Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Guelph homeowners have planned for their Tiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 17 Tiling projects posted by homeowners in Guelph seeking the services of local Tiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $52,000.00 with a per project average of $3,058.00.
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Plaster kitchen ceiling damage (4 foot long bulging crack) and slight damage to bedroom ceiling due to leak in roof (roof has recently been replaced).
Bathoom - tiled wall in tub under window damaged due to rot from damaged tile caulking, needs repair, would also like quote for tub surround.
I want to replace approx 300 sq feet of ceramic tile with Travertine. I will remove kitchen cabinets and old flooring. I have an inlay that needs to be installed as well as 18 x18 tile. I would like the tile sealed. I will reinstall the kitchen cabinets once the job is completed. There is a sub floor already installed.
Please call to arrange a time to come and view the job.
Replace existing ceramic tiles with approx 350 sq ft of Travertine tile in kitchen. Included with tile is a 36" x 36" mosaic to be laid in entrance. Tiles will be supplied by homeowner. Home is 15 years old. All cupboards and existing tile will be removed prior to start of job. Floor must be cleaned and prepped prior to job and all tilework must be sealed upon completion. Holes must be drilled/cut in tile for plumbing to sink and dishwasher.
Although quality is my primary concern, price is also a factor. Contractor must be prepared to provide references for similar jobs within Guelph area.
We are currently having a small sun-room installed on our front porch (about 8 x 4 ft) and would like radiant heat and tile floor installed and updated light fixture. I would also like to get an idea for future projects to layout budgeting for removing front hall closet and fixing the floor, updating bathroom tile and vanity, updated back splash and maybe wainscoting. So a wide variety of projects over time but the tile and heat first.
I am looking for someone who can help my mom finish a DIY bathroom shower reno in her home. She is the owner.
What has been currently done:
New plumbing installed
3 cement boards installed and water proofed
initial tiles installed with adhesive
Shower enclosure measures approx 6 feet high, 5 feet long and 2.5 feet wide.
Currently, the walls may need to be leveled out with Mortar (already purchased) to ensure an easier tiling job. May need have a new tub installed. TBD. Was hoping to just have current one re-glazed.
Budget is low as initially this was meant to be a low cost project. I am available today and tomorrow should you need to come and take a closer look. This is the only shower in the house so looking for someone who is available rather quickly. Picture in attached document.
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