Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 67 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,000,500.00 with a per project average of $14,932.00.
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We would like to put a basement in our bathroom - the space is not roughed in. It would be about 8 feet by 10 feet - we are aiming to put a three piece in and want to get a contractor who is willing to do the entire job, including getting the permits required for the work. We would like to do this for anywhere between 10,000 to 12,000 if possible.
Please contact me - thanks in advance.
Looking to do a basement renovation this summer. Here are some details on the ideas and project scope...
- 650 sq ft basement area
- Would like it to be suitable as a rental unit
- Currently has a separate entrance
- Utility items will stay where they are (hot water heater + furnace)
- Would like to replace the flooring to laminate. Currently it is some cheap tile.
- Would like to replace all basement windows
- Would like to replace insulation
- There is currently a bathroom, but would like to remodel the bathroom
- Would like to ensure home drainage is correct & functioning properly
Please email me with your proposal / interest in looking into this work in more detail.
i'm moving into a new home in early december and my wife and i would like to have the main floor bathroom redone. at present, there is a large irregular shaped tub that we'd like to replace with perhaps a smaller tub and a shower space. it is a large bathroom space, and the current tub takes up way too much space. this is a built-in tub by the way.
the home is a 50 yr old backsplit bungalow located in etobicoke (martingrove/rathburn). the water flow rate is good and the bathroom does have a skylight. depending on the cost, we'd like to also consider a new vanity as well.
Doesn't matter why, but we have a partially finished bathroom reno and need a contractor to come in and bring it to completion. Here's a list of what needs to be done:
Tiling. Partial on walls, entire shower area.
Electrical. Minor, connecting switches basically.
Drywall. Minor. Couple of repairs and closing in wall toilet area.
Plumbing. Moving a little bit under cabinet (not yet installed).
Note that this has in wall toilet (Gerberit) and bidet.
Can send a picture off the room.
Space is 10' x 10'.
We have a bathroom that is badly laid out. They tried to do floor drains but the drain is not big enough, the tiles are not slanted correctly and the water comes out the door. It all needs to be re-done properly.
We would like to:
Move the door to the other side of the room, use pocket door.
Install a pan over the floor tiles to make a proper shower, or re tile it with a threshold so that the water does not run.
Move the faucet from one wall to the other.
Move the exhaust fan from the wall to the ceiling.
I would like to get a general idea of how much it would cost to renovate our bathroom. We would like to remove our bathtub (standard size) and turn that area into a large shower (approx. 5'x3'x6'). Therefore, demolition, install new drywall, retile, change plumbing fixtures, install shower doors and retile the bathroom floor (approx. 40 sq. ft), etc. A rough estimate in terms of labour cost would be appreciated.
Contract, Demo old washroom, new drywall, install fan, install light fixtures and window. Install new tiles for tub surround. New baseboards and new door trims. Ceiling to be left untouched (just paint and plaster touch up). All fixtures, such as vanity, tub, faucets, fan, light fixtures, tiles, mirrors and washroom accessories are to be provided by client. Material not covered by client: Drywall, cement board, trim, paint, plaster, grout, and cement for tiles. Plumbing required...
Demo of washroom down to bare studs. All Removal - no garbage to be left on premises once job is completed.
Plumbing for washroom drain, shower drain and double sink plus all water controls
Install of vanity tub and shower controls and fan.
install Drywall (cement boards in shower, drywall in washroom), plaster, paint, Baseboards, tile shower and washroom floor. Also build a €œniche€ in shower
Install of window in washroom above tub. Material and install
Looking to have a bathroom renovated. Standard 5'x8' in size. Remove all tile and fixtures. Replace tub, tile 3 tub walls to ceiling, tile floor, new vanity cabinet, new toilet, paint, and install bathroom accessories. Please provide an estimated cost, for budgeting purposes.
Main Bathroom has been gutted. I have bought the vanity, toilet, tub and new shower faucet. I need a contractor to install tub, put up new water resistance drywall. Water membrane etc. Essentially build walls for the bathroom. Then, tile, install toilet, install wall mount vanity (need support in place in walls for this). I still need to buy tiles and I am sourcing them out. If you could put forward a quote on the cost of rebuilding the bathroom from ground zero that would be great.
Thank you. I live in the city of Etobicoke.
Replacing 2 toilets and 2 vanities. There is a little tiling under the present vanities when taken out, already have the tiles, one room with marble tiles and the other with ceramic.
As well as installing and reworking the plumbing. One of the bathrooms presently has a single sink and will be putting in a double sink.
It is a condo approx 15 years old.
We have been let down by our contractor in mid-renovation of our family bathroom.
Completely renovate a main floor bathroom in a mid-fifties Etobicoke (Kipling & Rathburn) bungalow.
Bathroom is 6' by 15'.
Project was to remove old tiles (walls and floor), tub, toilet, sink, etc., and replace drywall as necessary followed by new tiles, tub, vanity, sink, toilet, etc.
Previous contractor was slow to commence. He completed demo, electrical, rough in plumbing and installed the new tub. Now with drywall and sub floor unfinished has elected to go "on vacation", leaving us with no family bathroom.
What we are looking for:
A contractor to finish the drywall and subfloor, install tile tub surround and tile floor, install vanity, install toilet, install trim and paint.
All materials purchased by us, on site and ready to go.
I have a 7' x 5' bathroom to be completely renovated. I have purchase all the materials i.e floor and wall tiles, shower fixtures, vanity, toilet, towel hook, etc. I would require someone to provide labour and raw material cost. The existing tub will remain but the entire bathroom has to be gutted. I will be installing new recessed shower light and two recessed pot lights. I presently have an electrician but he maybe unavailable for 2 weeks beginning next week so if you're able to start this job immediately then you may also be responsible for the electrical work.
Please do not response if you don't want to take this job. If it is too small of a job for you to take then don't waste my time and the opportunity of other contractors by responding to this posting.
Work Entails the following:
1. Gut bathroom and dispose of all rubbish. Existing tub to remain.
2. Install sement board and gypsum board on floor and walls as needed.
3. Install shower fixtures, floor and wall tiles, toilet, vanity, faucet, towel hooks, toilet paper holder all supplied by client.
4. Prime and 2 coats of paint. Paint supplied by client.
5. Install new recessed pot lights and one recessed shower light fixture.
6. Install new GFI outlet and 3 switches (gang) for lights and exhaust fan.
Note: Working drawings is provided.
Requesting quotes for a total reno of the main family bathroom. The bathroom measures approximately 10'x7'7" with standard 8' ceilings. There are some problems with humidity due to no existing bathroom exhaust fan. Some existing water damage under sink, possible leaking from bathtub drain. The house is 23years old with all original fixtures, looking to replace everything.
All walls remove including ceiling, about 35 s.f. of floor, new drywall all around. All materials and disposal will be provided.
Electrical is done by a Master electrician.
Start on Monday June 13. Provide me with a quick quote. Only professional contractors please.
You must have pictures from atleast 3 projects along with the reference for those.
I only require a labour cost.
Very small bathroom - toilet, vanity and small shower. The ready made showers available at 38" do NOT fit. We only have about 30" to work with. Existing shower is old (although the tiles have been replaced and actually are still in good condition, however, the shower floor tiles were never replaced) We discovered a leak in the floor that has gone through the outer wall and seeped underneath the hardwood downstairs. Some drywall repair is necessary. (which we've already purchased) We have already taken down sections of the drywall and are not using that shower now. Would pick out own tiles, new vanity.
Tiled wall of bathroom has leaked and damaged the other side of 1/3 of the wall, which I am told will have to be replastered and painted. And in the bathroom itself, something will have to be done to the tiled walls so there will be no water leakage. I am thinking of possibly covering the tiled walls, say witrh 3 panels and also having the bathtub relined. The other solution I have thought about is using Bath Fitters and having wall relined with 1 piece and bathtub recovered. I need help in deciding what is best. I am opened to suggestions. As cost is a factor, a complete renovation will not do. This is a 2 bedroom Condo and it is in its 40 years. The bathtub and tiles are the original. All I want is a job well done which will solve my problem.
Summarizing: Damaged wall to be repaired and painted; Bathtub to be relined or glazed; 3 tiled walls to be either retiled or lined - say with 3 panels. Thank you
Would like to build a complete second bathroom w/ shower approximately 8 x 6 or 7'. All piping is visible and present (see pic) but no bathroom currently there. Bathroom is located on the second floor of a loft condo. Second floor bathroom will also be converted into powder room (directly below proposed washroom).
Hoping to have a shower enclosure / door / panel installed.
Basically, we have purchased something likeclick here just need someone to install it!
Looking to have it done this weekend.
We are looking to renovate the kitchen of a 55 year old home. Change of cupboards, tiles, backsplash, counter and applicances. Looking to tear down a non-load bearing wall and create an island in the centre of the kitchen. The kitchen is approximately 10 ft by 14 ft.
Also require the basement shower to be torn out and redone due to mould growth in the back of the shower.
Main bathroom is only approx 7.5 ft by 7.5 ft, in a large sidesplit house that is 40 years old. Bathroom completely gutted right to floor boards and studs. Cleaned and ready to start. Tiles and fixtures already purchased. Toilet, and bathtub and vanity to be placed in same layout as before. But Vanity is a foating cabinet that may need original plumbing to be slighty moved a few inches to be centred properly. Also a brace or bracket must be added behind vanity wall to secure the floating cabinet.
Lighting will be one fixture above sink in the original spot. Pot lighting not necessary (I hope)
Exhaust fan must be installed
Drywalling is required.
Tiles will only be on floor and tub enclosure. Tiles for bath enclosure are 36 in., but will need to be cut down to 30 in. to cover bath encloser with least amt of seams. Also a striping of mosaic tiles within tub encloser and above vanity to be installed.
Also request some shelving in narrow wall.
Also request expanding bathroom door entrance by few inches, so door can swing out in hall instead of in bathroom. (If our budget permits) (Trying to create the illusion of a larger space for this Main Bathroom.)
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