Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Pickering homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 19 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Pickering seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $90,000.00 with a per project average of $4,736.00.
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I have just purchased a property. After the property inspection I have some plumbing issues that I need taken care of. I have attached the inspection report for further information.
Please provide estimates for:
1) Replace water shut off with ball valve.
2) Replace automatic air vent with a proper air emitting value in basement kitchen
3) Fix leaky pipe
4) Install backwater valve
5) Install dishwasher plumbing in basement kitchen
Once I have estimates I will be inviting plumbers to come do an inspection and a formal quote.
Please note if you do not provide an estimate based on the information provide I can't invite you to come do an inspection and formal quote.
I have recently moved into a new home in Pickering. Our home has natural gas throughout the house but is not yet extended to the backyard. We have a BBQ that runs on natural gas. My question is how much does it cost to run the gas line outside? I believe there is already an "outlet" for it out there.
We are looking to do this as soon as possible so a quote would be great!
(a)1 Flush Tank lever to replace (American Standard - 10 years old) the Tank and bowl are one piece. (b) Flush Tank lever loose. American Standard 2 Piece Tank and Bowl, 10 years old. May require to replace tank components. (c) Replace faucet in bathroom sink (part already purchased). I am the Home Owner. Please use OEM parts.
The main water shut off valve inside the house has an extremely slow leak (too slow to drip before evaporating at this point). As the valve is 40 years old, I'd like to replace it. It is inside a finished space but with removable cover. The actual valve is easily accessible, but the water meter is partially within the wall cavity. It is currently a simple gate valve, although I would accept a plumber recommendation for valve type and quality. Ideally the positioning would be similar to allow the cover to be re-installed. Preferably the plumber would coordinate with the works department to shut off the water to the house, although I'd like to know if there's a charge for that. If not then the timing would be the most critical component of the project.
There are also two toilet angle stops to be replaced as well as checking/ possibly clearing of the roof vent. These are not required jobs, but I would consider them given the potential savings of eliminating multiple visits.
We are looking for a plumber who can remove the existing sprinkler which connects to the fridge (see picture) and also disconnect the plubming (freon) from the unit as well as disposal of the freon. (see pictures)
Please let me know your price for the plumbing and also your availability as we would like to start this as soon as possible.
I have installed a toilet, sink and a shower in my basement bathroom, but do not feel competent enough to do the water, copper pipes myself. The bathroom has no drywall put up yet for easy access to water pipes. There is an existing water line running along the corner of the bathroom in the ceiling. This pipe is easily accessible to cut into and bring water to all 3 fixtures. I need a plumber to cut the pipe in 2 places and attach new pipes for the 3 fixtures. The toilet and the shower are on one side of the bathroom and the sink is on the other. The plumber would connect the new lines to the existing one and bring water to the 3 fixtures and connect the pipes to the toilet, sink and the faucet in the shower. I have measured that there is a total of less than 50 ft. of pipe to be used. Thank you for your estimate.
We are looking for a person with plumbing and electrician licenses with a public liability property damage insurance and WSIB. We are doing a kitchen renovation and need to have the following done
raise 2 copper pipes and possibly black PVC pipe
replace 2 valves, roughed in new sink
new water line for a fridge
5 pot light, 2 pendent lights
power line for a fridge
possibly to replace a electrical wire
installatioon of fan
cabinet umdermont light
new outlet for an island
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