Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 98 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,266,000.00 with a per project average of $12,918.00.
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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.
We live in Hamilton at the mountain, in a townhouse. We would like to build a simple deck, but we would like to have two or three different designs to show the administration office if it is ok to build it. The dimensions of our back are: 19 F 9 " Length, 21 F Long.
Back yard is a mess. Need it graded and sod added. Would like to put stone at back to park 2 vehicles. Also want to put a deck on the back of the house. Deck needs to be about 15 x 17 pressure treated. sodded arear is 24x21 and parking area is 19x25 House is brick. Deck would be about 3 feet of the ground.
Owner requires exterior work to be done in 1-2 months --- or as soon as weather conditions permit
1/ Replace boards (cedar/other) on underside of front deck (approx 10' x 12') located at front of 2-1/2 story house, (paint/stain)
2/ Install new handrail on front cement steps (approx 6' rise)
Looking to replace a backyard wooden deck with a concrete patio to match the exisitng concrete leading to it. Size is 15ft x 16ft x ~1ft 7in deep with a 4" step 15ft x 4ft on top of level leading to sliding door. Redish coloured edging to match existing concrete design. Access to backyard can be done through side gate. Drawings & pictures of existing deck availible on request. Will entertain other design style/options.
I would like to have a small and simple deck built attached to the exsisiting deck. The approximate size would be 15 by 15 ft low to the ground.
the ground has cement slabs which may or may not have to be removed, I don't mind leaving them there. I cannot afford to spend alot of money. the max cost is $1000
Wood or stone and approximately 250 square feet.
Wooden deck would be 6 inches above ground level, same level all over and could include 3 foot rail on one side 10 feet long and 3 foot rail on other side 3 to 5 feet long.
Stone or pavers would be flat continuous surface 6 inches above ground wit same approximate square footage.
I am looking for someone to re-build my back step/deck before the snow fly's. I realize that it is a bit late in the season to start this but it has become a safety issue. This is a smaller project but there is room for improvement in the budget. I do need to have this done asap. Could you please get back to me as I need to find someone to help me with this soon.
I currently have a 12 x 14 (approx.) pressure treated deck with railings and two openings. The deck has been stained a few times and is about 10 years old. I am tired of staining and would like the deck taken out and disposed of. The deck is about one foot off the ground with lattice around the perimeter. Various animals i.e. field mice and rabbits have burrowed under or through the lattice to make their home underneath. There are walkways of exposed aggregate leading up to the deck on both sides. On the front and sides there are existing gardens that I want to keep undisturbed as much as possible. I want the bottom to be a solid base but not poured concrete. I have seen where the perimeter is a containing wall with screenings inside and slate or flagstone on the walking surface. I am open to suggestions but am not overly keen on pavers. I would like more natural stone but still be able to step out from the house to the deck in bare feet.
We have a back deck that my husband is currently ripping out as the old home owners did not build it properly. We would like to get some quotes on rebuilding the deck either with wood or stone work depending on the price we may look to redo all of the stone work in the backyard around an inground pool. The deck space itself is approx. 17 x 20. If you would like to provide us with a quote please send me a link to your website or some example projects maybe before and after so we are able to get an idea of you work. Please email me and from there I can arrange for you to give us a quote.
We need someone to design and build a second level deck with staircase that will extend out over a ground level building. The roof of the lower building will need to be repaired beforehand, preferably with steel shingles or other durable roof covering. The area of the deck will measure approximately 15 by 15 feet.
Require stairway and associated railings built from ground level to second level & second level to third level for 3rd floor access to top floor apartment of triplex unit. Stairway to be constructed at rear of triplex replacing existing staircase.
Stairway design is open to suggestion in terms of building single run or angled staircase with landings.
Base of staircase should be founded on concrete piles which are also required in this project or appropriate design suggestions.
Acquistion of any necessary permits as required by the City of Hamilton is responsibility of the contractor - no work permitted without permits.
LOOKING FOR A 2 TIER DECK AND A FENCE TO BE INSTALLED.
NOTE... HAVE HAD A VERY BAD EXPERIENCE WITH ANOTHER COMPANY AND WILL NOT PROVIDE ANY DOWN PAYMENT UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF WORK. HAD WORK DONE TO MY ROOF AND DRIVEWAY AND DID NOT PAY THEM UNTIL WORK WAS COMPLETE. TRULY PROFESSIONALS !! I AM SERIOUS AND ALL WORK WILL BE CASH.
-fence aproximately 80 feet (3 sides and 2 gates) durable long lasting wood
-deck (600-800? square feet with railing/seating w/back rest attached around parimeter) not sure what size or design fits space best
-deck made from mahogany or what ever will last over time
-buried concrete post 3.5 feet in ground
-gravel/stones under deck
The porch on our over 50 year old house is in need of repair or replacement.
Dimensions are as follows: porch is 6'2" X 4'; five steps, each 4' x 1'2". There had been a crack in the base that was repaired sometime prior to our living here and now the steps are starting to shift (not sitting properly... top step dipping down on right side, bottom step dipping down on left side). The steps feel sturdy at this point but I don't want to let them go to far before fixing. The porch landing and steps are currently covered in outdoor carpeting so I don't know what shape they are in underneath.
I would like a quote on both repairing the current set up and also removing and rebuilding a new porch. I'd also like to know if building over the current base is a possibility. If rebuilding, I would want something bigger and perhaps having the steps come down differently as I do not like the current set up at all. I also think I'd like wood instead of concrete but would welcome input/suggestions.
Would like estimates as soon as possible so we can decide it we need to repair or rebuild and then schedule the job. Understanding that the work won't be done immediately due to busy schedules and previously booked jobs, we would like to have the decisions made and a start date locked down in the next week.
Project - Require new porch/deck/entrance to front of house, then landscape the remainder.
Property - 24 foot wide X 40 deep (approx.)
Challenge - small one floor, 2 BR house that sits on a slight hill. Do not want a large staircase on a deck/porch on stilts look. Will need a graduated plan and want the hill covered with the new porch. My concern is not wanting an end result that looks like a little house attached to a monster fron deck.
Age of house - approx. 60 years
Project Includes - removal of present cement path and flagstone work and replacement of cement path. Also includes one side of the house to be escavated (asphalt) and sealed for water leak and 18 inch cement path replaced.
Need tiered deck for front entrance, removal of existing cement and flagstone paths, replacement of cement paths, landscaping remainder area (small) and escavating and waterproofing one side of home.
Interlock re-grade and re-install in front sidewalk and patio as well as removal of concrete slabs and install interlock along side of home.
Quote of a deck as well (approx. 120 sq ft) Front sidewalk is shared with neighbour and so that part of quote needs to be separated to allow us to obtain money form neighbour to contribute to that part of the job.
Looking for a patio door to be installed where a window is currently at the back of the house along with privacy screening and a deck (the top deck would end up being higher than the neighbouring fence so this is why we would need privacy screening - open to any design ideas). This deck would then go down a level or two to an intimate seating area that is covered in one area for shade and the other area open for bbqing. Can either come by anytime to see the backyard and make measurements to help with your quote or call.
Looking to have existing porch (size 7' by 8') with brick base (same brick as house) replace wood floor base and add new stone slabs and build stone stairs (picture included of what I'd like done). Live in the west end of Hamilton below the mountain and need work completed before Labour day weekend.
In place of a cement staircase on the east side of the house, I need built a wooden staircase of similar proportions, with an expanded top landing out to the front north east corner of the house.
I am located in the Waterdown Area against a hill and stream. After a retaining wall is built, we need some design ideas for the new wooden staircase to complete the large deck out back.
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