Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Windows and Doors projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 57 Windows and Doors projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Windows and Doors Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $753,500.00 with a per project average of $13,219.00.
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I have an existing bedroom window approx. 50" high by 56" wide which is located at the back of my bungalow home. This room is all above the grade with a basement under it. I have no back door so was wondering how much I could expect to pay to turn this existing window into a doorway. I prefer garden doors but that would depend on the difference in price between garden and sliding doors.
We are looking for estimates for having french doors installed in the front room of our home. We are open to suggestions as to how this would be accomplished considering the angle of the existing walls. One wall may have to be slightly extended, no more than a foot, to accommodate the frame.
The space would allow for 2 24 inch doors and there are 9 foot ceilings so we would be looking for the ceiling to be brought down or a window installed above. No materials have been purchased.
We are looking for attention to detail, clean and accurate architectural work and a seamless finished project to bring long term value to our home. This project would need to commence on October 19th.
We are looking for someone in the Burlington area to make the attached glass living room table with stainless steel legs. The couch it will be in front of is 80" (L) x 35" (H), so we are open to length and height of the table to complement the couch and living room area. The sooner we can have the work done, the better; however we are open to timelines.
I own a residential property in Burlington and am in need of a home window repair. One of the windows has a bottom rail which is sagging, or bowing, downward and it makes closing the window all the way vertually impossible as the locing mechanism doesn't line up. I think the adhesive inside has come loose. A second window has the same problem, but also has a broken vertical slider bracket on the left side, so the window pops out when you slide it up. I am a REALTOR in the area and would have plenty of future work for a competitive and professional candidate.
We have just finished a kitchen reno and new wndows. We would like to get a a window and door removed and a 6' sliding door put in place in the opening. There is no brick to be cut. I have a 6' Sliding door purchased already. The opening will need to be closed in and typared. I have siding to finish off the exterior.
I have a nook in the foyer area that is 2 feet deep and 5 1/2 feet wide. I would like to get a project estimate on installing a sliding door to close off the nook and to install a closet system (rod and shelves) to use for coats and shoes.
Preferably I would like some sort of hanging barn door installation (with a top track for sliding). Reason being is that there is a doorway arch (with no door) right next to the nook. If I wanted additional privacy on the main floor, I can slide the door to close off the doorway arch, otherwise, it would close off the closet nook.
I hope this makes sense.
We currently have a hollow-wooden door 36" x 78" in our office hallway. We would like to either replace the door with a small glass insert or just put in a small, plain glass insert. This is for safety reasons not aesthetics. Please let me know if this is something you can do for us. We would like it done asap.
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 have a sunken living room with a steel door going to the backyard, I would like it replaced with a window.
My dining room has a 50" window looking out to the backyard. I would like this replaced with a 60" patio door.
Work would include window/patio door installation, brick work, framing, electrical (to move light switch), gas line work (line is under the 50" window).
Age of house is 26 years, site conditions are clean.
Willing to assist with the project as needed.
I have a standard sized sliding patio door that I would like to replace with Exterior French doors, and possibly with a sliding screen. The door will need to have a 'doggie' door installed.
I dont need anything extraordinary - just a way so that the dog can let himself in and out - it would seem that popping the window out of a French door would do the trick.
Need reasonable offer, and somebody available soon!
Please reach out for additional details.
Waterproof frame, install patio door, apply caulk sealant to frame and spray foam seal, measure and confirm all 4 corners at 90 degrees prior to punching to frame and removing jams.
Door Provided, and materials to perform above job
Basic measuring and angles skills
60 x 82 door will be at install site
In the spring the sliding door in our living room leaks from the frame at the top.
It is not a problem with the actual window which is aluminum and about 4 years old. It might be a mortar, caulking or flashing problem. The window above used to leak at the same time but replacing it seemed to fix that problem.
There is an awning over the patio door that doesn't do anything to prevent the water coming in.
I think you will probably have to come out and look at the situation before giving a quote.
We need to have our 2 French patio doors replaced with new doors.
We would like to use this one so only need a quote for installation:click here dimensions
Width: 68" (please quote for standard 60" doors with finishing around door of approx 4" on each side)
In the upstairs of our house, we have 5 passage doors which are from the original installation of the house.
The frames are metal and slightly warped in most cases. The frames are hollow, but do not seem to be load bearing. the warping is most likely from settling of the house.
The goal of the project would be to remove the old frames, replace them with some cheap passage doors.
4 of the metal door frames support a 30"x80" passage door, but if the frames are removed, it should be possible to use a 32"x80" door and trim to size as required.
The one exception is the bathroom, which has a 28"x80" door. If the frame was removed, it may be possible to use a 30"x80".
After a door is replaced, we would also want trim around the door to make the look complete.
Main concern is overall price for replacement. Pre-hung doors are fine too with a basic pattern or no pattern.
The main bathroom - grouting, adding a few tiles - base of bathroom was not tiles correctly and water is not draining (staying in shower)
Basement bathroom is only dry walled and tiled, needs grouting reinstall toilet and sink - mirror and light
Main floor - installing interior doors, closet doors, changing 2 exterior back doors.
I am the supervisor of a child care centre and we are in need of quotes to replace the windows in the centre. The company will need to provide a certificate of insureance and WSIB. We need quotes completed by the end of March.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I live in a five year old freehold townhome. When a cold wind blows directly onto the back of our house you can feel the breeze coming through our bedroom window and ensuite bathroom window making the rooms very cold. Also, any significant wind sounds unusually noisy. At first I thought it might be poor insulation (and it 'could' be) but I have more of a tendency to believe the problem is with the sealing and/or caulking of the windows. Am looking for (obviously) the most effective and least expensive solution. Any ballpark figures in terms of what the cost to solve this problem 'might' roughly be, would be helpful although I realize it'd be hard to expect accuracy with a cost suggestion without actually checking the situation out. Just a figure that could be in the wheelhouse would be adequate right now. Thanks.
I am looking to replace 5 windows from our sunroom that is build as an addition to our house.
The current windows are standard size, wood and partially rotten. The sunroom is covered with white sidings.
Since we are in the process of selling, we are looking at the least expensive option. The house is located in the North end of Burlington.
Easy excess thrue the backyard.
I'm looking to replace my existing doors with solid white oak doors and jams (Material is already on site) and am looking for someone to Frame and hang the doors (includes all machining for hinges, door handles, etc)
- Remove existing jams
- Stain and varnish new jams
- Stain and varnish doors (post hang)
Doors (19 total)
1 Kitchen - Dining
1 Laundry Room
1 Hall Closet (double)
1 Master Closet
3 Closets (Double)
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