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In total, TrustedPros has received 23 Ceiling projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Ceiling Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $131,500.00 with a per project average of $5,717.00.
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-this is from water damage from upstairs bathrooms
-living/diningrooms and front hallway to be repaired so it doesn't look patchy
-would like a quote on popcorn ceiling and flat texture ceiling
-the area would have to be scraped first since it was previously painted
-please quote on 1000 sq feet
-I will want the dining room ceiling replace due to possible mould isses
-this is a townhouse about 20 years old
-please quote on clean up of area also
-I expect you will be moving furniture also
I have a kitchen renovation project in Oakville. Currently kitchen have a popcorn ceiling (9' x 10') and a small section of the ceiling on top of the gas range shows an uneven drywall (like a bump) that need to be fixed as part of smoothing ceiling.
I'm open to following solutions as long as it does not cost a fortune.
1) Replace the ceiling drywall ready for paint
2) laminate ceiling
3) Remove popcorn ceiling ready for paint
I am looking forward to hear your suggestions and your price quote for this job.
P.S.: Please see attached pictures
House is approx 10 years old. Ceiling is currently builder stucco and light fixture is not positioned in the centre of the room... it needs to move approx. 5 feet. We'd also like to remove the stucco and have a textured ceiling. Dining room is 20.5 feet x 12 feet. Please submit online estimates.
I had a leak in the master washroom and the water went through the ceiling of the living room downstairs. The leak has been fixed but I a looking to remove the old stucco ceiling and replace it with a flat ceiling with 6 pot lights. I am quite certain there is mould in between the two layers so it will need to be sprayed with anti-mould before putting the new ceiling up.
The room size is 12ft x 16ft and I am looking at getting the job done soon.
We have a 14 x 16 family room that we are planning to take down and replace the ceiling ( to get rid of popcorn ceiling and add pot lights)
We are considering 2 options :
we could remove the ceiling and hire someone to replace the ceiling with dry wall, tape, mud and sand.
or we could remove the ceiling, dry wall and hire some to tape mud and sand.
could you please provide quotes for each and advise how soon you could have someone available to do the work.
Please provide estimate for the following scope of work
Scope of project:
1)Installation of coiffered ceiling, painted with crown mouldings in family room (20 ' x 15') and upstairs hallway (26' x 10')
2)Installation of pot lights (approx 12 to 15) in upstairs hallway (inside coiffered ceilings)
3)Replace and upgrade existing kitchen backsplash tiles
4)Install under lighting under kitchen cabinets
Online estimates must be provided prior to any site visit. Thanks to all for your time and estimates. Only responses within parameters will be contacted.
Description: repair/replace ceiling plus install crown moulding plus box in old style window curtain valances.
House: 2 story residential house approximately 30 years old.
Item 1: repair/replace ceiling.
The living room and dining room are essentially 1 large room. The dining room is approximately 10.5 feet by 12.5 feet. The living room is approximately 12 feet by 12.5 feet. The ceiling is drywall with popcorn (I think that what it's called) blown on i.e. it is not the smooth drywall ceiling.
The problem: there is a slight depression in the popcorn drywall ceiling, running the width of the living room which is too noticeable, that my wife says needs to be repaired/replaced.
item 2: provide and install approximately 84 linear feet of crown moulding around the perimeter of the living and dining rooms.
item 3: There are old style window curtain valances over the dining and living room windows. I would like these boxed in. The living room valance is 12 linear feet long and the dining room valance is 10.5 linear feet long.
I need to have my livingroom ceiling repaired to look perfect.
Last week I removed (scraped) old popcorn stucco from my living room ceiling and had an electrical company install potlights.
Now I require someone to make the ceiling look perfect by skim coating, priming and paiting it.
My room is 10' x 18' and there is minimal dammage.
My roughly 50 year old house in Oakville has a living room stucco ( stipple? ) ceiling that has several cracks that appeared since we got new windows approx 6 years ago. The irregular shaped ceiling is approx 12 feet by 18 feet. Thre are 6 cracks altogether that need repair. We will be selling the house in the next year or two so I'm not looking at extensive repair.
We recently removed a wall between our living room and dining room, resulting in a larger combined living/dining room. We also removed a wood burning fireplace in the living room that was installed by the previous owner many years ago. The two areas that we worked on have been repaired (new drywall/drywall mud) but the entire ceiling now needs to be re-finished so it is all even. The total area is about 400 sq.ft. We are leaning towards a knockdown finish. I will be installing ceiling moulding around the room once the ceiling and other work has been completed. The house is a raised bungalow, built in 1967.
Looking for an experienced contractor to remove popcorn (textured) ceiling and complete ceiling with a smooth finish. The current ceiling has never been painted. The main floor is open concept. Total sq/ft is approx 550 sq/ft. Very important that the work is done in a clean, professional manner. Floor is handscrapped hardwood and want to use a contractor that is considerate regarding the mess this job will create.
We had a roof leak in late 2016 in our en suite Bathroom. This caused water accumulation in the ceiling area and caused the drywall to sag considerably. We have replaced the roof since, but need help fixing the ceiling area (remove old one, use anti fungal, re-insulate, and re-drywall). We are fine with just using primer paint to finish it. Note that this bathroom has it's own self contained attic area, so it hasn't affected the main house. Also, when we replaced the roof, we had an exhaust vent installed for a fan. We would be looking for the chosen contractor to supply and install a quiet bathroom fan as part of this project.
Hello- Looking to remove the popcorn ceiling in our house. May break it up by floors depending on time and cost.
Floor 1- approx 600sq ft, floor 2 approx 900 sq ft. Understanding these are aproximates, I'm only expecting the same level estimates and I will be looking to firm up the numbers in the next gate.
Water damage resulted in a hole in the ceiling with damage to the stucco. This was spot repaired and the whole ceiling repainted. The area where the repair was done is still visible. Would like to either have stucco repaired so the damage is not visible and the whole ceiling matches or possibly remove stucco. Time frame for this job is flexible.
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