Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Cambridge homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 55 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Cambridge seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,476,000.00 with a per project average of $45,018.00.
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We have an existing garage that we would like to tear down. we would like to then rebuild it adding a new garage in front of where the old one was. where the existing garage was we would like ot add and bring it up to level with the existing house, adding a main bathroom, kitchen and a main entrance utility room. the room is approximetly 30x10 . we would add an entrance from the existing house, we would like to help will alot of the work, however do not know how to do some of the leveling plumbing etc. we know there are permits required.
We just purchased a new property and were looking to do an addition and renos on the interior. We need architectural plans drawn up and the work completed quickly.
Start July 15th and finish late Aug 2017
It would be great to speak to you and get a quote.
Call my cell, or email is great too.
Basement is now unfinish on the back half. We want to finish a 16 foot wall and an 24 foot wall with insullation and drywall and then close in the furnace room on three sides that will be about 8 by 6 with a door and venting and then insullate the ceiling of the 24 by 16 area for fire and noice and drywall the ceiling as well.
Client had a leak in roof at skylight. Roof has since been replaced and skylight was removed.
This leak caused some water damage to bedroom ceiling.
Client wants this ceiling either scraped and restuccoed or torn down and completely replaced. Carpeting is to be replaced with either hardwood or laminate.
A new 6' closet to be framed and finished.
Our house is approximately 35 years old. We are interested in getting a quote on knocking out the wall between the living room and garage to enlarge the living room. The garage floor is approximately 1 foot ?? lower than the living room floor. We would want a price also for putting a window into the replaced/refaced section of the garage.
We do not have a specific time frame for this job, as it depends on the cost.
Thank you for contacting me.
I have a small semi. The 2 bedrooms each have a closet on the separating wall. I want to close off the one side, make that a double closet in the other room. In the first room there are cupboards that need to come out and have a closet built in there or maybe have an ikea like closet insert. The upstairs needs to be fully recarpetted as well.
I would like to have a new drop ceiling done in 2 rooms (13'7"x11'2" and 33'8" x 11'2") with insulation for sound barrier. Also need to add more supportive joists in both rooms with wires refished through. Carpet in 2 rooms (13'7" x 11'2" and 12'4"x11'3").
House is 25 years old.
I live in Cambridge, Ontario
I need an estimate for framing, drywall, flooring and doors installation.
The building has concrete flooring and drop tile ceiling(10 ft high).
Total framing and drywall is 70 ft long. This is for 3 rooms and a small entrance hall way.
I need 2 regular doors(30") + 2 doors(30") with sound insulation and installation.
The flooring will be a total of 840 sf - big tiles and 200 sf - carpet.
We are looking for quotes to build up our top floor den into a fourth bedroom. We'd need a wall about 11-12 feet in length, door, baseboards, electrical wiring, maybe some indoor painting, and while you're here we could use some extra insulation in our Attic too (house is about 3000 sq ft).
We are preparing our 4 year old home for sale and require assistance in the following areas:
Mainfloor: - crown molding
Upper floor - painting
Basement - electrical, drywall, painting, flooring, trim and hanging of doors, ceramic in bathroom
We have the majority of the materials or will purchase the materials ourselves (unless your supplier is cheaper).
Upper two floors need to be market ready by March 1, 2012
Basement needs to be completed by March 15, 2012 or sooner if possible
Please provide quotes that are per project (ie. crown molding as one quote) or an inclusive quote showing discounts for awarding all work.
looking to have a 16x16 deck built pressure treated with railings and set of stairs (only one step off kitchen so not high)
gazebo 10x12 gazebo installed (already purchased)
patio doors replaced with new doors
one window replaced
screen door installed on front entry way
3 new lights installed where existing ones already are
replace counter top and do a backsplash
We are going to be replacing our existing cabinets with ikea cabinets to which we have pick out. We would be looking for someone to be able to say hookup the new sink, we are using the same dishwasher but it will need to be disconnected and put back in, the frig we are keeping as well but has water hookup etc. Stove is remaining in the same location but we would be needing some electrical for a second unit being put in one of the cabinets. I would be available to assist as required. Not looking to get in the way but should a second body be needed I could be it. I would take the existing cabinets out. Thanks.
Measurements of the kitchen are 213 inches down the one side and 93 inch wall directly across which has 2 pantry units on it. There would also be a small island. Basically a galley type so just the two walls have cabinets and appliances on them.
We will be replacing the kitchen counter, having a wall removed and some new cabinets/counter installed. Kitchen size is approx 10' x 10' Wall to be removed needs to be confirmed that it is load bearing or not. A tile back splash is also to be installed in kitchen.
We will be replacing the bathtub in the main bathroom and having the enclosure tiled. new plumbing fixtures also to be installed.
The house is 10 years old and we have purchased some materials already.
Dan + Jackie
Kitchen and Bathroom renovation in condo. Would like to do some improvements to sell. Job would include refacing cabinents in kitchen, replacing old fluorescent lighting in kitchen, ceramic tiling in kitchen and bathroom, removing old bathtub and replacing with new shower, replacing vanities and fixtures in bathrooms. Retiling in bathroom very strong possibility. Replace old toilets with new ones.
Kitchen is appoximately 10' x 8'. Powder room is approximately 4' x 5'. Ensuite bathroom is approximately 10' x 8'.
Condo is about 20 years old. Work must be done with minimal noise and cannot be done past 6:00pm daily. Work done on Sundays and holidays are not permitted by the condo board.
Removal and disposal of old bathtub must be included.
Would like to get some rough estimates for job described.
I want to convert my current family room into my bedroom, and my bedroom into my family room. To do this I need to push back a wall to make the one room bigger, and I want to make sure it's not a load carrying wall. This also forces me to re-do both floors in these rooms, and the "new" living room needs the paneling replaced with Drywall.
By doing this I can eliminate a hallway which will be added into these rooms, and possibly add a serving window to the living room through the kitchen/dining room.
Looking to see who can come view my house and give quotes.
We have a list of 23 repairs or upgrades we need done to our home including outdoor and indoor items.
Garage; Minor masonry repair and new wood vent above door
Fence gate repair and stain small deck
Replace carpet stair runners
Replace light fixture and shower head in bathroom
Remove borders and repaint 3 rooms
Paint ceiling in skylight
Fix track on 2 sliding closet doors
Multiple small cosmetic touch ups and repairs
We have multiple projects in our home that we are looking for quotes on for our home
1) Gas Fireplace removal in living room
2) Installation of ceiling fan in 2 level ceiling in living room
3) Fishing and installation of over head light in children's playroom
4) Installation of Laminate Flooring in child's playroom
5) Fixing of malfunctioning light in basement
6) Bulk of house painting
*QUICK, PROFITABLE PROJECT: Work to begin 13th March with completion no later than 21st March*
Main Entry and Hallway:
Paint walls in entry, foyer and hall 680 Sq.Feet
Paint walls 280 Sq.Feet
Supply and Install Carpet on Stairs
Paint stringers on ether side 15 sq.feet
Repair & Paint walls 480 sq.feet
New Conference Room:
Remove Drywall Wall and patch, Remove ceiling tile and grid
Electrical - Remove switches and receptacle in wall rework switching
Remove Carpet 350 Sq.Feet
Remove carpet base 72 Feet
Supply and install new t- bar ceiling 125 Sq.Feet
Paint walls 576 Sq.Feet
MISCELLANEOUS (IF CAPABLE)
Supply and Install kitchenette vanity
Plumbing and drain for new sink
Cut and Patch Floor
Paint Walls 254 Sq.Feet
Replace 3-6 Damaged tiles
All light fixtures:
Clean light fixture lens
A number of items need to be repaired prior to listing home for sale.
1. replacing toilet and sink in main floor bathroom
2. replacing ceiling tile in downstairs bathroom
3. cleaning and painting workroom floor
4. repairing upstairs living room ceiling
5. replacing light fixtures
6. other items as determined
My home is 30 + years. Plaster walls. It is a 3 level backsplit excluding basement level. I am looking to renovate the main floor. The kitchen and livingroom is divided by a wall. The 1-1/2 garage is attached to the kitchen livingroom. I would like to remove the wall dividing the kitchen and livingroom and create a kitchen/diningroom. I would like to remove the wall from the livingroom/garage and remodel this garage into a sunken in livingroom.
My major debate right now is stay and renovate or sell and buy new. I have looked at the realestate market and truly believe I could complete my home the way I like it much cheaper than purchasing a new home.
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