Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other East York homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 7 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in East York seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $700,000.00 with a per project average of $100,000.00.
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I would like to cut the back wall off my second floor and add a bedroom and bathroom over the existing kitchen addition that was built in the 90s. Also looking to add a side window to the main floor and replace a number of windows and doors throughout the house. Finally I would like the whole house finished in Royal Building siding. New eaves trough and fascia/soffits around the whole house.
I am considering buying a bungalow in the East York area that i'd like to build an extension on. I am looking to extend the back of the house, putting in a new foundation for an extension on the basement, and the main floor area will be a new kitchen. All the interior work I will do myself, I just need the foundation installed, main floor framed and roof extension from existing. I am looking to put in a sliding door to a walkout and a couple of windows. The existing main floor wall to where the extension is to be built needs to come down, so it will be open concept. The extension would be roughly 12' x 16'. I'm not sure if this is enough information for a ballpark figure but since I don't have the house yet I am just looking at ideas for cost.
Although we are not yet ready to renovate, we would like to get a little information on the approximate cost of adding another floor to our 700 sq ft bungalow. The second floor would require 3 bedrooms and an ensuite off the master with a jacuzzi tub. We would need the stair case (which we could add to the one coming from the basement), all electrical and plumbing etc. The rest of the house has already been renovated with new copper plumbing and updated wiring. There is a skylight in our ceiling that we would like to see moved upstairs to the new roof. My concerns are with the foundation being able to support a second story, how long we would have to be out of the house and the cost. We are stuck between renovating and buying a new home. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.
I'm a designer and I've got drawings ready for a third bedroom addition above the existing kitchen of my East York semi-detached house. Most houses on the street have already undergone this reno. The first floor is double-bricked so there's no need to underpin the foundation. The addition is basic wood-frame construction with a new flat roof. The exterior will be vinyl siding, and we're adding one window. The size of the addition is approximately 100 square feet.
Included in the scope of work:
- bedroom addition : new partitions, window, flooring, GWB, trim, and door
- remove existing flooring in hallway and replace with similar (original oak hardwood)
- build new closet in hallway
Depending on the price of this scope of work, we may also want to include the bathroom reno in this project. That would include a complete gut of the existing bathroom (3 piece).
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