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We want to claim the space under the garage for a studio. The home is backsplit and we would require sliding glass doors out to the existing patio and if code allows a window at the side of the house. Radiant heating, electical outlets and at minimum a sink but if budget allows a rough in for toilet and shower.
The wall betwee kitchen and dining room on main floor of a 2story house needs to be removed to allow for a more open concept space. Wall is 10feet long.
This is first phase of a number of changes planned for future of house.
Estimated cost and realistic time frame (keeping in mind soonest is best!) would be very helpful to get this ball rolling. Thanks.
We are looking to renovate our small, East York bungalow. The stairs from the kitchen to the basement are far too steep. We would be looking to redo the kitchen as well, to make it more space efficient (recognizing that the stairs reno may affect the layout). We would like to add a gas line for a gas stove. We will likely be ordering European sized appliances in order to maximize space.
Basement to include bathroom, laundry room, rec room – layout will need to change to include a spare bedroom. We would like to have the radiator pipes redone, as we would prefer to not have to underpin in order to gain head space. Half the basement has a raised floor, the other is simply the sloped to drain cement floor. We also have a wood fire place (Remove? Amend? Turn into gas?)
Energy efficiency and green building methods will be an important factor in our decision.
We are possibly looking at turning our laundry room into a bedroom, bathroom, utility room combination to accommodate our growing family, but we're also wondering about turning our garage into a main floor family room and building above it. We really need someone to look at both options and let us know what is best for the house.
We just purchased a home in East York built in 1990, a solid brick home in great shape, but is just a little dated. We're looking to renovate the main floor, and to see what the timeline would be to determine when we move in.
The main components of approximately 600 sq. ft. area that needs work include:
- redesign of both kitchen and dining room to change the layout
- removal of one wall between kitchen/dining room, which has electrical and air return, but may or may not be load bearing
- removal of another 2 partial walls separating dining room and enterance/hallway, likely not load bearing
- complete overhaul of kitchen with new cabinets, countertops, appliances, everything
- removal of tiles and hardwood and replace with new flooring, matching existing hardwood
- restain & paint wood stairs to match existing hardwood floors
- city permits
1300 Square Ft Two Bed Detached Home
- new drywall
- level floor
- install carpet
- remove existing bathroom
- redo plumbing in concrete (currently runs overground and is boxed in)
- install toilet, vanity, fixtures
- tile shower including a built in and border tile
- built in shelving under the stairs to be part of bathroom
- move hot water tank (gas) to beside furnace
- install hardwood
- trim throughout
- crown moulding
- paint front door
- open up stairway leading up and to the basement
- resupport floor
- level floor
- install cabinets
- move gas line for stove
- extend gas line to outside for BBQ
- all necessary plumbing
- bring floor level to kitchen
- put plumbing behind wall
- replace door to backyard
- level floor throughout
- redo ceiling drywall (remove and replace)
- make a closet in both rooms with double doors
- redo bathroom (complete gut, no relocation of plumbing)
- move fan in bathroom to ceiling
Basically, I want a total finish product.
I only want to pick the trim style, hardwood, carpet, cabinets, tiles, fixtures and doors.
Looking for a trusted and Reliable contractor to renovate a Legacy room.
Looking for long term relationship with professional and reliable Contractors.
We are an investment group for housing. Try to sell all projects on the market after renovation.
The following freehold 2 storeys townhouse will be closed soon.
It's everything Job.
Located in East York. (Pape and Danforth)
electrical , heating and plumbing new installations
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