Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 71 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $452,500.00 with a per project average of $6,373.00.
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We are entertaining quotations to install a bathroom in our basement (there is currently no bathroom there) as well as remodeling two existing bathrooms on the first and second floors respectively. Furthermore, we are looking for a quotation to install engineered wood flooring on the second and third floors of our home (approximately 1600 square feet).
The house is an older home built in 1905, and the address is 908 King Street East in Hamilton Ontario.
The financing for this project is being done by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation Purchase Plus Program.
If you are interested, we need a site visit and quotations done tomorrrow. I can e-mail a more descriptive specification immediately.
I have a shelf in my classroom I need removed, it's attached to the floor. Once it's removed the flooring needs to be replaced, trying to match the existing flooring and then adding some shelving on the walls above, children height.
I am looking for someone to come and give me some quotes.
I have approx. 300 sq. of hardwood flooring that needs to be installed in Hamilton. I would like the existing flooring removed, as well as the quarter round. I have been hold that the sub-floor is in good shape. I will supply the flooring, wax paper and new quarter round.
The floor to be installed is Mohawk Gunstock Oak 3/4"x3.5"
The flooring to be removed is the original oak floor from 1925.
Install engineered hardwood in two bedrooms with subfloor, and install the baseboards. Rooms are currently empty and floors are down to the floor boards. Need someone quick to come in and complete it. Original installer was to do whole house but I have been left with two rooms. So this flooring has to meetup with the same flooring in the hallway.
Rooms are 10 x 10 and 12 x 10, each room has a closet 5' wide and 30" deep.
I need a team to refurb my floor having gone through a reno and then install the new flooring. The floor is a combo of exposed wood/sub floor, vinly, and original hardwood.
Its required on 2 floors (main and 2nd floor).
Total sq. ft. - 835
Flooring to be installed will be laminate or engineered hardwood.
We're looking to upgrade the 2nd and 3rd floors of our home with either new laminate or hardwood. We will provide the materials and would be looking for full installation of the flooring.
We'd also be looking to have the stairs included in the work (there is 1 flight going from the main floor to 2nd floor, and 1 flight going from the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor).
We are looking to renovate our home and would like to start with the floors. It appears previous owners have put in sub floors and now they have start to get springy. This would just be the beginning and budget allowing we would like to look into finishing the bathroom, redoing the drywall, new doors and windows. The hope is to properly insulate the ceiling and basement as well.
We are looking for a contractor to install Central Air Conditioning in our house in Hamilton.
The house is old and located in Central Hamilton.
Additionally, we are looking for somebody to help us with TLC ( painting, some flooring, some tiling ) around the house.
Please let us know your rates and general timeline it takes to do that.
Thank you so much.
The project is hardwood floor installation for a small 340sq/ft job. The hardwood is 3 1/4 x 3/4. This would be installed over existing parquet floors for a quick completion time. This would not include baseboard installation or any finishing touches. I'm renovating my house to sell, so ideal completion time would be end of August.
We would like 3/4" pre-finished oak flooring installed in our main hallway and a bedroom. The hallway is 16' x 8' and the bedroom is 12' x 16'. We have already purchased the hardwood.
The house was built in 1902 and the previous owner had tiled overtop the pine subfloor. The pine subfloor is 7/8" thick. We have removed the tile (there was no mesh) and most of the cement, although there are a few parts here and there that have to be grinded off.
The contractor will also have to install a small wood transition between the main hallway steps and the new floor (as there will be a 1/2" size difference). He (or she) will also have to tie in the new floor to the old floor that is in the other two bedrooms (and one of the closets). The old floor was 3/8" oak that was installed when the home was constructed.
We would ideally like to have the floor installed sometime next week.
Looking for a quote for:
1. 1880 sq Hardwood installation
2. 5 1/4 Baseboard Installation and door stop for 525 linear ft (wood and primed)
3. Removal of baseboards
4. Carpet Removal
5. Carpet take away
6. Screw down of sub floors
Please provide a quote of the above items individually and as a package deal.
We are looking to get a quote on hardwood stairs, and possibly railing as well in our home in Grimsby.
There are 12 stairs in total.
8 rectangle stairs with walls on both sides
4 that curve at the bottom, 3 seem closed in and are triangale shaped and and the last step is open at the bottom and ovaled.
We are currently looking to install hardwood flooring throughout the hallways and bedrooms as well so I am not sure if the stairs would be best left unstained and stain later or try to buy the same wood for the stairs as for the floors, sorry, I am not sure the best way to do that.
We would like to leave the stringers white.
We would also like to have our railing replaced as well. The railing is 7ft long at the top of the stairs. It currently has wood spindles. There are 14 small ones and 1 larger one about 2.8 feet in height.
There are 2 small railings at the bottom.
One if 4ft long. Has 6 small spindles and 1 larger one about 2.2 ft in height.
The other is 1 3/4 foot long, has 3 small spindles and 1 larger one and about 2.8 ft in height.
We were hoping to do iron spindles with a wood railing on top.
As for the hardwood flooring we were going to try to do it ourselves to save some money but depending on the quote we would consider having that done professionally as well.
The measurements for the rooms are approx:
Room 1: 9x12 feet plus 1 closet
Room 2: 9 x10 feet plus 1 closet
Room 3: 11.5 ftx 15.5 ft plus 2 closets
Hallway is L shaped and is: 9x3 feet one way and 7x5 feet the other way.
I need to get flooring put in my house. There is a room at the top floor of our house that would need 407 square feet of flooring put in. I'm looking at hardwood flooring options but I would like to find out from you what you would charge to install it before I commit to buying any flooring.
I have a bedroom to be changed from carpet to laminate.the rest of the house is already ahving laminate and it has to be matched as close as possible.This is in my condo apartment.
The bedroom has a total length of about 20f The room is not rectangular shape.On the width side there is a closet-needs to be floored too-some jogs eating some space.The maximum width is about 10ft but about 9ft of tits length has a smaller width.I need the work to be done soon as I have some travel plans.
Approximately 1500 SF to be installed. Open concept first floor. Large living room plus a kitchen dining area all in the same laminate. Upstairs will consist of 2 small bedrooms and a small hall. Unsure about the stairs right now. House will be empty and easy to move around. It's about 50+ years old.
I'm writing because I'm looking to have laminate flooring installed in my second floor condo, in Hamilton. I'm wondering if you would be able to give me an estimate to rip out and dispose of carpet, remove and reinstall old baseboards and install laminate in a 600 square foot condo. That includes the main living space, a hallway, 2 bedrooms, 1 walk-in closet and 3 small closets. There is furniture in the space which will need to be moved aside as I can't move it all out of the space. We will be here to help move furniture whenever needed. Also, I was told by another installer, that normally they cut the door frames to slip the laminate underneath, but my door frames are metal, I guess that makes that option impossible, so I would need the laminate as close to the door frames as possible.
Hi, I am looking for someone to install laminate flooring in the front entranceway of my house in Hamilton, ON. The previous owner started getting ready for the job but never finished it. Right now it is just painted floorboards. Some of the baseboard mouldings have been removed and are nowhere to be found, so replacements would be required. I bought a couple of boxes of laminate and a roll of underlay from Home Depot thinking I could do it myself, but the entranceway is an irregular shape and I don't have the tools or expertise to do the job properly. The area is about 30 square feet. Thanks for your interest, look forward to speaking with you.
3 bedrooms and hallway (+5 closets) approx. 500 square feet. Would like hardwood installed. The floor has some bounce to it and I am hoping that nailing down hardwood will tighten it up. I also have some soft and squeaky areas in the kitchen and main bath that I'd like to firm up if possible. Mainly where everyone stands when opening the fridge door.
I'd like the bedrooms and hall painted and install new baseboards and crown molding. If the budget allows, new doors (3 bedroom, bathroom, hall closet and linen closet). I am a senior who is the property owner and my budget is limited. If I have the funds to also have the rest of the house painted then I would consider this as well. My home is a bungalow and the main floor total square footage is approx 1,000. My budge is between $5,000 and $10,000.
We would like to install new laminate floors in our house. We're doing about 800 square feet. We would also need the baseboards removed and replaced. The original plank floors are exposed, so there wouldn't be a need for a subfloor. It's tongue and groove, floating floor.
We are also toying with the idea of getting hardwood. We would like to know the price difference for installing this.
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