Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Maple homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 22 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Maple seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $412,000.00 with a per project average of $18,727.00.
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Main bathroom complete renovation. Requires the relocation of the current tub and vaniety. Door needs to be shifted and a wall needs to be added to accommodate the tub on the opposite side the the washroom (where the vaniety currently is). With the shifting of the door the electrical needs to be moved to the opposite side as well. Change from a single to a double vaniety. Add potlights. New shower tiles and floor tiles. There is also a little laundry area in this space. I would like to add cabinets above the washer and dryer and a backsplash. The water supply lines need to be shifted down and/or recessed. The home is approximately 12 years old and the washroom is approximately 14' x 8'.
Here is approx. 1 week simple project we need to complete.
We need to install standard 60x32 bath tub into bath tub area, put tiles in the bath tub area, install new toilet and fan and paint walls. Vanity will be installed separately by another company later.
Our budget for this partial renovation is $5,000 total. We want to spend $2,000 on materials (bath tub, tiles, toilet, faucet and fan) and $3,000 on labor (estimated 5 days).
Here are details on materials and labor that we need to complete:
Materials and approx. price (we buy)
1. Acrylic bath tub 60x32x21 - $600
2. Good quality 1 pc. toilet - $400
3. Exhaust Fan with lights - $200
4. Tiles (for bath tub area) - $400
5. Faucet (with sliding pole)- $400
Labor required (including building materials)
1. Remove and dispose all existing bathroom components
2. Install new bath tub and tiles into bath tub area
3. Install drywalls as required and paint the walls
4. Install new toilet and exhaust fan
Detailed pictures of the bathroom and detailed floor plan is available here:click here reply if you you are interested to help us with this project. If possible, we want to complete this project during the week of August 25-29.
We have fixed budget and fixed dates (+/-). If you are available and can help with this project please call me after 7:00 p.m. and we can discuss all details.
Remove all tiles (floor and walls around tub)
Remove all fixtures (tub, vanity, toilet, built in medicine cabinet)
Remove the bulk head above bath tub
Supply and install green drywall boards
Install customer supplied new fixtures and tiles
Install customer supplied glass tub door
Vent the new fan out the roof and supply Panasonic exhaust fan
Supply and install heated floor
Supply and install four pot lights plus one in the shower
I would like to get price estimate for shower drain rough-in in basement for manufactured shower base and enclosure, and if the price is right I would like to get this done in January after new year holidays.
Currently I have 2 piece washroom (approx. 6' x 7' size) in basement including toilet and small vanity, and I want to add small ready-to-install shower, so I need drain pipe rough-in prepared under the base of the shower. I'm pretty sure that drain pipe exists right under the place where I want the shower to be installed, but cannot guarantee 100%.
If you would like to come on-site and provide price estimate please reply to this project and let me know when this can be done. I'm available any day after 5:00 p.m. or Saturday any time.
Hey, how are you? I just had a quick question. My family and I are trying to make out basement, renovate an unfinished basement. Our house is approximately 1700 square feet, and in our basement we would like one bedroom with a large basement and also a large bathroom. Tile is preferred through the open space and either carpet or hardwood in the bedroom. This house is 7-8 months old so from front to end contracting is required. I was wondering if I could get some sort of an estimate or if it would be better if you came and had a look, as I am not too sure of the measurements. We have had many renovations done to our old basement, at Our prior home but were not too fond of the quality of the job and lack of communication with the contractor.
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