Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Cambridge homeowners have planned for their Handyman projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 11 Handyman projects posted by homeowners in Cambridge seeking the services of local Handyman Services. Total estimated value of these projects is $13,500.00 with a per project average of $1,227.00.
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Our sink leaked and now both it and the countertops need to be replaced. We also need a souble sink that would support a third faucet area for reverse osmosis tap and are looking to replace the main fixture but not the osmosis tap. We're looking to match the countertops to existing cabinetry and do the job as economically as possible. There are three countertops in the kitchen, one that measures approximately 109 inches along the length with the sink and meets at a right angle the other length measuring 54 1/2 inches or so. The other two are quite small that come up agains the fridge, and stove. The each measure 25in by 25in and 20 and 3/4 or so in by 25in.
Our vents covers for bathrooms, kitchen and dryer which are mounted on the exterior of the house need to be replaced. I believe there are 5 or 6 of these (several sizes). Our house is a Mattamy home in the Mill Pond Area of Hespeler and I believe was built about 7 years ago. What would your charges be to replace these, if you provided the vent covers or if I provided the vent covers?
We're looking for someone to help us install 4 simple horse stalls in an existing barn that is 30' by 60', in like-new condition. The walls are cedar post and plank, and the floor is quarter-down. We'd like someone to build four simple 8' by 16' horse stalls made from large and substantial boards on top of one another, with spaces of about 5 cm between each board. We'd like the stall walls and the door to be the same height, about 4.5' high, and for the 4' wide door to be simple, attractive and substantial with large strong hinges, free-swinging and raised about 10 cm from the floor. Two adjoining stalls will be built on each side of the barn, so for each pair of stalls there are 5 pre-existing structural posts spaced 8' apart at the back of each stall to which stall boards may be attached. 5 matching structural posts will have to be installed 8' in from the wall, and sunk in concrete into the quarter-down floor, to serve as a frame for construction of the front stall boards and doors. Finally, on one end of the stalls, we would like to install two substantial wooden gates (each 6' long and 4.5' high) that hinge on the two structural posts installed 8' in from the wall that serve as the corners of the two facing stalls on that end. Together the gates would extend across the middle of the barn area, bolting to a single central post sunk in concrete in the center, in line with the sides of the end stalls, creating an open interior area within the barn that is completely fenced off.
We would be happy to schedule an on-site visit if this kind of project is something you have experience with and have had success doing. We would also love to see photos of related projects you have completed. Our project is located near Cambridge, Ontario.
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