Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other London homeowners have planned for their Ceiling projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 21 Ceiling projects posted by homeowners in London seeking the services of local Ceiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $125,000.00 with a per project average of $5,952.00.
We are currently renovating a home we bought in London, Ontario. We have had electrically work done in our recreation room and the electrician has had to make a lot of holes to feed new wires. The problem is that it is a stipple ceiling and once the repairs have been completed, we are either looking at having the stipple removed altogether or have it restippled. We also have a small patch in the living room that needs restippling because of a minor repair.
Is this a costly thing to have done or is it comparitable to having it stripped of the stipple and just painted.
Hi we have a ceiling in a bedroom in a residential home that is leaking, there is a crack in the ceiling and it may be a roofing issue - we would like the leak fixed. It's not a huge leak but water is coming in so we're not sure how extensive the repair needs to be. Someone with both drywall experience and roofing experience would be ideal. Thanks! Free estimate required.
Approx 800 sq feet, sections divided by rooms, and bulkhead. Staying on the cheaper end when choosing a tile. House is 45yrs old. There are a few obstacles which include plumbing, junction boxes and an air conditioning line which protrude lower then the floor joists. None of those are lower then 3.5" so hanging the drop ceiling to 4" below floor joists would be perfect. Also the basement windows are boxed in with plywood. I am not sure what else to write up. Looking for a contractor I can trust.
Total area of ceiling needing attention is about 100 sq. ft. above cooking area of kitchen. At present spray texture celing needing sall area (2 sq. ft approx) repair due to water damage, (roof leak last year), plus some other sea cracks and uneven due to reno done 2 years ago.
Open to ideas: reapair and new texture (would have to match with adjacent hallway and dining area ceiling,
Or, perhaps replace area at issue with new smooth surface drywall for better cleaning in kitchen area,
Or, perhaps install tin ceiling or similar suspended or over the cooking area which would be framed somehow to seperate but coordinate with adjacent area not changing.
Northwest London area (Whitehills)
Please contact via e'mail if interested to visit/quote and able to complete job in a timely manner, or call weekdays and evenings.
I have 2 small holes (4"x 6") in the living room ceiling that originally were from a water leak. The leak has been repaired but the holes need repair. There is some black substance around the larger of the holes. Could you give me a quote as to when and how much it would cost to repair. I will be repainting when all is done; however, the ceiling has a textured surface, so it would need that too.
I await your responses.
House built in late 1940's, after significant renovations to roof and foundation my living room ceiling needs major repair.
The ceiling currently has a spackled finish, but it is cracked and has water damage from previous roofing issues.
I suspect that the ceiling in part or in full needs new drywall.
I am looking for a competitive quote.
I also have a basement that I am in the process of finishing. I need a wall and door put into the basement, as well as some drywall in the basement entryway.
We had a leak in our ensuite bathroom shower due to which water leaked through the ceiling on the floor below. The leak has now been repaired. However there is a hair line crack in the ceiling approximately 1 feet long and a bit of water stains. Need an estimate to repair and fix it so that it does not look damaged.
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