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In total, TrustedPros has received 285 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Toronto seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,172,100.00 with a per project average of $11,130.00.
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I need to install laminate in my basement. It has 3 rooms with 600 sq ft in total.
I have removed everything including the old carpet, and I need an experienced contractor to:
1-place the underlay
2-install the laminate
3-install the transitions
Can you please let me know your experience and a rough estimate for this job.
Total area between 500 and 700 sq ft includes: 2 bedrooms joined by a landing plus a linen closet. Master bedroom has a walk in closet, the other bedroom has small regular sized closet. Third bedroom with small closet may be added to the project possibly We are looking for the installation of the flooring only. Willing to assist to reduce costs.
We have the material which is 7mm, foam backed, click lock laminate.
We have 1092 sq ft of (purchased) stranded bamboo flooring to be laid. Renovation project - no furniture on site, all on one level of house.
We have purchased glue for a full spread glue down method on plywood sub floor.
Please quote with a cost break down of:
1) sub floor prep including remove and dispose of existing floor, screwing down existing sub floor to floor joist, leveling
2) under cut door frames/jams to accommodate flooring installation
3) Install 3 inch ft of pre-finished nosing
4) Install of quarter round on existing baseboards
We asked for a cost breakdown because we may opt to do the sub floor prep ourselves.
Additionally, for a separate quote - on another floor we have another 850 sq ft of wood flooring to sand, stain and finish (applying one coat filler, one coat stain, 3 coats straight satin polyurethane), and installation of quarter round on existing baseboards.
My existing bamboo flooring needs to be removed, as well as the tile in the foyer and kitchen. Replace with new flooring throughout.
The apartment is 735 sq feet. One bedroom plus a den area. There is a large walk in closet in the bedroom and closet with glass doors in the den. The apartment will have furniture in it which will need to be moved around while the work is taking place. I might be able to move some of the smaller items out.
I am the owner and resident of the unit. The flooring has already been purchased so it would just have to be installed accord to the specifications of the condo board.
We are looking for someone who can level off a basement floor.
We're thinking a new slab of concrete would have to be poured over the existing slab in order to level it off.
Its about 600 square feet.
There is currently laminate flooring over it, which would have to be removed and then reinstalled once the floor is leveled off.
We are looking to get estimates and pricing.
1) I have a small bathroom that needs to be gutted and remodeled (remove everything).
2) Midsized bedroom - Hardwood floor to be installed, currently has carpet.
Would like to use one contractor for both jobs. Please be prepared to provide references.
MUST HAVE A METRO LICENCE.
Dear Perspective Contractors,
We are interested in either replacing our Brazilian Cherry Engineered Jatoba Flooring with the same type of flooring, or repairing those planks and tea trees with new ones. We have noticed that our flooring has some dents, checkings and some wear and tears, although we have humidiiers in our unit, but our flooring tends to be quite delicate. We are looking for a long-term solution. Therefore, we are hoping that we would be able to replace those damaged planks, etc. Also, please note that our floor is floating and if we replace/repair this flooring, it has to be through a clicking method, not gluing or nailing, as our Board does not allow it. If you offer the services and the type of flooring that we are looking for, and, if you offer high-end flooring, please contact us.
We are looking to hire a flooring company to install all our flooring by the end of November (starting in 2 weeks approximately). No removal necessary, just installation.
We require full proof of liability insurance including a copy emailed to work in the house during installation of the floors.
The job entails:
3 bathrooms tiled, 6 rooms carpeted and hallways and stairs, 2 entrances tiled, 2 rooms hard wood installation, 1 rooms laminate installation. All together close to 1500 sq feet of flooring needed to be done.
We have purchased the hard wood floor already and laminate, but haven't purchased the tiles, or carpets.
Competitive pricing required, flooring specialists only.
Please email or call me if you are interested in pricing this job and I can meet you after hours.
I need to replace floors on appartment around yonge and finch.
The floor I want to use is this:click here bdr Carpet 157 sqft
Mstr bdr Closet Carpet 33 sqft
2nd brd Carpet 100 sqft
2nd bdr clst Carpet 7 sqft
Living Room + corridors Laminate 286 sqft
Kitchen Ceramic 47 sqft
Total 630 sqft.
The service should include removing laminate, carpets, if necessary base boards (not sure if possible to keep old baseboards??), installing the new floors and all the finishes, including base board and moldings.
Must be licensed! I will be requesting the license number for verification.
We can schedule a visit to the apartment, I'll be taking this friday off for this purpose, so It would be great if we can accomodate for friday Nov 2nd or the weekend after.
Work should start on the 7th, 8th or 9th of nov.
Rough email estimates that can be correced upon visit are apreciated.
I have ordered laminate flooring for one of my condo units.
I am hoping to start laying on February 24th (2 weeks from now) and it shouldn't take long as it is only 400-450sf that require new flooring. It is a brand new unit, about 10 months old, so probably don't require new underpads and baseboards.
Would you kindly provide the quote for laying laminates for 450sf, and to remove existing engineered flooring, please?
If things go smoothly, I have a triplex that I may work on as well.
Look forward to hearing back soon.
I would like to get a quote on how much and how long is it going to take to renovate a 2 bed room plus den condo on Yonge and Sheppard.
I am looking to remove old carpet and replace it with either hardwood or laminate, depending on the price.
Also I would love it to be painted. Please note that the living room has chair railing, will probably use 2 different colors.
This is about 900 square feet condo with 2 bedrooms and den.
Looking forward hearing from you!
I am looking for a contractor with experience installing engineered hardwood floors and with painting. The project includes removal of the existing floors (carpet in bedroom, engineered hardwood in living room, dining room, and office/den).
My condo is 700 sq. ft., approximately 600 sq. ft. of which will receive the new engineered hardwood floors. The existing tile in the kitchen and bathroom will remain. The engineered hardwood will need to be laid seamlessly throughout, and the quarter round will need to be removed and replaced.
The engineered hardwood and quarter round will be purchased by me in advance.
The painting to follow will be the walls of the entire condo (700 sq. ft.) in one colour, and repainting the baseboards and quarter round trim (in white) after installation of the floors.
The paint will be purchased by me in advance.
My condo is located in the High Park area of Toronto.
We live in a city split-level condo townhouse where you walk in the front door and immediately walk up 13 stairs to get into our home. The stairs were previously covered in Burlap tan carpet and after eleven years of stains, wear and tear, we removed the carpet completely. Our original plan was to pain the tread and risers, but they are not completely smooth and only plywood not hardwood or veneer.
We are looking to cover the stairs with either:
a) hardwood stair tread cover,
b)veneer stair tread cover
c) carpet tread mats.
Our floors are walnut hardwood, so we'd stain the stair treads if we do not go with carpet tread mats.
Our stairs are 32.5" length x , which has been impossible to find. We do not own the tools to cut treads ourselves, and would prefer to have the job completed by a professional.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
I have a small project involving the removal of existing damaged engineered hardwood floors and installation of new engineered hardwood floors (approximately 25 sf). Please refer to the attached PDF document for all information/pictures. If this is something you would be interested in, feel free to contact me (email preferred).
Work location: Condo apartment, Etobicoke, Englinton & Scarlett
Work expertise in: Hardwood, carpet (optional), tiling (including backsplash)
Demolition of one wall (non-load bearing, drywall), existing kitchen, tiled flooring and engineered hardwood flooring
Kitchen cabinet, existing quartz countertop, hardware, sink, faucet is salvagable and free to take
Starting March 24 - cannot move it (backsplash install will be a few weeks later, once the quartz countertop is installed)
Need rough estimate based on description and pictures
Kitchen 7'11 x 8'11
Eat-in 7'9 x 8'11
Master Bedroom 18' x 10'
Walk-in-closet 5'6 x 4'6
Foyer 10' x 5'
2nd bathroom 8' x 5'
Removal of countertop, cabinets and backsplash
Patch up drywall under the backsplash, prime it for new backsplash
Removing a non-supporting wall (approx. 3 feet wide)
Cap phone and electrical lines that were in the wall
Taking off ceramic tile from concrete surface in kitchen and eat-in, remove mortar residue, lay down engineered hardwood from Master Bedroom
Taking off engineered hardwood from Master Bedroom to be installed in kitchen and eat-in, lay down underlayment and carpet (optional)
Remove existing glass shower enclosure and threshold, replace with new threshold
Move out washer/dryer to den
Move out cabinet and toilet in 2nd bathroom so tiles can be removed
Taking off ceramic tile from concrete surface in foyer, laundry closet, coat closet and 2nd bathroom
Laying tiles (12" x 24") in brick pattern in foyer, laundry, coat closet and 2nd bathroom
Washer/dryer to be put back and hooked up to laundry closet
Cabinet to be put back to 2nd bathroom, caulk if necessary
Install new backsplash in the kitchen
Tiles (floor and backsplash)
Carpet and underlayment
Kitchen cabinets, accessories, sink, faucet
Kitchen hardware (handles and hinges)
Sand coloured marble threshold
Grout (white or light grey)
Electrical accessories, wires, caps
Installation of a frameless shower glass enclosure
Laying wall-to-wall carpet in master bedroom
We need to replace our current doorway transition piece from carpet to wood floor. The floor underneath the carpet is cement. The width of the door is 36'. The new piece must be smooth so as to avoid any tripping hazard which is being cause by the current one. In your bid please include what you would recommend as a replacement piece. Pictures would be appreciated.
Although this may seem like a small job quality work on something small may lead to many more opportunities. A reliable, handyman at a great rate is always appreciated for an office such as ours. Must have WSIB.
I am looking for replacing the existing carpet with engineered hardwood floor on the living and dining area(total 360 sqft) of my condo townhouse in toronto.Please provide quote for the services separately.
1.laying engineered hardwood (click floating) on concrete
2.removal and disposal of existing carpet
Only Licensed contractors with proper liability insurance with very good reputation on hardwood flooring and who can stand behind their work for at least an year are requested to submit an estimation.
We would like an estimate to renovate our condo. There are two bedrooms with an overall space of 330 sq ft which needs engineered hardwood flooring.
We would like an estimate of the total cost incurred, we would prefer a maple color sample and would also like to know how long would the installation take.
I am looking for a quote for the following services for my condo located in Downtown Toronto:
1. Removal and disposal of existing broadloom
2. Carefully removing the existing floor baseboard
3. Complete professional installation and finishing of Engineered hardwood flooring (approximately 350 sq. ft cover area)
I will provide engineered hardwood, underlayer, floor baseboard, molding and glue. Tools and any other consumables will be the responsibility of the contractor. 3 references will be required before the job is awarded. Thank You.
I just bought my first bachelor unit in downtown Toronto (approx. 400 sq ft).
I would like to get the following flooring tasks done:
- remove carpet in the living area (approx. 250 sq ft)
- remove ceramic tiles in the kitchen and corridor (approx. 150 sq ft)
- replace all the space by laminate flooring
To be completed between Nov 14th - Dec 1st.
Thanks for providing me your estimates.
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