Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Ottawa homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 78 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Ottawa seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $800,500.00 with a per project average of $10,262.00.
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Need to replace a small area of rotten plywood sub floor in bathroom (3 x 5 feet). This was the floor area under and around the toilet. The room (approx. 10 x 5 feet) has already had everything removed: vanity, toilet, and the old flooring, so it's a fairly easy job for a professional. The house is 30 years old. The original plywood subfloor is 5/8 inch.
Most importantly, I need someone to do the small job above fairly soon, in the next week or two.
All or part of the following could be added. I've been planning to do it myself but haven't yet.
-installing laminate flooring in two bedrooms and a small hallway (flooring already purchased)
-installing baseboards throughout the house (living room, dining room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, a few halls)
-tiling small section of bathroom, the 3 x 5 feet area mentioned above that needs the new sub floor (I intend to do this myself, but if you are also a tiler I'd be happy to give it up.)
• Best value on approximately 786 square ft or 87.33 square yards of carpet including installation and old carpet removal in a condo.
• The same installation and removal services for linoleum measuring approximately 198 square feet or 22 square yards.
• These renovations are being made to help sell a property and therefore value is the most important consideration. Please include all costs.
I hired a contractor who took my deposit and went awol!
Can someone please help me!
Approx 900 square feet of Jatoba hardwood to be installed in townhouse
3 bedrooms, upper hall. Main floor living, dining, and eating open floor plan.
Floors are 4.25" wide
No transition strips wanted.
Demo is done. Some parts of the floors are squeaking so need you to screw those down.
Need you to put nosing on after as well. All materials are there.
There is furniture as people do live there but not much
I need someone immediately as this is an emergency situation.
By immediately I mean latest START day is Monday.
Please can someone be a hero and help!
If you are not available but know someone who is I would appreciate that as well.
My wife and I recently purchased a home in Barrhaven. It is a 3 bedroom Bungalow, with a completely finished basement. We want to replace the flooring on the main floor with hardwood. 2 of the bedrooms currently have carpet, as well as the living room. 1 bedroom has laminate flooring. The hallway, dining room, and kitchen all have ceramic tile. We would like to leave the tile in the main floor master bathroom and hall bathroom, but would like to replace it everywhere else. We understand it costs more to remove ceramic tile. We have not yet decided on a specific hardwood type or colour, but we are exploring our options currently. We believe the main floor of the house is around 1100 sq feet. The house was built in 1996, and is in the chapman mills area. We would like to start the project immediately after the date of possession in mid June.
We also would like to extend the chain link fence up to the side door of the house as well as close a small gap on the other side of the house. All in all it would likely be 30 feet of new chain link fence. We do not have precise measurements as of yet, but we do have one more visitation before the date of possession in mid June.
I need flooring installation for:
- bamboo flooring for living room (23' x 14'6") and kitchen (11'9" x 11'0") together
- tiles for 3 bathrooms (8' x 9', 8' x 9', 10' x 10')
- carpet flooring for 3 bedrooms (15'1" x 10'6", 11'6" x 9'6", 9'6" x 9'3")
- engineered hardwood for basement (13'9" x 11'5")
Installation of approximately 200 square feet of ceramic/porcelain tile in kitchen, half-bath, front entrance and hallway.
Installation of approximately 800 square feet of hardwood (solid or engineered) in dining room, living room, 3 bedrooms and 2 landings. I am also looking to have hardwood installed on 3 sets of stairs, each containing 6 steps.
The property currently has a combination of tile, hardwood and linoleum flooring. Please include an estimate for the removal of the current flooring.
I can provide material and would like to have the project completed by the end of June 2017.
Home with natural finish oak hardwood flooring (pre-finished, bevelled edge panels, installed by builder). - *Looking for professional hardwood flooring specialists* - for sanding and refinishing with clear/natural finish. 2 yr old home would be vacant; 2mm sanding thickness required to fix damages by tenants. Please note home is in Ottawa.
I need a quote for the installation of hardwood flooring and baseboards for hallway (approx. 12 x 3), living room (approx 12 x 10) and reading room (approx 10 x 10). Preferred material would match what we have in the kitchen, which has several coats of finish on it for high-traffic area. As well, baseboards would need to be high-end, pre-finished. Age of house is 28 years.
1. House - 4 bedrooms, totalling approx. 506 square feet. Currently has carpeting; would like to replace with hardwood.
2. House was built in 2008/09.
3. I'm considering either floating floor bamboo or "traditional" hardwood for the bedrooms.
4. The house will be empty i.e. no funiture to move around (we just purchased the house, and would like the work done before we move in).
5. Work needs to be done between Novermber 13-15, 2011.
6. I will supply the bamboo or hardwood.
Please quote price for 1) floating floor, 2) "traditional" hardwood.
I would be interested in getting my baseboard electric heating by ducts for heating and cooling through out my house.
(Basement, main floor, top floor; build in 1981) 1600 sq feet.
I would also be interested in replacing carpets by hardwood floors at the same time.
I live in a condo where the main area has existing hardwood in place (approx 750 sq ft). The wood is in decent condition (it was resurfaced only 3 years ago) but the polyurathane was never layed on thick enough to provide sufficient protection. I would like to have this area 'screened' to remove superficial scratching and to protect the floor properly (from liquids, cleaning products, etc).
I would also like to install either laminate flooring or hardwood in the master bedroom (approx. 250 sq ft). The bedroom is currently carpeted - beneath the carpet is a concrete floor.
I would appreciate receiving quotes for 1 - the screening of the main area floor, 2 - installation of quality laminate flooring in the bedroom, 3 - installation of hardwood in the bedroom.
My apartment is lightly furnished (I've just returned to the city and have much of my stuff in storage). The existing main area floor is Oak and the stain is a dark espresso. I would like the new flooring in the bedroom to match the main area floor as closely as possible.
Many thanks in advance,
I want to install hardwood flooring on the upper floor bedrooms and hallway.
The 4 bedrooms and hallway total about 800 sq.ft
I would also like to replace the carpet on the stairs with hardwood (or EZ-tread, or some other smilar product)
The hardwood on the main floor needs to be refinished - about 700 sq. ft.
I want to install laminate flooring in the basement . . .about 700 sq. ft
Planning new flooring installation.
1) Removal of existing carpet on hallway stairs, upstairs hallway and masterbedroom area and installation of new underpad and patterned berber carpeting. Install new baseboard where new carpet installed. Total area approximately 1,000 square feet.
2) Removal of existing carpeting, install new level subfloor, and install new wide plank 5" oak flooring and baseboard in living room. Room is 12' x 18' (220 sq ft).
Installation of WarmBoard into an older home. This is a small and straight forward project but a mistake would be costly because the warmboard sheets are custom fit to my home and would take months to replace. This is a job for a skilled carpenter with flooring experience. Must be willing to work with owner.
We already have the wood, and looking for someone to install the harwood on our floors. We need someone to finish our baseboards in the living/dinning room area, finish the wood where the banister sits, and install wood in our den, and hallway. Therefore, approx square footage is around 100 feet.
Looking for someone as soon as possible.
I am looking to redo the flooring for the kitchen, living/dining room area of a house I have recently purchased. Would like to have the work done prior to moving in, so a nice empty workspace.
We will be using a laminate floor, 10mm (australian made), further details of product to be installed available at request (invoice at home~)
Total floor area consists of a kitchen (no appliances in place), living room and dining room (landing area of stair case is here, banisters meet floor). There is 280 square feet combined in the entire space.
There is currently a stick on vinyl plank (fake wood looking...)on the entire floor surface that is stuck ontop of original vinyl/tile in kitchen (not sure what is under it in the living/dining area but most likely subfloor).
Let us know what you can do.
Rip up carpet that is stained with cat urine in some places and replace with laminate flooring that has already been purchased. We have also bought some paint like substance to put on the subfloor to cover the cat urine smell prior to putting down the laminate. It dries in 45 minutes.
There are three rooms and a hallway that need to be done. One of the rooms is the "great room" or family room and the other two rooms are bedrooms and a hallway. The total area to be covered is approx. 500 sq. feet.
We have one quote that included the removal and disposal of the carpet and the addition of quarter-round.
Looking forward to hearing from a few of you.
Downtown codo (2 bedroom 1 bath) built 1985
- removing carpets and putting laminate floor
- painting all rooms
- installing new bath tub
- repairing closet doors
- putting ceramic tile in the kitchen
Bedroom 2 - 13.0 X 9.0
Kitchen - 11.0 X 8.06
Living/dining Room - 23.0 X 11.4
Master Bedroom - 12.0 X 10.0
Need to have 84 sq ft of laminate installed.
Need 5 door transitions installed.
Need to have 20 balusters and 4 post (2 full, 2 half) removed and a bullnose to butt laminate up to removed and replaced.
Please quote including time it would take to do and availability.
We're looking to have laminate flooring laid throughout most of our home. We've started buying the flooring and we are using laminate with the padding attached. We cannot glue down the floor or remove any of the underlying flooring, when we move we need to return the floors to what they are now. We have already completed two rooms. We are looking to have someone finish the job. Our entire home is 900 Sq/Ft and as I said we we've already completed two rooms, plus we are not having the bathroom done. We would like quotes based on the 900 Sq/Ft. Obviously it will be considerably less, but please quote on this area.
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