Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oakville homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 35 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,960,500.00 with a per project average of $113,157.00.
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I own a small bungalow on a large lot in Oakville, cement block construction with stucco finsh. Would like to add a 600 ft. addition to the back of the house (50' wide by 12' deep), no basement - lots of windows. Stucco finish to match the rest of the house. Lots of windows.
Would like quotes for installing foundations and outer frame & roof. I can do a lot of the interior work myself - but may be open to complete package. No plumbing & simple electrical.
Interested in adding an extension to the back of our house and digging out basement. Adding approx. 200 square feet per floor. Also doing some small interior improvements elsewhere in the existing house. Want to know what is possible and pricing.
We would be like to add:
1) family room on main level
2) enlarge kitchen
3) enlarge existing master bedroom
4) enlarge master ensuite and closet
5) add bedroom upstairs beside master
Dig and build 12'X20' full basement on rear of attached garage. add first floor on new basement, add secondary floor on the attached garage and new first floor addition. Size is 45'X20'.
1. dig, build and back fill 12'X20' basement, cut existing basement concrete for access to new basement.
2. framing 12'X20' first floor, framing 45'X20' secondary floor on existing attached garage. remove existing garage truss and re-install it on new secondary floor.
3. roofing, Soffit & Facia, Eavestroughs & downspouts
I would like to hire a general contractor. A meeting is required to review my project objectives and review your portfolio, references and certifications/ insurance/ licences. Planning is currently progressing from the established concept to full drawings through the assistance of a designer/ draftsman. The drawings will be started within the next few weeks. NOTE: I will be travelling from March 2 to 18th.
New construction of a living area above the existing garage. Many homes in the neighbourhood already have these units built by the original developer and this project would need to match the appearance. Pictures provided show an existing unit in brick, though this project is for vinyl siding. There is currently no plumbing in the garage. Rough in for kitchenette wanted as well.
excavate and build foundation for 15' X 20' house addition.(details as attached drawings)
1. dig 7 post, size is12" , 4' deep
2. build concrete footing, size is 12" X8", 50 feet length,
3. build slab-on-ground, size is 15' X20', Depth is 6" with insulation form on bottom.
4. lay foundation wall with concrete block, 16" height.
We would like to put an addition on the back of our house. This room would be used as a family room. The addition will be about 600sq ft. Our house is about 25 years old. The room will be single story. We would like a foundation under the room so plumming can be put into the room becasue we would like to have a powder room. We are interested in quotes on the foundation only or for the foundation and "shell". We would like to do the finishing work ourselves. There is acess into our backyard through the side. There would be enough room to get equipment in. We want to put a backdoor on the room so it can be used as a mudroom.
Our raised bungalow needs a topper! We're looking to add an additional top floor with 3 bedrooms. On the main floor, we'll need to reposition the kitchen and open up a living area. In the basement we need custom cabinetry. We love the look of these homes:click here
Looking for a refacing outside (Cape cod style) and pool landscaping. Pricing now.
My family is looking to build addition to our home.
We require extra bedroom and bathroom really only, and not the full floor. However, I am sure the part of the "old house" would also need to be renovated to get the access to the new addition.
My questions are:
1. Do you do the home additions?
2. Typical costs of about 50-100 m2 addition?
3. Would we need to move out of house?
4. What time frame are you usually looking at?
5. Do you provide plans/permits?
6. No hidden costs (the quote should have all the materias/labour)
7. Materials used should be good quality, but not too expensive.
We live in Oakville, in Bronte area.
I am in the early stages of planning for a home addition to my 1900sf bungalow in Oakville. My property is almost a half acre however the shape is quite irregular with a very small frontage and large backyard.
A large great room addition was done approx 9 years ago - I purchased the home about 5 years ago - and I don't believe the previous owner obtained any permits nor did he register the addition with the city.
Will this have any impact on me moving forward with the new addition I have planned? Is there any risk the city could create problems based on the old addition?
I'm looking to add approx. 1000sf for a master bedroom, ensuite and laundry room.
2 story addition to a existing bungalow + total reno of 1st floor and basement in Oakville. Current 1st floor is about 1000 sq ft, so total area after 2nd story addition will be about 2000 sq ft. Approx quote should include all finishing and as much details of propose materials. Will need kitchen + living, dining room + 1/2 bathroom on 1st floor. 2nd floor will be 3 bedrooms + 1 ensuite + 1 guest bathrooms + washing area (if agreed to). Basement will have all rough-ins, and maybe include separate cost to finish it. We know final cost will depend on final approved set of plans.
I'm planning to buy an old bungalow and want second level addition a and first level redesigning. I want to get estimate of cost. The property can be shown this weekend Sep 27-28. Depending on estimate and my budget, it can be potential next project for you.
On first level there is kitchen, living, dining, 3 bed rooms and one 4 piece bath room. I want to remove 2 bedrooms to make a formal family room and add some space to kitchen. I want to rebuild whole kitchen as well.
On second level I want 4 bedrooms with 2 full bath rooms. Obviously stairs from first level to second level.
At this stage I want a high level estimate with max 10% contingency margin. The quote must be per square foot all inclusive (labor, material, drawings etc etc). No hidden costs at all.
Please provide list of work you have done in the area.
We recently completed a basement renovation and main floor renovation. We have a three bedroom home with an eat-in kitchen and family room on the main floor. Our plan is to add a second floor with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, and open the main floor into a kitchen, dining room and family/living room. We would like to have the staircase up thru the middle of the house since our front door is located in the center of the bungalow. The house is about 50 years old, and we have kept the materials we choose in keeping with that time period. We would be able to salvage pretty much everything on the main floor (kitchen cabinets etc) and materials to be used on the second storey (toilets, bathtub, glass shower doors, sinks etc) as they are all but brand new.
- Room above garage - Freehold - end unit townhouse
- Aprox. 16'x20'- 320 sq/ft
- Structural, HVAC, Electrical and plumbing - you supply drawings and permits
existing bathroom will be used for hallway extension into the room. New bathroom needs
to be designed into the drawing maintaining close proximity to the existing plumbing,
electrical and HVAC.
- Stucco outside
Please see the attached drawings. Call me to set up a meeting time.
We have a 40-year old home on a large lot in southeast Oakville. It's a 3-level sidesplit, and we would like to add a fourth level, extending the bedroom area up and across the kitchen/living level. The suite would include a bedroom with closets and air-jet tub, 3-piece bath, and sitting area. Approximately 6 new windows, possible gabled roof. Also some minor changes to the 3rd level (a wall removal, moving washer/dryer up to new landing area). We would be like an itemized quote as we may want to do the finishing/decor stage (floor, painting, trim, etc.) on our own.
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