Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Scarborough homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 46 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Scarborough seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $404,500.00 with a per project average of $8,793.00.
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Looking for ballpark quote to build a 13x26 backyard deck including parts and labour. Height is less than 2 feet off the ground. 2 sides will have steps. Quotes in materials built with pressure treated, cedar and composite would be perfect!
No railings necessary, upgrades will include pergola and privacy screens. But right now just interested in a quote for the above.
I'll respond to those with ballpark figures.
Thank you! Hope to hear from you.
The deck itself is a 2nd storey deck with approx. 15 stairs that meet at a platform that is attacheded to the deck and running down the front side of the deck. The deck itself is cvery sturdy and does not need attention. The problem started this spring when the ground shifted at bottom of the stairs causing the stairs to slip away from the deck about 2 or 3 inches. It is in the early stages so looking to remount and repair the existing staircase.
The deck itself is a 2nd storey deck with approx. 15 stairs that meet at a platform that is attacheded to the deck and running down the front side of the deck. The deck itself is very sturdy and does not need attention. The problem started this spring when the ground shifted at bottom of the stairs causing the stairs to slip away from the deck about 2 or 3 inches. It is in the early stages so looking to remount and repair the existing staircase.
The front patio is in need of renovation. After 1 month of work, the previous person doing the job did not complete it. Every time it rains, water pours in the basement.
GARAGE ROOF TOP
The same person who was hired for the patio, stated he had sealed the hole located on the garage roof top; but every time it rains water leaks into the garage.
The house is over 30 years old and was never renovated.
THIS JOB NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED A.S.A.P. BEFORE FRIDAY AUGUST 19TH.
A FREE ESTIMATE IS REQUIRED.
Looking to have my front porch repaired or completly changed. Main issue is, the stairs (concreat) have cracked and seperated from the porch, concreat slab or patio. So, looking for an estimate to repair or completly demolish & rebuild.
The base is all brick, also has a few cracks in it. This is why I'm considering demolish & rebuild. Keep in mind, there is a cold room under the stairs, so that needs to be taken into consideration. At this point, I'm looking for quotes for both repair and rebuild.
My contractor has left me high and dry but thankfully he did a solid job and did perhaps 80% of the projct before he took off. Unfortuneately I made the mistake of paying him too much upfront which I will never do again so if you want to complete this job it will be with very little down and a very tight budget.
The project consisted of tearing down an old gazebo in the back yard and rebuilding it from almost scratch. The other part of the project was building a deck in the backyard.
As mentioned both are about 70 to 80% complete. I just need someone to finish the work and I need someone who can finish it by Friday Oct 09th, 2009.
Please e-mail me if interested in coming by and taking a look. Thanks.
Hello I'm looking for some help with my pool deck currently it has patio stones around the deck and I'd like something nicer, maybe stamped concrete, I also have a grass area that no longer has grass and looking to do the same to this area.
I dont have measurements my pool is 16x32 around it is the width od two patio stones on width and about 3 on the length
looking for quotes and advice
Porch, steps and surrounding area, approximately 265 square feet.
- Restore concrete surface including the outer side of the proch and steps (2)
- area leading up to the porch
- home approx. 47 yeard old
Looking for durable material used for restoration, preferably epoxy concrete.
I want to replace two porch columns with new posts. The current wooden posts are old and must be replaced.
The new posts can be vinyl or wood which ever is feasible and less expensive.
Pictures show everything. Can you please give me a quote for labour and material?
Note: I think I need to fix the problem of porch's loss blocks first by removing and repointing the blocks before installing new posts. So if someone can do both it would be great, otherwise replacing the posts is also good.
I need to have a rotted deck torn down and a new one built in it it's place. The age of the Condo Townhouse is 43 years and is located in Toronto (Scarborough). It needs to be a self standing deck as it cannot be attached to the house. I think it's about 20X20ft. The area would need to be cleared from all debris and the ground properly prepared with plastic and gravel and sufficiently graded. A rail would be needed on three sides. Some kind of treated wood, I'm thinking cedar.
The stone risers that support the steps of our front porch have dissintegrated. I need the broken stones removed, and some new stones cut and mortared into place. There are 3 risers, about 4 feet long. Also need two long border stones in the adjoining garden remortared so that water drains away from the house. Those stones are about 1' x 4' long.
Front brick veranda, steps and walkway to veranda. Veranda is apprx. 34 sq. feet. House is apprx. 55 yrs old and has been well maintained except for veranda which was redone because of leaking about 12 yrs. ago. I was never satisfied with the work but could not get anywhere with the contractor. It started leaking again about 5 years ago and has gotten progressively worse, now something has to be done, I can't put it off any longer. The preferred materials would be the same as original veranda.
The roof is a very long sloping roof and has been creating problems with rainwater and especially with snow and ice, because the entrance is at the bottom of the lowest level and the front porch/steps (cement) have to be replaced or repaired
The question is: is there anything we can do with the roof-level /sloap????
The entrance is becoming a menace in the winter and I am afraid to fall !
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