have our front entrance and kitchen re-tiled. The job would require the individual/company to remove the existing tile and replace it. We are not having the entire kitchen replaced, just the tile, so the bottom kitchen cabinets would need to be worked around.
The approximate square footage is 250.
Attached are some pictures of the existing tile and also a drawing of the floor plan (inches)
We live in a home that is around 25 years old. We have an approximately 500 square foot area of tile on our main floor, including the entrance, hallways, kitchen, laundry room and powder room. Currently we have ceramic tile in this whole area, which was laid over the original vinyl floor. The current tile is in excellent condition though it is quite old and dated looking. There are no cracks, chipping grout, etc. We are renovating our kitchen and would like the flooring to be removed down to the subfloor, and new porcelain (travertine or limestone look) tiles laid. We can supply the materials, and are looking for a quote on the labour costs or labour plus materials if you can also supply a tile we are happy with. Thank you.
I would like to renovate the modest master bathroom in my condo. Right now it is just painted and trimmed with vinyl flooring; it is 7' 7" x 4' 10" not including the area taken up by the tub. The condo is about 12yrs old.
At minimum I would like the have the vinyl removed and the floor tiled. Depending on cost and looks, I would also think about tiling the walls up to countertop level (I think I prefer this), or to the ceiling, and *perhaps* even replacing the fiberglass tub enclosure with a regular tub and tiled walls. I'd like a new modern light fixture above the sink and maybe have the sink replaced with something more modern also. I would like to keep the current white cupboards and sort-of-taupe marble patterned laminated countertop if at all possible.
One problem is in choosing a colour scheme that goes with the cabinets and countertop, which you can see in the posted photos. Recommendations and sample photos of your previous jobs would be welcome.
In addition to this, I would also like to get my condo balcony tiled. Right now it is just bare concrete with a wooden railing. The owner of the condo below mine has had their balcony tiled and it looks very nice. I was thinking something in a light-coloured, moderately rough slate (non-slippery) would look nice. The balcony is 12' 3" x 6'
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