Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Guelph homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 23 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Guelph seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,100,000.00 with a per project average of $91,304.00.
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We live in a 1070 sq. foot bungalow. We would like to build a master bedroom on top of our house(if possible). Our house is approx. 60 years old, and made of plaster. About 4 years ago we renovated our basement (professionally). In Dec. we had all new windows put in. We also have an onground pool in the backyard. We would like french doors leading to a deck or balcony. Instead of duct work for heat, we would like to install a gas fireplace. We would also consider an ensuite.
We are looking into adding a second storey to our Guelph bungalow. The main floor is approximately 950sqft, and we would be looking to add the second floor in order to create additional bedrooms/bathrooms. May also include a re-arranging of the main floor. At this point we don't really have an idea of the scope of the project, therefore looking for someone willing to meet with us and discuss feasibility and give a quote of cost. Thank you
approx. 750 square foot, 100 year old home. We are looking for a general contractor who can handle all the surprises that come with renovating an old house and will take care of everything from permits to insurance. Ideally I would like a second floor built built with 3 beds and 1 full bath,a close in each room and new stair and railing system designed and built right to the basement floor. Having already completely gutted the upper floor, there are issues we have seen already such as under sized joists and the north east corner of the house seems to have sunk a little. Basically, my children had been sleeping in a space that should have never been made livable. We would like it kept fairly simple and somehow make the addition suit the 100 year old style.
Looking into adding a small 2 storey rear addition to back of a 1.5 storey century house. Approx 10x10' inside space each level. Den on main level, bedroom expansion upstairs. Roof line would have to be rebuilt. No basement required. See photo - rebuild small white siding addition on left to accommodate den and extend to 2nd floor. Chimney has been removed.
We are looking at adding a small addition for our mother to move in to. We live in a small two story with attached garage. The preferred location of the addition would be behind the garage and adjacent to our living room at the back of the house. Presently there is a flagstone patio in place that would be moved. There is also the gas meter and a vent for a gas fireplace that would need to be moved. The space is 10 by 13 but ther is room to exend further than 13 feet but cannot go wider than 10 feet. The electrical panel is in the garage.
We are looking to add enough space for a 3 piece bath as we don't have a main floor bathroom and an area for a single bed and a large chair/loveseat to watch TV. No need for anything else as she would use our present kitchen. We are serious and are looking to start the process asap. We will gladly show the space.
Thanks. My name is John.
We are interested in an upper floor addition of approx 22 x 21.8 ft (480 Sq Ft) built above the 2 bedrooms of a section of our back split home here in Guelph. That would require building stairs from the main bedroom to the added floor. Regarding the additional room itself, we would like it fairly simple, open for multiple purposes (office and TV room in most of the space) and with a single wall division at about 8 ft from one edge of the room, to later build a walk in closet. The only special requirement would be large windows at the East end and one or two skylights at the edge where the closet would be located, but no washrooms would be required. We have preliminary drawings of the existing floors (available upon request).
Would you be able to provide a broad preliminary estimate of the cost of the addition?
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