Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Framing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 13 Framing projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Framing Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $332,000.00 with a per project average of $25,538.00.
Hoping to find someone who can come in with a reasonable price to frame the basement living area, bathroom, and laundry room.
Main living area is approx. 20x11
Bathroom is approx. 10x5
Laundry room is approx. 10x11 (furnace and water heater to remain exposed in laundry room).
Home is a semi - Exterior walls are insulated halfway down with concrete on lower-half, interior wall is concrete top-to-bottom. Two windows (one at back, one on side).
I am looking in building a 4600 square foot house .. 9' basement, 10' main floor, 9' upper level... there will be 4 car oversized garage I know that you will need to look at the drawings to provide a price. what do you think would be the ball park figure for you to build this house including all the framing... if you email me back I can send you pictures of what the house may look like. I am looking to build with either ICF or wood framing. I want to compare prices ....Thanks
110 year old home that is in great shape. However over the years the floors have sagged a little (2-3"). There has never been a beam in the basement, however going forward some support would be preferred to stop any further sagging. There is no failure nor is it critical. The homes new owners would like to see it done and are getting the house into best possible shape for future reno. There would probably be two shorter beams across the basement as the duct work runs through the middle. Would love to hear from you regarding this situation.
This is an existing home build in the mid/late 1940's, I bought this house 2 years ago and fixing and updating things. The house is of a preformed slab, concrete construction.(experimental?) The concrete in 2-3 inches think.
The previous owner neglected to keep eaves in working order and as a result, there was water damage done to the exterior walls on the attached garage. I am looking for someone to remove all existing exterior walls and re-frame in wood. I would also like to have 2 garage doors installed, one in the front and one in the back.
I have already gutted the garage and all needs doing is the removal of the existing walls and the reconstruction of the new one.
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