Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 81 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,212,000.00 with a per project average of $14,962.00.
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Budget is around $6-8,000.
We need to have a bathroom installed in the basement as soon as possible. Size is about 9 feet by 5 feet. Will need framing, plumbing, and electrical done for sure, preferably floor and dry wall as well. Would like to use as many materials as possible from habitat ReStore, nothing really fancy needed.
Finishing of basement in newly built home (Aug 2006). To include bathroom (already roughed in) & furnace room (approx 10 x 10), living area with gas fireplace (approx 30 x 15), and office area (approx 10 x 15.) . Flooring in living area and office to be carpet, bathroom to be tile. Walls and ceiling to be drywall.
When showering in upper bathroom, there is a small leak comes through ceiling into the powder room below. We have tried to determine where the leak is coming from and believe it could be the tiles (rather old) plumbing seems good. The shower only leaks when husband showers, and not everytime. Very frustrating.
Small bathroom in 1.5 story old house. The bathroom has a sloped ceiling over the tub. We considered trying to install a shower, but don't think it will be possible without raising the ceiling/roof over the tub which we assume would be quite costly. We are open to taking pictures to show a contractor or having a contractor come and give their ideas. Otherwise we were thinking that we would like to have our old tub refinished, or possibly replaced, retiled around the tub, and have the floor tiled.
Want 40+ year old main bathroom in my home, approx 5 x 9, gutted and refreshed with new drywall + paint, flooring, sink, vanity, lighting fixture, recessed mirror/cabinet, toilet, tub, GFCI. Want quality materials and workmanship that will last, but utilitarian rather than showcase.
I am looking to get quotes for a bathroom addition on the top floor of my 1 1/2 story home. I will need a dormer put in to accommodate.
Looking to have access from the hallway as well as a pocket door (cheater) to the bedroom. The addition of a closet may also be required.
Not sure of the timing of the project, due mainly to weather.
Property owner here in an older house with no shower in the bathroom due to vaulted ceiling. Need dormer installed with the addition of a shower. Potentially a new bathtub as well as tiling around shower. Nothing fancy, just functional, as cost will play a big factor in this renovation.
Room is approx 73" x 90" with 8' ceilings.
Pic of bathroom is distorted because I used a panoramic shot to try and capture the entire room. It's quite small. Attic vents and drain vent (see pic) may impede the project as well. Bathroom is located on the back right of the house. Roofing quote ($600) for dormer portion already received, but if you can beat it, all the better.
Our 2nd floor bathroom fan is improperly vented (not sure if to the soffit or just in the attic space). This needs to be fixed. We'd also like to add extra light by adding a sun tunnel as there are no windows in this room. Would we be able to get a quote for this kind of project?
Thanks for your time.
Drywall is up. Need mudding & sanding. Tiles for floor and walls installed along with paint. Installation of vanity, toilet and fixtures. Building of closet. Framing of doorway.
All materials including paint, tiles, vanity, fixtures have already been purchased. My husband started the renovation however does not have time to complete the job.
We need the main bathroom totally gutted (we have a leak, we think under the tub, so floors will likely need to be redone also) and renovated. We are fixing the house to sell, so aren't going top of the line, but we do want quality work and fixtures. It's a small bathroom approx 5 foot by 8 foot.
Want to have a 3 piece (sink, toilet, shower) in the basement. Sink and toilet are existing. Cement will have to be broken and repoured. Walls need to be studded, insulated and drywalled. New fan, light. Also, new walls erected. This project could possibly include completion of the basement, depending on cost.
The project could start earlier if timeline works for everyone.
- reglazing the bathtub. Some rust around the drain and overflow that would need to be repaired along with it.
- installing a bathroom exhaust fan. Would need to go into walk up attic and out the brick wall (not the roof).
- retiling the floor (currently vinyl tiles) with porcelain/ceramic tile. Area is approx 6x12.
- pulling down the vinyl tiling panels from the walls and putting up porcelain tiles around the tub. Approx. 2.5'x5'(short sides), 5x5' (long side).
- one other we may do if the price is right is swapping the toilet for a double flush toilet.
The house was built in the late 70's, our main concern is plumbing and the over all look of the newly renovated bathroom. We are looking to put in a new bath tub, shower accessories(low flow) , toilet(dual flush), His and her sinks, tiled floors, new switches, mirror, fan, and accessories............
Had a reno done approx. 7 yrs ago which involved removing the tub, creating a tile shower with a seat in the corner. I don't believe the membrane was installed properly and it now leaks into the basement. I would like to replace with a tub shower combo, as I have nice glass doors that could hopefully be repurposed. I would like some suggestions on how best to repair. Additional note - I am likely selling my house within the next few years so do not want to spend more than I need to.
Bathroom was reno'd by previous owner to enlarge by removing adjoining walk-in closet. We want to restore to previous layout.
- current room dimensions 9x10 (irregular)
- split into three areas: 3piece bath 6x7; closet 5x6; access 5x3
- replace shower (possibly add tile walls)
- (current floor is good, no change)
- replace (in-attic) exhaust fan with higher cfm
- electrics- switch locations, additional fixtures
- shelves/hanger bars in new closet
House was built in mid-70s; floor and most walls are pre-fab concrete. Reno will not involve modding concrete walls.
We need for our ensuite bathroom: shower taken out and put in a new one with tile back and new door system, also need old vanity taken out and new double sink one put in, in our main bathroom, we need old linoleum taken out, and tiles put in, aslo need old vanity out and new double put it.
85"x88" bathroom, 88"x23"x30"H vanity - sink & countertop to be replaced & 4 doors to be replaced, cabinet frame base to be repaired. 88"x32 1/2" area &34"32" area tile floor to be replaced, toilet to be replaced by fast flush toilet. Walls to be painted. Light fixture to be upgrade or repaired. May quote on tub replacement or resurfacing. May also quote on kitchen later.
Need shower tiles, tub, vanity and vinyl flooring removed; one section of drywall needs to be replaced; put in new tub, tub surround and vanity; re-tile flooring (less the 20 square feet.) Tub, tub surround, vanity and flooring can be purchased and provided, however, interested in seeing quotes for these items if possible.
I am buying a house where there used to be a 3 piece bathroom (Shower, Sink and Toilet) but the previous owner had ripped out everything down to the concrete. The plumbing is still available however but the layout is less desirable and I would like to move the toilet location. The bathroom is small, roughly 6' X 8'. The dry wall would need to be done (ceiling and walls), as well as a vent would need to be created for the shower steam as there wasn't one before however the bathroom is directly beside the laundry room, so the vent could run along side the drying vent. I am not looking for anything fancy, just a clean looking usable bathroom, I will be renting out the basement and it will be used by tenants. I would like to use tile for the flooring and shower. The Vanity will need to be small but have some counter space. The toilet can be basic, although the higher the efficiency the better. The shower can be just a standard glass walk in shower. The town house itself is 41 years old and the location of the bathroom is in the basement which is finished and like mentioned previous, beside the laundry and furnace/water heater room. The house is freehold so there is no committee to speak to. If you have any more questions, feel free to email me.
I am looking to renovate my small bathroom. Contractor to tear out wall surround, dry wall, bath tub and flooring to subfloor. Replacing the wall with den shield, installing new tub (with reinforcement), new bath/shower faucet, new toilet flange due to new flooring height, tiles in shower and ceramic floor tiles as well as painting the bathroom walls & ceiling and putting in new baseboards. All cleanup and removal of debris to be completed by the contractor.
I am looking for a professional, licensed plumber and tiling contractor. I would prefer a local professional with references, pictures of previous jobs and a detailed written quote. Prefer approx estimates online.
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