Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their Concrete projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 32 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $193,000.00 with a per project average of $6,031.00.
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Building a garage and need the concrete pad poured and finished. The garage is 16 feet wide and 22 feet long, and after taken different measurements at different depths I estimate that 9-10 cubic yards of 32MPA concrete is needed. All permits and inspections have been received and completed. The area has already been dug out and framed, also the gravel, mesh wire and rebar have already been laid. I would prefer to have the work done on a Friday or Saturday as soon as possible.
Our old garage has been removed. All that is left is to have the old asphalt dug out and a new concrete pad in the exact same spot. We have the permit and we're ready to go anytime. It is important for the contractor to come to our home and assess exactly what is required and then give us a written quote.
I have a patio right now and a walkway i wish to convert to concrete...
Walkway is approx 34 feet and 3 feet wide...
Patio is 38 feet by 9 feet.
When we did the brick patio we made an over and above base of 3.4 inch gravel and of course screening at least 14 inches deep so you will need very very little base...
The brick patio i will lift myself....
Looking for Experience and Good trades person for this...
No monkey business that will crack in a year or first winter.....Or ever for that fact....
Phase I of a larger plan.
In this phase the existing steps are moved/broken-down and used as fill under the new steps that run along the front of the house.
The existing landing is utilized in the new stairs as it has a full foundation.
Fill under the new steps is not intended to be structural, its sole purpose is to provide a form until new steps set.
The wall in the new plan is constructed with CMUs 8x8x16.
In this first phase, the slab in the North East corner is built to structurally support the corner of the house but the corner of the house will not be moved into place, as shown in the model phot, until a later phase.
Our driveway and walkway are interlocking brick. The single step from the driveway to the walk has acquired quite a tilt over the winter, and could now pose a trip hazard, or worse. The two steps from the walkway to our front porch are a disaster. They seem to be concrete blocks resting on bricks or stones or something. They've been shifting over the years, and are now dangerous.
I have concrete floor with a drain in in the centre of my basement living-room. I plan to install subfloor and laminate but I need to level the floor fist. I have 4 bags of self-levelling concrete and the tools but I need a professional to level the floor and install a drain cover. The room is 225 sq. feet with a drain in the centre. Please reply with an estimate. My house is in West Etobicoke at Burnhamthorpe and Renforth.
I have a vinyl shed that was installed on a base of 2 x 4's with an osb floor. The floor is rotting but the shed, although a bit out of level right now, is in good condition. I would like to keep the shed in the same place and have a new floor - I'm thinking concrete pavers. No idea how to move/hike the shed up to get this job done. I want to go with a solid floor because I've also had animals dig around the base of 2 x 4's more than once and take up residence under the shed.
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