Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Ottawa homeowners have planned for their Garage Construction projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 36 Garage Construction projects posted by homeowners in Ottawa seeking the services of local Garage Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,121,000.00 with a per project average of $31,138.00.
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Pending City of Ottawa authorization, I will be building a one-car carport attached to my house in the summer or fall 2011.
Measurements: 6.92 mts long x 4.57 m wide x 2.60 m minimum height
Pitched roof with a 42% slope and asphalt shingles
Metallic or wooden structure, I'm open to both options.
I want a reliable contractor to build an attached single-car carport onto my bungalow in the west end of Ottawa. The main purpose is to keep snow off my car in winter. I want a carport that compliments the house. Ideally, I would like to see some type of computer rendition of what the finished product would like before proceeding. The contractor would also be responsible for all permits and inspections.
Need to have 2-4 wooden support posts in my carport replaced. They are 4x4 pressure treated wood that are supported on concrete posts (see pictures). Replacement needed due to shifting, wood and concrete decay.
Would like new concrete support installed (sonotube?) along with new wood/steel(?) posts.
Need to remove existing fence and build a new one for car to access back yard. single detached garage 12 x 24. no variance required. Need plans and permit. interlock brick paths need to be taken up and hopefully saved to be relaid with additional new bricking to complete driveway to back of yard where garage will be. Site needs to be cleared: 3 -8 foot climbing roses and other bushes plus a small wood shed.
I need a 21feet by 13 feet garage added to the house. The cost estimate is to build out a very basic garage and connect to an existing wall of the house. The existing wall is an opening to an existing garage which I intend to convert to living space (do not provide costs to convert to living space).
The garage will be half insulated, have a basic garage door, have an interior door leading to the garage, drywalled, taped and mudded ( no sanding nor painting). It will have an unfinish floor. The roof will be very basic.
I can arrange to get drawings and permits. I just need someone to quote to do the work after I get the building permit.
I live in Ottawa, ON on Woodroffe Avenue.
I'm looking for a renovation to build a single car garage attached to a house. The garage does not require an entrance to the house. The exterior will be stucco concrete and an automatic garage door will be installed in the front and back.
The garage will have a second floor that will be connected to the converted attic. A washroom will be built in the space above the garage (or in the house if its cheaper)/
Two shed dormers are required for the house, currently approximately 30ft in length plus the garage addition. Two to three windows per dormer. Vinyl or concrete stucco exterior.
Flooring material and washroom fixtures will be provided including hardwood, tiling for the washrooms, tub, sink, shower, faucets.
The following additional items are needed:
1. Auxiliary Electrical Panel in the Attic. There is already power in the attic, but needs to be converted to use the auxiliary panel.
2. Gas line into the attic for future gas fireplace if allowed (not sure of the regulations).
3. Three Electrical outlets for each room.
Am converting a garage to a workshop. Has an existing concrete floor that is badly broken up. Am considering putting in a new floor (wood or concrete) and am also considering installing some form of radiant heating in the floor. So first question is what would be the approximate cost of pouring a new floor and if radiant heating was to be included an estimate of how much extra would be required. I like to do things myself so project could be broken down into pieces (ie I prepare the site, insulation and piping and the job is just pouring the concrete). Basically looking at my options and trying to decide upon the best and cost effective way of doing the project.
Metal or wood pole, open car port. 30 feet long, 18 - 20 feet wide. 11 feet high after addition of light deck of wood over metal roof to allow rain run off to rear and strong enough to carry snow load on deck.
The object is to cover over double driveway and provide a deck for upper apartment. Minor variance required because all old houses in the street break current Ottawa building by-law requirements.
Blank concrete garage wall next door for instance is built right up to the lot line.
Previous garage had to be demolished due to snow-damage (it became unsafe). My insurance company has had trouble sending their own appraiser out within a reasonable time and is now willing to consider outside bids even in lieu of their own people getting involved. In any case, even if their guys do get involved, outside bids are certainly welcome within their (as yet unknown) limits.
I'm looking to get a quote for the construction of a single car garage at my house. I have plans and will obtain necessary permit(s) from the City of Ottawa. Dimension are 12' by 24' with an 8' x 8' garage door. Roof is standard gable style with fibreglass shingles. I would like the quote to that shows prices including and excluding exterior cladding (like the brick in the design) since I might combine this with other recladding work done on the house. Note the property is flat and there's easy access directly off street (not laneway).
Thanks in advance for your reply.
Looking to build the smallest garage possible. Looking at a 9 x 20 foot interior. Will be inside 4 feet of property line, offset into the backyard as many of the houses of this model have done. Neighbours consulted and consent given.
Concrete slab, wood exterior, door in back of garage. We already have a window we can use.
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