Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Cambridge homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 51 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Cambridge seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,746,500.00 with a per project average of $34,245.00.
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We are currently having a house built in Cambridge and are looking for someone to finish the basement as soon as the house is completed. we would like a 3 piece bathroom and one bedroom in the basement. The basement already has a rough in for a 3 piece bathroom. we are not looking for anything high end, just good quality work.
Simple finishing of basement with a 2 piece which is @ 360 sq ft, kitchen backsplash installed and Painting the whole house interior & exterior including garage house is 1330sq ft and garage is a normal garage. Its a semi detached house if that helps.That is just a rough thought and I am looking for a rough estimate.
Looking for price and quality - not looking to cost a arm and leg.
We have approximately 500 square feet to finish in our 15 year old house. We would like to add a three piece bathroom (rough in would need to be moved). We also require a separate room for my husband's aquarium equipment and associated stuff (electrical, venting, plumbing).
Preferred materials - nothing fancy, as we are on a budget.
We will need additional electrical, some plumbing, insulation, flooring, lighting and storage.
We have a unfinished basement. Approximately just under 1000sq ft.
It is a Mattamy Home built in 1991.
We are looking to create a recording studio space along with a gym area, bathroom and storage space.
There is also a periodic leak from under one of the windows (once or twice a year).
There has been mold found in the existing exterior walls which covers approx 61 feet. the interior walls which will have to be changed to match covers will be approx 41 feet. The ceiling will be damaged as the walls are removed which will ba approx 430 square feet of ceing that will have to be changed. The house was built in 1958 and two years ago some addional insulation was put in (improperly) which has contributed to moisture and mold.
I feel that the insulation will have to be upgraded. The studs may have to be changed depending on the mold condition. With the ceiling change this will have some affect on the electrical in this area.
I am just starting to consider fixing this and if there is a chance of getting some assistance, I will get a contractor to do an estimate
Thank You for your consideration
I live in a 14 yrld home with an unfinished basement. I am comsidering finishing the basement however i am looking to do it in stages . I would like to start with the pluming, framing and electrical for the first fase of the job. I do not have any ideas with regards to what can be fitted into the basement so i am looking for ideas, designs .... possibly a plan.
It has a bathroom rough in
Will need 2 bedroom a kitchenette (with vent) open concept leading into the living room
Also need 3 piece bathroom vented.
Will also require an egress window
The ceiling would be either drywall or dropped ceiling. Laminate flooring and prefer pot lights
The stairs would like to be carpeted there are no risers on the stairs.
Break out wall of bathroom break concrete to move toilet and plumb in shower, install shower unit finish drywall paint install vinyl floor.
Also break open wall to main area to separate kitchen from mechanical room supply and install electric and plumbing for sink stove fridge supply and install thermofoil in kitchen, trim paint and put in vinly flooring done
House is 2 years old. Basement is a blank slate in need of drywall, flooring and more electrical sockets. Would love pot lights (as an extravagance). We also need furnace close off, under-the stairs storage room close off and a laundry room. Need stairwell and stairs finished. Looking for walls and attractive laminate flooring. Space is about 700 square feet to my untrained eye. Looking to close off bathroom for now and design later on to keep costs down.
The basement is finished however not professionally. I would like to correct both window wells (framing and drywall) which will then require the ceiling to be redone, remove a wall (has electrical servIce) and finish another adjoining wall (approx 9 feet) with either "barn board" or faux stone, add wall to wall built in cabinets with fireplace, dry bar area, computer shelf, TV and entertainment area as well as storage (approx 20 to 22 feet), sand and repair any drywall damage. The flooring is carpet which I would like to keep.
I have a 5 year old house. I would like to start finishing the basement. The basement is clean with nothing done at this point. The basement is approximately 500 square feet. We do not need a bathroom, it's mainly going to be used as a living room. We are looking for a price to have basement walls framed with insulation, walls drywalled, and electrical complete for walls and ceiling. The ceiling and floor will not be finished at this time and we do not need any painting done...
The house is approx. 20 years old. The basement is presently finished as an in-law suite. We want it opened up to one large room, which involves tearing down a wall and removing all the kitchen cupboards, sink, etc. The renovation also includes re-doing the 3-piece bathroom, which we'd like a new doorway cut in the opposite wall and the existing doorway sealed up. New toilet, vanity sink and faucets & showerhead in bathtub (bathtub & tiles to remain as is). A new, POWERFUL exhaust fan in bathroom and the walls and ceiling painted. Also, new carpeting and underpad in entire rec room (including up the full flight of stairs) and the room painted.
We would like to finish off our basement which includes a pre-existing rough in bathroom, family room, laundry room and one small bedroom.
Family room= Dry wall is up on floor and ceilings room is 22x35 aprx. walls need sanding and painting. Window casings need to be finished. Laminate floor. Maybe heated?
Bathroom= 12x15, roughed in. Dry wall and flooring needs to be completed
Bedroom= 18x10 aprx. Same as above but with bamboo ceramic flooring
Laundry room= 10x15 aprx
Our Reid home is about 13 years old. We had a water leak repaired from outside and inside our house and the dry wall was removed partly from one wall. (Our basement is finished) We also had to remove the section of the carpet under padding that was damaged by the water and pull back the carpet to let it dry. So with our fingers crossed that the leak is repaired, the wall has been open now for over a year we'd like it get it fixed. Its not a big job but still we will need help with. So the wall needs repairing, mudding and taping then the carpet under pad needs partly replaced and reinstalled.
We live in Cambridge just off the 401 at Townline rd. I work from home running a home daycare. Please let me know when the earliest could be for someone to look at the work needed and an estimate.
We have the majority complete however we recently had a baby and have not had the time to complete it. We still need to do drywall down the stairs and the laundry room as well as triming in a basement window. We are having our flooring company eventually put a carpet in so we will need to have the trim done as well.
Work needs to be done the week of July 3 -10/12
We have purchased a century home in Preston. The front porch needs to be completely remade, the 2nd teir porch needs to be assessed for safety.
We have a semi-finished basement approximately 12x20 that needs flooring (prefer hardwood), insulation, drywall as well as a fireplace insert (optional).
The large seperate garage needs the roof repaired. It has caved in in a few spots.
We also need the eavestrough replaced around the house.
The previous owners put a new deck in however did not complete it. The railings are missing.
We have $ that was put on top of our mortgage so whomever does the job would need to wait for us to submit recepits until money is recieved. Typically 2-3 days.
House is 20 years old and 2050 sq ft. Basement has never been finished (but does have drywall up which will need to be removed). We would like to add a bedroom, three piece bathroom, family room with gas fireplace (granite/marble mantle), as well as an office as part of the project. Currently have two quotes from renovators with excellent references, but would like a couple more. Reno also includes partial removal of a load bearing wall; a refreshment bar area (granite or mable counter top) and the expansion of a window well in new bedroom location. Rough in for plumbing also needs moved. We basically have the plan/layout, need a reputable and professional contractor to round out our options here.
Not interested in anyone who "forgets appointments", is consistently late, arrives without a tape measure, or promises quotes and cannot deliver (been our experience with two others *sigh*).
Up-to-date references are a must.
So we have decided it's time to fully finish our basement renovations. I am looking for someone that is willing to give us a quote to do the entire project, and also a quote to do certain parts of the project. We've had one quote and if it's a sign of the cost to do it all, we may do certain things ourselves. But there are things we would never attempt such as the plumbing, electrical, mudding and taping etc...
We are looking to contract out our basement reno to include:
1. New bathroom
3. Baby room
4. Finish Laundry room
5. Small hallway
6. Some furnace room work
Some drywall and electrical has already been complete in the baby room, laundry room and bedroom area.
I live in a Reids Uptown home that is 5 years old. The square footage of the basement is approx 950sq feet. The basement has already framing and some insulation around the perimeter of the basement.
I would like to finish the basement in a yoga studio, so a very open floor plan with floating hardwood or engineered hard wood floors, full length ceiling to floor mirrors one side of the basement, a small bathroom and a fireplace. I would like receded potlights in the ceiling that can be dimmed.
The stairs going down into basement are unfinished and would like those to either be tiled or finished with hardwood in other words no carpet.
I wouldn't need help in painting the actual finished drywall as I enjoy doing this myself.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to your replies.
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