Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Concrete projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 76 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $764,000.00 with a per project average of $10,052.00.
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Estimates required - Need a plain concrete pad installed as a base to build a shed on. Dimensions will be 10ft by 17ft. Soil disposal not required - will reuse. Area for the pad is currently grass/soil covered and easily accessible from the road (in a side yard, not backyard. If you can't provide a rough estimate of cost or unit price per sq ft, please don't bother responding!
Victorian home in Hamilton with original poured concrete front porch and stairs app 10x20 feet. Original tile mosaic tiles. Porch floor at steps has broken and come away from the stairs allowing water to penetrate under porch. Require a quote to remove portion of concrete floor at steps and repair the section that is damaged and/or determine extent of undersurface rot to know if the entire porch floor has to be demolished and re-built.
Looking for repair as soon as possible to avoid winter conditions.
Need driveway- 34x20.... sitting area- 8.5x8.5 .... walking area- 5x5.... 2 steps to be put in also, and a concrete slab put out my back yard- 8.3x8.3
Need this A.S.A.P
PS my best estimate price as of today is $ 5100 total ...cash deal
I WILL BE SIGNING A CONTRACT WITH SOMEONE BY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 2007
You can call me on my cell if you wish direct contact with me. 905 531 3882
I need a pad poured according to City of Hamilton, I believe 6" on edges and 4" at centre, with rebar etc.
It's on a fairly level grassy area at the driveway, no obstructions, trucks and cars can turn around.
I would like it done by early fall, city says 2 weeks for permit, shouldn't be an issue. Have gravel in existing location can be uesd.
Need to access plumbing line at side of house.
Job 1: Sledge/jack out concrete walkway. Remove and dispose of approx. 70 square feet. (Possibly remove entire back section of tarmack for future patio - Another 100 square feet or so...Will depend on quote.)
Job 2: Dig down approx. 4-5 feet to expose pipe. This will be from the base of a doorway to a gate within the 14X5" foorprint.
Job 3: Repair pipe if required.
Please feel free to consider providing a quote on Job 1, 2 or 3 or any combo. Sorry, I won't pay plumber's rates for concrete removal and digging but if you're a private contractor with reliable jobbers that could work.
Please do not reply if you can not do the work within a week or two.
this is what needs to be done, and an online estimate is needed or contact us
Remove original concrete pad 22x11
Prep. sub grade to allow max. 5 inch thick of concrete with 10 inch thick on the edge.
Pour place and finish concrete with a trowel finish
Supply re bar and wire mesh
Supply excavating and concrete removal
There is water leaking into my basement through an old storm door. The concrete on the storm door/entrance to the basement and potentially the stairs need to be repaired or replaced. I would also like a concrete pad on the outside of the house.
I would like a lean to shed built on top of the concrete pad.
The house is a century home built in 1918. The renovation should suit the look of the house.
Existing parging is pulling away from the house, allowing water and moisture in the basement. Brick mortar is also missing in parts at the back wall. I'm looking to have the parging replaced to address the first issue with the waterproofing and to have any areas where water can enter sealed. House is 107 years old.
We are looking to relocate a north-facing shed that is currently at the end of our driveway. The shed sits on a concrete slab that will likely need to be torn up (unless the slab can somehow be moved too). We would like the shed moved to the back corner of our backyard (based on the setbacks allowed by the City), where it would become east-facing. We suspect that a new concrete pad would need to be poured.
The dimensions of the current concrete slab are: 11'x10' and it looks to be 4-6" deep. The shed is 10'1" x 9'8".
The pictures below show:
1) the current side view of the shed from the end of the driveway
2) the side view again, showing the narrow-ish space between the shed and our house - it's just over 5' wide, not sure if that would be an issue for equipment for the move
3) the current front view of the shed
4) another angle of the front view showing the back corner where we'd like it moved - down a slight incline on our grass, and probably about 30' or so to the back.
Looking to get quotes on what this project may cost from experienced contractors.
Thanks in advance!
The exterior steps/porch to the front door are constructed out of brick and concrete. There is a brick surround to the porch which is falling apart from extensive water damage. The bricks are tied into our house along the side (see picture).
I would consider replacing it with new concrete stairs and a concrete porch with an open railing, something plain in design, with some type of non-slip surface. I would also consider replacing the entire structure with wood depending on the design. The porch is approximately 5X9. There is a small sidewalk that is concrete leading from the driveway to the stairs which is approximately 3X5 that would need to be removed and replaced.
Property owner would like concrete pad for car parking in a back alley setting, in Hamilton Mountain area. Parking area currently consists of coarse gravel spread on grade 2 years ago and is quite overgrown with grass, weeds etc. Resurfacing does not need to cover the entire available area, nor does it need to look pretty, I just need a new surface to keep weeds at bay from immediately around the car and to shed water away from the parking spot. Estimated dimensions would be 2.5 x 2.5m (about 8 x 8 ft). Eventual plan is to plant groundcover around the pad for a vaguely rustic look.
I assume some sort of concrete pad would do this job most cost-effectively but we are open to other suggestions (asphalt, slabs, etc)
The site is located up a back access alley, so direct access is a bit awkward for anything larger than an E-series truck, but street parking is available about 25m away at the end of the alley.
Investigating the feasibility of establishing an Aquaponics facility on one of the brown field properties in the West Harbour area. At this time the response to our request for quote information will be used for the planning of the project - timing and exact location are yet to be established.
We wish to have a concrete pad (estimated at 100 ft. x 130 ft.) constructed to carry a 3 domed greenhouse in which we will be operating an Aquaponics (raising fish and fresh vegetables in a closed loop system).
I have some negative drainage into my garage and need to replace the asphalt driveway, I'm looking to raise the garage concrete floor about 10". That would require the brick and lintel above the garage door to be adjusted and have the existing garage door reinstalled. I'd also like all the drywall replaced as well, plus the entry door from the garage to the house needs to be replaced. Some minor electrical is required too. It's a single sized garage. Quote on the concrete and asphalt work if possible is appreciated.
Thanks! Please let me know if you are able to help, I know your time must book quickly and would prefer to start in April.
Hello, Im looking for not the cheapest and not the most expensive price€ Im looking for the guys that only do Stamp concrete and have references and pictures I can see€
My drive way is 20'x 20' and Ive got 4 stairs needed formed and poured€
Please email me any other information you need€
Currently Ive got standard builders asphalt€.
I have a kids play area to convert to a patio .i would like a price in stamped ,colored concrete and in patio stones. the area is about 642 square foot and you can get to the area from the front driveway ,it has enough room to drive a bobcat in it to grade . It is an easy job and i can provide a few helpers to help make thing smooth. As well as take up two inches if old dirt in back yard and put down two inches of top soil. And a price on laying the sod and without. it too is bobcat accessible.
Thanks for your time
Looking to build a concrete wheelchair ramp, approximately 35 feet in length. The concrete ramp leads to an existing concrete stairs and entrance. We have had architectural and engineer drawings prepared and have are waiting for building permit. Please contact Lorne if interested, and to arrange a site visit. I will provide copies of the drawings if you are interested.
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