Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their Waterproofing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 12 Waterproofing projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local Waterproofing Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $94,500.00 with a per project average of $7,875.00.
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My cold room is water leak during heavy rain. The size of the room is 7' X 4'. There are only 3 walls on this room and the walls are wet 3 feet height from the basement floor.
I would like to know how much this cost to water proof from inside the cold room. This cold room is under front porch.
SCOPE OF WORK- INSTITUTIONAL WATERPROOFING
25 year warranty
5 million dollar liability insurance
Exterior Waterproofing project
Trench wall supports will be built to comply with safety regulations and fences will be erected for the same.
Demolition, disposal, dismantling of any equipment installation and trench supports and fences
North Side of building: Regrade soil and grass area 50 linear feet with approx. 10 feet span away from foundation wall to allow water to flow away from building wall.
East side of building: Break and remove and dispose of asphalt , break and remove 5 pcs of 6 linear feet concrete foundation walls in front of windows in order to be able to dig down with machine.
Total east side 98 linear feet- dig down to foundation footings with a 7 feet span dug away from foundation wall
Install weeping tile for area above with € clear crush stone, below and above weeping tile and connect to storm system for area above. Wash and clean foundation wall, apply waterproof asphalt Bakor Aqua Block 770-06 2 coats for 98 linear feet to all area of foundation wall on east side of building and then install protection board Bakor DB-6200 throughout.
Break and remove and dispose of concrete slab 6.5' x 10' at front entrance doors, replace concrete slab 6.5' x 10' forming, pouring, and concrete finishing, after waterproofing is complete.
5 small window wells in concrete smaller than existing
Back fill and grade soil so water flows away from building foundation walls and top off soil with € crush stone.
South side of building: South side of building 40 linear feet- break, remove, and dispose asphalt and dig down to foundation footings with 7 foot span away from building foundation wall. Install weeping tile for area above with € crush stone clear below and above weeping tile and connect to storm system. Wash and clean foundation wall for area above, apply waterproof asphalt Bakor Aqua Block 770-06 2 coats 40 linear feet to foundation wall and install protection board Bakor DB-6200 for 40 linear feet through out, then back fill and grade soil so water flows away from building foundation wall., then top off with crush stone3/4 inch
Remove, dispose, and break asphalt and concrete slab in front of double doors 78€x48€
Pouring, forming and finish concrete slab 78€x48€ in front of doors, after waterproofing is complete.
West side of building: West sides of building 98 linear feet, dig down to foundation footings with 7 foot span away from foundation wall. Install weeping tile for area above with inch crush stone above and below weeper and connect to storm sewer. Wash and clean foundation wall for above area, apply waterproof asphalt Bakor Aqua Block 770-06 2 coats and install protection board Bakor DB-6200 through out area, back fill and grade soil so water flows away from building foundation wall. After regrade apply € crush stone as final layer surface, to top off soil.
*Regarding trees on the west side of building we will try our best to prevent having to cut and dispose of trees, but if needed we will cut and dispose.
approx 236 linear feet- 3900 sq ft area
We have water damage under the windows in our master bedroom and living room. (They're one above the other on the front of the house.) The damage is in the same place in both rooms -- under the rightmost window (it's a bow) -- although it may be worse in the living room. Because both places have been covered by sheers, I haven't been paying a lot of attention, so don't know if the damage has been getting worse, or if it's a legacy problem from the original owners. (They had these windows installed. Water damage on the hardwood floor in the living room suggests that there had been a problem with the original window, but we can't be sure.) One way or another, the damage is there, and I'd like to repair the current damage and do whatever is necessary to prevent any more. Thank you!
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