Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oakville homeowners have planned for their Kitchen Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 58 Kitchen Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Kitchen Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,554,000.00 with a per project average of $26,793.00.
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We are looking for a few more quotes for our bathroom and kitchen reno. We are looking to get the work done in Nov thru Early Dec.
Complete bathroom reno including alcove tub / shower, toilet, vanity, tiles... etc. Kitchen reno including new floor, granite counters and partial wall opening. Laminate Flooring in basement family room and small office.
Bathroom = 6 x 9.5
Kitchen = 10 x 12
Family room = 11 x 26
Office = 10 x 12
We are at the first stage of building the house, expecting delivery late december 2011.
Natural material wanted: maple, stone, corian.
Smooth, mat finished.
Kitchen dimensions are about 16 X 14.
Master ensuite about 16 X 10.
2nd bathroom about 8 X 8.
3rd bathroom about 8.5 X 5.
Powder room about 5 X 5.
The kitchen is about 200 sq ft and we expect that about 16 Kitchen cabinets will be installed. Ideally we would like the same contractor to install both the cabinets (incidental electrical or plumbing work may be needed) and tiles. Quotation can be either for both kitchen cabinets and tiles, or for the two separately. I am property owner. An approximate quote will do at this stage. We will provide tiles and all material for cabinet installation.
I have a 10 year old house in North Oakville - a typical new builder type home for this age. The kitchen and bathrooms have remained the same as when the builder put it in and it is now time to make some changes to the following rooms: (1) kitchen - upgrade the counters to granite (or simiar-type material, change faucets) and perhaps the cupboards; add a backsplash; make a new island; change the lighting (2) bathrooms - upgrade the master ensuite counters to granite or marble; change the mirrors, sinks, painting and lighting. I am also looking for ideas from a design perspective and advice to renovate both rooms.
I need to put a kitchen in my basement. I need to install a commercial style convection oven (and I guess whatever ventilation is required for it), sinks, lights, work surfaces and storage. I have an unfinished basement now, and access to plumbing and electrical. I would like to put up walls around this kitchen, and something on the floor over the concrete (not picky). Electrical will be important, as I will need a fridge and microwave as well. I can't say for sure the square footage, but I would estimate it to take up probably three or four hundred square feet. Please email responses (do not call) Thank you.
Our current kitchen island is two tier, with high bar chairs. It contains a sink and half, with an installed dishwasher on the right side, and a set of drawers on the left side. There is also a cold-air return vent on the exterior of the island. The position of the island is basically where a wall used to be, separating the kitchen from the living room/dining room. We would like the island to be reduced in depth by approximately 8 inches (it will still accommodate the depth of the dishwasher). We would also like it converted to a table top height. In addition, we would like the island relocated about 6" back and about 6" to the left, to allow more room in the living room/dining room. This will require some venting rework (perhaps the grate will need to be on the floor instead of on the back wall of the island).
We wish to tear down the walls seperating the kitchen, dining and living room areas and either build a custom island or buy a prefab. I am not certain if these walls are load bearing or not. There is some electrical in one of the walls as well as the thermostat which wiill have to be moved. Once the walls are removed there will be exposed floor and we would like this as well as all of the kitchen floor to have hard wood matching what is currently on the remainder of the floor as closely as possible. We would also like to take out the cabinetry and put in new cabinets with a new counter top that matches that of the island. We take possession of the house on July 15th and have to be out of our current house by July 25th. We would like to have as much of it done as possible in this time frame but understand completely if there is some overlap.
Looking for a well experienced and licensed Contractor, who's mostly in the Kitchen remodeling business as well as construction (wall demolition included) with references if possible. Kitchen remodeling would include complete renos from scratch to end. and one wall at least to be demolished, need to have good judgement on backsplash, tiles, hardwood colors and granite. Post your info best bidder will get it.
Thanks (GTA area)
Size of Kitchen 12.6 * 10.6
Currently U shape. We want to convert to L shape with an Island. The fridge, sink and dishwasher will need to be moved. The basement is not finished.
We plan to put new hardwood flooring in kitchen, which is not part of this project.
Also has pantry on one side of wall, approx 8 feet wide.
Need quotes for just labor and with material (wood and MDH cabinet).
I live in Oakville and I am interested in doing some upgrades to our kitchen. There is currently a wall between our kitchen and living room that is used right now as a pantry. We want to cut a hole in it and put a granite counter top there to make it a bar area and so we can also see into our living room.
We are also interested in upgrading the lighting and maybe other minor upgrades that would spruce up our kitchen. I have attached some pictures.
I would be interested in getting a quote and open to any input you may have. Thanks.
This is for a house for which we're planning to make an offer. I can provide further details regarding materials, etc once we have the house, but I'm looking for a high-level estimate for now.
Here is what I know:
current kitchen: 13' 11'' x 10'
current dining room: 10' 8'' x 10' 7
We would like to take out the current kitchen, the wall between the rooms and have the following:
> 2-level island (with breakfast bar)
> granite counters
> maple or wood cabinets
> under-cabinet lighting
> space for wine-bottle storage
> double sink
> vertical storage (for baking sheets)
> 2-3 open cabinets (glass)
> hardwood floors
We are planning to renovate our kitchen size: 10.5 X 21.0 Our home is in Oakville.
Most likely we are interetsed in Laminate glazed wood look cabinets, granite counter top ,pot lights, new floor and opening of a wall into a half wall. Kitchen needs to be demolished . We like squaree mitered cabinet style.
Remove wall between kitchen (12 *9) and dining room (10 * 9). Appliances stay where they are. Remove and install a few new cabinets (on a different wall). Install granite countertops and new faucets. Build a two level granite topped island - 4' wide, half @ 36"h (work surface) and half at 42" height (eating counter). Island has open shelves on work surface side. Install lights over the island and other work areas. Remove stippled ceiling in dining room - replace with smooth surface to match kitchen. Other projects to be undertaken, including replacing flooring in kitchen, dining and living room, paint two levels, replace tile and fixtures in upstairs bathroom, replace patio door and front windows - if the ideal contractor is found.
Removal of existing units 12'x12' area. Installation of new cupboards, counter, sink, lights etc. Remove interior wall 10' and existing bulkheads. Install new vinyl flooring over existing ceramic tiles. Job could include supplies of kitchen units and flooring materials etc. We are on a limited budget so requesting low to mid range costs.
I have a very small kitchen and in order to make more purposeful... we want to remove the door in the kitchen that leads to deck and brick over it so that we can extend the kitchen counter and put dishwasher under counter top and more cabinets up top on wall. Also, need to put patio door to deck in dining room where there is currently a window. In essence we are just moving the door to deck from one room to the other.
Please look at the floor plans and photos and submit a quote. A site visit is not possible since we take possession of the house in mid-January with a move-in date four weeks later. It is during this time that we would like the renovations done.
Floor plans and photos are available in the linkclick here First floor.
a. Remove existing kitchen cabinetry and laminate countertop, disposal. re-use sink, dishwasher, fridge.
b. Remove floor tiles and disposal, sand down, prep for hardwood (325sqft)
c. Install hardwood flooring (325sqft). Hardwood to be supplied by us (other install materials to be supplied by contractor). Must have flat join to hardwood in living room. hardwood in living room meets doorway vertically so either a flat plank under doorway or join with existing wood. No speedbumps, T-moulding, etc!
d. widen doorway between living room and kitchen (wall contains cold air return and 4 switches for kitchen). wall is not load bearing. Basement is unfinished.
e. move kitchen plumbing/electrical for future island (ikea cabinets)
f. move range hood duct 24" to the left
f. backsplash ceramic subway tile. counter to bottom of range hood or counter to ceiling. Not sure yet so please quote install per sq ft . tile and grout to be supplied by us.
g. install pot lights in kitchen. Pot lights supplied by us.
For quotes, please note any materials and services that are included or excluded (like disposal, wax paper, etc)
I firmly believe a good contractor will be able to make a good quote based on the information provided so please do not ask for a site visit.
We would like to remove the wall between kitchen and living room and convert redo the kitchen.
The living room is 18'x11' and the kitchen is 18'x9' - you can see that both rooms (particulalry the kitchen becomes quite narrow and hence the need to remove the wall and open it up as one room. I am pretty sure that the wall is load bearing and will require care and expertise - we could also look into creating one or two arches in the wall if removing it becomes prohibitive. Either way, the kitchen will need to be redone, as will the flooring.
Living in a condo and have a kitchen 9'x9'. Looking to remove existing cabinets (only on 2 walls), backsplash and flooring and a half wall with counter that is 5" long as well as flooring. Wanting to replace with new cabinets, countertop, undermount sink, flooring, build new cabinet in dead space above refrigerator, and considering some type of built in to go in small closet in the kitchen. Want an island with cabinets underneath. Want soft close cabinets/drawers, not sure of countertop material, but not laminate for sure. The plumbing under the sink likely needs updating. I am not replacing my appliances other than looking to purchase/have installed a new built in microwave. Please note the condo building is a 4 storey walkup in Oakville. NO ELEVATOR. Not wanting to spend more than $10-$15,000.00.
require contractor to remove existing counter and cabinets and install new ones. Current counter top is rotten and leaking water at this time. the kitchen is a galley style counter is 8 feet long and 25 inches deep.
I am also looking for a "handyman" to help with further renovations (ie bathroom, paiting etc)
I am looking for this as soon as possible.
Split level bungalow approx 45 years old, need supporting wall removed in kitchen/dining area approx 17ft. Kitchen approx 17ft x 10ft. Close up existing doorway from hallway to kitchen. Make good all areas effected. Cold return vent and electrical outlets on wall which is getting removed. Require plumbing and electrical outlets moved to suit new kitchen, gas pipe for gas stove and water pipe for fridge freezer. 6-8 potlights and 4 pendant lights. New door trim and baseboards. Ceramic tiles - floor and walls.
Kitchen will be fitted by kitchen company.
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