Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Pickering homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 28 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Pickering seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $275,000.00 with a per project average of $9,821.00.
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I am want to build enclosed structure to cover Basement Stairs at present stairs are exposed to all weather i want to cover these steps , 2x2 window and door in front. The main idea is to protect stairs from rain and snow the reason i need a window is i dont want to block my kitchen window need some light. The length of the steps is around 8 ft and steps are 3.5-4 ft wide, would need shingles on top. expected to start in October 2009 .
Please review the pictures for the basement steps project i can provide more details after closing 30 Sep 09 , you can see the window in pic 1 i am talking about. i would also like to know if it is cheaper to use bricks for bout 4 ft and then complete the rest with wooden structure want some thing that looks decent and adds value to home and cost of completing this job is crucial as every first time buyer its kind of tight situation. Please provide rough estimates
Please forward estimates .. thanks
Looking to remove old walk out deck which is 8x8ft and replace with new deck 14x19ft. I am looking at standard rails the kind with 2x2 balustrades and 2x6 railings cap that goes over all the posts.
We need to determine which items to remove or keep so please quote separately for:
1. With stairs and without stairs (deck will be 8 to 10 ft high as it is a walkout)
2. Cost of dismantle and removal of old deck.
Looking to remove old walk out deck which is 8ft x 8ft and replace it with new 14ft x 19ft deck. I am looking at standard rails the kind with 2x2 balustrades and railing cap that goes over all the posts.
We need to determine which items to remove or keep, so please quote separately for:
1. With stairs and without stairs (Deck will be 8 to 10ft high as it is a walk out)
2. Cost of dismantle and removele of old deck.
Current deck is 4x6 deck built when house was originally built in 1986 with stairs leading down to walk-out level. I am looking to have the deck rebuilt and expanded for functionality and usability which would include a sitting area on the first or top level as well as room for a barbeque. New stairs would be required to the lower level. Potential for a mid-level smaller area but this would be budget dependant, Railings would be required on top level. I am looking to include solar lighting with flush mounted lighting on the stairs. Nice to haves would be a fire place and a small water fountain. Waterproof deck underlayment should be quoted as a separate item.
Treated lumber is preferred. Target completion date is August 15, 2012. Please submit quotes and contact information as well as advise of any further immediate information required.
Looking to replace our smaller builder original raised / attached deck (approx. 100-150 sq. ft.) with larger attached deck (approx. 300-350 sq. ft.). We recently purchased a hot tub which we will also need to incorporate in design (delivery date mid August). Open to design ideas and guidance. We finance the hot tub through retailers' finance partner Financeit and would give preference to companies which also have partnerships with Financeit so that we may keep hot tub and deck under same finance company.
We are located in Pickering and would like to get a deck with railings and one staircase built and would like to know approximately the estimated cost of the deck. We would like email feedback for now but please include your contact information and your web site if you have one.
I have measured as best as I can the dimensions of the deck. The wood we would like of pressure treated throughout. The Home Depot guy suggested using 5/4 by 6 deck boards and 48" 2x2 pickets and 4x4 posts for the railings. So this would be a good start as we have seen the material. Any suggestions would be great.
See attachment for the dimensions and layout.
I am having a swim spa delivered. I have a raised deck from the house but would like a small deck built around the spa it and possibly the stairs from the existing raised deck turned to face out from the house instead of parallel to it. The spa needs a 14 by 8 shallow rectangle to be dug filled with limestone, tampered and either a concrete pad or patio stones to be laid. The job needs to be completed by July 1 so if you have other projects that will stop you from completing the job by then please do not respond. I want someone has done many decks and can give me some possible design suggestions. The project could be done in either cedar or pressured treated wood.
A front entranceway deck - there is currently a cement block with stairs there - the wrought iron railings rusted off this summer and we have covered the block with indoor/outdoor carpet. I would like an estimate for building a deck either over the cement block or removing the block and then building the deck.
Looking for quotes to hire someone to install a very simple designed patio in my backyard - I have already purchased all of the patio stones (18 x 18's square puzzle shaped stone) - just need to have the patio put down. I want it to cover a 13 x 17 foot area. The area is currently covered with very short, almost "dead" grass and starts off level but slopes at one end. I had originally planned to do it on my own but think I took on more than I can "chew" - I was also given the wrong info and only purchased 4 - 50 lb. bags of sand so would need to arrange for you to provide additional sand or limestone for the project. I have been fairly clear on exactly what I need done - please send quotations based on my project information to me via email. Thanks
Semi Detached brick home, about 8 years old.
I'd like to put a covered? walk-out balcony off the second story master bedroom - the wall there is the shape of a bay window.
I'd prefer to save my small back yard space and secure the balcony to the wall as opposed to sinking supports into the ground. There is already a new deck on the ground immediately below where the balcony would go.
I'm also considering enclosing an anti-chamber between the master and the new balcony, for the depth of that bay-window shaped wall, perhaps with a french balcony in lieu of the walk-out balcony.
The only windows in the master bedroom are the 3 windows on each of the bay-shaped walls. The design for the new balcony or enclosure would have to allow for natural light.
I think I'll need some advice as to the size, given the shape of the wall and the neighbours attached.
I have posession of the home now but am not moving in for about a month. If the work could be done in that time frame, the house will be empty.
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