Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oshawa homeowners have planned for their Heating & Air Conditioning projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 20 Heating & Air Conditioning projects posted by homeowners in Oshawa seeking the services of local HVAC Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $110,000.00 with a per project average of $5,500.00.
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Built in 1983
1800 sq ft house
slab-on-grade, 2-storey, fully above-ground but configured like bungalow (kitchen, livingroom, bedrooms on 2nd floor)
Need to convert from electric baseboard to another OPTION THAT IS NOT NATURAL GAS, as it is not available.
Heat pump, electric forced air, propane, radiant...
Must support heating and cooling.
I'm currently emailing several companies trying to build a proper idea on what the cost for the following home improvement would be. My ideal timeline to begin the project would be early May of this year. If you are able to answer the questions below it would be most appreciated.
Information about the home:
Located in North Oshawa
1700 Sq. feet home.
Natural gas is already run to the home (fireplace)
Unfinished Basement & Unfinished Attic
Currently no duct work in the home
Expecting that a bulk head will need to go up a set of rooms to accommodate ducts to the second floor. (open to other suggestions)
What I require:
High Efficiency Furnace
High Efficiency Air conditioner
Installation and Duct Work completed
Ability to turn off heating / cooling to rooms in the house properly
Smart thermostat that can be programmed.
Work completed in a very cost effective manner (very budget conscious)
High level estimate of costs?
Equipment brands / models you suggest.
Any methods of making the ducting more efficient?
How much time would the installation take?
How much time would it take to acquire the equipment?
We are looking for a quote on the removal of a buried oil tank in our Simcoe Heights (Oshawa) front yard. The pipe is presently sticking up out of the ground by about two feet. Must be TSSA approved. There is no need to restore the landscape given a landscaper has already been engaged to redesign the front yard.
I am purchasing a plug-in (portable) air conditioner but do not have the tools nor the skill to vent this to the outside (rather than venting thru window). I have an older home with plaster walls inside & brick outside. What would this cost me (including materials)? I am only available evenings or weekends to have this done.
Thank you for responding.
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