Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Thornhill homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 20 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Thornhill seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $185,500.00 with a per project average of $9,275.00.
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My deck is in okay condition, but some of the boards have cracked and we didn't put in any finishing before. We need an assessment to see if we need replace/repair some of the boards and refinish/stain the deck.
Please let us know. Thank you!!
My house was purchased in 2007 and the existing raised deck was installed without any structural cross-joists. It is a large deck roughly 18 x 16. The deck appears to be built correctly on the side that is attached to the house. I am looking for someone to provide a quote to stabilize the deck with a cross beam and supports. The far end of the deck is laying on top of the 3 pillars but not secured so it is a concern.
Last year I put down a patio and noticed that two of the footings also appear to be cracking. If that is the case I would like someone to advise if the repair requires new pillars to be installed at the same time.
22 ft x 12 ft deck to be sanded, stained, sealed.
Install railing on the 12 ft. side.
Build box step 16 ft long (after excavating few inches, add screening and lay down pavers (already on site) and then build the box step on top of it).
Replace fence (4 panels and 5 posts)
Budget is $1000 to $1200
Hi there professionals,
My wife and I are moving into our new house in early July. The house is 14months old and doesn't really have a patio to speak of.
We would like to do the following work:
1. The kitchen is about 3-4 feet above grade in the back and needs a small deck and stairs down
2. We want a large stone patio (200-300sq feet) that curves at the back and preferably with flagstone or a combination of flagstone and interlock
3. We can't do a full deck because the set back requirements are ridiculous for my house (4m back from the fence line, leaving me an above grade deck of 1.8m)
4. We would like to widen our driveway by adding an interlock parking pad/walkway that will be big enough and able to support a car to park on it.
5. Some minor landscaping in the front to follow the curve of the new walkway.
Our house is a premium pie shaped lot. It is 25ft wide in the front, but extends to 50 in the back. That is why we would like to do the interlock in the front, to have room for two cars.
Some other small things I would like would be the construction of a small shed for the backyard and the installation of a natural gas line for the bbq.
Thanks everyone for your quotes.
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