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In total, TrustedPros has received 30 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in North York seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $533,000.00 with a per project average of $17,766.00.
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Bathroom in a condo, 190 sq ft, the old tiles has been removed, and the room is ready for reno, the bathtub and plumbing is in place, I am looking for someone who is detail oriented and takes pride in their work, i would like this job to start asap, please submit an estimate.
We are looking to renovate our main bathroom. It is on the second floor and is a pretty small room (approx. 5 1/2 feet by 6 feet).
Currently we only have a shower stall, but we are looking to add a bathtub. The whole room will be renovated though (adding a bathtub will require moving the heating vent). Plans are already drawn up, we just require someone who can do the work in a timely manner and with care so that we have no future worries.
We would like to renovate our bathroom upstairs, its approximately 30 - 40 sq feet, we want to basically gut it, tile, install new bathtub, maybe change the plumbing around and if the price is competative, we may want to extend the bathroom alltogether to double the size. We are looking for estimates and are prepared to provide the materials to cut the costs
We have an ensuite bathroom in our master bedroom that requires renovation. I would like to receive a quote and perhaps start the project as soon as we are agreed upon the terms. Also, I would like to receive the quote based on material and labour so it needs to be detailed. If possible I would like to choose the finishing materials myself and pay seperately so you need to be flexible.
Approx. Bathroom dimentions: 10' L x 4 ' W x 8' H
Please contact me for more details.
Average size bathroom in a condo. There was some mold in the cabinet attached to and below the sink that has recently been removed. A small section of the drywall and cabinet have to be replaced. The cabinet countertop is still there and would need to be installed on top of the unit. I have a cabinet maker in mind already.
Small fixes include removing a bidet unit attached to the toilet for a normal toilet cover and replacing a damaged towel rack.
Replace vanity in bathroom in a condo. Must be built in as space is only 59 inches wide. Many twists and turns so cannot get a ready made vanity around corners.Want in white or antique white, many drawers, one sink only that you have install with plumbing. Under mount sink no bowls Please dispose old vanity. No room for disposable in condo building.
2 independent projects, will consider bids on each one or both. Please let us know if you're from Newfoundland and we'll consider your response first.
1) Finishing a mudroom approximately 10x6'9". Requires insulating a back porch/mudroom and design/build closet / pantry in this room. The mudroom walls and ceiling have been insulated but not the floor. The mudroom is an add-on with a 2nd story room above, and is not on the original house foundation. We require insulating underneath the floor (outside) and ensuring the room has an adequate foundation. Also want to install a kitchen pantry and other storage/closet space. Also want to explore installing a small bathroom if there is space. We have ceramic tile and can handle painting.
2) Convert 3 separate, adjacent closets in 3 rooms into 1 closet for the master bedroom, and possibly bring out the wall about another foot. Dimensions of new closet would be approximately 7 1/2 feet wide by 4 feet deep. Currently the 3 closets are side by side, 2 closets are 39' wide x 2.5' deep; the third is bout 1' wide x 2.5' deep). Require all work to build new closet including closet design suggestions, drywalling where doors/trim are removed (no painting) and would like to move/retain the original closet door moulding and doors on the new closet, if feasible.
We are experienced DIY'ers and would like to participate in the work if possible in order to contain costs.
I Need To Remove my Tub In My Bathroom and replace it with a stand up shower how much it will cost to do. size of shower wall to ceiling H84 By D32 By W60 replace with shower and tile on wall and shower floor
Total room Sq ft 8 By 5 how much will it cost me to rplace tub with shower and tile floor and replace toilet it price is good will let u do it all
What do u think my cost may be need to budget need to start the job in on November 7th if this one goes well need to do other bathroom too.
I need to remodel two bathrooms, both are approx. 35 - 40 sf.; one is ensuite and the other is basement bathroom. For ensuite, I'd like to have shower, while basement one with tub. I'll need quote to include removal and disposal of all existing tiles, fixtures etc. I'd like you to quote labour cost only and I will supply all the tiles, fixtures, lights, accessories etc.
Updated: thanks for everyone reponded to my post already, I'd like to update my post to include all the renovation items I am considering, which includes:
1. Two 3PC bathroom as mentioned previously.
2. Paint the whole house (approx. 3,000 sf. including finished basement)
3. Replace all the doors and baseboard
4. Install new hardwood floor for main and 2nd floor, laminate for basement
5. Refurbish current stairs
6. Other misc. items
Please clarify your WSIB, bond limit, and licence by City of Toronto. I will email a detailed list of items for my renovation to selected firms prior to contacting you for a site visit/estimate.
I am open to handing the whole project to a general contractor, or handling it myself with individual trades.
Thank you all for your interest.
I am considering putting a stacking washer and dryer in the bathroom. A dry-walled wall would have to be cut so the w/d could be inset. Behind this wall is the furnace room. Plumbing would have to be done as the water supply is about 2 feet away but it is located in the furnace room so the flooring would not have to be cut. The dryer would have to be vented to the outside.
My laundry, located in the basement, is just under the stairs, where the furnace is. So the area is not large. I have an old sink, washer, dryer, furnace and unused stuff lke luggages, boxes, shoes etc. The tiling, the paint on the walls is old and not neat. There is a rack which holds tools box. I want to buy a new pair of washer and dryer, but before doing this, I am looking to have the room cleaned up and organized. I want a new sink to be installed, walls to be painted, ceiling and lighting to be organized, tiling to be redone, racks to be mounted etc..
I want to receive offers from registered/certified renovators.
I live in a condo I just bought-the condo is 21 years old; I have a small shower stall in my master bathroom and I would like to enlarge it so it covers all the wall. Along with this job I would like to modernize the pipes and change the wall and floor tiling. I would like to install a frameless shower door too. What is important to me is not cutting corners while keeping the level of work at a high level while also spending what is right and not overpriced. It is impoirtant for me that you keep your word, come to work on time and give me sugestions.
P.S-I live in North York
When we turn the shower on, the water is leaking through the opening at the bottom of the glass door. The water is then seeping into the tiles beneath and into the wall and door frame around it. One contractor said he would have to remove the bottom threshold and build a lower one. He also recommended getting a new frameless glass door for the shower. Can you give a price quote?
This is a 25 year old townhouse. The bathroom has suffered long term water damage around the bathtub area, and recently the ceiling of the room below has begun to show leaks. It's time to rip the entire bathroom out and put in a new one.
I'm unsure how the water damage will affect the renovation. There is some rotting of the dry wall around the bathtub.
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