Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Cambridge homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 49 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Cambridge seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $657,500.00 with a per project average of $13,418.00.
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We are looking at having a new bathroom installed. We would like a simple bathroom suite, consisting of a shower, vaniety and toilet.
We need the flooring to be put down, a baseboard heater and an air vent.
There has not been a bathroom in this spot before.
We would like people who are interested in the job and actually want to quote to please contact.
Renovate bathroom, includes: the bathroom has an existing surround tub to be removed, rest of the bathroom is down to drywall, that should all be replaced, install new toilet (toilet on site), remove vanity, install new floor tiles (tiles on site), install new vanity (new vanity on site), connect the plumbing to the new sink, install new bathroom tiles (tiles on site), install exhaust (there never was one installed, so it needs to have it run outside through the attic?), new light fixture, paint walls (total 2 walls).
I am the own homer.
Dimensions of the bathroom are very approx: 5' w from tub to wall / 6' L from door to wall.
The house is an 1,100 sq ft two storey home built in 1947. The bathroom is 8ft 2" x 5ft and requires a complete gut and renovation. We are thinking of completing the demolition ourselves to save costs.
Will need a contingency for mould remediation. We will most likely have to redo the plumbing and framing and install new electrical as there is no outlet in the bathroom. We also require insulation, bathtub, toilet, vanity, medicine cabinet, lighting, fixtures and flooring. There is a large window right (2ft 10" x 3ft 10") above the current bathtub, we would like the wood frame to be replaced with tiles to avoid any leaks and mould. This is the only bathroom in the house and we have limited options to go off site during the renovation so renovation time is also a large factor for us.
The bathroom is the start of several renovations, we will require the kitchen and basement renovated and possibly and addition built in the future.
I am looking to renovate an upstairs bathroom - new or refaced tub - flooring, paint, sink, cabinets, etc. The bathroom is a 8x7 space roughly. with standard fixtures. Nothing over the top - just a good general remodel.
Upon satisfactory completion of this job, I am looking for someone to replace the upstairs carpet - 3 bedrooms, hallway and two sets of stairs. I want a durable carpet with underpad suitable for a young family - ages 6 and 13 months.
The home is a townhome - built in 1990 - carpet never been replaced, original bathroom.
Concerns - I own the home - son and family live in it - I live in California - want to be able to oversee project remotely - with regular video updates on progress.
The footprint of the bathroom is staying the same and is in the process of being gutted. I need someone to:
disconnect plumbing before gutting is complete;
change single sink vanity to dual sink vanity, adding shutoff valves and reversing hot/cold (originally installed incorrectly);
lay new subfloor and inspect ceiling below for damage/drywall repair;
inspect shower area for mould, possible insulation replacement and vapour barrier repair;
install new concrete board around tub and on floors to ready for tile installation (tiling is already contracted out);
install new plumbing fixtures;
install tub doors once tiling is complete;
add ceiling fan, exhaust and switch where none currently exists;
add 2 electrical outlets;
change single light fixture to two;
drywall replacement where needed.
Bathroom has been gutted, so now I need someone to finish the job.
The bathroom size is 10 x 10, some of the plumbing by the bathtub has to be removed because of lead. The shower is separate and I found out because of the location it has to be raise by 2inches, it is a shower kit, there is no tiling, except around tub.
Looking to do a bathroom renovation on an existing bathroom. One wall has a whirlpool tub and a stand up shower beside it. We would like to have both removed. There is a leaking problem in the shower that drips down into the next level of the house, we have ripped open the drywall ceiling and need that issue addressed. We would like to create a large walk in shower in replace of the tub and where the shower is now, a closet. The shower we would like to be completely tiled from floor to walls with possibly a glass door. We would like a bench installed inside the shower, two shower heads and maybe even making it a steam shower. Depending on costs, possibly updating the toilet and vanity as well. The house is approximately 10 years old.
We are looking to get 2 bathroom floorings done - one is Marble flooring the other is Porcelain. Currently there is laminate in both bathrooms. Materials have been purchased.
In addition, we are changing the vanity in one of the bathrooms and need the old vanity removed and the new installed with new faucet. Both bathrooms square footage combined is approx 60 sq feet.
I'd prefer to have someone come by in the next week - if I can get a sense of what this might cost online, this will help determine how many people come on-site to provide a quote. Free estimates only please. Thanks!
Existing tiled shower stall has been stripped and is ready for waterproofing and retiling. The shower is 3'Wx6'Dx8'H and has a bench and (2) wall niches. Be sure to indicate the method of waterproofing that you are proposing. The existing plumbing fixtures and drain will be reused. A new mortar bed will be required to accomodate the drain in it's existing location. The selected tile will most likely be about 10"x13" for the walls and bench. The floor and accent strip around the shower will be 2"x2" mosaic tiles. Do not include the cost of the tile in your price; as it will probably be provided by the Customer. You will be responsible for the supply of all other materials --- substrate, mortar, grout, door threshold, etc. Please provide an optional price for a new glass shower door (approx. 33"x70").
An optional price should be provided for retiling the Jacuzzi backsplash. Once again, assume that the old tiles will be removed by and new tiles will be supplied by the Customer. Dimensions are: 37" wall height and 176" (88" each) wall width.
builder given tub, toilet and vanity roughin in basement i want tub and toilet flenge installed and water pipes , main water lines are running already near the wall, want one connection to kitchen sink and drain connection to near by going main drain through running drain in making hole in 2 by 4 about 10 ft
We are looking to replace our bathtub and the surrounding tiles in our bathroom. The tub is approximately 58"x30"x15". We would need 75" of tile above the tub. There is also approximately an additional 7" of tile that extends from the edge of the back wall of the tub and approximately 3.5" of tile that extends from the edge of the front wall of the tub. The height of the wall that has the tile extending is approximately 89.5" high. We would need new drywall to go behind the tiles. We would need a new faucet and shower head installed (we have purchased those).
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12 year old home in Cambridge. We have a shower insert that is leaking @ drain. There is no water damage we caught it in time.
Room: 5' wide x 8' deap
Shower Insert: 30" x 30"
Sink: Cabinet type
1-Remove insert rework plumbing, open shower area from 30" wide to 60" (remander of room width, this will remove a dead space in our ajacent closet area). Tile and floor to glass enclosure.
2-New toilet (water effeint)
3-New sink and counter top
4- New floor tiles
Proffesional design ideas and oppions always welcomed! This is your forte. If quality and price is great we have a kitchen dream aswell.
Additional photos or requests available.
I would like to completely renovate my current ensuite bathroom. It would require removing bathtub, shower, sink, and toilet and all wall coverings back to the stud framing. We would want a new shower about 34x60 inches, a new vanity with a single sink with a granite or marble recessed sink. The vanity would be about 60 inches long, drawers on each side with centre doors. A new toilet would be reinstalled in its current location, the shower water supply would be the same however the drain may need to be relocated pending the type of shower installation. The new vanity and sink would be located where the tub is currently placed and would require plumbing relocation work. Electrical work would include adding a bath/fan combination, relocating the current GFI plug to the new vanity location, and putting lighting over the new vanity sink. The bathroom is on the second floor and is about 60 x 137 inches in dimensions. We would want advice on the best wall covering for the shower (ceramic tile, artificial marble slab, other ideas???)
I realize this is a last minute request. We are doing a bathroom upgrade and were not planning on taking out the tub but found mold so we did. Can anyone install an all-in-one bath/shower before Sat July 27?
If so, pls call Karen. (The house is in Cambridge)
Looking for a reliable and efficient professional who is willing to help us "finish" a minor kitchen and bathroom facelift in the rental portion of our duplex. We have had poor experience with this job already with three contractors already with people not showing up when they are supposed to, or cancelling on us at the last minute. We are looking for someone who we can trust to get the job done on time!
The kitchen and bathroom are on the second floor of a solidly built century home located in the historic neighbourhood of old West Galt. The kitchen and bathroom together are about 400 sq ft.
Kitchen: We are planning to leave the existing cabinets but install two new cabinets and a new counter top (could be sourced by you, or us). The electrical for the oven will need to be moved about 6 feet, and two electrical fixtures changed in the kitchen (but not moved). Plumber will be needed to replace the sink, as well. New vinyl floor tiles to be laid (we have already take off the existing vinyl floor and all that is left is the original hardwood). We will be painting and installing new hardware after.
Bathroom: New shower enclosure (could be sourced by you or us), and new sink and vanity put in. We have taken off the existing vinyl floor and would like a new vinyl floor to be laid. Two light fixtures to be changed, and a new medicine cabinet to be put in (sunken into the wall a bit already, but needs to be lower). We will be painting and installing new hardware after.
All in all, it's not a big job. We have done some of the demolition ourselves to save time and money, and are looking for a professional to finish the job. Since it is a rental apartment, and our living space is underneath, all work must be to code and meticulous. We are looking to get this job done quickly so we can get the space rented out. We are willing to pay good money for good work, but are also conscious of "the bottom line". If we're happy, there are lots of other jobs which we will be looking for someone do in our home to in the near future, as well!
Thank you for your time.
I recently purchased a house that has a second floor Laundry room, we want to move the laundry back to the basement where there is a laundry "rough in" and convert the upstairs to a second floor bathroom with Tub, Toilet, sink.
There would be some plumbing and heating/vent work that will need to be done as well as finish the bathroom.
I would be purchasing the bath tub/toilet/sink/tiles so more looking for the labor.
Main bathroom renovation: This is a three piece washroom. From Bathtub to shower. Work required(Retiling floor, shower wall and wall), new sink, new toilet. New pipe, install exhaust fan. Plumber, electrician and tiller required. This bathroom is 11 feet by 5.5 feet. Replacing ceiling wall and drywalls.
Main floor toilet renovation: This is a two piece washroom (Toilet and Sink) Re-tilling (floor and wall). New toilet and sink installation. Possibly opening a drywall to replace piping that leads to the upstairs main bathroom. This washroom is 3 feet by 6 feet.
Main Master bathroom renovation: Replace shower with Glass shower and extend its size. New sink and new cabinetry installation. Get rid of the old tub. The whole bathroom need re-tilling. This washroom is 11 feet by 10 feet.
This house was built in 1990 and its approximately 24 years old.
The house was built in 1993 and everything except the flooring is original. We replaced the linoleum with stick down tiles four years ago to give it a different look. Ideally, we would like to take out the soaker tub and put in a large shower, use the existing shower as a linen closet, change the counter top and flooring. The only major problem, if we do this, we would have to move the toilet (which we want replaced). The soaker tub sits in the corner of the bathroom, but there are windows on each of the corner walls, therefore, replacing the soaker tub in its current location with a shower would not work. We are open to ideas and suggestions.
Aprox 100 130 sq/ft bathroom ceramic / stone shower w glass frameless walls overlapping on to a corner tub which will also need tile work and posible upgrade/change to tub. More tile work for the floors, new toilet, vanity with cabinets with posible construction to that wall. Granite counter tops w under mounted sink. Looking to complete quickley lots of lead time. 12-15 year old house
Smaller older bungalo in need of a bathroom update. We need existing bathtub, vanity, sink, fixtures and toilet removed and new installed. We have found a nice surround (3 piece) tub, an appropriate vanity, toilet and fixtures. we would like these to be installed. We have new laminate flooring for this small space too which may go down best before toilet and vanity are installed.
This is our only shower - so the timing of the renovations is important. Price is a factor as we are newlyweds, but we are willing to pay for the quality workmanship. Please send us quotes of both cost and time for this project.
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