Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oshawa homeowners have planned for their Concrete projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 30 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Oshawa seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $238,500.00 with a per project average of $7,950.00.
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We have an existing concrete front porch that is about 10' wide and 7' deep - roughly 3' off the ground - we want to widen the front porch by about 12' and based on the layout it would roughly need to be about 12' deep.
We have 6 concrete steps about 8' wide that lead to a patio stone landing that is currently 8 large patio stones. In front of the landing we have a small front garden with an umbrella tree, and then grass leading to the side walk.
We went to replace the landing, remove the small tree and garden, and build a walkway the same width of the stairs right to the sidewalk. The existing stairs and porch are solid but the concrete is pitted in spots. The ground is also a little sloped.
Ideally we would like to resurface the stairs and front porch to tie in with the porch extension and walkway.
I realize you need to come see the job and do measurements - not looking for an online quote, just wanted to give an idea on what we're looking to do.
If this is a job your company would do, please contact my wife directly to arrange a time to come by and do a quote.
Her name is Teresa, and you can call her.
Retaining wall is about 65 feet long. Looking for cheapest solution. Currently it is made of concrete blocks, which have shifted and is partly responsible for breaking fence posts (I"m sure they would have gone anyway though). Looks like 4-5 posts have broken or close to breaking.
This has also pulled adjoining fence so not sure if there is going to be an issue there, may need another corner post or two.
Also have garden retaining wall in front side, 2 levels, part of which is holding up part of the carport. This is the pressure treated wood tighes which have rotted.
I have hired a contractor to replace the liner in my inground pool however once the liner was removed we could see the concrete under the liner also needs to be repaired. The liner contractor does not do that part of the job. I am looking for someone to repair the concrete under the liner. It is a large pool with a lot of cracks needing repair.
I need a base for a shed 10 x 17.5. The shed is one of those temporary tents from Canadian Tire. I don;t want it on the grass as it will be a mudpit. I want the base to be movable in case my neighbour complains. Wood is fine, raised off the ground by movable cement post holders
Old deck removed about 12 x 12. wooden base with two walls about 6 feet high
Old shed removed about 8 X 12 made of plywood and shingles on roof.
Need separate quotes for each job including tax and labour. You to supply material and remove garbage.
Not interested in quotes including "unforeseens" or contractors coming from long distances to charge for transportation costs
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