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Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Markham homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 41 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Markham seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,934,500.00 with a per project average of $47,182.00.
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Construction of new office space approximately 2,162 sq.ft. in the Richmond Hill area, including civil, mechanical, electrical and finish work. Must be in turnkey condition at job-end for new Tenant. Drawings submitted for permit. Anticipated completion date November 15 - 30, 2014.
Posted By: Marla | Budget: $50,000 - $100,000
upstairs+ new bedroom over the garage, move bathroom to be between additon and existing bedroom, old bathroom turned into a laundry room. The master bedroom on-suite to be extended and install a bathtub & redesign.
main floor + remove a wall to make one grand living space plus dining area, new tiles needed in the hallway and kitchen, new cabinets for the kitchen, removal of mold from a leak in the upstairs washroom.
We renovated about 4 years ago & we have had nothing but problems ever since. We desperately need a well respected & professional contractor to do the work. If Bryan can not do the work, then we would like him to over look the work or highly recommend someone. The first main problem is the mold going down the wall from the upstairs main washroom to the basement. Our contractor forgot the cock the bathtub drain with plumbers cocking and all the water ran down the walls causing a major mold problem. The second problem is some of our tiles have cracked on the main floor and the floor is not level. I spent about one month on my hands & knees trying to make it look level. The house is about 27 years old and my dream has always been to remove one wall to make the house an open concept. The house is about 2200 square feet in total.
Posted By: Jeanette | Budget: $50,000 - $100,000
1) repair to sliding door, panel/trim is loose and stopping door from opening/closing
2) increase water flow to private toilet and sink
3) prepare pipes for connection to new dental chair being installed (air, water, exhaust, etc)
4) mount 17 inch tv on ceiling
5) install horizontal water tank OR hybrid system, or tankless water tank
6) fix halogen light not functioning
7) connect dental sterilizer water hose to drain pipe for drainage
Pictures are available for review. Please send quote.
Posted By: Rahim | Budget: Uncertain
It is a 24 year old house that is approximately 2,500 sq. feet. The project entails:
1) Replacing existing carpeting in family room, living room and dining room with hardwood floors.
2) Removing ceramic tile in foyer and replacing with the same hardwood flooring.
3) Replacing carpets on stairs and on second storey (hallway and bedrooms)
Painting most of the house interior
Remodeling large brick fireplace in family room by trimming down existing brick and adding a wooden mantle etc.
Posted By: Joan | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
Opening a hair salon (900 sq. Ft.) in Markham. unit is brand new and completely bare. Would need services including HVAC, electric, plumbing, drywall, partition walls, millwork etc. Have a floor plan readily available to specification. Want to start ASAP. Ideally would like the business to be open by end of August/ beginning of September.
*Only looking to work with reputable companies.
Posted By: farhan | Budget: Uncertain
1. Replace 2" x 6" x 6'3" 3 frame studs;
2. Level structural metal post (the length of the post is about 6'3"), has to be moved about 1-2 cm; The post is not attached to the concrete base/foundation wall;
3. Repair the sill plate, just for the dry walling job later on;
4. Install helical ties (heli-ties) about 20 of them;
I am looking for the real professional, with references, and required licensing, who can do the job him(her)self, listens to the customer requirements and has realistic price for this job. The job itself should not take more then 2 hours and I can help if required.
Knowing and have experience with heli-ties installation is critical.
Posted By: Mark | Budget: $100 - $500
Older Sidesplit Home
When providing ballpark estimate please do so per each heading I listed below
measures 17 x 12
Looking to add the following ;
Ceramic tile throughout kitchen area
New Cabinet installed - assistance with design/layout - would like the following finishing ; granite countertop, backsplash
Current Vent may need to be moved based on new design/layout
Current hardwood removed and new installed
Interested in maple hardwood installed
Living Room - 24 x 13
Dining Room - 13 x 12
Family Room - 18 x 13
Master Bedroom 17 x 13
Bedroom - 11 x 11
Bedroom 13 x 12
Hallway - Approx 2 x 6
Install Hardwood Stairs - Only 4 Steps -Railing needs to be changed to wood
Install Ceramic Tiles - approx 5 x 4
Install new vanity / toilet - install ceramic tiles - add vent
install ceramic tile, soaker tub , toilet ,new vanity ,
I am also looking into the possibility of getting all the trims changed - baseboard-doors and windows
Please contact by Email since I am at work from 8 - 4
Posted By: Van | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
1 Living Main 11.09 x 20.44 French Doors Combined W/Dining
2 Dining Main 15.52 x 11.09 Combined W/Living Picture Window
3 Kitchen Main 12.14 x 21.72 B/I Dishwasher Greenhouse Kitchen
4 Family Main 18.14 x 11.71 Floor/Ceil Fireplace French Doors
5 Sunroom Main 17.26 x 11.38 Skylight W/O To Yard
6 Master Upper 19.00 x 12.07 W/I Closet Ensuite Bath
7 2nd Br Upper 10.01 x 14.04 Broadloom Closet
8 3rd Br Upper 11.09 x 11.09 Broadloom Closet
9 4th Br Upper 11.12 x 11.12 Broadloom Closet
i need it to look great as i intent to sell and buy another place something that shows well i recon the windows also need to be done as well as some doors if you could give me a rough estimate i am out of the country and will b there in june my home is rented out till june as soon as the tenents move out i can start asap
Posted By: sue | Budget: Uncertain
Approx 4500-5000sq ft
Needs full renovation
Tear down whole interior
Keeping exterior foundation
Drawing provided and is approved by city
Need the following:
Extension for new garage
New Windows and doors
Complete interior renovation
Posted By: Wing | Budget: $250,000 - $500,000
We would like to remove a wall between living room and family room to connect them. The wall seems to be non-load barrier.
The family room floor then need to be re-do with new hardwood floor to match the living room.
Also, there is a wood-burning fireplace that we would like to convert to gas with new look rather than the existing bricks to let us install a TV on top.
Posted By: Farid | Budget: Uncertain
Hi, I recently purchased my new home and am in two minds about moving my washer and dryer from the main floor to the basement and use the space (about 6 foot wide x 8 feet long) as mud room since this room is also connected to the garage access door. Given that I have 3 young children I was wondering if it would make sense to put a closet instead of having the washer/dryer there? Should I get the builder to do it or is it cheaper to do it after we move it by hiring a contractor?
Posted By: Frida | Budget: $500 - $1,000
I am in the process of buying a house that will need a lot of work! The papers have not yet been signed and I am trying to determine affordability in fixing many of the deficiencies of the house. These are a few of the things I will need done:
- basement is partially finished and will need to be stripped d/t mould found on some walls
- 2 basement windows need window wells and proper drainage. currently, there's none which may be contributing to water leaking in the basement
- exterior window sills are rusted and i want these all replaced with stone sills. there's about 4 windows at the front of the house, 1 side window, 1 back window, 1 bay window, and 3 basement windows. all windows will also need to be replaced as they are currently all rotted and inefficient
- the grading around the house is quite flat and so will need to be regraded to ensure drainage away from the house
- mould remediation in the basement
- there are no vents in the 2 washrooms upstairs...those would need to be put in.
- gutters are still in good condition but will need to be straightened in some areas
- roof is still in good condition but need a bit of maintenance such as fixing flashing
- backyard deck is rotted and needs to be removed and replaced. size is approx 5ft by 10 ft.
The house is 2300 sq. ft...excluding basement. I know it's hard to provide an unseen quote but I need it in order to determine my budget. I guess I'm looking for a general contractor who can do the abovementioned work...and I'd like to get a ball-park quote.
These are the other items that i'd like completed afterwards:
- walls are not even/smooth...so some areas will need some mudding and sanding
- painting the following rooms - living room, dining room, family room, hallway on main, hallway on second floor, 4 bedrooms
- all baseboard and door trims need to be replaced and painted
- at present, the kitchen has laminate flooring..would like this area tiled with ceramic
- kitchen cabinet replacement
I'm sure there's more but these are things I'd like completed...but the 1st list is priority.
Posted By: Lovelle & Van | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
I am removing a structural wall from my 28 year old home. I will be replacing it with a steel beam. The beam will be mounted so it fits flush with the existing ceiling. The ceiling joists will need to be cut on both sides of the wall being removed. You will have to bolt wood planks on each side of the beam. The beam will be pre drilled according to the engineer&squot;s drawings. Once that is complete the ceiling joists will need to be attached by joist hangers. I will be using steel poles on both ends to support the beam. They will be installed right in the wall. When complete, it will look like the wall never existed. Before any of the work above can begin, I need you to build temp. wall supports. I will supply on the materials.
I am looking for a carpenter who can do the work in the next 2 - 6 weeks. I only want those who have done this type of work to give me a quote for labour only. Please include in your quote the time frame you think this will take. I also need you to be licensed, have liability, guarantee your work & provide me with a contract. I do have a permit with the Town of Markham & all work will be inspected by the Town.
Posted By: Jeanette | Budget: $500 - $1,000
Want to find someone to give us advice and remove the load bearing walls (3-4) in markham. The main floor is approx 1500 sq feet and looking to make my 35 years home into an open concept. Need to do floors and new kitchen. Budget 30000. Will need someone with a team working for structural engineering and permit.
Posted By: maria | Budget: $20,000 - $50,000
My parents bought an old house in markham,.
Its a bunglow.
they want to do the following:
->Expand washroom in basement by building stand up shower with tiles and glass door
->since the washroom is next to the water heater, it require the water heater to be moved next to furnace
->hardwood floor in the house
->tiles in the kitchen with backsplash
->relocate fridge and stive - will require relocating wiring and building new exhast for the stive
->break kitchen wall to create open concept
->will require to move return air to another wall since the existing return is located in the wall where we want to break..
->Create new washroom, stand up shower with tiles and glass door and sink for my grandmother's room as we want to have separate for her.. but has to be built in a certain way so that down the years it can be sold
->Break a wall next to the master bedroom to open up the room that connect to another bedroom.
->build a walking closet with siding mirror doors
->If budget permit place a skywindow
Posted By: Ross | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
Repair a Load-Bearing Post
One of the wooden load bearing post is bent and I see a few cracks in it. I was wondering what would it cost to repair this.
My suspicion is that the concrete footing that the post is on is sinking (I think) because I don't see any damage on the wood (ie rotting).
Please let me know how much it would cost me to repair the above.
Posted By: fast | Budget: Uncertain
We would like to add shed dormers on the front and back of our one and a half storey house (I think it is cape code style). There are currently 2 bedrooms and one bathroom in the half storey and it is approximately 500 sq. ft. The addition of the shed dormers will increase the square footage to approximately 1000 sq. ft., giving space to create 1 master bedroom with 3 pc ensuite, 2 bedrooms and an additional 3 pc bathroom.
Info. about the house:
-The interior dimensions of the main floor is approximately 35 ft. in width by 25 ft. in depth.
-The house was built in 1954. We moved into the house 2 months ago, therefore we have limited knowledge of the previous renovation projects. With that said, I am not sure if the ceiling joists/floor joist for the upstairs require upgrading.
We are looking for an estimate for the project.
Posted By: David | Budget: Uncertain
3 music studios:
Each studio 18' x 24" - 10' ceilings with 5/8" drywall.
Only 2 walls required in each studio (other 2 walls are existing) so 42' x 3 = 126' of finished walls ready for priming.
2 quotes please - one with sound reduction and one without.
Posted By: Gary | Budget: $1,000 - $5,000
I would like to knock down a wall that two rooms share in the living room area and convert it into one large room
I would also like to knock down the wall of the walk in closet for the Master Bedroom. This side of the wall is shared between the walk in closet and Master en suite bathroom. This way I have a smaller walk in closet, but more space for the bathroom
Posted By: Chris | Budget: Uncertain
Would like one interior basement wall opened up or removed depends on structure & 1/5 wall removed depends on structure. Would like quote on exterior French door and a few windows added.
Also would like a quote on 1 interior french door to be inserted.
I am moving into this address in two weeks and have a painter coming in so I would like this done asap
Posted By: Shelleyl | Budget: $1,000 - $5,000