Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 44 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $409,500.00 with a per project average of $9,306.00.
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Would like to turn the covered porch into a usable deck from above. Taking out the window and replacing with french doors or 6' sliding patio door.
As you can see from picture submitted centre window would be replaced and covered porch area between the centre window to the window on right nearest garage.
We are looking to build a wood deck this year. Dimensions are approx 12 feet x 15 feet (although the deck itself is not a perfect square do to fencing). We would like a height of 9 inches off of the ground and we are looking to have it come right out from a sliding glass door. We will need railings on one edge.and one step down to the lawn.
I want to build a deck using Trex materials or a similar material (maybe cheaper).
I have roughed out a plan and scanned it on my computer. Can I send it to you?
I have attached a photo of the deck I would like.
There are two options that I have outlines on the bottom right.
The platform would be 3 1/2 feet ontop on platform or 4 feet 3 inches from the ground.
We have a home with a walkout basement and wanting to create access from the front garden to the back garden.
We need someone to :
Build a small 3'x3' deck/landing at the top of the incline.
Build wood steps down the incline
Build a small 3'x3' landing and L-shaped deck walkway around the back of the house to the rear entrance.
We are considering building simple set of steps going down from the main level to back garden. This would run above the L-shaped deck walkway mentioned above.
Please contact me for further details. I am based near the sunrise centre and am looking to get this done asap.
Need to replace two posts and railings on front porch. Porch is 10 ft x 4 ft. looking at maintenance free product. previous product(wood) is rotting.
Would like to update current pergola to a closed roof 10ft x 10ft. Only need the roof built with shingles as the posts are already in. Looking at Gazebo Roof.
I would to remove and replace my current "front porch," which is an ugly pre-cast cement step with cast iron/aluminum cover (see pics). I would like to install an open, inviting front porch that in appropriate design style complementary to my century home (100+ yr old 2-storey double-brick). I'd like wide steps and a small sitting area.
Outdoor access to second storey. Height from grade is about 13 feet. Includes small landing and stairs making one U-turn. I have a detailed plan from an architect/engineer that can help guide us. It would be built from pressure-treated wood. The second-storey is an addition to our house. There is brick from grade up to about 10 feet. Above the brick there are layers of 2 by 10's to fasten the ledger board(s) to. Please respond if you are able to do this job very soon.
We are looking to have our front porch resurfaced. The previous owner had painted it. The paint is coming off an it's just a big mess. The steps are falling apart and also need to be replaced with something nicer and full width.
We would also like to get rid of the lock block path and.
We have no idea what a realistic budget would be for this work. But if our budget allowed, we would also like to include the (double) driveway in the project.
We are open to suggestions, but leaning towards a stamped concrete finish.
Your suggestions are welcome and we would be pleased to make arrangements to receive quotes for this project.
I am looking to have a 260 sq ft stamped concrete or a coloured broom finished concrete patio installed . The patio will be located at the rear of a backsplit home. Access is straight down from driveway with a 5 ft drop in elevation. I may choose to excavate existing fill down to required depth if it is cost effective.
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