Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Orleans homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 29 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Orleans seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $464,500.00 with a per project average of $16,017.00.
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Remove and replace standard tub, and install acrylic tub surround and shower doors. The bath wall is currently tile. I would like a quote for install only and for supply and install. Please breakdown the costs for each part of the job. I would like to do this as economically as possible.
I'm in a townhouse built in the mid '70's.
The bathroom has been emptied already, so basically I would like to have the bathtub installed with the shower walls and faucet. I already bought the tub, shower walls and faucet. The tub is an acrylic American standard saver bathtub model 2647 series, the walls also American standard saver bath walls model 2649w both bought from Lowes. The faucet is a Jalo 4 piece tub and shower thermostatic faucet kit. The tub need to be set in mortar, the walls might need to be adjusted because the requested width is 60 in and I have 60.5 in width. I was thinking to do this but I never set a tub in mortar and I am not sure how much mortar should be put there. The old bathtub drain is still there, it was not leaking but I was told by Lowes it should be changed if they do the work.
Material has been purchased - need removal and installation of:
1. Lighting - take out the old and install new lighting fixture
2. Removal tile backsplash and prep wall for painting.
3. Vanity countertop - new laminate countertop needs cutting by a couple of inches as it is too large. It then needs the drain hole to be cut as well as the hole for the faucet.
4. Install new countertop.
5. Install new sink
6. Install new faucet.
Ensuite bathroom - build shower stall with glass doors and explore possibility of installing corner jacuuzi tub perhaps knocking down a wall shared with bedroom. Replace vanity counter and installing second sink.
Main floor bathroom installing an insert over top of current bathtub and shower.
Replace 3 toilets.
We have purchased a molded shower to replace existing bathtub and tile. It comes apart in 3 pieces in order to move upstairs. The bulkhead over the tub will have to be removed. The drywall surrounding the shower requires replacing. We would like a new ceramic floor. We have also purchased a new toilet. Already have a cabinet maker lined up to build and install cabinetry.
My dad remade my shower with ceramic.. But it keeps on leaking !! First it was the drain, then the base... Now I want to have a quote with a professional to see what needs to be redone and have it done professionnaly so it stops leaking. We live in Orleans, ON and i'm home everyday so anytime works best.
We have a 2 storey home built in late 1970's. 4 bedrooms and 1 bath is on the 2nd floor. We want to create a master bedroom with ensuite. It would involve adding a full bathroom with shower and soaker tub and combining the master bedroom to the bedroom beside it to make it a larger space. Also a walk-in closet, hardwood floors.
Also looking into kitchen renovations. It would mean opening up the wall separating it for the family room and redesigning the layout.
Adding a bathroom in the unfinished basement.
Site condition : unfinished
Square footage : unknown
Preferred material : Ciramic tiles on floor and shower walls
Age of use (person with mobility issues)
1 )The bathroom should include a Large Standing shower for a person with mobility issues. A wheelchair must be able to go through
2) Double sink
3) Toilet bowl
I would like to have a bathroom put in my basement.
There is no rough-in for it so someone needs to be able to dig up some of the floor I would presume.
The bathroom would be between 5 and 10 feet from where the plumbing comes down from the other bathrooms.
I guess you could say the site conditions are good as I have stripped the basement. The only thing standing are the finished outside walls.
I am really looking for a cost on the plumbing part, not necessarily the installation of the fixtures. I am pretty handy and able to lay the ceramics and put up walls.
There is 400 square feet of basement that I am redoing and the bathroom is an important part of this renovation.
The house is approximately 25 years old.
If someone or many people could get back to me with either an estimate or make an appointment to come and see the space prior to giving me an estimate.
Thank you very much and I sure hope I hear from someone soon.
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