Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Insulation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 34 Insulation projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Insulation Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $114,000.00 with a per project average of $3,352.00.
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house 100 years old approx 30 x 30 dryer vented into attic 15 years ago We are about to add insulation . The dryer vent has been corrected. I think a vaporizer or spray should be applied before addition of insulation then access hole plastered over.
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We need a garage completed. We need possibly insulated and vapour barrier installed. Also need drywalled and brought to finish.
We need started tomorrow. It is mostly framed. A small bulkhead may have to be created on the ceiling. And possible little more on other walls
Also need 2x6x14 added underneath platform to be structured better.
The garage is 13x21 with 14 ft ceiling. there is a platform that also needs to be drywalled and finished.
Please send me estimate or call me.
i am putting new floor in the bonus room above the garage -it is extremely cold in winter and hot in summer-what is the best way to attempt to insulate the floor/ceiling??ie since the floor would be taken back to the subfloor could it be done then or is it easier to do from the garage ceiling?? also please advise re'cost
house is 20 years old 2 story ? probably insulate with foam/may have fiberglass in there now
Walk up attic with centre floor roughly 38ft. by 20 ft rafters on floor are 14in. rafters on ceiling are 18in. I perfer foam insulation on both roof and floor. The house is very old roughly 95 to100 yrs.
I am looking for an estimate only at this time as I need time to clear out 3 generations of junk
- am looking to insulate the second floor of my gambrel home. The second floor is going to gutted back to the framing to repair damage and am looking for insulation solutions to complete the task.
- house dimensions are roughly a 30' by 30'.
the home was erected in 1913 and is about to get a new roof to replace the now leaking one. Am opening up walls to see if there is any damage from the leak, then repair and update.
- am located in the west mountain area of hamilton
I have recently purchased a wood frame home built in the 50s and I am looking for online estimates to insulate a dirt crawl space.
The house is less then 800 sqft, and I would say about 100sqft of the crawl space has been hand dug so a person can stand up right. There are many butchered DIY jobs under the house, but this is the one I would like to concern myself with first.
My major concern with the winter months coming is the cost of heating the house above with an uninsulated dirt crawl space below. I would like my least expensive option that will not not cause damage to the home or crawl space (ie mold)
I am also open to inexpensive suggestions that might improve the situation until the crawl space can be completely re done.
The house was built in 1895. Need the roof to be insulated as outlined in my energuide audit. Looking for a company that accepts visa or oac.
Home inspectors observations as follows: fiber glass batts/blankets, insulation is installed between floor joists. low/bar spots in insulation. Recommend additional insulation in the attic area. No vapor barrier noted in attic.
Need 2 quotes. 1. Blown in insulation for a 2 story double brick home. 2. Insulation for a finished attic with knee wall space. The attic is finished but is cold in the winter and hot in the summer. One side has acess to the space but the other side does not. The house is about 70 plus years old. Not sure of of true square footage. Roughly 1500 sqf
2.5 storey brick home built in 1903.
80% of insulation and vapour barrier already complete - only 1 triangular wall to go.
Goal: to have this insulation and drywall done between mid October and early November so I can get the electrical finished before December starts.
Concern: Thinner stairwell to attic + angles. I'm told the drywall will need to be cut prior to going up.
Peak - 10.5 feet
Width - 17 feet
Length - 26 feet
Kneeboard - 2 feet
I have photos but they would not upload...
I have a 2 storey house on Hamilton Mountain. There was major wind damage done to my siding. My home insurer has agreed to pay for the complete replacement of the siding (subject to my deductible, of course).
I also want insulation put on the second floor, between the walls and the siding. I understand it comes in "boards". This will be paid for by myself, out of pocket, but since the siding has to be replaced anyway, I figured now is a good time to do it.
As well, I have a small window on the side of the house where the siding was damaged that I would like replaced. Again, this is also an out of pocet expense.
We have an old house (1895) in which we would like to re-insulate the 1/2 floor attic area which is used as living space and has a bathroom. It's a peaked roof over top of a 350-400 sq ft area. There is soffit and fascia but there may be venting adjustments that need to be made, including adding a vent in the bathroom area.
We noticed mold in our wardrobe that acts like a closed which is against the wall in NW corner of Spare Bedroom.
I moved the wardrobe away from the wall and noticed that there was mould on the wall where the wardrobe was. The mould was from the floor and up 2 feet on the wall. The wall is also very cold to the touch. What do we need to do to fix this?
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