Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Ottawa homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 167 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Ottawa seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,645,500.00 with a per project average of $15,841.00.
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This is a 3-beds 2baths bungalow built in 1958. However, only 1 bathroom on the main floor. We'd like to install a new bathroom in the master room (16X11)-which is back to back of the main floor bathroom. Rigth below the master room, is another bedroom and bathroom in the basement. We'd like to have a 3 pieces (bath, sink and toilet) bathroom, what would be the rang of cost and how long will the project be finished? We expect to finish the project in early May.
Construction of a basement bedroom and adjacent 3-piece bathroom. House built in 2002 by Holitzner. Basement is already half finished (rec room/home theater). The bedroom and bathroom is to go on the other part of the basement. No humidity concern with the basement. Bath rough-in 3-pce already in place but toilet and shower rough-in to be relocated by about 2ft. (3in. concrete slab). Walk-in shower to be provided by owner.
Bathroom dimensions: 9ft long by 5.5ft wide. Exterior 3ft. long towel closet to be built outside but adjacent to the bathroom.
Bedroom dimensions 16.25ft by 13.5ft (9ft ceiling), incl closet.
Flooring and painting by owner.
As part of the work, one existing temporary 6ft long wall and door is to be relocated.
Fan Installed in attic. Need someone to run a insulated 4 inch flexible pipe to side of house in attic about 5 - 10 feet from where the fan is installed in the attic. The problem is it is 30 feet up and possibly scaffolding or a ladder would work. Also need to have it connect to the electrical wiring. I have a 3 way switch in the bathroom, 2 switches controlling the one light. Need one switch to control the bathroom light above sink and the other switch to control the fan. May need to run a wire from this switch to the fan.
I have an ensuite that needs to be remodeled. Here is what needs to be done
- 72" Vanity to be replaced with a 60" Double Vanity (pex Piping needed to split) ( I have the vanity and sinks)
- 72" Mirror to be replaced by 2 - 30 " Mirrors (
- Single Fluorescent light fixture over vanity to be replaced and wired to 2 separate vanity lights over 2 new mirrors
- 1 Piece acrylic shower stall to be removed and replaced with shower kit (base and glass doors. ( I have the shower kit). Piping to be moved around and coupled to Pex Piping
- Porcelain Tile to be installed around Shower
- Ceramic tile to be removed around Jacuzzi Tub and replaced with new Porcelain Tile ( I have the tile)
- Linoleum Flooring to be removed and replaced with cement board and new porcelain tile (I have the tile)
- Pot lights to be installed in ceiling and connected to switch (I have the pot lights)
- Ceramic Backsplash to be installed (I have the backsplash)
This is my home and I reside here.
We own a 100 year old duplex in Chinatown.
The upstairs bathroom was a post-construction add-on and is tiny and in very bad shape. We want to expand the bathroom into the adjoining room, and install all new fixtures and a new floor.
As complications, the walls are plaster, and there is a mold problem under the current flooring.
Looking to expand our bathroom in a 2 bed 1 bath unit downtown Ottawa.
This renovation will include demolition of existing 3 piece washroom ( washroom is small with tub, pedestal sink and toilet) expanding the space by removing an interior wall (pushing it out about 3’) relocating plumbing and electrical and adding a light and exhaust fan in the ceiling(vented through exterior brick wall).
This renovation is within a century old home and has full access to plumbing and electrical from the basement.
The goal for this renovation is to utilize wasted, make the washroom more functional and add a vanity with much needed storage space.
We have an idea of what we are looking for but are not set on our design, expert opinions and expertise are greatly appreciated and encouraged!
We currently have tenants living in the house, but my husband and I are going to be moving back in around June. Hence me using this platform to hopefully get quotes instead of disrupting them several times as contractors come through.
Basically, we'd like to re-do the upstairs bathroom. The Jacuzzi tub has been an issue, so we would like to have it torn out, have all the tile in the bathroom removed, and then replaced with a tub with proper shower, and new tile. The toilet is new and can be re-used. I'll be buying a new vanity as the one that is there is very worn and the sinkh
is permanently stained, and would also like it installed (including plumbing). As the tub footprint would be about 16" smaller than the jacuzzi, we'd like a narrow linen closet at the end to take up the remaining space. There is some electrical associated with the Jacuzzi that we'd like to re-use for a heated floor (I have already got electricians in place for that work, as well as for a new bathroom fan installation (there is no fan now).
We'd also like to have our master bedroom closet opening widened by ~4". The current closet opening is ~5' wide, and it is difficult to access and use the 2 feet of extra space on both sides. That wall is not load bearing (had it checked by an engineer), but we think it might be best to have the opening divided into two sides with a ~1' pillar wall in the middle, and then have two 4' wide openings on each side, and install bifold doors. We have some flooring that can be patched in to where the opening would be widened that we also would like put in.
Bathroom and closet. 21' X 7'3" . It's a 30 year old bathroom that I want updated to a bathroom with a glass shower and seperate 2 person tub, toilette and vanity. Walls need to be removed and a new layout.
I would like to have the bathroom and the closet seperated by frosted glass wall doors and one would be a door that opens.
Smaller mainfloor bathroom needs to be remodeled in our newly purchased home.
Currently has a showerstall, a large open closet next to shower stall, a toilet and a large sink with counterspace. We want to have a tub in place of the showerstall. We want a regular all white standard size tub (we have picked one already).
We want the vanity installed where the sink currently sits or close to it and the toilet in the same location. We have already selected the vanity and all of the fixtures.
We want the floors to be glass mosaic tiles which we will supply and the wall around the bath tub covered in ceramic tiles to the ceiling and then the same simple white ceramic tiles cover the walls around the bathroom to shoulder height.
A mirrored medicine cabinet will need to be installed as well as the light fixtures.
We will supply lights, tub, toilet, vanity, tiles, faucers and fixtures.
We will demolish and removing existing sink and shower stall.
Work needs to be done in December (preferably during the first week).
We will paint the walls ourselves once everything is finished.
We would like detailed estimates and are looking to hire someone who can work with us in completing this project in a timely fashion while keeping costs reasonable.
Renovate current main bathroom built late 50's.
Current situation: Room quite small 5'3" X 6'3" but has tile completely surrounding and tile floor. All fixtures need updating. One small window. Room to expand into master bedroom and hall linen closet. Heat duct is in wall above the toilet. No storage or in bathroom. Placement of toilet and sink is off. No counter space. New vanity put in about 10 years ago. Water pressure is low - average. Current linen closet in hall is quite big but starts about 1.5 above floor - beneath is all the plumbing for the tub and it is over the stairwell. We have had leaks in the past but these were fixed several years ago.
Like idea of contemporary sleek simple lines. Would like to replace bath/shower with just a shower and have future option to put claw tub in bedroom. Create some inserts for holding items in shower etc. Create counter space (i.e. above toilet and around sink) and some cupboard space. Heated flooring. Quality fixtures and flooring.
I'm looking to re-model my bathroom. Unfortunately, I don't have the square footage with me at the moment but my home was built in the 1950s so that should give you an idea of the amount of space we're working with. It's not a large bathroom but I am definitely looking to maximize my use of the space.
One of the reasons I'm looking to remodel-reno at this time is because I'm having problems with the bathroom's plumbing/pipes; they are extremely old and corroded, requiring me to call a plumber every 4-6 months to have them snaked. I'd like to have them replaced with more reliable pipes to address this issue.
At present, I have a bath tub/showerhead and a single sink in the bathroom. I'd like to explore the possibility of replacing my current bathtub with a newer model and possibly having a dual showerhead installed (i.e. two showerheads, one on each side). I am also interested in replacing my current counter top and sink arrangement with a dual sink arrangement.
If you'd like more information,or can offer a quote, please don't hesitate to drop me a line. Many thanks.
Remove and dispose 5 ft iron tub and replace with acrylic; put in new Gohe shower diverter tub spout, pressure balance rough in valve, Grohe tempesta cosmopolitan 100 shower set, Eurosmart Chrome pressure balance valve; buy and install moisture barriers and cement board around tub surround (10.3 ft x 5.75 Ft) and drywall on ceiling above tub enclosure (2.75 x 5 ft) ; buy & install adequate support (3/4 inch plywood?) over subfloor which is L-shaped (8.17ft x 4.83 ft plus 2.75 x 2.75 ft off one end for toilet area). Determine number of tiles needed for tub surround and for floor (Midgley West Arabesque glazed porcelain (12" x 24") including allowance for tile baseboard. Install tiles on floor and tub surround. Reinstall toilet. Note: the old tile and cement board has been removed I already have a vanity which I will install and will get a quartzite countertop and sinks installed by the countertop manufacturer. I will attach the sink faucets and sinks to the plumbing myself once the countertop arrives. I will paint the ceiling above the tub myself.
new bathroom - install 12 x 24 tiles on the 9 x9 floor and two walls, each 8 x 9. this includes a shower enclosure.
the enclosure's ceiling will not be tiled.
floor is concrete and the walls are ready for tiling.
the walls will have 3 strips of decorative tiles each, about 4 inches wide
the floor is level to within about a quarter inch.
one wall is square and level but the other will require some work to bring it flat.
we're looking to get this work done by the end of august.
Hi, need to reno a 1985 bathroom 113" x 145"
Remove and replace shower, vanity and potentially the jacuzzi tub if budget will allow.
Take out shower stall and put in custom shower with glass sliding door and tile
Take out 72" vanity and replace with a 60" vanity soft close doors and drawers
Re-tile entire floor.
Ensuite Bathroom, about 50 square feet, house is 30 years old.
Already done: remove drywall/tile around bathtub, remove old vanity, electrical and fan installed.
Need done: finish the work. Details listed below, but mainly remove old bathtub and install a tiled shower. Some plumbing work for shower and vanity tap. Tile bathroom floor, wall around vanity and finishing work like drywall patching/painting/caulking.
Note: vanity install already contracted separately.
Note2: tile will be porcelain
Note3: I will supply the fixtures (tap, shower valve/heads, toilet), tile and grout, paint. Please quote with materials included (ex. drywall, wood, screws, glue, grout, pipes, caulk, etc)
Remove and dipose of bulkhead over tub
Fix ceiling drywall (example around pot lights)/sand/paint
Tile in shower
Floor Remove existing flooring (vinyl)
Remove and dispose of old tub and toilet
Rerun shower drain
Rerun vanity water supply to be through wall
put layer of plywood (1/2") + glue + screw
build shower floor and install base kit for tileing
build shower door ledge (must slope to inside!) (floor only)
tile bathroom floor and baseboard tile (per design)
Shower add stud depth to wall behind shower head - approx 3"
run shower plumbing (for rain head, slider shower head and valve)
build shower seat frame
build shelving frame in wall besides shower valve
install waterproof drywall
tile shower per design
Vanity wall run plumbing for wall mount tap and drain (including turn off valves)
tile behind tap
install tap (faucet centered with cabinet above)
tile wall around vanity and behind toilet
Misc. remove fixtures (tower and toilet paper holders)
drywall fix/sand/paint (including window)
caulk where needed
I am seeking quotes for a main bathroom renovation that must be completed between July 7-21, 2015.
Overview: The main washroom (5x8) of the house will be expanded (5x12) to add a washer/dryer and a closet. All fixtures will be replaced but kept in the same locations, except for the washer/dryer, whirlpool tub and bathroom fan which will be new installations requiring new framing, electrical and plumbing.
The scope of work includes:
1) Removal+disposal of existing fixtures and 2 closets.
2) Expansion and modifying 3 closets to add washer/dryer. Framing and finishing of new closets.
3) New electrical supply for bathroom fan, lights, clothes washer&dryer, and whirlpool tub.
4) New plumbing supply for clothes washer and as required - rough-in for fixtures, tub, toilet and vanity will remain at current locations.
5) New vents to be installed for bathroom fan and clothes dryer.
6) New framing to be installed for alcove tub and exposed shower system..
7) Subway tile (2x3) installation in alcove tub area from tub to ceiling. Half wall tile installation behind toilet and around vanity.
8) Flooring tile to be installed.
9) Install new doors, moldings, and paint.
If you are interested in this project, please come by on Tuesday June 9th at 1:00pm or 2:00pm to look at the bathroom and discuss the work required. The house is located off Beechwood, north of Vanier. I will require the contact information for 3 past renovation customers as references with your quote.
Let me know if you have any questions.
I am looking to do a number of small jobs around the house. My initial focus would be to update two small condo bathrooms (approx 7x7 and 5x5).
I am looking to replace the vanties/countertops, replace the toilets, replace or remove a medicine cabinet and paint both rooms.
In terms of specifics, looking for granite countertops, wood vanities, undermount sink, efficient toilet.
We would like to get an idea of how much a renovation would cost for our bathroom. The house was built in the 1960s and is still original. A tub, vanity and toilet would need to be replaced as well as the flooring and tiles in the tub area. The room is quite small. On one side we have the toilet and vanity (one sink and small storage beneath). On the opposite wall is the bath tub. There is no room to expand.
We are seeking quotes to remove an existing wall between two bedrooms and turn one half into a master en suite bathroom. The site condition is a finished home and the square footage of the main project is approximately 500 sq ft. The house is approximately 50 years old and in excellent condition. There are no previous renovations (save some updates that have been done to make the house less dated). I have an existing two-piece en suite bathroom off the bedroom that will become a master en suite (plumbing is already in place). The existing two piece en-suite will remain in place and serve as a private water closet (only the toilet will remain in that space).
Also, to I'd like to remove and replace all of the hardwood on the upper level of the house (replacing with black bamboo) and to gut/re-do the other existing bathroom.
I have already purchased the flooring I'd like to replace the existing hardwood with, tile for both bathrooms and the shower enclosures, taps, faucets and diverters for the showers, new toilets and all of the finishing materials.
Looking for estimate to renovate my bathroom.
1. Removal and disposal of: Tile floor, Tub, Tiled wall , Vanity and baseboard
2. Installation of: Plywood 3/8€ (screwed) Drywall € - Shower base, sliding shower doors and shower accessories - vanity connection and faucet - Toilet - Fan - Mirror
3- Tile: floor Tile- shower wall tiles
I will be buying all materials
Plumbing system will remain as is ( we are not changing the placement of any plumbing).
Ready to start anytime
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