Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Thornhill homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 51 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Thornhill seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $920,000.00 with a per project average of $18,039.00.
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We have an original 70's basement bathroom that we are looking to upgrade. Unfortunately, we need to have a back flow valve installed while we are at it (due to a 2009 flood) , so the concrete floor would need to be broken up and the mainline accessed. This sewer pipe is approx. 5' down - which is a pain. AND We are looking to do this with permits. ..
The bathroom itself can be very basic: 36x36 shower stall - tiled, small wall vanity and toilet. We are looking to begin asap and need a quote within the next week or so.
2 bathrooms - partial reno:
1st: tiles around the bath, tub shield (rona) installation, tiles around double sink vanity, towels and toilet holders.
2nd: tiles around Jacuzzi bath, total shower reno (tiles on the shower floor and walls, shower door installation).
Plumbing: 3 toilets change, 2 shower set, 1 bath faucet
All materials purchased, can start right away.
need quote to remove existing bathtub and installation of pre-formed shower stall including drain and hardware.Removal and installation of two toilets and two vanities along with installation of new kitchen sink.Must be insured to work in condominiums.Possesion date of condo is Sept 16,2008.Work must be completed within two weeks due to disability of homeowner.
We are looking to renovate a master bathroom in our condo apartment.
We will require the following:
1. installing new tiles throughout (walls and floor aproximately 140sq feet all together)
2. replacing the vanities with all the plumbing work and putting a filler between the side wall and the vanity.
3. replacing the shower glass door and window
4. changing 2 water taps (shower and bath)
5. converting a small wall cabinet into a niche
6. installing 2 open wall shelfs
7. refreshing the ceiling
Kindly provide 2 quotes - 1. Labour only. 2. all included
Looking for someone to update our bathroom 6.5 ft x 10. Currently has single sink 24", a jacuzzi corner tub, separate shower stall and one toilet. The Sink is next to the tub. Couple of things I would like to do:
1. Can two sinks be installed? or extend the counter of the sink and downsize the tub?
2. Replace all current brass fixtures to silver, replace cabinet knobs to silver
3. Replace countertop with granite and undermount sink, replace toilet
4. Replace all floor tiles and wall tiles including wall tiles in shower stalll
5. Perhaps replace shower stall with a glass one.
I would like to know estimate and how long it take to complete the job.
Online Estimates Only, thank you.
We live in a townhouse that was built in the early 70's. In accordance with that time period, they installed an ugly green vanity top, sink, toilet, shower etc. in the upstairs bathroom. We have since replaced the toilet and shower and are now looking to replace the vanity or just the vanity top. We have looked at Home Depot for a vanity top that we could use to replace the old one as the actually vanity cupboards could be alright with a coat of paint, replacement of cupboard doors, hinges and knobs. The problem we have encountered is that the size of the vanity (49" x 22") has an off-center sink (sink to the right side) and it seems that these tops can only be custom ordered in the most expensive materials...not ideal for us. The pipes under the sink will not allow the sink to be centered in the vanity of that size. So we are hoping for one of two things:
1. That a contractor could find & install a vanity top & sink that would suit our size and sink placement criteria.
2. That a contractor could install a brand new vanity unit (complete with cupboards, vanity top, sink & faucets) that is smaller than the current size. That way we could have a small vanity with a smaller sink which is centered. If we do it this way, the wall would have to be cleaned up where the old vanity was attached to the wall. Also, it looks like the floor was tiled around this massive vanity until but the tiles look pretty standard so some tiling would have to be done around the new vanity, once we found tiles that matched the old ones. Worse case scenario, we would have to replace all of the bathroom tiles.
Quotes and/or requests for further details would be welcomed. Thank you.
Full Bathroom needs to be redone. Bathroom is approx 60 sqft.
Needs new floors
New Tiles in bathtub/shower
Possibly New Tub and Shower Head (depending on price)
Possibly New double sink (depending on price)
Possibly painting for ceiling and walls
I am looking for and estimate and ideas to work on this project asap.
Need to renovate the main bathroom.
Tub to be removed and replaced
Vanity to be removed and replaced
Toilet to be removes and replaced
Install 2 -3 pot lights
Tile tub area including ceiling
Tile additional walls about 60 squ ft in bathroom
I will supply all materials and only need labour supplied.
All plumbing and electric must be done by a lic trade.
When replying please give approx time to do the job and price.
Contractors who give me a ball park price will be taken into consideration.
We have recently purchased the hpouse and themaster bathroom was a disaster. We have removed all the previous ammenities( tub, toilet, sinks.) as well as all the tiles so the project is build ready. We are trying to create a new space to include a tub and seperate shower along with some space for a closet. There is a sense of urgency since we are scheduled to move in to the property at the end of September and would liek to have this completed by then.
We are looking for an estimate on complete overhaul of our current 3 piece bathroom (sink/vanity, toilet, and Bath/shower) on our second floor. We do not require changes on location of the 3 pieces but would like to replace the whole bathroom including the floor and drywalls. The Bath/Shower faces the exterior wall and has the window for ventilation. We would consider standard quality materials. The size of the bathroom is small at 11.5ft by 5ft.
Additionally, we would like to build a customized closet in the master bedroom that is beside the bathroom.
Also, we would like to replace the carpeting on our stairs with hardwood (11 steps that are 3 feet wide) .
We would like to initially receive online estimates only for now.
We just purchased a condo. The size of the condo is 1528sqft. I would like to put laminate floors in 3 bedrooms and the living rooms.
We also need to renovate the 2 bathrooms. I would like an estimate for either a packaged deal or cherry pick items to reduce the cost.
I need these done ASAP (within a week) before I move into the condo so please call now.
I am doing a demolition of 2 bathrooms and a kitchen and removing 2 walls to convert a 3 bedroom to a 2 bedroom. Will need to install kitchen cabinets, add 2 receptacles in kitchen, move a light switch. Install new light fixtures, dimmers, dishwasher, microwave, sink, faucet. 2pc bathroom will need tile only on the floor and 3pc being converted from tub to shower will need tiles on floor and walls. Install two floating bathroom vanities with faucets, two toilets, two light fixtures. Floating engineered hardwood, tongue and groove, baseboards, etc. to be installed everywhere except bathrooms (unit is approx 1000 sq ft). Repair drywall and stippled ceiling where walls have been removed and paint unit. I have ordered the kitchen cabinets and hardwood, vanities, toilets, faucets, etc. Just looking for labour.
I'm looking to renovate completely the bathroom: floor tiles, tiles around the bathtub, remove the tube, place a new one, repairs/plumbing, etc. I will provide materials and remove the old floor and tiles. I'm looking for free quotes and time-frames. The house was built in 1985. The square footage is 8 x 5.
80 SQ ft of wall space to tile, 60 SQ feet of shower wall to tile, 50 sq ft of floor to tile. Will use porcelain tile. House is 23 yrs old. Need a wall removed (its not a support wall). New bathtub, and new vanity put in. Want to add a ceiling fan, and electrical to add lights near vanity mirror. New toilet installed.
It is the only 4 piece bath in the home, it needs new tub/shower, sink/counter and wall tiles.
the floor is new and nuetral in colour. I have not bought this house but would like a contractor to come in and look at it and give me a price and timeline for the renovation. It is located in the Bayview and 407 area, it is a condo townhouse.
New Bathroom needs to be constructed in an un-renovated part of basement. Basement has no rough-in, but is directly under the main floor bath. Bathroom would include: toilet, sink and stand up shower and exhaust fan. Project would include new wall construction, drywall, plumbing, tiling, electrical, etc.
Need the existing Powder Room (40 in x 80 in) renovated. We have purchased new Vanity, Toilet and tiles for the floor. Old vanity, toilet and tiles on floor need to be removed. Will need new baseboards. Existing drain pipe needs to be moved to accomodate new vanity. Need to paint wall areas where vanity and toilet were prevoiusly.
Please quote timeline and cost to do this.
Following are the requirements:
1. Remove and dispose the old sink/vanity.
2. Remove old mirror
3. Remove old fixtures (towel bar, tissue-roll bar, etc.)
4. Remove old paint
5. Install new vanity/mirror
6. Install sensor operated faucet
7. Apply new pain
8. Install new fixtures (towel bar, tissue-roll bar, etc.)
9. Fix old grout of the tiles (kitchen, foyer, laundry, powder room)
10. Fix a dry wall (approx. 4 sq. ft. cut open for plumbing repair)
11. Fix laminate (less than 2 sq. ft. damaged from leak)
Small washroom to be put in basement. 2 pc bath (shower, sink, toilet)
Requires a short separation wall (approx 6 feet long) to be built with door and
drywall put up on a small portion of end wall also approximately 6 feet. That end was never finished. It has insulation on it and the frame to nail drywall onto but no drywall.
Looking to repair and remodel a leaking shower enclosure. Wet drywall was torn down to reveal significant water damage and rot in the wooden frame below the raised step-in door. Wetness goes below floor level of the tile. Would like to focus on rebuilding a water tight, well-sealed enclosure vs. high end finishes and aesthetics.
Also looking at replacing shower fixture, shower wall and floor tile, and installing bathroom ventilation fan.
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