Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Toronto homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 470 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Toronto seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $8,430,500.00 with a per project average of $17,937.00.
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We are renovating the 2nd floor of our home. Space has been gutted to the brick. We are adding a small washroom and laundry as well as finishing front bedroom. All windows (4x) will need to be upgraded. Rooms will need to be furred / dry walled / insulated. Plumbing exists but will need to be fitted to new fixtures / positions. Custom built tile shower and cabinetry. Please exclude fixture prices in quote.
We have a 5'x7' Bathroom that requires the following:
1. Remove existing drywall & Tiles.
2. Insulate 2 Walls
3. Drywall / Wonderboard & Waterproof around the tub
4. Install Subfloor & heated flooring
5. Tile job -walls & floor (Bathtub built-in shelf)
6. Minor Electrical
7. Possibly custom cabinet
We would like a price to complete the enclosed washroom layout. Demolition will consist of removal and disposal of existing tile flooring, Drywall wall coverings, steel tub with tiled shower walls.
We will supply all plumbing and electrical fixtures, accessories, wet floor former, waterproofing materials, cabinet and tile. There will be a new fan (existing vent), one ceiling mounted & one vanity light required at existing rough in location. Three gang switch will need slight relocation due to widening the doorway and a new GFCI outlet will be needed.
Please include the following construction materials and all labor to complete the job:
All necessary framing materials, 36" X 80" swing door (not pocket as shown), drywall, cement board in shower, drywall tape and compound, primer, paint, standard base and door casings, plumbing & electrical rough-in materials. Lease include removal of construction debris and daily clean up.
Feel free to respond with questions prior to submission of price.
The project is on the second floor of a two story home located in Toronto. Parking is on the street in front of the house and is free.
I have included some photographs of similar jobs our firm has completed to give an idea of the quality of work we are looking for. We complete several washrooms like this per year and are looking for established contractors for on-going projects.
I would like to have the floor on my bathroom redone in ceramic tile. If I can afford it, this might include the shower stall as well. The floor surface area is roughly 25 square feet (5' X 5') . The shower stall area is roughly 40 square feet. The existing floor is a sort of mosaic tile and will probably have to be removed in order to accommodate the closure of the bathroom door. I do not know the nature of or the condition of the subfloor. The shower stall is covered in 6" square white tiles. I am renting this unit, and, therefore, am making this improvement out of my own pocket. This is an upgrade simply based on appearance. There is no structural damage or issue (e.g. leakage) with the present configuration of the bathroom floor or walls. Because I am making this improvement out of my own money, the budget is of some concern. I know this is a small project, but any assistance you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
Here are the details of the project:
- House specifications:
o Built in the 1930s - Two-Storey House; and
o Basement is newly renovated.
- We would like to install a three piece bathroom in the basement with a shower.
- We would need someone to do the plumbing rough-in as well. There is laminate on the floor that will need to be temporarily removed around the rough-in area.
- The plumbing stack is in close proximity of the potential bathroom location.
A very old wood frame house near Queen West/Bathurst. Basement bathroom, unused in 5 years since purchase needs to be made useable for visitors and guests. Currently there is a sink, shower head and toilet. Would like to add proper shower stall and new fixtures and proper framing and door. Stairs to basement need to be made more secure. Basement is otherwise not finished. Recent renos have included new weeping tile. and rewiring of entire house.
I am interested in obtaining a quotation to renovate a small bathroom in my basement (5.5 x 7 feet approx). It currently has a shower stall, sink and toilet. It has no ventilation fan.
It is very cold in this bathroom which makes it unpleasant to use, especially in the winter. House is circa 1956, bathroom built in 1980's
I would like to do the following:
1.Remove existing drywall, insulate the wall(prefer polyurethane spray foam insulation), replace drywall with moisture resistant type
2.Replace shower stall with either acrylic or tile, depending on price difference.
4.Install low flow toilet
5.Remove ceramic floor and put in a new tile floor, possibly with in floor heating
6.See if it's possible to build a small storage cupboard into the wall (there is wasted space on the other side of the wall right now.)
7.Replace the window with a more energy efficient window. (19 x20 inch approx opening size)
8.Install quiet ventilation fan
9.New light fixture.
I am not trying to make this into a luxury bathroom, but I do want it to be more functional than it is right now.
Install one shower with 38"x 38" base, two tiled walls, two pivot or rolling doors.
This will allow us to walk in/out of the shower from one side of the room and walk in/out on the other side of the room.
The shower, due to limited space, is in the centre of the bathroom.
On one side we have a door from the hallway to enter the bathroom where the toilet and vanity are located with access to the shower.
On the other side we have a door from the hallway to enter the bathroom where the dressing room is located also with access to the shower via the second shower door.
Also, when in the shower, with two shower doors on either side, we can access the toilet/sink area or the dressing room area.
Install two doors to access the bathroom from two entry points.
New bathroom installation in basement. 8' x 6' sunken bathroom requiring wall and ceiling framing, installation of alcove tub, drain, new toilet, new shower fixtures, vanity and faucets, and full tiling of tub/shower surround and floor. Plumbing rough-in partially completed with plumber returning to finish installation of fixtures. Electrical work partially completed with electrician returning once framing is complete. Need a contractor to start immediately please!
The bathroom in our basement unit needs to have some work done. We found some water damage in the walls and floor, and think it needs an overhaul. It' s a 4 piece bath, and is est. 5' by 10'. Our house is est. 60 years old, and was fully renovated 12 years ago. We're not looking for luxury as it is a rental, but something durable and modern.
We need a subcontractor to supply and install all necessary materials for the installation of the following items:
Theatre 1- sink
Theatre 2- sink
Kitchen Island- sink
We supply sink, cabinets, toilets, and faucets. Subcontractor supplies all other matrials.
Basement area approx 420-480 sq ft. Need laminate flooring (15mm thick), ceiling to be redone with dropdown & potlights, remove the kitchen, washroom to be redone with insulation and proper venting system, remove bedroom partition walls and expand the basement area by making the furnace room smaller, install a wet bar and a small stage. Re-sand and re-polish the stairs (8 steps). Install an electrical fireplace. Repaint all the walls. This basement will be transformed into an entertainment room, therefore all electrical wiring and all cables of the karaoke system must be hidden.
Already finished basement that needs renovation. The basement has a bar with a sink, chimney, bathroom. House is about 40-50 ears old and about 1700 sq ft. semi-detached home.
- Needs carpet change to hardwood (entire basement and stairs leading to it), with insulating layer underneath. Preferrably darker woods
- Needs painted walls instead of wallpaper
- Needs new sliding door into the basement
- Needs new closet over the existing closet door
- Has a bathroom that needs the floor tiles and wallpaper to be changed into ceramic tiling and painted walls
I would like to renovate the space area into an open concept bachelor basement. Please provide your best estimate. Thanks.
The house was built in 2002. Basement has a finished self-contained unit. We are looking for quotes to perform the following work:
1. Check if present, and if not - install fire isolation in the furnace room, as per fire code
2. Install fire door leading into the furnace room, as per fire code
3. Supply and install fire detection device onto the furnace ductwork, as per code
4. Potentially install fire insulation (if it is not present and if it is required) between basement ceiling and main apartment above
5. Perform other work as determined on site, to satisfy compliance and obtain retrofit status
Property was sold with an outstanding building permit. Previous owner did not bother building to code requirements and sold the property prior to post-construction inspection. I want to provide a safe living environment to residents of the house and bring the property into full compliance.
We welcome you to visit us on site (during the day is fine) and survey the premises before submitting your estimates. Main intersection is Bloor/Bathurst, please contact for details.
i need the current pre-fab shower to be removed and get the tiled shower put in the basement. current dimensions are 38X38 neo angle. need this done right for rental property so it can last.
This is what I am looking for space 38€X38€
1. Demo ( Remove Pre-FAB shower, existing drywall, tiles) and Removal
2. Prepare - Install Drain with proper flow, fill with concrete
3. Dan shield on wall and ceiling
4. Create / Install shower pan with proper slope and threshold ( Schluter System /Kerdi Kit is an option)
5. Waterproof the shower using Kerdi provided in the kit or waterproof membrane
6. Tile the shower / grout and seal
We have a finished, dugout basement but would like to reconfigure the bathroom so that it takes up less space and has some natural light. The toilet and tub/shower would stay in the same location but the sink would move. The tub enclosure would be re-tiled and in-floor heating would be added to the bathroom.
I need to replace a basic bathtub and a vanity unit. I will also require new tile above the bathtub with simple basic tile. I removed old medicine cabinet and may need that replaced with a new one. Toilet will remain as will the floor tile. It is a typical sized washroom in a 1 bedroom condo so bathtub is basic sized as is the vanity. I am looking for a budget based on hourly or labour plus material costs.
I purchased a new condo and the previous owners installed a soaking tub but did not level it. The tub leans 1/4 inch towards in the inside of the room. As a result, water flows onto to the floor each time I take a shower.
I am afraid if I don't do anything molds will get in the grout and I will have to redo all the tiles, which are same all over the bathroom, entrance and kitchen.
I tried to paste the curtain to the wall and it does not work, the water still flows even with a big towel or heavy bottle to hold the curtain..
I though of the plastic triangle too, which I saw at home depot. I don't think it will solve the problem as the water instead of flowing in the corner will accumulate further and flow over the middle of the tub, which will be more dangerous as it will increase the chances to slip off as I step out the shower.
Can I just remove caulking around the tub, level up the tub and re-apply caulking, as the caulking is over the tiles? Would that be the least expensive solution to permantely solve the problem?
Thank you for your time and cooperation,
I have a 2 bathroom condo in forest hill. Both bathrooms are currently identical with a vanity, toilet and tub. What I need done is to replace the two vanities with new ones (which i have found and Lowe's) replace the tiles in both bathrooms and in bathroom 1 put glass sliding doors for the tub and in bathroom 2 remove the tub and replace with standup tiled shower.
There is some small tile replacement to be done in the kitchen as well. This job can be started immediately.
I am one of 2 owners of a semi-detached house that is about 100years old. The bathroom is located on the second floor, directly above the living-room. In this past week or so, on different occasions, we have noticed a tapping noise, which generally does not last much longer then 10-15 seconds in the living room ceiling. At this stage we have not experienced any kind of water leakage. The other concern I have with the bathroom is, there is no air vent in the room.
I look forward to your reply.
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