Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oshawa homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 67 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Oshawa seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,757,500.00 with a per project average of $41,156.00.
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I would like to remove old ceramic tiles from small foyer entrance and install new ones, as well as tear down a bedroom wall and open the wall up to connect to the living room. I would like to create a large square opening. It is an old raised 2 level bungalow and the width of the wall is around 11 feet.
- Remove and replace concrete slabs at front entrance of building and finish base with tiles.
- Remove and replace window (must be matching window with other existing window).
- Install new bike rack at rear of building.
- Repair northwest corner of building
- Replace sealing with soffit finish.
- determine the water damage source (we think it's the bathroom (small) window?)
- remove window - we do not want to replace it.
- remove aluminum siding - replace old somewhat rotting and mildewy jiprock with better outer covering
- re - side -
-insert bathroom vent to ceiling -
- extend plumbing to center from side for new 3 pc acrylic shower installation
- we will do all inside home gutting
- we are hoping to find a profesional who can get the job done within one or two days
-we would like it done ASAP - for obvious winter weather concerns
We will only accept workers who are fully qualified/ insured and who guarantee their work
(someone who can compare to HOlmes on Homes for quality and efficiency)
In other words we want references and assurances that the job will be done properly and quickly
Thank you in advance we really need immediate help ----
Main foundation of house built in 1886 but house is recently renovated with various additions over the past 50 years. Weatherstripping on some of the exterior windows is deteriorating, caulking is showing mould, back window of sunroom has an exterior leak in its frame. All the frames of the windows at the back need repainting as does the wooden siding back there. Two of the 6 windows have lost their vapour seals. The chimney was reconstructed some time ago and bits of concrete are falling off of it. The vinyl siding is in good condition but needs cleaning at the top. Currently, the backyard water faucet is inoperable because the pipes to it burst two years ago. There is no ladder to get up to the eaves. One downspout is plugged.
3 season sun room was old when I bought this house 20 years ago - replaced roof, windows & door but it now needs to come down. For 2 years has been leaking (now heavy) where joined to main structure and am sure there is mold behind panelling. Wondering also about structural integrity of abutting wall.
I need to have a complete bathroom remodel done. This includes: electrical, plumbing, tile and replacement of sink, toilet and shower. This is not a large bathroom.
I have a cabinet maker designing the vanity and cabinets but need to have someone to oversee the rest of the project.
Looking at the following
KITCHEN. Replace kitchen cabinets, counter top sink & fixtures. Add a dishwasher and put micro wave aboue stove.
BATHROOM. Replace bath tub & fixtures, toilet & new floor
BATHROOM. New bathroom in basement, nothing there & new floor in basement
GARAGE. Garage in back yard size depending on what my lot, permits etc; will allow. Hoping for about 240 square feet.
Replace eves trough
DRIVEWAY. Redo driveway and add extension to meet with new garage.
May be some other things but will be based on cost.
This is basically a big, open, empty, single-room, 1.5 storey addition for year round "green room" to house tropical plants / indoor pond / etc. Windowed on 3 sides, 4th side abuts existing residence. Prefer slab floor that can be hosed down, so will need drainage to septic.
Site conditions: easy access rural, cleared area, sloped land (backfill likely required)
Square footage: Approx. 350 - 400 sqft
Preferred materials: slab foundation with drainage, brick & wood clad to match existing, cedar shake roof to match existing, basic plumbing, basic electrical, 4-5 skylights, fully windowed walls.
Age of house: 23 years
Previous renovations: none
Concerns etc: none at this time
900 sq ft bungalow, two bedrooms, living & dining room together, small Kitchen & hallway:
1. All need complete painting
2. Bathroom walls need refinishing
3. Bedrooms, Floors needs repairs/ Replacement, presently hardwood
4. Kitchen cupboards need rework & present Ceiling exhaust replaced with over the stove exhaust.
5. Basement windows (6) replaced (All 2'x3')
Oshawa : We have a 1969 semi detached house. we have older cupboards and some given to us. We would like to do as much work as possible but need help. We have several other jobs such as shower in the basement, new stairs going up. Possibly new sun room attached to house and widening a basement window! Please if you have any ideas or can give us a quote we would greatly appreciate it.
Needing at this point online guestimates as whoever we choose we will certainly set up an appointment to see.
Kitchen 200 sq ft - no demolition involved - room empty - plumbing in, already drywalled - wanting to install an Ikea kitchen along with Ikea appliances
Basement 1000 sq ft - design and finish (now just bare bones but plumbing in place)
Need to move a 2 pc washroom from existing placement over 15' or so.
Painting needed - two storey open foyer
Hardwood floor installer needed
Ceramic tile needing installation in foyer
Electrician to remove pot lights in ceiling of 2 storey open foyer and replace with lighting
Hi... i am also looking for free quotes to redo my kitchen along with electrical work around the house and roof needs to be redone ...need to paint or put new cupboards in kitchen need to install countertop ( have not bought yet ) need to redo floor in kitchen if you can give me a quote or want to drop by to give me a free estimate please contact me thanks
We are looking to move our laundry room from the basement onto the back room of our main level, there is already all the plumbing and electrical as there is currently a washroom and separate shower. We want to take the wall down from the shower and place the washer and dryer in there, also want to replace the flooring from carpet to some kind of heavy duty flooring to make it a laundry room mud room as it already has it's own separate entrance.
I am not sure the exact problem. My living room ceiling is leaking when it rains. The area is right at the front of my house. I have board and batten wood on the front of my house and think the water may be getting in from a gap in the wood. There is also a window right at that area so could be that also. It is not a roofing or foundation problem. It does not leak every time it rains only when it is windy. We are open to the possibility of having to put up vinyl siding if necessary as the rest of the house is done in siding.
I live in Oshawa.
Clean out eavestroughs
Repair or replace window screen small bedroom
Replace whole folding bathroom door with one that locks from the inside and unlocks from the outside
Remove fence between my front garden and the abandoned house next door
Fix or replace railings at front porch, and repair back of concrete steps.
Change lock basement door
Secure boards at bottom of basement stairs
Install smoke detector main floor
Install a thingy for a padlock on cupboard under kitchen sink
Repair small area in corner of kitchen ceiling
Repair right kitchen window (doesn't stay up)
Install fire extinguishers B&C (small)
Change lock on back door
Fix back steps
GFCI outlets at kitchen and bathroom sinks
Install new phone jacks big bedroom and kitchen
Fix or replace both heaters in kitchen
Pull out all the weeds and sort out the grass in back and front gardens
We purchased a bungalow in Oshawa and would like to do some renovations and require some ideas to renovate between the living room & Kitchen, taking down a couple walls for an open concept. We also require coat and bedrooms closet to be built.
We take possession of the home this coming Monday Feb 8 and can set up appt for Tuesday or Wednesday.
Found a yellow patch of drywall on my slanted ceiling in my loft today.
Cut it, and it was quite wet.
Need to get some quotes on having it fixed properly.
Not interested in just covering it up and doing a patch job.
It's my kids playroom, I can't risk there being mould in there.
Would you be able to come and look at my house with a view to quoting for the repairs which need to be done to make it insurable? See below an e-mail from a local insurance company indicating what would be required. I also have my house inspector's report.
From: Diane McIntosh
Date: 15/09/2008 16:59:55
Subject: HOME INSURANCE
In order to obtain insurance on your Home, the main issues would be:
Roof - roofing should be under 20 years old. The inspection on your home indicates that the front porch roof is between 1-2 years old, and the rear area is "relatively new". For the main part of the house, the age was not determined but the inspection indicates that it requires to be upgraded.
Hydro - all Knob & Tube wiring must be removed. Your inspection was unable to establish the condition of the other wiring since the Hydro was turned off. It did however recommend that the Water Meter and Gas Line be bonded (junipered). Since the date of the last update of the Hydro system could not be established, an inspection by an electrician would confirm its condition and let you know of any concerns which need to be addressed. Insurers prefer that wiring be updated or inspected.
Heating - the age of the heaters could not be established in the inspection, but a service of the system was recommended. Again, it is preferred that heating should be updated every 20 years.
Plumbing - pipe should be copper for water supply and plastic for waste. Your Home has galvanized pipe which the inspection indicates is showing signs of corrosion. The Galvanized pipe should be removed completely.
Basement Stairs - there is no handrail in place. One should be installed.
Water Damage - there appears to be leakage into the basement area. Your inspection indicates that the grading around the home be checked, and adjusted as required, and also that the downspouts be extended to ensure that water flows away from the home.
Hot Water Tank - your inspection notes that it is over 20 years and should be replaced.
The inspection makes several other recommendations, but these are the main areas which are of particular concern to potential insurers.
With the home upgraded in these areas, we would be in a better position to find coverage for you.
Need shower door installed 36' x 70'
Stud and Drywalling - a wall with door to make a small room in the basement for storage purpose 15' across.
Kitchen back splash 45' x 1.5'
Plumbing work connecting fridge to water pipeline 10'
Gas pipeline for dryer and back porch. Dryer - 40 lft and porch about 25 ft
We would like to create a more open concept kitchen and living area, by removing the wall between our kitchen and family room.
The wall is approximately 12 feet long and is load bearing. It also has a vent in it as well as some electrical outlets (3 outlets and 1 light switch).
We would like the new beam to be hidden in the ceiling.
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