Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 47 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,563,000.00 with a per project average of $33,255.00.
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I am thinking of purchasing a home in my area. I do not want to purchase this house until I get a rough estimate of what my financial commitment would be to renovating the basement for a potential renter. The house is approx 30 - 40 years old and there is an exsisting bathroom located in the basement. I need a shower stall added to this bathroom. This would most likely include demo of a wall to make the addition. I would also require a kitchen put in place in the basemnt as well. I would require cabinetry, countertops, sink, etc. (and of course the installation of these). The bathroom is located directly beside a hotwater heater and there is an exsisting drain for the potential kitchen. The house does not look like it has had any renovations done to it in the past 10 years or so. Needs to be viewed....
Thank you all for your time,
My basement is 700 square feet. We already removed the carpet ourselves. We need to have our basement cleaned and then we need to install new flooring. We are thinking about getting it laminated. We want to get the work started as quickly as possible.
We are looking forward to looking at estimations for the costs.
Old bungalow 50 years old.
Bedroom : 9 *13 * 7 - (2.4*8 -closet)
Remove the closet
Walls: reframe, 2 walls insulate, install new drywall, 2- only new drywall
Ceiling -new drywall
Floor - install laminate on a sub floor, new baseboards
Recreation room : 30 * 11 *7
Walls: 2 walls reframe & insulate, install new drywall; 2- only new drywall
Ceiling -new drywall, install 8-9 pot lights
Install new baseboards
Floor - install laminate on a sub floor, new baseboards
Bathroom: 6* 6
Walls: reframe, insulation (optional), new drywall, shower stand -concrete boards (walls) and tiles
New shower, vanity and toilet
Kitchenette: 10.5 *13 -(6*6)
Walls: reframe, install new drywall, insulate outside wall
Ceiling: new drywall
Cabinetry: install new cabinets & new countertop, sink, faucet and back splash
Walls, ceiling - new drywall (1 wall insulated)
Floor - install laminate on a sub floor, new baseboards
New door to the laundry room and cold storage room
New hardwood stairs and hardwood hand rail
put down tile in the entryway from outside to the basement (area on the stairs between main level and basement)
Maine floor: replace countertop & install new granite countertop, include sink and faucet, new tiles, owner buy back splash tiles
We are planning the following work in the basement :
1. walls: take down the wall panelling, reframe it, insulate it and drywall it.
2. change the ceiling including installation of the new potlights
3. remove one wall (~6 feet) between the room and the hallway and install a steel beam (if necessary).
4. move the wall between the living room and the bedroom (i.e. expand the bedroom)
5. install laminate flooring.
6. update/remodel small 3 piece bathroom (including walls and ceiling, sink, shower & toilet)
7. change kitchenette (including new cabinetry and countertops).
8. update/change electrical wires where required
9. change the doors.
As well, we'd like to change the main kitchen countertop.
I have a 1,000 sq ft 1958 bungalow basement but I would like to renovate approximately 500 sq. ft which will include moving pipes in the mechanical room to the back of the house and create a small enclosed laundry room (tiled floor), an open area recreational room, a wall of closets (2 feet deep), remove carpeting in existing family room, pot lights throughout, new laminate floors throughout, replace staircase to basement (10 steps), remove and replace old hand railing and place tile in landing of stairs.
Due to a recent basement water seepage, floor and drywalls (on all of the exterior walls) in our basement have been removed. We are interested to replace them back.
We are also interested to add a shower to the existing two-piece bathroom which will require moving one of the drywall (8' x 7') and moving two interior doors. In addition, we are interested to make changes to reorganize unused furnace area and define the laundary room.
The house is around 50-year old bungalow and was thoroughly renovated from inside.
The house (small bungalow) was built in 1949 and has a number of issues (including wiring and plumbing). I don't know the condition of the foundation, but the basement is old, musty, and generally unusable. Half of it has been damaged by water more than once (pitted concrete) and although there's no visible mould, the whole basement is somewhat damp. The other half is an old apartment that needs to be updated so it can be used. I don't know the exact measurements, but the basement is roughly 20' by 30'. A solid, no-frills renovation of the entire basement is in order.
A careful evaluation and detailed estimate will be required, but please provide a rough estimate based on the following:
- replace or repair damaged concrete floors and flooring
- renovate walls and ceilings
- replace five basement windows
- install washing machine, dryer, and laundry sink
- replace counters and cupboards in apartment kitchenette
- renovate small apartment bathroom (install shower, sink, and new toilet)
Please do not respond unless you are a professional contractor who can handle the scope of such a renovation competently and efficiently, and be prepared to provide references and/or samples of your successful work. If you fit this description, please provide a rough estimate via email and I will follow up accordingly.
need to finish my 1100sq ft basement. need 2 bedrooms, living area, 3 piece bathroom. would like laminate flooring in living area, carpet in bedrooms and tile in bathroom. would like stand up shower. would like drywall ceiling. need to know which is better: metal or wood framing. would like to insulate exterior walls
Approximately 1000 square feet. Looking to add a kitchenette and bathroom. Framing, drywall and finishing required for: laundry room, office room, storage room and entertainment room.
Would appreciate an approximate quote per square foot plus what the costs are for drawings and building permits.
Located in south Etobicoke.
Basement currently unfinished, 500 square feet living space to be converted into laundry room plus family room. Key features, three piece bathroom, minimum ten pot lights, gas fireplace with built in bookshelves. Rough-in water supply available in family room area, water supply already existing in current laundry room. Flooring is uncertain.
850 sq ft of unfinished basement. Would like to have a bedroom, 3 piece washroom, and a kitchen.
8'x8' kitchen on the main floor of the 20yrs old bungalow.
Removal and installation of a new kitchen.
Backsplash, counter top, electrical and plumbing.
Need new tiles on the kitchen floor.
We need a quote on rebuilding a recently flooded basement in Etobicoke.
House was built in 1956, basement approx 900sqft.
I've attached a floor-plan, description and photos of just after the flood and current after clean out.
All walls need new wood panelling (all walls were wood paneled)
Drop ceiling has sagged and needs replacing (all rooms except workshop, furance & closet)
Raised floor for all rooms except Office
Doors (x4) on raised floors bucked when the floor swelled, need replacing
Electrical needs remounting / repair (outlets x 15, lights, wall switches)
Electrical (upper left box) needs enclosure with access door
New toilet, fixtures (towel rack, tp roll), sink repair
Den: (note permeant stone fireplace on bottom wall)
Water meter enclosure (left wall, center)
Mud room: (entrance to Laundry, also under stairwell)
Small door replacement
Linoleum floor with two drains
Enclosure for furnace and water heater
Closet & Storage:
Doors (sliding on closet)
Need help finishing a basement renovation. Room size approximately 36 x 18, low ceiling in basement (1920s house). Most of the framing and drywall is already completed. Electrical completed. Looking for minor framing, build 2 bulk heads, finish drywall (including mud and tape of entire room), reface fireplace for installation of gas insert, install dry-core subfloor (materials already onsite).
Finishing a basement of approximately 700 sq ft. Almost all drywall is complete, only bedroom (125 sq ft) and bathroom to be finished. Require taping and mudding of all walls and ceiling along with some carpentry work in the bedroom (framing a closet).
I would like an estimate on the mud work as well as the framing.
My townhouse is 40 years old. Plan is to rearrange the bathroom & adjoining bedroom space to create a larger main bath & new ensuite. Main bath - may install new tub, tile tub surround & skirt, tile floor, install new longer cabinet, install new toilet & sink, paint. Ensuite - tile floor & part-way up walls, build separate custom shower, install soaker tub with deck & skirt, install vanity with double sink, install toilet. Configuration of new ensuite to be determined.
We need to redo the floor in our basement. Right now they are vinyl tiles. So we would like someone to give us ideas and do the job.
We need to build a walk-in closet or simply a closet in our basement. The closet would approx 12' (length) 3' (breadth) 7' (height). The back wall (dry wall) is already there and we just need to build the front wall. I am not sure if the front wall should be a dry wall with an entrance door or should be sliders for closet or even something else. I would like to discuss it with a handyman on various options and will go for something which is cheaper and looks OK.
My 1000 sq feet basement was flooded with 1 inch of rainwater recently. We already removed the carpet, dried the floor, but the moisture meter still detects water in the dry walls. We want to replace 2 feet of drywall around the entire basement and have it painted. We want to replace around 5 doors. We need to replace the kitchen counter top. We need to replace 3 sink cabinets in the washrooms. We need to install a new Allure Vinyl flooring.
I will supply all the materials.
We are looking for someone who can get the work started immediately at a reasonable price.
Our 2 storey house was built in the mid 60's with 2 original bathrooms on the 2nd floor,(main & ensuite). During the coldest winter nights, the entire 2nd floor wall of the house facing north is extremely cold. 1 bedroom; 1 closet; and both bathrooms in question share that wall. In July, we will have lived in this house for 8 years and my family & I love it but I refuse to live here another winter.
New home completing end of July. The builder has framed, insulated, electrical and has plumbed the bathroom. I have chosen a 1.99 sf laminate from the Depot and want to match the upstairs bathroom tiles (under 4 dollars a sf). Need someone to finish the drywall, paint, install the floors and tile the bathroom and do the doors and trim. It's a 900 sf square room. Ready to start once the house has been closed.
Extend Dining Area by Enclosing a Deck:
- Area to be enclosed is a 10'x7' deck off the dining area under the same roof with an 8' ceiling
- Deck is off ground supported by concrete foundation
- Need to build floor with insulation and extend existing heating outlets by 7'
- Enclose deck off dining area with floor to ceiling glass window and patio door under existing roof.
- Remove existing floor to ceiling glass window and patio door from dining area.
- Remove carpet from existing dining area and Install tiles for entire dining area floor including enclosed area, about 10'x17'
Renovate Basement/Laundry Area:
- Basement landing area about 8'x 8'
- Laundry area about 18'x10'
- Install tiles on both areas
- Redo external walls in laundry area
- Update plumbing for washer/dryer and sink
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