Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Landscaping projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 33 Landscaping projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Landscaping Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $527,000.00 with a per project average of $15,969.00.
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Repair of front steps + landing of an A-Frame house built in the late 1950's. Currently made of concrete, brick, tiles. Would like to strip tiles from landing and repair degraded concrete landing + steps. Would also like railing installed that would enclose landing as well as go down the steps. Damage at base of steps where driveway meets the bottom step would need to be repaired.
We have lived in our home for 3 years. The previous owners had a beautiful perennial garden, But we are far to busy and not knowledgeable enough to properly maintain it. We need simple, with little to no maintenance. But the removal and clean up as over our heads. I am looking for ideas and quotes, and I would like it done this year if possible.
We have two gardens that have been neglected over the years, allowing grass to grow into the garden. We need someone to remove all grass/soil around the bushes and replace with black mulch and edge the perimeter so that the lawn and garden areas are clearly defined.
We need someone that can remove all grass, down to the roots, to ensure the grass does not return.
The front garden is roughly 25’ in length with a depth of ranging from 1 – 3’. The side garden is 15’ in length and roughly 2.5’ in depth.
I’ve attached photos of the area that needs work. Please let us know roughly how much and when you can have it completed. We’re hoping to find someone that can do it before this coming weekend.
I am looking to expand and renovate my main floor kitchen and entranceway at a West Hamilton Mountain bungalow. This would involve taking down an outer wall to build overtop of what is currently a "porch" on the other side of the kitchen window at the front of the house. It would also require a new front entrance to be built.
As well, we would like to have some landscaping done in the front to build a "living area" if possible along the front of the house.
There are a few potential design options and I would like to have someone come out to the house to see it personally and give quotes for the potential options.
Construction can start this year or next. We are flexible.
My name is Nick. I'm looking to redo my front yard and entrance.
The job would require design, stripping and clearing existing sod and stone garden, grading, stone work, re-sodding and so on.
I also have several other properties that I will be looking to complete work at shortly, so I'm using my personal home as the test grounds to find the best contractor for my upcoming projects.
I would like to set up a time for you to come by to have a look and get some ideas. I'm open to different designs. I will be looking for an estimate including a sketch of your proposed layout design.
I do have a strict budget for the project so I am willing to adjust the schedule to the late season if that compromise will reflect in the overall cost.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions, I'm no stranger to managing projects so any questions or information is more than welcome.
Thank you for your time,
Talk to you soon!
My property is on Upper Kennilworth, Hamilton. We have shrubs on both sides of our property (approx. 50' total at a height of 3'). Our front lawn aspprox. 20' x 40') with nothing on it but grass. There is a slight hill in the middle of the lawn.
We would like our shrubs and roots removed and disposed of leaving us prepared soil for replanting.
We believe our front lawn should be leveled out (regraded?) to prevent water against house and we would also like it so that its ready for planting a tree and flowers.
Need to divert water from downspout to the backyard. House is 13 years old. Right now water goes from the downspout to the weeping title in the ground. The weeping title got clogged with stones - I need to divert the water from downspout and have it on the ground to drain water to either backyard or parking.
We have a raised garden bed, approx. 10' x 15' to be removed from beside our driveway. The soil is raised approx. 1' in height so there is roughly 150 cubic feet of soil to be removed. The garden contains perennials and grass. We don't want any further landscaping done (ie sodding), we just want this removed and the soil leveled.
I recently got a new front porch/deck (250 square feet) that was built over a hill. I would like to have a retaining wall built on the sides of the porch that can double as a planter and have it extend the length of the front. In addition, the new porch doesn't land on the existing walkway so I would like that one removed and a new one put in.
We would like to spruce up our backyard economically. I have included a sketch of the backyard with specifications and proposed design. We are looking at paving (paving stones) a 14'x16' section.The details are as below (dimensions in feet);
Total Lot size (backyard): 22.9' x 19.5'
Proposed paved section: 14' x 16' (using paving slabs/stones)
Proposed green space potentially for a small vegetable garden: 8.9' x 19.5'
Note: This is a townhouse community.
The backyard has a separate access which is connected to the road (for transporting materials etc..
The separate access is roughly 5'- 6' wide and the distance to the road is around 24'.
- Need to install a working gate to private driveway and yard
- Pave concrete on parking space
- Remove old interlock in backyard and place new interlock
- Repair/replace old/damaged stairs to upper level deck
- Refinish wooden deck, lower and upper level
- Remove old metal fence and replace with wooden fence
- Need to fix railings in upper floor (currently loose and rattles when used)
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