Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Guelph homeowners have planned for their Kitchen Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 26 Kitchen Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Guelph seeking the services of local Kitchen Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $623,500.00 with a per project average of $23,980.00.
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MY home is an 800sq ft bungalow built in 1962. It's located in Guelph. I would like to upgrade the kitchen cabinets and counter top. The kitchen is quit small. The counter is an L-shape measuring 72in x 44in (each measurement is from the rear corner to the edge of counter). The upper cabinets on one wall measure 76in and the other measures approx. 40in.
My main concern is the bathroom though. I haven't use the upstairs bath since I moved in. The bathtub drain leaks. I'm guessing it is because the previous owners did a do it your self bathroom in the basement right below the upstairs bathroom and may have caused damage to the drain above (i don't know) but it has caused some water damage to the plaster walls.
It has also caused a mold problem. It is your standard 3 piece bath with a window in the shower. I would like to definately replace the vanity and the toilet. Fix the tub drain and possibly replace the tub with new tub and shower surround. Also if budget permits replace floor tiling in bathroom and possibly small hallway and kitchen. I am preparing the house to be sold and my budget is $10,000.
Complete removal of existing kitchen cabinets and laminate flooring. New installation of preordered kitchen cabinets and tile (Home depot) throughout kitchen, bathroom, laundry room and front entrance (~450 square feet) and installation of vanity in bath. Also, two half walls (non-load bearing) will need to be removed in the kitchen.
I have kitchen cupboards that are in good repair but don't like the colour of (currently oak). The cabinets were replaced by a previous owner about 10 years ago. Still pondering the colour to replace but will either be an antique white or have the oak darkened to an antiqued oak colour.. Would also like to replace the counter tops with a laminate (currently white and shows all sorts of stains) and and updated backsplash.
The main counter space is an L shape 100 inches on the long side, 55 inches on the shorter side, 24 inches deep. There is also a small drawer section between the fridge and stove that is 12 inches wide and 24 inches deep. Off to the side of the kitchen is a double door pantry cupboard but no counter top.
House: 18 yrs
Kitchen floor: currently ceramic tiles
Cabinets: currently poor grade maple (?)
Looking to: - tear down wall between kitchen an dining to create open
- Moving stove over toward left about 2 feet
- Create L-shaped island addition to current kitchen
- Create raised bar section (roughly 8" wide) above island
- Moving sink into newly built island from adjacent wall
- Fill and finish original cabinets where stove and sink
Install the following:
new countertops quartz approx 40sq'
backsplash approx 20sq'
crown moulding 20'
puck lighting approx 6 lights
2 lazy susans in corner cabinets
Chop down bar area to regular counter height
* we are looking into either having our existing cabinets painted or just doing an ikea kitchen for which we would need someone to install
We are currently in the process of renovating our kitchen and are now at a point where we need professional help to finish it off. The list of tasks remaining are:
1. Tile and grout kitchen floor (approximately 200sqft)
2. Finish back splash details around corners and receptacles
3. Remove old insulation and replaces with new batts insulation in area where old cabinets were located.
We are looking to get this completed ASAP and are open to having someone come take a look at the remaining work.
I currently have a kitchen approximately 11' x 9' that is walled on two sides seperating the dining room and living room. As part of a kitchen rebuild, I would like to remove the walls to open up the entire space.
After that, a full kitchen remodeling. The two walls are connected and are 6' each.
Our house is 27 years old, the kitchen is a little dated (under statement) I would like to get a quote to get the stove outlet switched to a regular outlet and a regular outlet switched to a stove outlet.
The first step to renovating my kitchen is swapping these appliances' locations which are at opposing sides of the kitchen.
if you could please send me a quote to have someone come in and makes these changes to email I would greatly appreciate it.
This is the text I received from one contractor;
To cut an opening in the kitchen wall to allow for a breakfast nook
The opening will be approximately 5' wide with a header left above which will house 2 light outlets
The walls that are cut will be cased with paint grade trim so as to be finished
Any electrical that is required to be moved shall be (2 switches, 1 outlet)
All drywall will be brought to smooth finish
All new trim will be primed and painted
Install customer supplied counter top
Home built in 1920's, kitchen is small in comparison to modern kitchens, . Need to remove very old kitchen cupboards,
redrywall behind the old cupboards before installing new ones (preferably IKEA cupboards); needs new flooring as old flooring has been there since 1970's. Ceiling needs refinishing. currently one of the two windows in the kitchen is covered by the sink, but it is a long window that I would like to have uncovered. Therefore new cupboards may need to be conconfigured.
currently a small 4 chair table just fits in this kitchen, it would be nice to have the kitchen table replaced by a nook, or island where I can cook, and have stools. There is a fair sized dining room available for larger meals.
If this renovation goes well, and we have the funds, the entire main floor needs new flooring.
I need to have a wall sized 4.5 feet moved back 9 inches. there is electrical running through the wall that needs to be considered. I would want the ceiling patched where it is being moved from.
I also need a qualified electrician to run two lines to the box. One is for appliances and the other for a dishwasher.
I also need a gas fitter to move a gas line for us.
A contractor has already done much of the work in gutting and getting the kitchen to the point where cabinets can now be installed but without getting into details here he is too busy to continue/finish the job. Below is a list of what still needs to be done:
Completion of bathroom/hallway & kitchen floors. Install already purchased sink/vanity in bathroom. Install kitchen cabinets, splash tiles, crown molding, microwave/fan, light fixtures etc in kitchen.
We have ordered custom cabinets and we need to prep the kitchen for installation.
We are looking to have new flooring laid (tile), as well as have a bulkhead built around the kitchen top (for cabinets), and a closet in one end. There may also be new wall sheeting installed depending on what is discovered during the demo.
Some minor electrical work will also need to be done.
Demo will be done by us, and timeliness is important.
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