Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 41 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $297,500.00 with a per project average of $7,256.00.
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We have 1050 sq ft of engineered click hardwood to install. We have been told its a very easy floor to install, but we just can't find the time. We have 3 small bedrooms, a hallway, 2 living rooms and a dining room. We really would like it done as soon as possible but I do realize everyone is busy.
I already bought laminate and wanted to know the price for sq. foot. It is top of the line click laminate and does not need much preparation because the house is 6 yr. old and I want to take off carpet which I could do by myself. There is going to be about 1100 sq. ft. laminate and 120 sq.ft ceramic tiles.
3100 sqft house. Looking to change out all of the carpet on the upstairs level to hardwood. All of the stairs need hardwood too. Also part of the main floor has carpet that will be converted to hardwood. Also thinking about changing the tiles on the main floor foyer and kitchen to something new. The master bathroom I would like to change out the shower and also the tiles.
We have a 1000 sq. ft. of floor to replace. 500 of it is ceramic tile, 500 of it is carpet roughly, all on the main floor. Replacing with an engineered hardwood.
Would most likely take out old trim as well and replace with new taller trim.
Would like to have job started towards end of May
We are looking at having some luxury vinyl flooring installed in our upper level. Two bedrooms and a hallway/landing. Should be about 380 square feet accounting for some overage. Schedule will be important to us and we have two dogs that we will be home to look after while the job is being done.
I have not yet calculated the square footage of my home but I'm looking for you to give me a quote by doing an estimate. I have a rather large home - 4 rooms main floor (office, family, living, dining) and 4bedrooms upstairs along with stairs & hallway upstairs - that I would like to replace the carpet for hardwood floors. If you are willing to come out to Kitchener, near Sportsword to provide me with a free estimate please contact me.
Thank you and I hope to hear from you.
Need to finish (currently) carpeted stairs with hardwood or laminate to complete a flooring project, tred and raiser. I will remove carpet and any staples prior to work.
12 steps (including top step) to an open great room + 2 more steps (including top step) to a hall. Flooring will be completed close to the top step, top step nosing to be included.
First 6 steps are open on the one side and 43" wide
Next 6 steps (including top step) are 37" wide
Final 2 steps from the great room are 33" wide
Colour to match either railing (maple) or new laminate (oak).
Preferably contractor with experience and references (or images) finishing stairs.
we are looking to install hardwood flooring in the entire main floor and 2 sets of stair in our 16 year old home (painted raisers) with a minimum square footage of 500 sf. We are looking to purchase the flooring from a local flooring distributor in Kitchener. As there is a 3/8" drop to the family room we would need that addressed as well. there is currently click laminant on the floor that can be easily removed. We are looking to have the carpet replaced on the stairs (14 steps w/ 4x4 mid-landing) with painted risers. We are also looking at installed tiles on our basement hallway if your company is able to include that scope to the project.
I am about to install around 926 sq ft laminate floor in my house. I would like to contract it out.
1. Carpet also needs to be removed and discarded, I already removed 500~sqft by myself.
2. Baseboards need to taken off and reinstalled. And then install quarter round after reinstalling baseboards.
Please breakdown the cost into detail as per square foot. I will supply planks, baseboards(if some damaged during installation), quarter rounds.
3 Bedrooms in Total:
Dimensions Imperial - 13’7” x 9’7”
Dimensions Metric - 4.14 x 2.92
Dimensions Imperial - 13’7” x 10’
Dimensions Metric - 4.14 x 3.0
Dimensions Imperial - 11’0” x 8’9”
Dimensions Metric - 3.35 x 2.67
NOTE: Current material in each room - Carpet so that would need to be removed.
I'm looking to have my old laminate pulled out and new put down on the main floor of my home; approximately 300 sq ft. Part of the floor by the stairs will need leveling for certain (it's on a downward slope), possibly other spots as well. Baseboard trim will need replacing as well. May get ceramic tile added to the half bath in the entry way as well. Would like to have the work done between July 6-22 as my family will be away and not underfoot. :)
Looking for quote on installation of Bamboo hardwood floors for 200sq ft living area, the flooring has already been purchased, with underlay. Floor has been stripped down to ply wood. Will require some custom cutting for angled half wall and room has 3 air vents. 3 year old home in Kitchener. No pets. Non smoking.
I would like to get a quote on laminate flooring installation for 2 rooms which should include any cost related installing transition strips and removing of the old carpet in the below rooms.
Details of the rooms are below
1st Dining area: 11*9
Living Room: 10*15
Currently i have carpet installed in both the rooms on a plywood subfloor which was installed by the builder.
The home is 2.5 years old.
Remove existing 21/4 inch wide oak hardwood in kitchen (approx 16x24_) and dining room (12x13)
removal of carpet in family room (Approx 16x16) and living room (12x16) and hall (approx 10x19 )
Lay new wide plank maple hardwood where the old hardwood and carpet were.
Have some chosen hand scraped maple wood (5" by 3/4) sourced but open to other options
May also be interested in replacing carpetted stair treads with hardwood.
We have a 100 year old house which has old carpeting on the main floor, we're planning on installing new hard wood but recently realized the floor seems to be sagging in the middle by possibly as much as 2 inches. We're wondering if this needs to be fixed before we install new hardwood flooring and if it is a very costly thing to do.
Age of house : 6 years old.
Current situation : Main floor is vinyl floor and will like the family room and study room to have hardwood installed and all other areas - main foyer, kitchen, dinning, powder room and laundry room to have ceremic tiles.
The hard wood floor and ceremic tiles have been bought.
Please note that the kitchen has the central vacuum - hence the kick in is close to the floor- it need to be raised,
Total main floor for tiles - 700 sq feet and hard wood floor will be 400 sq feet.
The bathroom - the rough in are already in.
- it requires the wall that will separate the furnace area with the bathroom.
- the bathroom shower will be stand type - with tile on the walls and the plastic flooring.
- bathroom size- 5 feet by 10 feet
Material that we shall supply - the tiles, hardwood floor and the items in the bathroom - vaneity, mirror, toilet, glass for the shower, shower head, toilet paper roll holder.
Install of Approximately 165 square feet of vinyl flooring, in kitchen, hallway and bathroom.
All on main floor, no baseboards, or tear outs.. just install of vinyl flooring (roll of) on top of new subfloors?.
Have included photos of areas to be done..
Plus, purchasing the roll of flooring for this job.
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