Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 65 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $358,500.00 with a per project average of $5,515.00.
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We live in an old (1938) house and the upstairs bathroom sink constantly clogs up. We would like a new drain pipe installed rather than having to call the plumber every month to unclog it. I am looking for a competant plumber who is willing to inspect the project and give us an accurate, and reasonably priced quote. References will be required.
Looking to install a gas line possibly for this weekend. Basement is unfinished and is probably about a 25' run to T off an existing pool heater gas line that is the closest one to the BBQ. BBQ is just outside the wall and the whole area is open so you can access all of the basement beams to fasten to.
We have a single floor bungalow with an unfinished basement, approx 900sq ft, with 1 bathroom. The house (according to the home inspection) was built in the 1930s. It has had upgrades to wiring (copper 100amp) and plumbing (copper).
We want to:
1) Replace the water pipe coming into the house.
- The pipe currently has lead.
2) Install a new gas range
- There is gas service in the kitchen but it need to be moved or extended about 5ft (estimate)
- There is a old gas range currently installed, this needs to be removed
3) Install a new extractor fan
- New extractor fan to be installed over the new gas range
4) Create vent for extractor fan
- Extractor fan needs to vent through wall to exterior
- A vent may exist but is covered up at the moment, or a new vent can be created
Please quote item 1 separately, and indicate if you will secure necessary permits. Please indicate if you have had experience with the Lead Pipe Program offered by the City of Hamilton.
Please also include an estimate for project timeframe and availability. Please include website and references.
I am selling a house in Hamilton and apparently the gas lines to not have the appropriate "tags" to say that they meet code requirements. I require a professional to inspect the gas lines and certify them to be safe etc. I am in rather a hurry to get this job done since I must be able to prove that the inspection has been done prior to the closing at the end of September. The house was built in 1985 and renovated in 2006. I don't know who did the upgrades.
We have PDF version of Drawings and Property survey.
We need pricing for Excavation, Demo, Grading at rear and front of house, Retaining Wall at rear of property, New Sewer and Water Main disconnected and reconnected at property line, Back Fill.
Retaining Wall: Armour Stone 1 or 2 courses. 3ft Elevation change at property line at rear.
Grading at rear: filled up towards back of house at a 4% slope.
Grading at front: raised about 2 ft in middle and sloped out from that to neighbour's (on either side) grade, and sloped out to match front at ditch.
Ontario Contractors Network started the job on Dec. 9, 2015, stating the job would be done by Christmas. They dug the hole the 1st day and when leaving stated: "Not to worry, I'll be back at 9am tomorrow...it is now Jan 12, 2016 and I'm still waiting. If they answer the phone, I get "I'll call you back in 5min", of course, the call back never comes.
I've absolutely had it...I'm looking for someone who will come and finish the job and end this nightmare.
Leak sustained from 3rd floor to the 2nd floor of The London Tap House (Restaurant/Bar). Believed to be caused by ice machine on 3rd floor as we believe piping around drainage system has been loosened. Mold has now built up on 2nd floor drywall and rotted the drywall area which is about a 4'x4' area.
Quote needed on clearing mold, replacing dry wall and flooring that has been damaged.
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.
Remove anti scald tempering valve from hot water tank. It is currently not even producing hot water near 100F. Do not have children or elderly. Willing to sign waiver regarding code requirements. We own house and are sick of not having hotwater. Considered a different valve that allows 90-160F but since they all seize or clog at some point. Decided aginst it. Please advise of cost to remove. Thanks.
Note: currently have watts 1170m installed. Inrersting that even these devices have warnings that state they are not to be used for anti-scald purposed, yet the gov't mandated it?
I am not sure where to start but I believe all the plumbing was done wrong when the last owner of my home flipped my house. I first found the problem in the shower which leaked all over the floor when it was used. I investigated further, when I removed the drain cover I could see water flowing through the pipe (no p trap). Water from the laundry machine, bathroom sink and in reverse direction from the toilet all flowed though this pipe. I had a friend cap this off as we had sewer gases coming in. In addition the washing machine drained water used to flow up in to the bottom of the shower and mold would grow. After capping of the base of the shower water now backs up onto the basement floor in the laundry room (which is beside the bathroom). I am looking for someone to help me fix this and get it done right, so we can finally use this bathroom.
I'm looking for a licensed plumber in Hamilton to rough in a 3 piece bathroom and laundry room. Plus the existing plumbing is outdated. I would like to look into replacing the cast iron section and inspect the existing main line to the sewer with a camera. Also, I will likely want to put in a backflow valve as per the city rebate program. Let me know if your interested in quoting.
I want to create a laundry room on the second floor. There is no plumbing on the second floor now. We need hot/cold water supply along with properventallation and electrical work. The current laundry is in the basement. This is an old home and there is an area where you can go thru the floor on the 2nd floor thru a closed on the main floor to the basement.
Contracting company looking for plumbers to work with us on job in property management please be fully insured and have your licenses.
It consist of apt units that are going to be renovated thank you please contact asap and please try to give a flat rate thank you.
Also job consist of some traveling thanks.
Jason general manager
We have old plumbing fixtures that must be replaced or repaired :
1. Bathtub fixtures replaced and shut off valves required
2.Bath tub surround replaced
3. Washroom sink and fixtures replaced and shut off valves repaired
4. Basement sink (workroom) fixtures replaced and leaking plastic pipes replaced under the sink.
5. Laundry room fixtures replaced
6. Furnace dehumidifier and plumbing for it removed.
7. Main water main to house needs a proper shut off valve
2nd floor laundry room, new ensuite 3 piece washroom (toilet, sink, stand up shower), first floor kitchen(sink, dishwasher), possible basement kitchen and 3 piece wash room. new stacks re-do drains. early 1900's home recently gutted. have drawings for the main and 2nd floor basement is going to be dug out.
The drain pipe for my washing machine is overflowing even when no laundry is being done. The water that comes out of the pipe has a rancid odor and flooding my floor. I attempted using a drain cleaner recommended to me by Home Depot to no avail. I contacted the city and was told I have to have a contractor/plumber look at it. I believe the sewage system is backing into my house.
I have just purchased a rental property (triplex) and require the knob and tube be replaced. 2nd and 3rd floor have grounded wires however the main floor is primarly knob and tube. The basement is unfinished so access is available.
Basement also has a significant amount of galvanized steel plumbing that requires to be changed, Square footage of entire house is approx 2400 sq feet.
Replace pump behind upflush toilet (also attached to shower).
I already have the new pump waiting to be installed.
Needs to be vented outside in order for the pump to work (i.e. cannot use cheater valve) Requires drilling through wall.
Would like the vent to be connected to another basement pump (which is just beside it).
Only additional material that is needed is the venting.
Should be about 4-6 hours work for someone who knows what they're doing.
The laundry room was moved from the basement to an extension in the back of the house. The plumbing for comes up through the floor in the dining room. It sticks out 1.5 feet from the wall and looks ridiculous. In the basement, it's directly against the foundation but there's a joist that could theoretically be cut through. Regardless, the plumbing needs to be rerouted through the wall, or under the extension, or something.. At the same time I'd like to rough out the proper drainage for a future bathroom build where the laundry room currently is.
We are looking to put a Saniflo Toilet into our basement. There will be a shower and sink hooked up to the saniflo macerator. The bathrom is already roughed in, just need to hook up the toilet, sink and shower to the plumbing. Not looking for someone to finish the bathroom, simply do the hookups.
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