Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 222 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,534,500.00 with a per project average of $15,921.00.
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House built in 1979; bathrooms original with vinyl floors and tiled tub and shower surrounds (2).
- approx. 8 x 8 feet
- sink with 48" vanity, tub and toilet (all to be replaced)
- ceramic/porcelain tiles for new flooring
- tile or surround unit for bathtub (TBD)
- very small area
- sink (no vanity), toilet (to be replaced)
- shower (to be re-designed); remove front framing, replace with frameless shower front/door
- ceramic/porcelain tiles for new flooring and possibly continued as shower floor
- 12 x 5 feet
- sink with 48" vanity and toilet (to be replaced)
- shower to be converted to storage
- ceramic/porcelain tiles for new flooring
1. Existing basement bathroom has been torn out, drains etc still there. Would like slight repositioning and 2 piece installed and enclosed.
2. Back porch is old. Needs to be removed. I could do that if need be. Need stylish cedar or pressure treated small deck put in with steps going down to ground level new patio which needs to be installed as well.
3. We also have some minor cabinetry needed in existing kitchen. Need new counter and bottom cupboard, keeping existing 3 doors. Need new baseboards installed.
I am the new owner of a wartime Hamilton house on the mountain.
The basement has some walls thrown up by the previous owner but is otherwise untouched. I'd like to make use of the space as best I can.
I would like to put a 3 piece bathroom in the corner, where right now there is empty space and a concrete floor. The room is approx. 8 by 10. The main water pipe for the house is also located in this corner and was recently upgraded to 3/4 inch copper.
While I can put up drywall and build walls, we need someone willing to come in and install the pipes. We would like to hire someone to break the concrete to place new pipes, as well as rough in the space so it is suitable for a sink, toilet and standing shower.
I have half a roll of 3/4 inch copper pipe left from the first job. I require that the pipes be copper.
Please see pictures to see the space, and feel free to ask any questions.
Homeowner wanting basement bathroom redone. need to tear out old bathroom incl. ceramic tile flooring, walls and dropped ceiling with halogen lights and update/replace along with new shower, vanity & counter top, and related plumbing and wiring. Toilet ok to be reinstalled. room is approx. 8' x 7'. Not looking for top of line or luxury materials but reasonably good replacements. Walls had wallpaper glued-on without treatment first and replacement might be easier than trying to re-deorate them.
8'x7' Bathroom in the partially finished basement of an old house (c. 1890). The bathroom is almost entirely unfinished with most walls exposed to the stud work. There is an existing toilet and sink/vanity (both functional) while the bathtub needs to be removed and replaced with a drop-in tub. I'm looking to tile most of the bathroom floor as well as the walls of the shower enclosure, replace the existing tub with a drop-in tub, and perform other tasks to the completion of this bathroom.
I would prefer it if credit card was a payment option, however this is not necessary. In any case, please respond so that we may set up a time to meet and take a look at/discuss the job and draw up an estimate.
Basement bathroom requires renovation.
-3 New fixtures (toilet, sink, bathtub)
-Subflooring and tiling
Slanted floor will require some attention. Looking for value and quality.
Looking for the right contractor to do a great job on the bathroom.
We had some plumbing issues that lead to our shower floor/basin had to be removed. It is a stand up fitted shower in the basement. We also have a toilet in the basement that its privacy is 2 walls ...not a fully enclosed area.
We live in Hamilton, not sure if you service this area? It is an old home and the basement is partially done.
We just moved in a house and have been doing renovation and we noticed black stained by the shower so as I investigated I noticed that some water was finding it's way through and the dryway was getting wetter
we need to remove the shower and fix the leak than remove the mold and than put th shower back together
We have a 75 year old, unfinished basement on the Hamilton Escarpment that we would like to finish as a living space. There is already a very basic laundry room and a single toilet (!) in place that we would like to upgrade. Unfortunately, it is pretty damp down there, and we would need waterproofing as well. We understand that this could entail two separate contractors, so we would appreciate estimates for either or both the waterproofing and the renovation.
I will post a rough floor plan below so you can get an idea of the size of the basement. It isn't a final floor plan, just an idea. We appreciate and respect your professional opinion regarding the best layout and options.
Many thanks in advance for your consideration!
Lauren and Vinai
p.s. Once the basement is done (and we have a second bathroom to use), we would also be looking at completely redoing the second-floor bathroom that is in VERY rough shape (tiles falling off, fixtures leaky - this is the original bathroom from 1942). This would be a second project.
Bathroom dimensions approx. 6ft x 8ft.
Need bathroom renovation including:
- remove old fixtures (toilet, wall-hung sink, tub) - all green.
- lay tile floor (currently there is linoleum on the floor)
- install new fixtures (possibly stand-up shower instead of tub) - all white.
Fixtures and tiling to be basic supply (not high-end).
Renovation needs to occur over a short period of time (1-2 days if possible) to avoid major disruptions to tenants.
I'm looking to split an oversized 3 pieces bathroom into an ensuite and a bathroom upstairswed want the one bathroom tiled and use the existing claw foot tub and vanity, upgrade the toilet. The ensuite would be a nice stone and glass shower stall (~40"x40"), s new toilet, and of course the new wall that divides the two bathrooms and a door cut into the wall for the ensuite.
Also, we're looking to knock down some walls on the main floor and rearrange a 2 pieces bathroom. In the kitchen we want to put in a small island with a small sink. The kitchen currently has tile and I believe it still has original hardwood below that we would like to restore.
At the end we'd be looking to paint basically the entire house.
I imagine it will be kind of hard to quote the job without stopping in to see the place so I can point out exactly what we want.
Let me know if you're available to swing by or chat on the phone.
we want to add a 2nd bathroom to our basement. there is a toilet stuck in a corner beside our furnance, and a base of a shower stall. so the drainage and piping are all easily accessible. We want to have a toilet, vanity/sink and a shower stall. I am looking for a "estimate" of price and I can email pictures if need be.
My mother lives in Hamilton and wants to have her bathroom redone. Has not been done in about 40 years. A friend of a neighbour was going to do the job if she bought the tub ( which she really didn't want. She wants a walk in shower because she has problems stepping over the tub.) and tiles and he would do the job for her. Turns out he doesn't want to do the job now and she is stuck. I am trying to find someone that could call her and give her a quote on redoing her bathroom. She does not have an email address. Her name is Alda.
My apologies that I am unable to post a picture at this time, however, I will describe the project to the best of my ability. The bathroom is quite small, with the sink, toilet, and a tiny shower enclosure squeezed together. I loathe the plastic shower enclosure installed there currently and would like to get a custom tiled shower installed instead which will obviously involve plumbing. Its an old building so that worries me. The bathroom tiles would probably have to be removed. I would also like a vanity. I have gotten a few estimates around 500-700 dollars with cost of materials included but they were not licensed professionals and it sounded a little too good to be true. I had a horrible experience with remodeling the rest of my residence with the contractor leaving everything undone or shoddy at best. I had made the mistake of paying him in full so I suffered a loss of about 2 grand. I'm a student at university and I am hopeful that I will not experience that again. Its a financial loss which is hard to sustain for anyone but much more so for a newly wed university student! If you think that you would be interested in this job, please contact me. I would like this to be done before the end of January at the best, most fair price by someone who knows what they are doing.
Convert an existing 7' x 12' full (4-piece) bathroom into 2 seperate full bathrooms with one beiing an on-suite to master on the main floor of a banglow style house. Plumbing is accessible from the basement (un-finished)
Main: remove existing 2 x vanities and install 1 x vanity; install 1 x standing shower (not stall) with glass walls; install 1 x wc; install 1 x exhaust vent and fan
On-suite: install 2 x vanity (or 1 x double vanity); + install seperate door to bedroom, unit to retain existing wc and tub/shower combo
Plumbiing and re-wiring for electrical for both units.
I need a bathroom re-tiled, plumbing for a shower, a toilet installed and a new vanity/bathtub installed. Possibly a shower stall installed as well, depending on cost.
We've already ripped out rotting wood around the old toilet, so i expect there will be some around the old bathtub as well.
Tear out bathroom with tub/tile, replace tub with a soaker and tile shower with inset shelves, install exhaust fan, replace flooring with ceramic, new low flow toilet, new vanity with quartz countertop, bathroom dimensions: ~11'4" x 5', budget keep under $10,000.
I need to gut my bathroom. The floor and walls need to come out. The floor needs to be levelled and I'd like to put in mould-resistent drywall. I need a new bathtub (I'll get the vanity and the toilet is only a year old so that can stay). I would like the bathtub surround tiled and the floor tiled. I might need to replace the ceiling. I'd like an electrical plug put in (there is currently only lighting) and perhaps an exhaust fan installed. I'd like to get a consultation and a quotation if possible. The bathroom is very small - approx. 25 square feet not including the footprint of the tub and vanity. I live in east Hamilton. Thanks.
I have a very small 3 piece bathroom in need of finishing. It is about 50 sq ft. The pieces that are in there now (toilet, pedestal sink and tub) are all new.. a year or so old and I would like to keep them.
What I need is everything taken out... new cement board put up around the tub... new drywall on the other walls. Pipes insulated, new tile around the bathtub and the rest of the bathroom finished. (small flooring area, very small) and the walls either tiled or painted and a new vanity mirror put up (which I will purchase).
You may have to reframe the walls as the house is older and obviously settled.
Please give me a rough idea on price before I invite you in to view to give me a firm price. If you require any additional information, please contract.
This is the only bathroom in the house.
Looking to choose a contractor and have it done in April.
- The frameless shower was poorly installed by the previous owner. Would like it reinstalled if possible to save money or have a new shower installed.
- Need new double sink vanity installed.
- New light fixture above vanity installed.
- Tile near shower is unlevel. Possibly level the tile with grout and install luxury vinyl over top?
- Replace the existing whirlpool tub with a freestanding tub.
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