Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 50 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $4,362,000.00 with a per project average of $87,240.00.
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Existing 1300sf bungalow built in 1960's will have renovation consisting of:
- 700sf additions with 8ft basement(unfinished)
-remove existing interior main floor walls
-new floorplan with new main floor walls,raise to 9ft ceilings
-remove existing roof
-complete roof with new engineered roof trusses
-exterior finished with stucco & stone veneer
-interior complete to finished drywall only
1220 sq ft traditional style condo in the Kingsway, 17 years old building.
I want to open up the living dining and kitchen area which would require removing a (dry) wall. Relpace wall to wall broadloom with hardwood floors throughout the entire unit where existing carpet is. Paint the entire apartment. Replace bathrooms and kitchen.
hi, I am looking for a contractor to finish two jobs. Electrical rough in and insulation/vapor barrier were completed, and respective inspections just passed.
First job - :
- complete drywall installation, taping and priming of the open concept kitchen and living room area (approx. 21 ft by 24 ft)
Second job - bathroom (approx 6 ft by 7 ft):
- install cement board, water proof drywall inside
- outside walls - Enermax sound proofing panel (from Rona) and 5/8th drywall on top
- install bathtub, vanity, toilet; minor adjustments to plumbing may be required (e.g. move the toilet flange 3 inches)
- tile bath area to ceiling, and other walls - 3 -4 tiles high
Job location: South Etobicoke
Please email me your high level quotes - separate for each job, and availability. While it is appreciated that you may need to come and take a look - required activities should look self explanatory. Looking forward to start ASAP.
My existing house in a one and half story solid brick house built in the 50's. It is approx. 25ft-5in wide by 23ft-3in deep (approx. 590 sq ft) and sits on a 40 ft wide by 100 ft deep lot.
We are looking to completely gut the existing house back to the existing brick, completely remove upper level and construct a 10 ft addition out the back with full basement (250 sq ft) . The upper level would be reconstructed over the existing house and new addition. We would be looking for someone who can prepare design plans, obtain the appropriate permits and construct.
Some of the work would include the following: (all finshes/materials to be mid-grade)
1. Demolition and disposal of existing (including finished basement) -leaving bare brick walls
2. Excavate and install new foundation and basement walls complete with waterproofing
3. Framing, drywall, insulation, painting of complete house
4. Supply and install all new HVAC, including furnace
5. Supply and install all new electrical including upgrade to 200 amp service
6. Install new floor drains in existing house, all new plumbing including new drain and water service to city connection
7. New relocated stairs
8. Three new bathrooms - 2 piece on main floor and two 4 piece baths on upper level - supply and install all fixtures.
9. Supply and install new windows and doors
10. Supply and install hard wood floors on main level, tiles in bathrooms and kitchen, carpet on second level
11. Supply and Install new kitchen cabinets, fixtures, counter tops and tile backsplash
12. Supply and install interior doors, baseboards, casings, sills
13. Supply and install new shingle roof, soffit and eaves
14. Exterior finish to be combination of stucco and stone.
To remove and dispose existing wood stairs at the rear of the house
To excavate out to backyard and install French drain system with PVC pipes connected to existing downspouts at the back of the house
To backfill excavated area and install rod where needed
To construct new cedar platform and steps out from backdoor of existing sun room as discussed
To excavate fill from back wall of the house out to beyond door of garage for new patio
To provide stones and supply and install tumbled interlocking stone patio
To clean and remove excess fill from premises
To remove railings on front porch
To supply and install Banas stone to complete porch platform and stairs
To install and supply new fiberglass pillars on front porch
To determine on completion of front porch if existing railings can be re-used.
To dig up and re-apply properly existing interlocking stone in front of the porch steps
To cut existing part of asphalt near the street to install new drain pipe and remove fill as needed.
To install new hot asphalt when drain pipe in place
To install NuHeat electric in-floor heating with thermostat for sun room
To install porcelain tiles in sun room
To remove carpet on stairs leading to the basement
To install prefinished wood caps on all treads
To install porcelain tiles on 2 landings
To install oak on stair risers
To clean up and remove all debris from premises
NOTE: To install and supply 2 steel posts set in concrete for clotheline.
I had a Clown Of a Contractor try and build a garage for me...
He took 4 months approx. to complete only the foundation wall and the concrete floor that is cracked and needs to be repaired....
In any event, looking for someone to finish the project, that is frame, shingle, siding, the Electrical which is simple stuff. There is a man door and 2 Windows to this garage..
I have the plans and permit..
I am Subcontracting out myself.
The garage is 14X26
the roof is 4X12 to be hand cut.
If any contractor is interested please leave me approx. price for this, and a number, also availability..
The Contractor that messed it up took 4 months to do 10% of the job... So im in a hurry but wont give the job to anyone, got burned badly so I need to be true...
I have an older single car garage in Etobicoke.. detached.
It appears that it might be leaning VERY very slight...So I decided to Repair instead of tear down. All materials inside (2x4) trusses and roof are in excellent shape)
The siding is wood and in bad shape.
I need to Brace it by putting 4 Corner posts on the inside of the garage in all 4 corners.
6X6 posts and tie it in to the corner double 4x4's.
Then raise the roof which will add one foot to bring it to the same height as the neighbours garage beside it.
Raising the roof will add Approx 14 inches height to it by adding a few 4X4 or other material as you guys see fit
Also redo the siding since its bad and needs done
The floor is the old asphalt floor which is not that great but for now until I decide will stay as is (unless I can get a good deal on a slab on grade) .
Because of city code etc and zoning I don't want to do the new garage project..
Can you guys give me an estimate for this?
Garage is 11X14
1 1/2 storey conversion requiring removal of the 1/2 storey and expanding the current floor plan. Have an approved building permit with structural plans. Looking for
a) demo, of 1/2; b) foundation; c) framing; d) trusses; e) roofing;
f) spray foam insulation; g) brick and stone work.
Would like to personally manage project and build according to permit. It is a renovation to put the house for sale.
I have three bedrooms in my bungalo style house, I would like to reorganize the rooms in order to get some more space in one of the rooms (taking some space from the other rooms and the hallway).
Also I would like to remove the carpet and restore the original hardwood floor othe house.
Total area of the house is 1400 sq.feet.
Our project is to relocate rooms in our small bungalow. The layout now: bedroom in front of the house (close to front door), living room and (4pc. ) washroom in the middle of the house and kitchen and small room at the back of the house.
Would like layout:
Open concept: relocating the living room to the front of the house open concept with kitchen in the middle and making existing kitchen and small room the main bedroom at the back of the house . Create closets (as there is only one in the house). We would also like to move the washroom close to the back if possible maybe change to a 2pc. open to ideas. The house is approx. 50 years old.
We are looking for a contractor as well as an online approx. estimate for this project.
House originally built in 1959 - appox 1400 square feet. Most rooms are compartmentalized (ie. lots of doors). First time homeowner, first time renovation.
There is a Kitchen wall that needs to be opened up - some parts completely removed....would like to replace areas that need support with steel beams or pillars. Would also like to stain hard wood flooring in living space.
Possible bathroom makeover.
I have a loadbearing wall that separates the dining room and the kitchen. The width of the wall is 10 feet. The height of my ceiling is 8 feet.
The wall that's going to be removed has eight electrical switch for the kitchen.
The wall that's going to be remove currently have a doorway from the dining room to the kitchen.
What I'm looking for is the wall to be removed and a header to be installed with beans on either side.
Framing and drywall Will be needed for the damage areas, in both rooms.
My basement is finished with a family room and a bathroom.
I am looking to remove a wall on main floor which it would open the dining to the hallway. House old about 100 years.
I think the wall that needs to be removed is load bearing wall and I need to know how long will this project take and what cost are we expecting?
If any one can help please let me know.
The floor will be replaced on main floor, so no need to worrie for that.
Thanks for help.
I am looking for a quote to lower my basement floor by 1.5-2 ft. I am open to suggestion as to whether Ledge or Underpin will be the best option. The detail of the project is listed below:
1. Basement Size: 22 X 32 ft.
2. House Type : Brick with concrete foundation.
3. Soil Type : Unknown,
4. Location: Southern Mississauga
5. Service wanted for only:
a) Stabilizing the foundation
b) excavating the basement
c) re-building the concrete floor.
d) installing rough in connections for one washroom.
Please send initial estimates through email (or any questions) then we may arrange a site visit to finalize the quote.
Major renovations. Will consist of moving (re-directing) a stairwell that goes to the second floor, and the stairs to the basement. That will have to be done first. Then - convert the upstairs powder room into a full bathroom (addition of shower / whirlpool and a much bigger room). So - plumbing and electrical. Also make two closets on the second floor. Install kitchen cabinets and counter and ceramic tile floor of kitchen and main floor bathroom. If that's not enough - build a couple walls in the basement (for a laundry room and bedroom) and replace the wood panelling with normal walls (basement is currently one big room, mostly finished).
Demolition of existing bungalow (no basement) with garbage removal
foundation for new house 10" concrete block foundation walls on 22x8 concrete footings (copied this info from blueprints, if more info needed let me know)
area of house will be as follows first floor 1271 sq.ft.(includes garage)
second floor 1218 sq ft.
attached garage 304 sq ft.
total living area 2185 sq ft.
I am trying to get an idea of how much this project will cost. I am located in South Etobicoke and will be going to the committee of adjustments within 2 months so this will give an idea of start up date.
Please let me know any other information that is needed and thank you for your time.
I'm looking for a contractor that have experienced in create new stairs into the basement. Currently my basement is unfinished and i'm trying to finish it myself. I like to create a stair opening so that I can go into my basement from my home side door.
I have attached a picture of my current basement and some sample pictures of what I want to accomplish. All I want is a simple stair, but has to be properly structured. Preference will be given to those who are able to provide me pictures of their past projects that are similar to what I'm looking to do.
We need to get some renovation done in our living room and carpet replacement in our stairs. Our living room is L- shaped and its about 360+180 sq feet. These are rough measurements only.
1. There are about 10 stairs along with a landing area in between whose carpet needs to be replaced.
2. We have old home, a bunglow whose ceiling has some imperfections, we needed to repair this, Could anyone suggest if popcorn paint would do this or we need to install new drywall for this and what would be cost of each of these.
3. We want to install crown moulding and change the baseboard in our living room and foyer. How much would be the cost per sq feet.
4. Lastly we want our living room freshly painted too.
Please give us an estimate so we can get this done asap.
I am planning to extend and build second addition on 24'x37' rectangle shape house.
I am in process to have engineering drawing and to carry forward to get city permit to build in next year during end of summer. If you can give me your feedback regarding drawing and price at this time will be appreciated.
It's about replacing a 5" x 10' front porch that includes a cold room below it and stairs (4 steps) and a small entrance walkway (2' x 5').
5' x 10'Cement Porch/Cold Room/Stairs:
1. Remove/Dispose of existing walkway and cold room/porch (made with cement blocks) including footer, floor, walls, ceiling, stairs, rails and weeping tiles.
2. Supply and install cold room/porch/stairs (4 steps) which includes, footer, basement floor area, walls, ceiling, two vents using poured concrete (not cement blocks).
3. Waterproofed walls below grade with Delta MS membrane
4. Add 2" sheets of Styrofoam SM insulation on all Exterior Walls from footer to 6" above grade
5. Supply and install new weeping tile around porch. Connect new weeping tile to existing house's weeping tiles.
6. Backfill with 2 feet of 3/4 clean stone over weeping tile
7. Cover clear crush stones with geotextile membrane before back-filling with soil
Porch floor to be pitched away from house
Porch floor/Wall to have 2" (minimum) water trap edge
Extra waterproof joint between house and porch walls
Compact back-fill material every 12"
Railing not included.
Entrance walkway not included.
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