Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oshawa homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 28 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Oshawa seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $194,500.00 with a per project average of $6,946.00.
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Putting tile down on the entire main floor (sq foot pricing preferable).
Putting hardwood on the stairs that lead to the second floor.
Putting hardwood down on the hallway and bedrooms upstairs.
It is greatly appreciated if rough estimates of numbers could be provided on the above projects individually, and as a whole.
We recently bought hardwood floor and need it installed in the living room and also the parlour/dining room. The square footage is a little less then 600. We currently have carpet in both rooms. We've seen lots of ads on kijiji charging $1 per sq foot or more. We are looking for someone who is reliable and priced good.
Recently did my kitchen and hall in hardwood, and loved it,,, had some left over, and started my back bedroom I am two rows short of completing this project, it was 3/4 X 31/2 almond oak, very close to gunstock oak, Please Let me know if anyone has some leftover hardwood would appreciate a call.
Need to freshen up rental property for sale. 2400 sq. foot 2 storey, 4 bedroom 1965 suburban home. Needs painting. top to toe, some wallpaper removal in hall and kitchen, tear up wall to wall carpet in living room and stairs to refinish oak floors. Tear off linoleum in kitchen, hall and 2 piece powder room and replace with tile or linoleum. Please give me a ball park price and then I will arrange for more formal estimates.
One floor board has an edge that sticks up quite a bit, and that's unsightly and catches on things. We think that some floorboards would have to be removed, in order to get to the raised floor board to fix it. Other than that, it's a pretty small job (I think), and would probably be great to fill a gap between larger jobs. Please contact if you would be interested in taking a look, and then following up with a quote. I've had a lot of companies lately come for other jobs, say they will give us a quote, and then never contact us again. Serious inquiries only pleae.
I need to get ~500 sq. ft. of laminate flooring installed. There is a stairwell in the middle of the area to be installed. Otherwise it is relatively square....no weird angles. It is a 12mm high quality laminate that I have already purchased.
Could you please let me know how much per sq. ft. you would charge to install this as well as the baseboard?
We need laminate flooring installed in two home. In the first home we need it laid on the staircase (7 stairs), in the hallway and in the master bedroom.(approx. 170sq ft) and the second and third bedroom.. In the second house we need it laid on the staircase (14 stairs?), in the hallway and in all three bedrooms. We need the first house done immediately and the second house done the beginning of april.
We bought a brand new home in Oshawa and it will be ready in the new year. The current stairs come with carpet. We would like to rip out the carpet and put in an oak staircase...we will stain it ourselves since we will be putting in the hardwood floors by ourselves.
We would like an estimate for:
1. oakstairs (per step)
2. iron pickets
3. 1 stair landing
and labour plus anything else that we would need.
The home is in Oshawa.
The home is approximately 10-15 years old.
2 ceramic tiles have caved in at the sliding doors in the kitchen. It appears tobe water damage from underneath the sliding doors. The sub floor has rotted and collapsed. Inspecting the area from the basement, it does not look like the rot is extensive.
I do not have replacement ceramic tiles available nor have I been able to match the existing tile, therefore the job would require removing approx 100sf of ceramic tile, repairing/sealing leaking area, replacing some of the sub floor & then retiling or laying down wood laminate as a replacement floor. The kitchen & family room are connected. If matching or complimenting the existing laminate in the family room is not possible, the job may require replacing laminate wood floor in family room as well (approx 175sf)
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