Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Scarborough homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 61 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Scarborough seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $9,435,500.00 with a per project average of $154,680.00.
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Add about 1000 sft 2n story (4 bed room, 2 fulll washroom ( both jacuzzi) and small den with balcony) main floor- standup shower washroom, one den, open concept kitchen and living room, gas fire place and gas oven top, small balcony goes from kitchen) basement 2 bed room, kitchen, one standup shower washroom) entire house new plumbing, new wiring, new insulation and new drywall, new duc line)
Need to make more living space in my 3 bedroom bungalow. Planning to modify main floor and add another floor.
Main floor - Remove wall between kitchen and living room. Remove wall between on bedroom and living room.
Add second floor with 3/4 bedrooms and two washrooms. Master bedroom with W/I closet and in suite washroom.
i am looking for an estimate to add approximately 50 sf of space at the back of our home to accommodate a stand up shower.
we have a powder room there, with a window and the back door however this means we have to take down the door and the window, build an extension to add the shower, replace back the window and door.
please send me an approximate cost,
House specs: 3 bedroom bungalow in Cliffside area built in 1955. 1250 sq. ft. We wish to increase our living space by adding a second storey and putting four bedrooms + 2 baths upstairs and remodelling the main floor into an open concept living space with a kitchen/rec room at the back of the house ( much like many new homes we have seen recently). Electrical was upgraded recently to 220 A. Plumbing from the master bedroom ensuite can be used for the kitchen.This will require major structural work since the house is poorly insulated and that would also require upgrading.
My house is approx 50 years old and it is a back split type. I would like to expand the area beside the family room and behind the kitchen of the house consiting of 2 levels in total of 450 sq feet. The top level is an expansion to my exiting master bedroom (14ft x 11 ft) to create a masterbedroom with ensuite and a walking closet. The lower level is an extension to my current family room.
We currently live in Ajax but are considering buying my inlaws house in scarborough. It is approx. 1700 sqft . Before we commit to buying the house we would like to find out the average cost of adding an addintional level to the house. I know we will need to get an engineer to inspect the structure.
Our thought is to redesign the main floor plus the second floor with 3 bedrooms, and 2 full baths. We would also like to get the entire exterior of the house finished in stucco.
Before we go and hire the engineer and an architect we would reallu appreciate it if we could get a ball park figure of the cost of construction.
Thanks in advance
Option #1:we want to add 2nd level from our existing 33x20 bungalow.
our lot size is 40x125
2nd level should be 3 br 2 washroom . Master Bedrooms will be ensuite and walkin closet.
Main Level- Kitchen will move to the Back and sliding door walkout to Deck.
Basemant not touch stay the same.
Back split -2 bedrooms and 1 left main floor, Basement untouch.
Garage moved to side of the house.
1 - Complete Drawing work Up to getting permit from city
2 - Construction According to permit with qualified professional (A - Z)
Works Detaile -
Job Type - Addition
On Ground Floor
- One 15' x 16' Room in rear portion
- One 2 cars Garage
- Entrance Area 7' x 18'
Second story on Existing + additon
If you need I will give a detaile of work with draft drwings, I need only those contractor who has on time job completion record. Also if you work only in one assigment then let me know.
Hi, I have a detached bungalow in Scarborough. I want to add a second floor as well as build a new house attached to existing. I already went to city to make sure its doable. I looking for experienced contractors to tackle this project from drawings to permits to final product.
Thank you for your interest.
1048 sq ft bungalow, would like to add 4 bedrooms on the second floor with one being the master room with a washroom and another washroom on it's own both 4pc, stuco finsh on the whole house with extra foam on the lower level, becase we would like to keep the lower level outerwalls untouched but for the lower level would need two remove the bedroom walls to open it up then to repair the cealing and walls where needed.
There are many other things that would need to be done, so before I wright a book on this I was wondering what the approxment sq ft charge is for this kind of work.
We're in a 1.5 storey home in SW Scarborough and would like an approximately 250 sq ft addition to the back (kitchen/office) on the main floor only. We want it dug out but don't want a basement. The kitchen is already there, so only need an extension to existing plumbing and electrical. Wires are all new from last reno (electrician changed everything on the main floor and basement). I'd like an estimate excluding kitchen cabinets/counters as my husband works in a wood shop and will likely be building these himself to save some $. I'd also like to know approximate down-time and if you can do this modularly. New back wall to have lots of windows and likely french doors instead of regular back door. No windows on sides. Good access to get to the back with machines as we have a long shared driveway.
Looking for addition to our existing house. It is a bunglow, around 50-60 years old with approximate area of 900 sq. ft. with finished basement of almost equal size. I am planning to add another 400 sq.ft on the ground (either inclusive of 2 car garage or separate) with equal addition to basement and then add one floor on the top.
I am looking for initial consultation, expected cost of construction, permits required, steps and process involved and the timeline to finish this project.
We would like to build an addition to our West Scarborough bungalow. The size of our concrete foundation is 24' x 42', on a 40' x 125' lot. We would like to add approx. 900 square feet of living space. We would like to see quotes on 2 options for building:
Option #1 - add a full second level on top of the current footprint. The second level would consist of two bedrooms approx. 12' x 12' each (minimun), a bathroom, and a large Master bedroom with a 4 pc. ensuite and walk-in closet. The main floor would be mostly unchanged with the exception of adding the stairway and a walk-out sliding door to the backyard. We are undecided on the finish of the exterior of the house (possibly brick, stucco, stone facade or siding, depending on cost)
Option #2. add a 2-level backsplit extending 15' into the backyard. The top level would extend into the current building approx. 5' for a total depth of 20' (or more). We would also consider "bumping-out" the width of the add-on by approx. 5'. The footprint of the add-on would basically be 30' x 15'. The upper level would be entirely for the Master bedroom with a 4 pc. ensuite and walk-in closet. The lower level of the add-on would consist of a bedroom, stairway, mudroom, a small laundry area and walk-out sliding doors to the backyard. We would also like to know if the foundation needs to be extended for the add-on and if the extension would translate into a larger basement.
I am looking for quote for full construction service that includes,
Plan and design including front elevation and perspective veiw for permission to construct first floor from municipal office.
Construction, kitchen, bathrooms, interior, exterior, plumbing, electrical, flooring, roofing etc.
Or if anyone who can only provide the planing and designing for permission from municipal office.
Or give me the category wise quote example: how much for only exterior, or how much for only interior, plumbing, kitchen etc
if you want to contact pleasee call me only **before 9 am in the morning and after 5 PM** in the evening and any time during weekends,
Thank you for your time.
Currently house is backsplit on a ravine lot in Scarborough. Would like to extend back by 1000 sq ft. and side by 1000 sq ft; With back extension will include the extension of 2 bedrooms on the 2nd floor to include walk in closet and ensuite bathroom; First floor extension will be move kitchen to be part of back extension and extend living and dining room to back and side extension.
I live in a single story bungalow, I intend to extend my existing home 10 feet X 47 ft to the back, with extension to the roof, floor and the basement with approximatly 8 feet of digging. The contractor will have to extend the house install the windows provided by me and do the rough-in of main and basement floor.
I need an estimate, duration required to complete the project by a dependable contractor with guarantee.
My house is approx 40 years old and it is a side split type. I would like to expand the back of the house consiting of 2 levels in total of 450 sq feet. The top level is an expansion to my exiting master bedroom (16ft x 11 ft) to create a masterbedroom with ensuite and a walking closet ( hardwood floor and crown moulding to master bedroom. 5 pieces bathroom with jacuzzi). the lower level is an extension to my current family room(hardwood floor).
Existing home was built in 1955 and has sufficient space at the south side to add a one storey 550 square foot addition. The dimensions are 20 feet wide by 27.5 ft long. We also want a full basement for the addition. The basement will be finished and have no internal posts as it will be used for a snooker table which needs all open space for playing. There will be an opening connecting the current basement to the new basement room.The main floor will have a circular stair to the basement as well as a washroom with the remainder of the area open as a family room for watching TV and room for some exercise equipment. There will be an opening from the current main floor area to the
addition. The drawings for this work have been prepared as well as the HVAC analysis and the trusses designed. There are 2 small windows at each end of the basement room. On the main level there will be one large window on the front aspect and 2 small windows on the rear aspect. The exterior will be clad with brick and the roof is an extension of the current hip roof. Basement will be framed with 2X4 and main level with 2x6. From the engineer's report "The existing south foundation wall footing was constructed under the OBC at the time and therefore is at least 15 inches wide. This being the case, it is permitted to use this wall as a support for the north end of of the proposed 20 foot joists" At this time, we are looking for online estimates please. Thanks
I would like to get an estimate on how much it will cost to put a second level to my house.
At present, It is a bungalow with 2 small bedrooms, Kitchen and living room. Finished basement with kitchen and 2 bedrooms.
According to property assessment notice, here is the info of my house.
Single family detached
Frontage: 25.00 feet
Depth: 104.00 feet
Lot area : 2,600 square feet
Building -exterior square footage : 739 square feet.
Year of construction 1925 (it does not look that old)
Can someone please give me an estimate.
Thank you so much..
Hi, I currently have a small-sized detached home of roughly 1200 square ft. and am looking to extend to one side, and the back, to obtain a total of roughly 2500 square ft. I currently have an engineer/architect who is working with me by providing designs and helping get approval from the city. I am currently looking for some quotes on the costs of this project. Attached below is the latest design I have received from my architect. You will notice the old-new property line on the first page.
Thank you all for your time.
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