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I have an bath tub/shower that needs replacing. There is mildew coming through the linoleum, and it's time to replace. I also need two toilets replaced with eco toilets. And need a ventilation fan installed in the main bathroom.
Not looking for anything fancy. Just want it done properly in a cost effective way.
I have a small 3 piece bathroom, the toilet and sink/vanity are less than a year old but the bathtub/shower unit is older and I would like it replaced with an Inclosed shower and shelve unit. Could you quote on the work, disposal of existing tub/backsplash and materials (for mid-market product)?
I manage a 63 unit townhouse complex. One ground floor bathroom currently has a neoangled shower, which has leaked for over a year despite several attempts to repair it. Would like a quote on building a solid wall, tiled shower with a pan base to replace old free standing current shower. There is an unfinished basement underneath it. Will most likely need some type of lighting fixture overhead as well as some floor repair/replacement. I have called 3 local contractors and not one showed up, as promised, to quote on the job despite follow-up calls. I am very frustrated with contractors. Is there anyone out there who will quote on this job? My hands are tied, I need 3 quotes for any work over $1,000.
The bathroom subfloor needs repair. I wish to evaluate whether I will proceed with a complete bathroom renovation or simply address the flooring and source of leak. I have aleady removed the toilet and linoleum vinyl flooring surface but have not removed or repaired any of the subfloor. Depending on the cost of the floor repair (not certain about the extent or origin of the leak), that will help determine the scope of the project which would include electrical and plumbing work.
I have a very small bathroom that needs an update. My house is an extremely old house in the St. Catharines downtown. It has only one bathroom and I need that bathroom to be more modern. I was hoping for ceramic tiles on floor and in shower, new tub, new toilet, shelving behind toilet, and new wall paper or paint. I have a quote from one contractor but would love to hear from some others.
11' x 7' two-piece, lower-living area bathroom to be upgraded to three-piece. Main work requirements include: 1) remove window and install exhaust fan, 2) tear out small linen closet that juts into bathroom, 3) install pedestal sink on opposite side of room from existing sink, 4) install bowed tub and curtain wall for mounting shower head, 5) cut concrete floor for sewer pipe where necessary, 6) relocate electrical switch, lighting at existing sink to pedestal sink and mirror, and electrical plug for appliances from existing sink to pedestal sink and mirror, and 6) tiling.
We (home owners) would like to update our small bathroom (9 ft by 4 ft 8 in, nor including shower/tub) and I suspect it may need to be gutted to deal with mold and moisture problems. The present floor plan and plumbing seem fine.
What needs to be done:
- Install exhaust fan/ceiling light
- Remove existing wall tile and repair walls
- Install ceramic tile flooring (31 sq ft with existing floor plan)
- Remove old tub and install new tub/shower (one piece; 30 in by 58 in))
- Remove old and install new wood cabinets (vanity) and sink (22 in wide by 6 ft long). Flexible about countertop, although stone would be nice (granite or marble) if we can afford it.
- Install ceramic tile backsplash
- Remove old and install new toilet
Please provide quote with and without painting. We may do that part ourselves depending on the cost.
We have a toddler and only one bathroom with a bathtub in the house. Completion of the project as quickly as possibly would be greatly appreciated. Start date is relatively flexible (although sooner would be better) so long as the project is completed this summer.
existing bathroom is about 20 yrs old and we are looking at gutting and updating the size is approx 6' w x 8' l x 8'h and currently has a small vanity , whirlpool tub and toilet.
we want to increase the size of vanity to approx 48' complete with granite & undermount sink, a 42" x 42" neo-angle shower enclosure with seamless glass and a new toilet.
ceramic tile on the floor and shower, new lighting(sconce) and fixtures
Plumbing would have to be done to accommodate new shower location as well as electrical wiring for new sconces and pot light over shower. also require painting
The bathroom currently has a beam running along the length of the ceiling which appears to be architectural and would like removed
we are looking for a contractor who can supply & install all work and materials required, has all liability and WSIB, along with solid references.
Work would commence end of May, this year. Location is in St Catharines
The house is a 60 year old bungalo. The bathroom needs replacement floor (it's currently peel and stick - without the stick!) and vanity and medicine cabinate. The walls have old mock tile and need something to replace it. There is a tub surround that is awful and currently no shower - need to add one. The room is @ 4' by 12' and with the exception of toilet and tub I think everything needs to go. I want it replaced and then the house will be sold - so no gold plated fixtures - make it look good and servicable.
Main Floor Bathroom
We have purchased new toilet, vanity with sink, faucets and tub. Need help to install these and also need to replace/upgrade the bathroom exhaust fan. Currently the fan only exhausts into the attic, but we would like it to exhaust to the outdoors.
Project would also include installing ceramic tile on floor and tub surround.
We are planning to turn our one large, dysfunctional bathroom into two bathrooms: one four piece ensuite with a tub and shower and one smaller bathroom with a custom shower and smaller fixures. We have a project manager who drew up the plans but we are still looking for someone to do the work. We know exactly what we want in terms of design and fixtures.
#1-replacement of small 30 sq. ft. bath fixtures, including vanity, toilets, shower door, light fixture, and flooring.
I have sourced all items required.
#2-replacement or repair of existing deck on house; considering composite decking. Deck is 12 yrs. old. We do not require any design work done-just replacement of existing deck.
Full bathroom tear out and redesign (12' x 6')
Remove all drywall, flooring, ceiling, cabinets, bathtub and tiles and existing window
Replace with mould resistant drywall, tape, mud and primer ready for painting, install new sub floor and tiles, install bathroom cabinet. Fix toilet main drain and reinstall existing toilet. Install full modular shower and pan with new shower equipment. Replace window
Supply all equipment, and labour
Need to add small bathroom in my tiny basement. Honest and professional installer wanted.
You would need to start from scratch as basement is only partially finished. Water pipes... drain etc., are visible since washer and dryer is nearby.
Would like to add corner shower, toilet, sink and ceramic tiles.
I am looking to have one of my kitchens and one of my bathrooms renovated. Will likely need to rip everything out and start over. Need new kitchen cabinets, counter tops, floor etc. Not looking for overly fancy materials, just a refreshing new look. Budget selection of $5000-$20000 is more like $3000-4000 for bathroom and $7000 for kitchen.
Please contact if you are interested in doing a no obligation estimate for the job.
Circa 1920 house on Dufferin st. Want to open up wall between kitchen and dining room (leaving bottom half of wall with bar countertop). Bathroom on 2nd floor above kitchen, simpler Reno. Want to do together as may need to alter plumbing to suit changes in these 2 rooms. Would like to have contractor opinion and estimates.
I have house that will be rented by students. I need a full bathroom in the basement. There isn't a rough in currently. Trenching will be about 20 feet. Just want an estimate so I know what I am looking at. Don't want anything fancy. Will require everything that a normal bathroom would have, tub, toilet, sink, vanity etc. Please let me know an approx price. Thanks.
Widen door from 24" to 36" removing shrt interior wall and re siting electrics. Remove bath and replace with wheelchair access shower, Moen shower, soap dispensers and handrails, remove toilet and replace with high level toilet, remove vanity and replace with disabled access vanity unit with Moen tap. Source and supply new bathroom furniture. Replace lighting and supply and fit shower light and extractor fan. Bathroom fittings to fit in existing positions to minimise access from underneath. Supply and fit waterproof flooring. Paint and finish to complete.
Bathroom modifications are required to provide access for disabled occupant.
Replacement of the existing claw foot bath tub with a walk in shower, equipped with new levered taps/faucet and seat
Replace a vanity with a smaller vanity/wash basin with levered taps/faucet vanity height to suit disabled occupant
Replace the existing toilet with a new raised comfort (min 20")
The provision and installation of grab bars securely fastened beside the toilet, outside and inside the shower stall
Install waterproof walls and ceilings including finished baseboard and door trim where required
All debris is to be discarded from subject property
You must be able to give me copy of your licence and WISB.
this washroom has a 50 year old sink, a toilet with rusted bowl a makeshift shower, would like to completely redo complete with tub in this small space.must remember pure concrete in there. Must be honest, reliable, great price and I had a bad experience redoing the upstairs bathroom took them way too long and sloppy workmanship!!
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