Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Newmarket homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 49 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Newmarket seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,482,000.00 with a per project average of $30,244.00.
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I currently have a partially finished basement in a Townhouse. I would like to have the basement finished. Items required to be completed :
Installation of Suspended Ceiling
Installation of Pot lights
Installation of drywall and taping of remaining walls that currently do not have drywall.
Installation of light fixture in furnace room
Installation of flooring (optional)
Installation of baseboards (optional)
Approximately 600 square feet residential property
One 3 piece bathroom (plumbing rough in already in place) with tile shower
Built in basement bar (wet or not depending on cost)
Entertainment unit area
Engineered hardwood as floors
Finish stairs with casings
House is about 4 years old
Basement is unfinished and has approx. 900 ft and will be empty and clean
We want to finish approx. 800 ft (there will be an unfinished room around furnace and water heater)
Basement is a walk-out with double, out-swing doors
Framing (a bathroom, unfinished furnace & storage room, walls, support posts)
Electrical (in-floor heating, pot lighting, outlets, switches, 3 wall scones, fireplace switch, TV cable and power for mounted flat screen)
Flooring (either cement or ceramic tile, one type of treatment for whole area, in-floor heating in some areas but not all)
Ceiling (approx. 20 pot lights, 2 pendent lights, access boxes to water and gas valves, dry wall or dropped)
Plumbing (roughed-in plumbing in the washroom area but need to run to other side of basement for kitchenette sink; washroom will be 3 piece sink/toilet and shower - needs outdoor venting)
Insulation (ceiling - high quality sound proofing and fire rated; walls possibility spray foam)
Cabinetry work (stairs area including a crawl space/storage under stairs, fireplace/shelving unit at entrance, trim out one steel post and box in electrical box)
Finishing work (paint, base board trim, door and window trim, ledger stone feature wall approx. 8 X 8 ft.)
Need professional drawings with quote
Want job to meet or surpass minimum Codes as well as obtain Town of Newmarket permits, as required
Possible cash job
Project to start approx. October 1/14 and be finished before Christmas
Basement is approximately 950sq ft. Looking to do framing, drywall, electrical, 3 piece washroom rough in for toilet, sink and shower. Insulation is installed already however I was told there is no vapor barrier behind it. Most of it is open concept, except the washroom and another wall to close off an area. Its a walkout basement.
Doors, floors, plumbing, stairs etc are not required for this project.
Property owner. Looking for estimates.
I just purchased a new home and want to have my basement gutted. I have plans to turn the basement into a legal basement apartment. However I don't have the funds to complete the project all at once. I also need to knock down a supporting wall with the possibility of requiring an egress window installation.
I would need someone that can gut the basement for me and put in a support beam so I can open the space up and divide it into a functioning unit. You must have knowledge of what is required building code wise of a legal unit with regards to egress windows. Example window size required for bedrooms ( light ratio per window size). I'm pretty sure I am aware of all the other requirements.
I would like to be able to do the framing and dry wall myself. As this would have to be down in stages. Due to funds.
I would require this ASAP. As I move in at the end of July.
The unit is a finished unit right now however it was completed wrong. 1x2 strapping with out any insulation. The size of the unit is 1100 square feet. Please provide me with a rough estimate of cost. And from there we can schedule a viewing to determine actual price.
I have a small middle unit townhouse in Newmarket and I need to finish the basement. The previous owner had drywalled about 60 percent of the basement. What still needs to be done and quoted on is listed below (please note aide not have the square footage so I will need someone to measure in person to provide an accurate quote):
I would like a quote on the following work to be done :
Drop/Suspended ceiling with Pot lights
Laminate flooring and baseboards installed
Create a storage space under stairs
Complete the drywall and insulation on the unfinished walls
I was looking to get a few estimates on finishing my basement. My house is about 6 years old and the basement is completely unfinished and my house is approx, 2500 square feet.
As I can appreciate that this may be a busy time for most contractors, I am open to either having someone come in to do the job in it's entirety, or doing some of the work myself to mitigate contractor's time and the overall costs.
Please feel free to contact me to arrange a time.
The basement is partially finished with wood panelling and a tile floor. I would like to receive estimates on updating/new design and the cost of take out a loading bearing cement block wall to enlarge the room.
The exisiting partially finished room is approx. 12' x 20'. The house was built in the 60's.
I just installed a gas fireplace, and must do a finishing for the area around the fireplace - in stone, likely.
thank you so much for considering my project. I look forward to your response.
All exterior walls already framed and insulated.
1. Fitness room
b. 4 wall socket
c. closet with light
a. 3 upper and 2 lower cabinet
b. Microwave cabinet
c. Granite tiles countertop
d. Bar sink
3. Power room
a. 2 Pcs (same place as rough-in)
a. Hardwood everywhere else
a. Oakcaps - stained chocolate brown
a. Approx 30 potlights
b. Electrical outlets as per code
a. 1 door with frosted glass inserts
b. All other doors standard
Fitness room: 11ft x 14ft
Open area closet: 5ft x5.5ft
Hot water tank room: 5ft x 7ft
Furnish room: 8ft x 11.5ft x 13ft
Power room: 9.5 ft x 6 ft
Bar: 14ft length
Basement overall dimension: 35ft x 40ft
Hello, we would like to create some walls along a portion of our unfinished basement. We own the house and it is our primary residence.
Wood framing preferred, with drywall and taping. We will take care of the paint.
Measurements: 7ft H, 40ft L - including a chimney alcove.
Also add 2 electrical outlets.
Work to be done preferably between January 24-30.
The following is for LABOUR only, we can discuss whether I get the material required myself for you and/or if you are to supply for additional cost.
To complete already existing roughed closet with rods and shelving. Install 2 small closet doors and all hardware required for existing opening.
Install flat door to back of closet(do not want drywalled as would like to use for add'l emerg exit)
Need to tile top and side of pre-fab shower unit, drywall is already installed
Cover openings to holes in ceiling drywall that were left open for electrical access boxes (2 openings) Ceiling is drywalled but 2 access points were left available in case of future need and these just need to be covered to blend with remaining ceiling
Repair and adjust transition flooring between basement bathroom and bedroom as well as transistion floor to basement work area and bedroom
Install a wall and a doorway (approx 6 ft including doorway) between basement work area and basement bedroom. (Currently this is an open hallway area in basement enterance to back room area)
All doors would require casing as currently just door openings no pre-existing doors and/or hardware
Medicine cabinet (already purchased) to be hung in bathroom
In addition, front screen door needs to be shimmed as does not close correctly, door is less than a year old
I live in a 10 year old Newmarket townhome. My square footage is 1683. I would like to have my basement finished.
I am looking at open-concept as the area is not very big (approx 840 sq/ft). Framing and drywall, drop ceiling, and laminate flooring. There is rough work there for a 2 piece bathroom. I would be looking for quotes with and without the bathroom being done as my budget is tight.
I am of course open to any recommendations.
Looking for professionals to finish our basement. Square footage of entire house is 2260 sq.ft. Not sure of the exact footage of basement. The basement walls are already framed and dry walled. Sub floor is already down. We need someone to come in and finish the ceiling, electrical, potlights, taping, priming and to do the washroom from scratch (incl. framing).
Thank you for your time.
We need a (wood) double gate built in a 3m space at the side of our house that opens inwards with a latch strong enough to withstand the weight of a 100lb dog if he chooses to push on it. It can be attached to the house, but will require a footing/support post installed on the 'fence' side.
We also are looking for estimates to complete walls/electrical/flooring in a basement room approx 115 sq foot - as a first step. We are leaving the ceiling open for the moment until we get the rest of the basement finished -- and we'd also like an estimate on completion of the rest of the basement (approx 900 more feet), including all ceilings and a bathroom with a shower.
Recently I bought a new house in Newmarket. My plan is to have a legal basement apartment, so you may help me in the following requests.
I need a legal survey of the property
Fully dimensioned site plan
Floor plan drawing of the basement
Fire resistance base on the requirements of Ontario code and Newmarket instructions
Electrical safety authority
Acceptance the all improvement needs in the process of legalization
Some indoor and out door repairmen such updating stairs, landscape and removing unload bearing wall
Please send your estimation concept and your time schedule which may be started in the beginning of September.
I live in Newmarket. My basement is finsih meaning already has 3 pcs batheroom, bed room laminate floor but all i need to do is:
1. put small kitchen
2. put wall to make extra room and need light and electric outlet in that room
4. move laundry from furnace room to a different place under stairs on same level.
5. 5 to 6 wall outlets. to hook up fridge, microwave, stove and regualr
let me know if you want to see first and give me price quote. I am not sure what else extra involve in this
for electric work i need certificate from perso who will be doing it.
1) Add One bedroom 12 x 12 with closet, add high quality laminate flooring;
2) Enclose furnace, add a door, leave furnace room unfinished;
3) add 3 piece bath, rough in already available and will likely not relocate roughed in plumbing, Use moderately to higher quality finish in bathroom; corner glass shower open to ceiling, I already have 65 sq feet of tiling for shower job for two sides of shower, add sink/cabinet unit with granite; add tile flooring
4) close off a hallway with door and wall.
5) lay floor tile in entrance of new area, perhaps under tile heating system (approx. 100 sq ft)
6) Add 9 LED spotlights in total;
Other) Outside walls are already insulated to floor; basement is 8.5 feet; may opt for high quality dropped ceiling look rather than stippled finish; house is 16 years old; no concerns re moisture; full length window in proposed bedroom area;
Kitchen and full washroom built, drop-tile ceiling replaced, window(s) up to fire-code (currently small), stairs relocated, 2-3 bedrooms built, half of basement dry-walled, flooring, basement of a 3340 sq ft home, half is finished except floor. I realized the budget stated below is in low range and will probably have to over.
Thank you for the estimates.
M2R Enterprises is expanding our service area in 2010 to encompass the entire GTA and surroundings so we are looking for reliable people capable of handling demolition, basic framing and insulation typical for finishing basements.
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