Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other London homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 59 Deck projects posted by homeowners in London seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $490,500.00 with a per project average of $8,313.00.
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One storey house with walk-out
Deck to be built off main floor
About 8' off the ground
Approx. 9' X 11' alcove covered by a roof; 8 X 16' to be in the sun - 8' out from the house with 16' along back of house and deck alcove
Want to use recycled sliding glass doors for rails - 2 X 8' for sides and 16 ' along the back
Probably pressure treated wood for the rest of the deck
Posts to be cemented into the ground
Need Building Permit
Start as soon as weather permits
I am looking for an estimate for a deck or patio. The approximate measurements are 26 feet wide x 16 feet depth. There are two patio doors at the back of the house - so we will need to do either steps coming down onto a low level deck/patio or walk out on deck with steps down to ground. The height of the steps required is 42" Height x 78" Wide.
The coverage we are looking for is approximately 400 square feet.
We are in the process of just trying to get a few quotes then we will decide which option may work best for us.
Thanks for your assistance.
My name is Conlan and I would like a beautiful deck at my home. I would like to the deck to be done in the spring of 2017 (april-may if possible). Please let me know if its too early to come by and give us a quote and help with a design idea.
Look forward to working with you, thanks!
I need a quote (ball park estimate) on the cost to build a 6 foot high pressure treated wood fence along three property lines, with 2 - 4' w x 6' h gates. In total there is 166 linear feet of new fencing to be installed (approx. 7 foot sections) with PT wood posts (approx. 24 - 6" x 6" x 12' PT posts). Something similar the fencing shown in the attached.
In addition I am looking at a 500 square foot pressure treated wood deck to the rear of my 2 storey home, basically just above ground grade. I would like half of the deck to be open and the other half (say approx. 280 square feet) to be covered (but left open along all sides). Something similar to the deck on the back of the house in this photo.
We have a 1 floor brick ranch with an awning over the front door. We also have a concrete porch 4 x 6ft, with 3 steps up. We would like to remove the awning and build a portico of some sort, maybe extend the square footage of the existing porch and add new railings. Wondering how much approximately this job would cost?
I am adding a new front deck with a roof. The deck is already done, I need stairs put on. The roof also needs to be done. I have to still cut my 6x6 colums to height, add the beams to the coloums and then attatch 4 prefab trusses. Then finish the outriggers to complete the framing of the project. I have a building permit already and most of the materials (including trusses). I just need someone to come in and finish the framing so I can get my second inspection. My name is Charles.
The house was built in 1963. We are updating the house, and thought the front of the house is a priority.
The reason is because the wooden posts are rotting, I can put my hand on the bottom, and the whole post moves quite easily.
The left side of the porch goes into the carport, and the wooden steps need to be replaced with something else as well.
We also have cracked cement, and a couple big holes of missing cement along the front side of the porch.
We were thinking of replacing the posts, resurfacing the entire porch to fix the cracks and holes, and possibly installing a railing.
Need to repair/replace a front proch built in 1923 of a 100+ year old farm house. The existing porch had a second floor room which we want to eliminate. This will involve either removing cement and plaster from the brick wall that was the interior wall of the second floor room or re-bricking overtop. Bricking for windows will need to be modified. One window was transformed into a door in 1923 and we will want this to be replace with a window again. The front porch encompassses two doors, one to the kitchen and one to the front foyer. We need to begin by understanding the building code and have rendering diagrams done. We need to know if we can design to incorporate the existing floor joists or rip it all down. Although we do not want to build until spring 2012, we want to prepare for winter because the structure was damaged last spring and is not stable. We need someone who is knowledgeable with the building code and can produce rendering diagrams as a first step.
House is almost 100 years old, we have lived there for the past 12 years and the porch has always been there. The railings on the stairs are in need of repair, along with some of the wood on the porch, especially on the east side, it also needs painting, but someone else can do that if you don't provide that service. The porch is wood and approximately 225 square feet.
We would also be interested in discussing whether the deck in the back (wood almost 8 years old) should have some resurfacing, it was pressure treated wood, but is looking pretty faded.
Need to remove and replace existing porch boards and supporting beams and joists.. Want to install new decking, add railings, and install four new load bearing posts. There is small covered porch structure sitting on existing porch that needs to be supported during replacement process. Approximate dimensions 24 feet across by 5 feet wide. Needs 4x 10" Sono Tubes installed to hold beam and joist structure.
I am looking for a quote on a job I would like done before the winter if possible. There was recently a car accident out front of my house which resulted in my front porch getting severly damaged. I am trying to obatain a quote for both the repair of the porch and a roof over the porch in line with the peaks of the house. There wasn't a roof before, but if we are going to replace the porch, we though it might be cost feasible to do both at the same time.
Thanks, hope to hear from you soon.
Construction of a patio, garden area, and walkway for a home approximately 3 years old.
The property is currently fenced and grassed.
The proposed patio and walkway amount to approximately 500 square feet. The garden area is proposed as a 8X10ft two tiered area enclosed by a 8" pre-cast concrete retaining wall.
I have drawings of the the proposed design.
Porch - approximately 19'-6" x 5'-2". Three 6x6 posts, 3-2x10 SPF beam, 2x6 porch roof rafters and 2x4 porch ceiling joists attached to existing house roof trusses, 2x4 framing over house beam to support roof rafters. The existing house roof has a 1:3 pitch and has to be kept as is from the ridge down to the bottom of the valley formed with the roof of the upper side of the house. From that line down and over the porch the roof pitch is approximately 1: 4.75 in order to keep the ceiling of the porch at the same hight as the actual house soffit.
Carport - approximately 24'-7" x 11'-7" along the end of the house, on the actual driveway. Uses the last post of the porch and has 7 more 6x6 posts: 2 attached to the brick wall of the house and 5 on the side. 3-2x10 SPF beam front and back , 4-2x10 SPF beam in the middle and 2-2x8 SPF on the side. The carport roof follows the house roof line but is 18" lower than the house roof: 2x8 SPF ceiling joists @ 24", 2x10 SPF roof rafters @ 24", 2x4 bearing wall on the middle beam and 2x12 ridge board. For the portion with lower pitch (~1:4.75) 2x6 SPF roof rafters shall be added.
Setback variance already approved and building permit application ready to be submitted.
Installing a deck on the front porch to a height of approximately 6" to allow my wheelchair bound husband to enter and exit the house easier. We will be getting a wheelchair lift that will be installed so that he can roll out of the house and right into the lift, down to the sidewalk. An existing ramp will be removed by us. The approximate size of the deck is 6' x 12' constructed out of PT wood.
In our backyard we have a deck and then a sundeck off one of the bedrooms over top of it. We would like to remove the sundeck and just have the one deck. That deck needs a few repairs, such as new stairs and railings installed. Do you do deck demolition/removal as well as building, and if so we would like to get a quote.
I currently have a PT wood deck. The highest part of the deck is approx 5-6 ft high and it is not a large deck. There are about 3 steps from the highest part of the deck that go down to another small area and then another 3 steps that go down to the patio. Rather than a wood deck, would it be possible to have a concrete type deck or porch installed?
Also, I have steps that go down into the basement from inside the garage. Is it possible to replace these wooden stairs with concrete and how much would this cost me? There are about 10-15 steps. Thank you.
10x10or 10x11 foot patio begins 6" from house so we can side at a later date
Stairs to come down parallel to doorway centred
Stairs with risers
No railings as my dad will do that
4x6 or 6x6 posts roughly 5' apart for patio area
Pressure treated wood preferred
Age of house 60-80 yrs old
Double driveway so ample room
Anymore information needed is available
Also I do have a rough drawing of what we r looking for.
I live in a new home, there is an empty lot beside me for easy access to my backyard, my lot is 30 ft wide. I would like a stamped concrete patio, approx 10 ft by 12ft that looks like stones and has curves (ie. not a rectangle). I would also like a step up to my sliding patio door (approx 1.5 -2 ft above ground)
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