Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other London homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 108 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in London seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,579,500.00 with a per project average of $14,625.00.
I have an upstairs bathroom with a full tub, has two walls. Faucets for tub are positioned on a 1/3rd wall. I require the wall to be extended to the ceiling, plumbing for the shower head, and tiling of all three walls. I also need an exhaust installed in the bathroom (possibly separate job?).
I am the property owner, am moving into the house July 2017, and would like work to start as soon as possible in August.
I have a rough in for a washroom in my basement and was wondering the cost to finish the plumbing, the drywall (we may do paneling), the floor (we'd supply the vinyl tiles) and install the shower/toilet/vanity (we'd supply all fixtures). I understand that costs will definitely vary depending on the nature of the exact work to do, but I am looking to get a rough idea. As well, what would be just the cost of doing the plumbing if we decided to do the flooring and drywall ourselves.
There is a toilet and a laundry tub in the room already. I'd like to have the laundry tub removed and install a shower instead and install a small sink as well. The room is small and the toilet is in the middle of it. It would be nice to move it to a different location if possible. That would allow to install a bit larger shower and a nicer vanity. If relocation of the toilet is not feasable then it will be ok to install the shower to where the laundry tub is presently. There is enough room to put on a 34x34 corner shower or a 34X 40 something rectengular one.
I am renovating a ground floor apartment in London, Ontario. Upon pulling up the old flooring I am finding a lot of problems with the walls coming away from floor. Someone has done previous work to the floor before, and made quite a mess of his patch work. All I want is a nice smooth waterproof floor that I can tile.
The bathrooms (2) are a surface are of 30 sq ft each, and I would estimate thee laundry room to be around 50 sq ft.
Installation of new bathtub and replacing ceramic tile floor.
Bathtub style: Premium by Maax.com (EXAMPLE):
Georgia 101636 or Columbia 101637
Age of house: over 50 years. Conditions of bathroom: regular.
Concern: I need to determine if current supply lines are in good shape. If not, new supply lines have to come out from vanity to be used in new bathtub. I need to remove all old plumbing drains and supply lines in exposed area.
PROJECT PHASES AND TASKS (suggestions TO REDUCE COSTS are welcome!)
Disconnect and Remove Cast Iron Bathtub
Remove wooden paneling from bathtub area
Remove bottom 3ft of plaster/drywall
Remove Ceramic tile floor and sub-floor
Remove all old plumbing drains and supply lines in exposed area
Remove floor of vanity cabinet to allow access to new plumbing drain and copper lines
Remove all waste material to dump
Frame bathtub wall for fixture and supply lines and to reduce opening to fit bathtub
Install new copper supply lines for shower
Install new ABS drain with p-trap
Install shower spout, shower head and fixtures
Install new 60" bathtub
Install water-proof gypsum board around tub
Mud and Tape as necessary
Fill cracks in walls etc…
Install new 3/4" sub floor
Install Ceramic tiles on floor (grout and seal to finish)
Replace thresholds and trim as needed
Install vinyl tub surround around bathtub
Caulk and seal all corners and seams and install trim where necessary
Have a roughed in bathroom.
Electrical: fan vented and installed, lights wired.
Plumbing: drains are done. Hot & cold is run, just needs to be placed for fixtures.
Drywall for walls and ceiling.
Tiling for shower and floor.
Vanity and sink install.
I am looking for a contractor that specializes in bathroom modification renovation. I have a daughter with Cerebral Palsy and needs special devices using the bathroom. As well, stair glides, ceiling lifts new installments for sinks and bathtub to knock down a wall to make a wide door. If u do free estimate please
contact me right away as i need this asap. March of dimes will be paying a percentage and we will be paying the other amount.
I have a rental and was looking into having tile removed roughly 36" x
60" and an economical floor tile and new toilet and vanity installed.
Nothing fancy just something durable as it will be getting lots of use.
do you have any questions I can answer and if you were to estimate how
much something like this would cost?
Currently - Bathroom empty. We have a plumber and electrician. Need drywall put up - shower built and tiled using a fiberglass base and sliding frameless doors installed, bathtub frame to be built for drop in tub and tiled, window to be replaced, floor tiled and baseboard put up. We will of course be supplying all products needed. In fact have already purchased a lot and have tiles picked out.
I have a bathroom reno job that was started but not completed. My old shower was removed, as was my toilet, vanity, and flooring. I need to have a partially completed knee wall removed and reconstructed, which will form one wall for a glass shower. I have purchased the new replacement items, including the tile. I'd like a competent renovator that can get the job done within the next few weeks, and at a reasonable cost, please.
Our bathroom is approximately 8 x 8 on the main floor. The house is about 60 years old. We just moved in 2 weeks ago and I noticed some problems in the bathroom that need repairing.
Work to be done and materials:
- new floor (it is uneven and rotted in places)
- new ceramic tiling (currently vinyl flooring)
- new vanity installed with quartz countertop
- new backsplash around vanity
- replace pocket door with real door
- replace drywall (leaking around window)
- new window installed
- new bathtub and plumbing
Would like quotes on the following project:
Complete 4pc Bathroom Reno (approx 4' x 10')
-replace vanity (6 1/2' w/single sink) with custom double sink vanity
- remove tile from walls
- remove tub surround & replace
- install exhaust fan - none currently
Im looking to change my bathroom. this is an older home, room is approx 6feet wide and 12 feet long, I wish to change where the entrance of the washroom faces out to the upstairs landing to add length to the room, move the tub down and then add a double/ full sink. I have tile from floor up the wall approx 4feet and it surrounds the tub as well. I would like to due this reno on as tight of a budget as i can. Thanks for any interest. or advice.
BATHROOM I bought a house, deal closing June 12. I need to have a tub removed and a walk in shower with safety rails put in. The tub area has recently been tiled in white and if possible these could be left and more tile added. If you feel you could estimate this job on the 15th or 16th of June and be preparred to finish the reno by July 15th please let me know. I will be taking three quotes only and making a decision immediatley after. The lowest bid will not necessarily be chosen. Quality, experience and references will determine my choice. See my other projects NEW ROOF and PAINT INTERIOR
Our bathroom needs immediate renovation. It is original to the house (1972) with a pink sink, towel bar and toilet paper holder. The toilet and tub are newer (white). The floor is very, very cheap laminate and the water has gotten underneath. We're not sure if this is because the floor seam is where you step out of the tub or if there is water leaking from the pipes inside the wall. We want to replace our vanity, get rid of our bathtub and install a large shower, replace the flooring and perhaps all the drywall in the bathroom. I don't think the drywall is the correct type for a bathroom. The paint is peeling from the ceiling and the fan doesn't seem to draw the air out. I'm not sure if the fan vents to the outside or just into the attic. We will need a design plan as we are a little stumped on what should go where. There will be wiring issues (we have aluminum wiring), plumbing may need to be moved, drywall replaced and maybe a wall moved. We are not sure of our budget quite yet but as this is the main bathroom in the house, we would like it to be as upscale as we can manage. I wish for online estimates only.
I live in a townhouse condo about 20 years old. When I first bought it there was a leak from the main bathroom going into the celing of the half bathroom. I have lived here for 14 years now and no sign of any leaks after they fixed it. I"m thinking in behind the walls there could be mold. We put a liner over the tiles so I want this all removed. The bathroom in the winter is freezing . I don't think they insulated the walls when they built the condo. I would like a new tub, Tile floors, Tiles on around the shower and a new sink.
Existing Shower area is approximately 8 feet high and about 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 feet (3 walls, one open)
Bathroom area excluding shower is about 8 feet in height and about 4 x 4
Would like shower to be enlarged to approx. 3 x 3 x 4 if tile stall option 2 is chosen.
Homeowner will supply all tile, fixtures. Contractor to supply drywall, grout, mud, glue, etc.
Ensuite bath reno, 12' x 10' area, currently 4 piece with acrylic tub and shower, ceramic floor, marble surround on tub and vanity house built 1984 with some renovations to bathroom 12 yrs ago. Wish to enlarge shower possible tile with glass. new vanity with durable top, new tub (soaker) or possibly new technology, add linen closet or cabinet, new flooring (tile) some lighting changes may be required.
Two storey home, Also wish to replace vanity and sink, fixtures and new glass doors to ceramic fub shower in main bathroom. single sink and vanity ) Shedule of work for 2013, would like design advise.
We are looking to renovate an old 70's bathroom.
The biggest part of the job we need help with is removing the current tub which is standard length and width with a shower and replacing it with a new tub, preferably 21 - 22 inches in depth and keeping the shower.
If possible we would like to keep the old tile as it is around the whole bathroom and we are going to have it painted.
We would also like a few pot lights installed instead of lights over the vanity.
We've already selected a vanity.
We are interested in renovation a bathroom.
Replace all fixtures (toilet, tub, vanity/sink) and lighting. The home is about 30-35yrs old. The plumbing and electrical will need to be re-worked before installing new fixtures.
Do you offer a free in-home estimate? If yes, are you available on July 6th or 7th?
Ideally, we would like the project to finish within 5 days and can start as early as August 2nd 2012
Thanks and I look forward to your reply.
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