Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Nepean homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 19 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Nepean seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,210,000.00 with a per project average of $63,684.00.
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I have a very, very smal(think closet size) l 3 piece bathroom that requires a complete redo. This will require a complete demo, new drywall, sub-floor, tiled shower, custom glass door installation, minor electrical for lighting placement, plumbing rework(possibly), new sink, tolet, tiled floor, paint and installation of a pocket door.
We are original owners of a Claridge 15 year old home. We want to update both bathrooms, an ensuite 5x10 and a main 5x10. We have cushion floors and want tile or similar. Vanities and sinks are fine unless a frugal replacement (my wife likes) can be found. The shower tile in the ensuite must be removed as there is a mold problem showing through the caulking at the bathtub joint (it is also an outside wall). That caulking has been removed several times but mould returns. The floor in the main bath has developed a hump. Opinions are needed as to whether the whole floor needs to be torn out and repaired, or not. General upgrading.
Project 1. We have a roughed in bathroom in our finished basement that needs to be completed.
Project 2. Our Kitchen needs to be remodelled. This mainly involves moving the island and opening the kithen to the family room.
The house is approximately 6 years old
I will be seeking bids commencing 20 Apr 15.
If interested please respond via email.
I would need a quote to change a bathtub and faucet.
Tile work will be done by flooring company.
Your part of the work is take old bath out, put new bath in. Remove existing faucet (2 handle) and install new (1 handle) faucet.
Bathtub is currently 60 x 30 x 15, new bathtub will be 60 x 30 x 18.
Bath and faucet will be supplied by homeowner. Waste and overflow to be discussed.
As mentioned both the floor and tile tub surround will be done by flooring company.
Toilet will be removed before you begin work.
You might have to take out the first row of tiles to uninstall bathtub.
Basically you're just taking an old bathtub out and putting a new one in with a new faucet, no other prep or finishing work.
Demo bathroom but use existing footprint to install custom shower with tile and glass (no plastic pan), vessel tub, toilet and vanity, as well as tile floor and exhaust fan.
Require the job to to completed within one week once started.
Pictures of existing bathroom attached.
The subfloor under the toilet in my guest bathroom ((8ft X 10 ft approx) is in bad shape because of water damage. The toilet has leaked. I need this removed and then I need a new sub floor, new tiling, a new toilet and possible replacement of the standard size tub with a walk in Shower unit. I need an idea of costs, and when you could do such a project.
I'm looking for someone to do renovations on my kitchen and bathroom before we sell our townhouse.
Here is a description of the job:
The house was build in 1985, and located in Centrepointe, near Algonquin college.
- new counter
- new sink and faucet
- new cupboards or just reface doors
- lightning under cupboards
- new backsplash tiles
- new counter
- lighting above mirror
- tiles in bathtub
- new bathtub?
Here are someclick here looking to get a few quotes and start working as soon as possible. I'm not sure about the budget, but since I'm selling I'd like to keep costs to a minimum.
If you have photos showing before/after from similar jobs you've done that would be helpful. I'd be happy schedule a time to meet.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
My upstairs shower recently leaked through the ceiling into our livingroom. I've isolated the problem to be the tiles/grout. I'd like to remove the old materials and replace the tiles of the shower. It's a standard sized corner shower (for our townhome), enclosed by walls each measuring approximately 35"t; across (on two sides) and 16" across (on the two short sides). The door looks fine, as does the acrylic base.
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