Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Toronto homeowners have planned for their Demolition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 55 Demolition projects posted by homeowners in Toronto seeking the services of local Demolition Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,831,500.00 with a per project average of $51,481.00.
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We're currently looking for trades for 2 upcoming projects, a rear addition and a two car garage.
Generally looking for:
- Demolition Crews
WSIB & Liability Insurance is a must, if you're interested respond to this ad and i can send a set of drawings for each project.
I am looking for a competitive bid for a demolition and disposal of 95% of a 2 storey house. The work needs to be done within a week (starting next week) and the house prepped and ready (in a timely fashion) for the other trades to come and start excavation and disposal. Please provide references for this type of work. The job site needs to be clean every day.
Hi, I am looking for demo help, to demo the inside of a bungalow and also the roof. We are doing a 2nd story of addition. Demo will include basement, main floor and roof, including all electrical/heating systems.
Please provide name and telephone number for direct contact if interested in providing a quote.
Note: I will be at the property Saturday at 12pm & Sunday at 9am.
Please let me know if you would like to see the property.
Looking for an insured team to do some demolition. Hoping for someone to do this on the weekend. Budget about $2000 including disposal.
- remove non-load bearing partition walls (particle board wood panelling)
- lathe ceilings
- strip oak flooring
- drop down ceiling
- damaged walls (also lathe)
Total square footage is approximately 1300 - 1400.
Hi, We need to excavate and demolition the current foundation for new interior drainage tile, gravel, under piping concrete floor slab, foundation wall basement entrance concrete stairs a build new detached house 1200 sq ft, top up. Looking for an excavation specialist to provide a quote and start work, mid august in location Toronto Bathrust st and Lawrence ave w can be seen the property for proper quote.
I currently have 4 projects need to be rebuilt.
Two of them need to be demolished and excavated now. The other two will be demolished in a few months.
If your company can provide such services, please reply with your price quote, company name, phone number, yrs of experience, and indicate if your company have insurance.
Thank you for your patience of reading this msg, and hope you have a wonderful day.
Need the following services:
- 2 bins for disposal
- Need to manually tear apart the roof and gut the interior for a new 2nd storey build and redesign of the ground floor.
- The current bungalow is situated on a 30X100 lot and is approximately 900 sq.ft.
Please provide quotes and the best number to reach you. Please note only vendors with quotes will be contacted back.
I have a new residential construction in North York, building permit should be issued in one or two weeks, now I am looking for pricing of Demolition, excavation, foundation, garage & basement slab. If you are interest in the project, please email response. I will send the drawing to you.
Demolition permit has been issued. We've contacted On1Call for locates. We will be moving out shortly. After that we'll want to start demolition right away. Site will have temporary (external) electrical set up.
I have posted pictures of the site and the survey showing the old and new buildingclick here to the north and south are about 8' away from the new house. Neighbours to the north are replacing their driveway in the spring (not a big concern for damage).
The siding of the house looks like brick but is just some shingle-made-to-look-like-brick material.
In addition to Demolition and Excavation, we're interested in trying to reclaim some of the house's materials. In particular: the wood joists of the first floor (or any other substantial 2x8 lumber) and the brick foundation. We imagine this would just get piled in the back yard for another group we would hire to clean up (or perhaps your company could do this part -- it's optional). We'd like to know how much of a cost difference there would be in doing this. Would there be any cost savings because we wouldn't have to pay as much to dump it?
If there are other questions, please let me know.
We have a detached garage that's about 25' x 14' that we'd like taken down. We've had raccoon problems with it, and it flooded last winter causing mold. It has an electrical box out there that will need to be terminated.
Optionally we'd also like the concrete pad removed if possible.
A month ago I posted an ad to knock down my garage. I got about 10 great quotes through this site. They ranged in price between 3,600 cash and 7,000. The majority of quotes came through the range of 3,800-4,400.
I need my garage knocked down in the next 3 weeks. I need to add my wooden shed at the back. 10x10 wood.
I want to pay 3,800 for everything. Willing to pay cash for a better deal.
Remember there is a 2 inch cement base and everything in the garage and shed needs to be removed.
The electricity needs to be turned off and most quotes believe it is a one to two day job.
Who wants it?
Please email me.
I moved into a house in the Leslieville area about 3 years ago. There is a single standing wooden garage in the back towards the alleyway. I don't have a vehicle, so I haven't really used it except to put shovels in there. The ground isn't solid concrete, it is all rocks. The light doesn't work, and it's a complete mess in there. There is a wooden dresser drawer and a wooden standing closet. It has attracted racoons to live in there, and they have ripped apart all the insulation, but I've gotten rid of the racoons. The garage is made of wood and not brick. I would like an estimate as to the cost of this demolition and removal. I will try and add pictures later on. Thank you to all that respond.
We currently have a 20' x 22' peaked garage in our backyard that we would like to have demolished and removed. We have the demolition permit from the city.
- Garage is a two-car wood-frame structure in poor condition.
- Garage is in rear of house, with neighbour's fence at 2' off one side and protected trees off rear.
- Access is confined, can only be accessed around existing house with room for a 3' wide bobcat.
- Rubbish bin would be about 100' from garage.
- As an option, this may include the breakup of the concrete pad underneath and 2' wide sidewalks around 3 sides of the garage. We may elect to leave an approx. 300 ft2 area of the existing concrete behind. This would require 2 - 20' saw cuts to provide clean edges.
- Would want to dispose of some junk currently in the garage (shelving, metal studs, lumber, etc.)
We currently have a garage in our backyard that we would like to have demolished and removed. This includes the breakup of the concrete pad underneath/in front of the garage.
- Garage is a two-car wood-frame structure in poor condition (moderate lean), including some minor electrical (floodlight and interior light)
- Garage is in a confined space, with neighbour's fences adjacent on three sides
- Access is confined, can only be accessed by mutual drive with neighbour - approx 10' width
- Looking to have majority of concrete pad underneath/in front of garage broken up and removed (Approx total area of 40'x'20'). Would like to retain a 8' x 10' section in one corner for a future shed to be constructed on.
- Would want to maintain the existing electrical connection as an exterior outlet near the future site of the shed.
- Would want to dispose of a few items currently in the garage (two shelving units, one old coffee table)
As an optional item, would like to have priced separately the placement of topsoil and sod. Approx area of 40'x'20 still applies.
1800 Sqft Semi needs to be demo'd this weekend. Saturday & Sunday (Dec 10,11th).
- Remove all drywall/plaster from all interior and exterior walls & ceilings
- Fill dumpsters with building material garbage
- Work quickly to ensure job is done within 2 days.
We are looking for a team to do a professional gut job. The main floor is already open concept. There is o kitchen, no hardwood floors.
This would could lead to more work in the future.
Please provide rough quote for labour and garbage hauling.
New restaurant in Downtown Toronto. We need a demolition team to remove existing drywall, t-bar ceilings and some subfloors.
Approximately 3,000 square feet.
Demolition team to provide all bins. All walls and ceilings are marked as to what needs to be removed.
Site review this Tuesday or Wednesday with G.C. and Architect.
Start within one week.
References will be required.
We have a 3,000 square foot build commencement starting in the next couple of weeks. We are tendering out various aspects of this projects to experienced trades in the GTA.
We are currently seeking demolition and foundation experts to get the project off it's feet. We have permit and are ready to go.
Note to all trades, please reply with experience and availability. Project drawings and details will be emailed to all applicants so they may quote timeline and cost of work at hand.
I currently have another 2 projects need demolition and excavation.
They locate in the mid town area. (Toronto)
These 2 Projects start in 2 weeks.
There are another 2 projects will need the same service at the end of this yr.(half way through the building permit process already). I prefer to use one contractor for all of my projects so that we can build solid business relationship, but that will depend on the quality of service and price.
If you are interested, please contact me through my email, leave me with your phone number, and yrs of experience please.
I will send you the site plan so that you can give me a more accurate quote, or we can meet up on site, and review the site plan at there.
Thank you very much and have yourself a good day.
I have an old 18x20' rickety garage in my backyard that looks like a safety hazzard. The highest corner is ~8' high. Access to the garage is via 1.5 car wide laneway (I am the end unit).
I would like to demolish it and rebuild later in the summer.
The garage was built on a (shifting & cracking) concrete pad, and I am not sure if excavating it is a separate job, but I am also looking for a quote for that.
The demolition, removal and disposal of shed structure shall include but not be limited to the following:
• Shed building and interior in its entire (shed size 10x14 feet)
• Slabs and Foundations including but not limited to concrete pavers
• Filling and debris behind and around the shed up to the retaining wall
After demolition the area of the current shed to the retaining wall is free of debris and filling.
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