Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Tiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 54 Tiling projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Tiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $187,000.00 with a per project average of $3,462.00.
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Older post war house - 1.5 stories, small kitchen, rennovated with a black/brown granite countertop, straight to the wall, no back guard. The backsplash is currently drywall and plaster, bare with drywall compound exposed and not sanded to areas that were cut out to update electrical. A window over the sink area with a sill of which the tile would have to go around about 1/4 from the bottom to stay in line with the cabinets bottom on each side of the window. Being an older home, the walls are wonky and not perfectly straight. Have measured the three areas, U shape counter area. Tile would come from bottom of the cabinets to the top of the granite coutertop. Some gaps where the granite was just a tad not meeting flush with the wall. They are small, and only one or two. The granite guys said the tile would cover that, but thought it should be mentioned. Approximately 226 sq feet all surfaces in total. I have not yet purchased my tile, but will be opting for white subway tile and want a light grey grout. Wanted to do it ourselves, but have outlets to consider, uneveness, two corners involved and minimal time and expertise in the area. Looking to have a work date towards the end of November.
1) Wiring in 3 areas for backsplash lighting
2) Prepping/Sanding the wall to make it even (including behind fridge)
3) Install white beveled subway tiles in herringbone pattern using spacers
4) Replace existing plugs with GFCI ones
Materials to be supplied: GFCI receptacles, White Beveled Subway Tiles, and Grout.
We are renovating our kitchen and we have decided to tile two entire walls with subway tile, rather than a traditional backsplash. We have done all the work ourselves thus far however tiling is not something we want to take on as its a big area.
We are looking for someone to install the tiles in our kitchen for us. If you would be interested in providing a price to do so please let us know.
I have a small fix and finish job in my kitchen. Probably about 30 square feet or less. Some of the tiles are crooked that were laid, without nosing, and the stairs down to the landing still need to be done. Also the grouting needs to be redone on the entire kitchen floor. I would supply the tiles to finish the job- you supply the materials.
There is an opportunity to quote on the backsplash as well.
We are undergoing a kitchen renovation in our home. All the cabinets and appliances have already been removed. It's approximately a 300 sq ft room, with about 260 sq ft tiled. When this job was done, the compound was applied directly to the wood subfloor, so removing everything to get the subfloor ready for the new tile is beyond my abilities.
We will also need someone to lay the new floor by the end of the month as our new cabinets will be ready then. So we're hoping to hire one person/company to do both jobs (and perhaps the backsplash when we're ready for that), but it's not a requirement.
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Me and my wife are looking to tear up the tile in our kitchen because so many are cracked. We have cabinets on top of the tile and our kitchen is approx. 143" x 134". Any suggestions for backsplash or redesign are welcome. We would like to have the project completed by Feb 18th 2006 as we have a family event that weekend at our house.
I have a partially tiled floor that needs to be completed. Husband walked half way through job and it needs to get done so I can buy furniture and decorate. It is one room 15 x 15, a tiny hallway, and the the landing part of the stairs. I have the tiles and the goop that sticks it to the floor, and maybe the stuff that goes between each tile but I have no idea about the last part.
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Tile installation for my basement washroom. approx 250 sq ft. will be using 12x24 tiles
We have a plan to use 12x24 tiles
Area for walls = 210 sq ft ( Approx)
Area for floot= 40 sq ft ( Approx)
Total Area= 250 sq ft ( Approx)
We require tile underlinyment and Title leveling.
All materials like grouts, tile leveling clip , cement ( mortar) and off course Tiles will be provided.
Please advise your labor cost.
We are looking for someone to install new sub- floor over the existing and then install appox 500 sg ft of tile in our home - we have chosen our tiles and will have the area that is to be tiled down to the existing sub-floor - 1 hallway, 1 small room, and 1 large family room all on the a lower level of the 4 level back split (please note - this area is NOT the sub- basement)
Interested Contractors please estimate materials and labour as separate items in your response. If need be we can and will supply the 3/8 plywood material for the sub-floor as well as the tiles.
Thanks in advance
We are looking to replace the flooring in our front foyer. Ideally would like to just lay new tile over old. The foyer is approximately 80 sq ft. We also want to tile the wall around our fireplace. Currently it is drywall. 10ft ceilings and 6ft wide.
We are looking right now at going with 12X24 slate.
If price is right we may also tile the powder room (approx. 30sqft), ensuite (approx. 40sq ft) and main bath (30 sq ft)
We included material and labour in our estimated budget
We are looking to have this done by beginning of October as my wife is pregnant and due at that time.
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