Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other London homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 16 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in London seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,360,000.00 with a per project average of $85,000.00.
Please call me only if you:
- possess a copy of the recent Ontarion Building Code,
- are versed with the Code's requirements,
- can start building of the addition in October 2009.
The addition to be 32x12 ft, vinyl sidings, columns foundation, crowl space, gable roof (connected to the hip roof of the existing house).
One story Addition on our house. Approx 800 sq. ft Looking have design drawn up of our idea so it is on paper (we want to keep a copy). Also to get a quote for the work to be done.
We may only need the "shell" done (cement floor,walls,roof,siding,etc) and we can do the interior work.
Would like a quote to come do the drawing/plan and then a quote for the work
I am considering a second story addition and I am looking for
1) professional opinion on how to do that in the best way;
2) help with architect/engineered drawings for permit issue;
This summer, I would also like to reinforce the foundation to prepare it for the second story addition.
Your clients, Robert & Michelle are a well established couple with 2 Children ages 14 & 19. They have purchased a three bedroom house in a wonderful neighbourhood with the intention of adding to the homes square footage. The home is on a spacious corner lot with a generous side yard. Your clients are in their mid-fortys and intend to stay in this home throughout their retirement years.
The couple have decided that this renovate should take into consideration their needs in the future. Accessibility into the home and within the home should be considered. Robert and Michelle want to ensure all new construction and access to the home is wheelchair accessible but not obvious in any way.
Robert does some graphic design as a sideline. The business has grown in the past year and he now needs a permanent in home office with a separate outside entrance and good natural light. The office must have at least 8 of 30 deep counter space with shelves above for layout space. He also wants a large desk so he can have small meetings at his desk with clients. Allow for 2 extra chars and 2 two drawer high lateral files.
Michelle and Robert enjoy cooking and would like to enhance their small kitchen to support their passion. They realize the kitchen is the congregation centre of the house and wish to make it spectacular. The couple entertains often and frequently welcomes friends and family to their home so the house should be open and flexible.
They would like to take advantage of the large front and side yard with a porch and planting areas. Michelle likes to dabble in gardening when time allows. They would also like a double car garage added to the home preferably not as a main focal point of the faade.
During discussions with the family, Robert has mentioned his interest in green building and would like alternate methods and materials to be explored. Their eldest son will be studying Environmental Science at University and his enthusiasm for the subject has inspired the whole family to be more environmentally and socially conscious.
The basement is used primarily for laundry, storage and mechanical equipment. They would like to take this time to have the basement finished.
Robert and Michelles home furnishings have been collected over 25 years of marriage. Although they may choose to keep most of their existing furniture they have asked that you plan the spaces with the best possible furniture layout in mind. They will consider purchasing new furniture if their existing furniture does not work in the new plan.
Design an addition(s) complete with basement home must fit within the neighbourhood
Existing rooms can be reconfigured and/or relocated where necessary
The final house should have a easily accessible bedroom and a full 4 piece bathroom (includes tub, lavatory, watercloset and separate shower all barrier free)
The family room must support seating up to 10 people comfortably and be able to accommodate media storage.
Dining room must be set up for 6 but expand to 10 for parties
Existing kitchen is to be remodeled to be spectacular and allow for 2 cooks and guests to gather round and either watch or partake in food preparation
Main entry to be redefined and more welcoming (consider initial view from doorway)
Design the entire basement to include the following: laundry room, storage and workout room. Allow for furnace, water heater, sump pump, electrical panel and water turn off valve to remain in the same location.
A washroom in basement is not required but can be suggested.
A office on the main floor with separate outside entrance
A main floor laundry possibly near the main floor bedroom
Double garage to be included.
Curb appeal is desired in a contemporary style with an architectural influence. The main entrance is to be made the focal point
Wheelchair accessible main entry and all new renovated main floor. Not Obvious.
The existing first floor ceiling height is 8.
A porch should be added to the front of the home to make a connection with the neighbourhood
Your client has requested you include environmentally friendly building methods, materials and new products for both interior and exterior.
A contemporary design is desired but you must consider the neighbourhood.
A maximum construction budget of $300,000 is anticipated. There will be a separate allowance for furnishings (not required at this time). Robert and Michelle plan to purchase new furnishings if they better suit the new layout.
The house is a 1954 solid brick two story home.
We are looking for an aproximate addition of about 16 x 16 on the ground level of our home.
The purpose of this addition will be a kitchen, with the back entrance to the home. and a closet .
We are hoping to leave the current kitchen intact until the room is completed as we will be living in the home.
Finishing on the addition is fine with siding. Would like to conserve any of the brick removed from the addition space,
Issues may arise to do this project is that we have no way to get any heavy equipment into the back yard, due to the location of an above ground pool with deck and the garage. Equipment width may be limited to 36" wide.
We have a home that we would like to add a master bedroom onto. Our home is a 3 bedrrom up and 3 bedrrom down and the downstairs is rented out. We are looking to buy the home in the spring and put a add on to the back oif the house as the master. We do not want a bath just a walk with the bedrroml. We are hoping that we can just add on to the top of the house. The backyard already is on a hill and slopes down where the bedrrom would end. We also need two windows added to the other side of the home as we will be taking two away from the back of the home. We would also need a door for the bedrrom added on to the kitchen, and are looking at getting patio doors and big wiondows in the master
We would like an estimate so we can move forward with our mortgage, adding what the estimate of the add on would be as well. We are looking to start this project in late April early May.
We would need an estmate for the following:
Add on Master Bedrrom with Walk-in closet
Patio Doors and large windows for Master
Door added to kitchen for enterance of master
Two windows added to side of home
Thank You for your time
Any estimates welcome
We have a square ranch, that we want to build a second floor on.
I would like to find a company that would engineer a lift of the roof, build / frame the second floor, add stairs and possiably complete the exterior finishes - siding, trim, new eves and downspouts. Plus the demolition of the existing carport and replacement with a detached single car garage.
Hello my parents, who live in Komoka in a small bungalo, are looking in to expanding their house. My father is addament that it would cost more and be a bigger job if they were to add a second floor bedroom ( a good sized master, 1/3 the size of the main floor), then it would be to add 12 feet out the side (a gable extention). Is this true?
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