Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oakville homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 62 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $561,000.00 with a per project average of $9,048.00.
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9 year old house built by Fernbrook. Hallway, dining room and family room all run as a common are of 600 sq ft plus den of 120 sq ft plus living room of 170 sq ft.. Original carpet and undepad to be lifted and disposed of. Flooring with follow painting/crown molding project and new kitchen counters.
Looking for someone to lay hardwood floor.
Prep work is already done.
Space is 540 sq feet.
The floor that i need installed is 8" Oak Wide Plank Hand Scratched 3/4" thick.
Hardwood floors will be ready to install Thursday/Friday this week.
Need to see a couple of pictures of previous jobs.
Let me know
I own a townhome and have 2 rooms I would like to place hardwood in.
My house is 4 years old and I am the original owner.
There is carpet currently in the house. I am open to what type of flooring to use, but do not want laminate.
The First room is 10' x 20'
Second room is 10' x 15' and is situated on the ground floor with a walkout.
PROJECT: Replacing a second floor carpet, about 850 sq/ft in Oakville. Hardwood has not been bought yet.
We like to have estimation on installlation, carpet removal and disposal.
If interested, please provide rate of installation and let us know if your company also sells harwood. We have received quotes on Bruce, but we are looking for gold acacia or similar look.
We would like to install hardwood flooring on our main floor including kitchen. Ceramic tile and carpet must be removed. Approximately 650 square feet. Would like to have project done in the 3rd week of July if possible. The house is 8 years old, the current flooring is original builder grade work.
Hi - looking for quotes for specialized professional hardwood fllor installers for Hardwood floor installation and new baseboards only.
Please, no handyman, unless proven extensive hardwood flooring experience.
1065 sq feet in total.
Installation over 5/8 OSB. Due to a few squeak, may require some boards to be taken up, glued and rescrewed
Feet Inches Feet Inches
Main floor Dining Room 12 4 X 18 5
Family Room 12 4 X 17 2
Lower stair landing 4 X 3
Upper Floor Master Bed 17 10 X 14 1
Master Bed closet 8 X 4
Bedroom 2 10 2 X 12
Bedroom 2 closet 4 X 2
Bedroom 3 10 X 11
Bedroom 3 closet 4 X 2
Upper Hallway Closet 4 X 2
Upper Plant Ledge 5 X 3
Upper Landing 7 7 X 4 8
Upper Hallway 11 3 X 3 4
Some sections boarder kicthen / front entre Marble inlays (span of approx 17ft) . May need matching trim / reducer etc.
Aproximately 350 linear feet of baseboards; inlcuding Powder rrom; Front hallway and Kitchen
Havent decided on 5" versus 3.25 inch hardwoord, so please quote on both and please separate breakout of hardwood installation versus Baseboards
Owner to remove all carpets and old baseboard
Owner to provide new hardwood flooring.
Owner to buy and paint baseboards
Most furniture will be moved away on room by room basis, but may need some help with heavier items.
I have to replace old parquet flooring which we will be taking out next week with 6" white oak flooring. This is going on a second level of a renovated home with a staircase that is curved. We need to lift the nosing as the hardwood that is being installed is much thicker than the original parquet. It is a curved nosing on one side about 8 feet and other side about 7 feet. Please quote me price for this type of job.
Looking for someone to remove the existing carpet on my staircase and have the stairs redone by installing wood panels.
There are 17 stairs in total. I would also like to paint the railing white. There are 30 beans/joists in the railing - not sure of the terminology but would also like to consider painting them white.
If someone could provide me with a quote for redoing the stairs with and without the railing then that would be great.
I am ready to stat the work yesterday!
We have a medium sized kitchen area of 220 sq ft that has ceramic tiles. We want to have either hardwood or laminate installed, soon as I can find a closer match to the hardwood we currently have elsewhere (having problems matching so far) I probably/possibly will take out the ceramic myself for this job.
Small kitchen requries a new counter tops, backsplash, upgrade existing lights plus install new ones over the kitchen countertop. Remove carpet and install either hardwood or engineering floor.
My budget is in the range from $5,000 to max. $10,000, that included materials, labour and taxes.
Please provide me a quote for laminate installation for 500sqf area. This area includes all the stairs and second floor of a row townhouse in Oakville. Quote should include price for carpet removal and all/any required furniture move. I can buy the laminate from you if get a good price.
small condo laminate floor installation on the ground floor . Removal of carpet and install in living and bedroom area which is about 550 square feet. Baseboards will also need to be installed. Looking to have the work completed in between December 4 and Decemeber 10th, I am flexible.
Note that the condo is currently occupied by tenants and going to see the place in person is very limited.
have several jobs that need to be done but the first one involves flooring, including some sub-floor or floor joist repair work.
I am looking for an estimate on replacing the hardwood on my main floor with an engineered hardwood or similar product (I'll provide the product, unless you can get a good price). The area that needs to be replaced covers approximately 500 sq. ft.. It includes a dining room, a living room, a hallway, and two 5-step sets of stairs. The stairs need some work as they are poorly installed (the tops of the risers don't sit flush with the floor - you'll have to see it as it's difficult to explain). Also, the floor is not perfectly level so either the subfloor needs some repair/leveling or the floor joists need some repair. The base boards need replacing as well. The home is about 21 years old.
I bought this home recently and there are about a dozen VERY poorly-done renovations completed by the previous homwowner that need fixing. Most of the fixes require carpentry/framing and some finishing and drywall work. I'm looking for the right individual or team that I can potentially work with over the next 18-24 months to fix all of these problems.
If you have at least 7 years of experience, are business and trade licensed, have references, and are (ideally) a BILD member, I would like to set up a time to meet with you so that you can inspect the project and provide an estimate on this job.
Tiling - remove old tile, install new 12 x 24 inch porcelain tile and re-install existing baseboard. Customer will supply own tiles, grout and ditra.
Kitchen: 19.32 x 11.68
Laundry: 6ft 2€ x 10
Foyer: 6ft 4€ x 6ft 4€
Foyer Closet: 5ft 5" x 2ft 4"
Powder room: 4ft 10€ x 4ft 10€
Hardwood flooring - remove old solid hardwood, install new solid 3 1/4 oak hardwood, re-install existing baseboard. Customer will supply new oak hardwood only.
Living: 12.01 x 10.83
Dining: 10.99 x 9.51
Family: 15.49 x 10.99
Hallway 1: 12 ft 7 x 5 ft 10
Hallway 2: 5 ft 5 x 5 ft 7
-Take out existing railings and install them back
-Sand, stain and varnish staircase (total: 15 steps)
-Sand, stain and varnish stringers. (total: two sides)
-Install new iron spindles (total: 92 spindles)
-Sand, stain, varnish and install existing railing (total: 40 feet)
-Install, Sand, stain, varnish and new 3/4 inch straight nosing (total: 24 feet)
-Install, Sand, stain, varnish and new 3/4 inch curved nosing (total: 6 feet)
-Install, Sand, stain, varnish and new oak shoe molding (total: 22 feet)
-Stain and varnish new posts (three posts)
Customer will supply iron spindles and newel posts.
Customer can provide a 15 ft bin rented from Waste Management for old tiles and hardwood.
Location is in Oakville, work to begin Nov 1st.
Paint all ceilings (currently stucco) and walls (prep needed), doors, trim, stair railing, install new baseboards and flooring. Remove and dispose of old baseboards and carpets. This is a 1000 square foot, 2 storey condo apartment. Install new flooring (must be floating- laminate) downstairs, carpet upstairs.
I am moving into a new house (re-sale, 10 years old). I thought I'd be happy to carpet clean the bedrooms and hallway connecting but on second thought am thinking it will drive me crazy to have 10 year old carpets where the owners had two large cats. I'm looking for a quote on both tearing up the carpet and laying down laminate. I would have to have it done on June 29 as I'm having the big move in day on June 30. Not sure if this is a job that can get done in a day. The rooms are not large unfortunately. Master is about 10x14, probably 10x12 and 8x10. Hall way makes its way around the stair case - not a long extended hallway. I know this isn't much time to assess and I have no way of letting anyone in until the actual day or the evening of the 28th so I need to work with someone who is happy to provide rough quotes and some contingency.
Thanks in advance.
We have an existing laminate floor that covers approximately 300 square feet. It needs to be soundproofed, as we live in a condo apartment. I'm looking for someone to come in, take up the floor, sound proof and then relay the flooring. Quality and Price are the main considerations for this job. Time to begin ranges, but could be as early as 2 weeks from now.
Remove & dispose existing ceramic tile floor in kitchen, install 3/8" plywood subfloor, install prefinished hardwood flooring (owner supplied hardwood flooring material). Total area = approx. 280 sq. ft in kitchen. Job date : last week of March. Installation must be completed by April 4.
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