Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 22 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,790,000.00 with a per project average of $81,363.00.
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I am looking for a contractor to work with me on a renovation which will require extending 2 exterior walls in the kitchen area to maximize floor area for new kitchen design. I need to work with someone who is experienced and has completed this type of work before. I will be looking for references and more....
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We are looking to add an additional space to our home on the main floor, and also renovate our kitchen/main floor bathroom. The additional footage would be approximately 10 x 12 ft., (not sure of the exact square footage). We would need someone capable of doing the designs, blueprints. If you can provide us with some guidance in this area in would be much appreciated! Thank you. Beverly
We own a 1.5 story detached home in kitchener and would like to add an addition for roughly $100000. we would like a finished basement and plenty of storage space. This will be a space for my parents to live. We have plenty big enough lot to accommodate an addition and access for workers.
We were thinking of approx 1200 sq ft for the addition including basement.
Hopefully you can help us.
Robert and Helen
We are looking at adding onto our house over the garage. The roof is a flat roof and we would like for the addition to be a flat roof as well. The measurements are approximately 11x30 feet. We would like to add a bedroom, a full bathroom and walk-in closet. We hope to have three windows (1 large, 2 small). Our house is approximately 50 years.
I am in the St. Mary's heritage district, in a one story heritage home. I am looking to put an addition on the back of my home. I have a full basement in this house (unusal for these homes) but I am not looking for the basement to be expanded with the addition. I am looking to put a 10x14 room on the back of the house which will have sliding doors on each side to go out onto a wrap around deck (deck already built on one side), two windows across the back with a centre space between the windows that will be a built in china cabinet/buffett area. I have gas heating which will have to be extended into the space, and I would like to end up with a small laundry area in one corner of the room. That area backs directly onto my bathroom and is in the area where my outdoor faucet extists today so plumbing is already partially in place. Ideally I would like the whole house re-sided when the addition is done. The wrap around deck may or may not be included in the project depending on the final cost. Most likely you will have to take my side fence down to access the property and that will have to be rebuilt. (needs to be rebuilt either way).
The existing structure will have to be removed.
Please begin with online contact I will then arrange for an on site visit.
Extend laundry room out through exterior wall by two feet by eight feet. Re-use window, brick the outside wall to appear as though was original. Refinish interior walls, move a/c unit outside by 3feet, extend exhaust pipes for furnace etc. plumbing and electrical to refit the washer and dryer. Install sink, cabinet and counter top.
Back of house is 31'5" wide. We want to extend the back of the house out, by 8-10'.
The living room, dining room and kitchen are the 3 open space rooms that will be larger when completed.
We want to put 3 skylights in the new addtion roof.
We want to use our existing patio door and dining room window. We would add an additional patio door off the living room.
Material at back of house is vinyl siding.
Inside, a brick hearth needs to be removed along with the wood burning fireplace. A new gas fireplace will take its place which we need installed.
Flooring will be taken care of by us. Additional kitchen counter and cupboards will be taken care of by us.
We will need electrical outlets and cable installed along with additional lighting.
We will also need flooring vents installed.
On the interior, we would need the drywall installed, prepped and painted.
The ceiling may or may not be drywall. We may go for a Muskoka look in wood panels.
We would also want the baseboards installed.
The house was built in 1978 and rebuilt after a fire in 1991. The foundation is original.
There is an existing deck 2' off the ground off of the kitchen which we will remove.
We also have the equipment to do the digging, fill removal and backfilling.
The house is a corner lot so access is not an issue. We will remove fencing for access.
Would really like a price per square foot so that we know what this potentially will cost.
I would also need to know what is and what is not included in the square foot price.
References are required.
The drawing is in process so that exact quotations can be submitted.
Our house is a raised bungalow, approx 45 years old and 1000 sq ft. We are looking to add a second floor (if possible) and maybe bump out the front of the house. We do not want to expand into our backyard because we don't want to lose any yard. The second floor would be 3 bedrooms, two bathroom and a walk in closet in the master bedroom. If possible, we would like to bump out the front of the house to either make a bigger room and include a porch of some sort. On the main floor, we would like to create some bigger closet space, and change the 3 bedrooms we currently have to two rooms, a den and a guest bedroom. We would need to do the driveway, probably front steps, if we bump out the front of the house, walkway to the side of the house and we would like to include a cemented patio and redo the fencing.
-second level addition to include, 3 bedrooms, ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet, second bathroom, closets, linen closet outside second bathroom
-main floor: stairs to second level, create two rooms, instead of 3, update main floor bathroom and build wall in kitchen and door to pantry, crown molding, some wall tiling, casing, baseboards, closets.
-possible bump out front of house, new front window.
-new driveway & walkway at side of house and porch.
-backyard: new fencing and concrete patio, maybe pergola
-basement: possibly create additional storage space, sump pump
Please provide quote with bump out and without bump out. Both quotes should include front porch.
We would like to add an addition over the two car garage. The addition will be the master suite with ensuite bath and laundry area. On the front of the house, the dormers drastically reduce the size of two of the bedrooms, so we would like to modify the roof and roof line to make those rooms larger. There is also a third bedroom with a 7x7 room next to it and we would like to make that into one bedroom.
Some material choices at this point would be 2x6 exterior walls, sprayfoam insulation, solid hardwood, porcelain or marble tiles, soaker tub, large walkin shower...
New home in east Kitchener. We are in the preliminary stages of adding a "sunroom" (approx 225sqft) that will include a 7ft square hot tub and a seating area. One idea we have come up with is as follows: one 14ft side will have brick on the bottom 30" to 36" with screened windows on the top. The 16ft front will have brick on the bottom 30" to 36" with screened windows . The other 14ft side (looking out onto a patio) will have sliding glass doors.
The interior would include cedar beams.
The back of our house is brick and the roof will attach to the house and slope away from the house.
The floor would be a stamped concrete continuing to the outside patio of area of approx 150 sqft.
Please feel free to call to discuss further details.
Thank you, Rob
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