Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Toronto homeowners have planned for their Masonry projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 127 Masonry projects posted by homeowners in Toronto seeking the services of local Masonry Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,277,000.00 with a per project average of $17,929.00.
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I need a few courses of bricks to be installed under a new window opening on the ground floor along with a stone ledge, hopefully to match the existing ones. I also need a few course removed under a new window and have the existing concrete ledge to be lowered. Approx. width of the window is 44". I will also need a half course of block added to an existing foundation wall with anchor bolts. Approx. size of addition is 7' x 9'. Only need the half block added to 3 sides. Need to start immediately due to weather and its located around the Pape and Danforth area. Full access, corner house.
Aging shared brick garage needs tuckpointing and some rebuilding. Terraces were improperly built up around the garage by previous owner and earth is against the brick, pushing in and eating the brick away. need the earth excavated from around the garage, and proper waterproofing done around the base, as well as tuckpointing and replacing bricks on the rest of the structure. would prefer to salvage bricks from the interior of the structure and use them on the exterior so the bricks match.
our insurance company is mandating that this work be done, so time is of a concern.
Project 1: Drawings attached
Two storey addition; brick vaneer subcontractor
Approx. start date beginning of August
Project 2: pdf is too large to upload; must contact me to send you a pdf via email
Two storey addition; 10" concrete block subcontractor
Approx. start date July 30th
Subcontractors must have proof of insurance and WSIB clearance
The site is located Finch ave west & Allen Road
I need to connect two storage units together
It's a cinder block wall which I need a door way put in 6' wide by 9' tall reinforced with steel
The ground is concrete and its located in a wearhouse.
Nothing fancy just a simple hole between the two units.
I'm just looking for a quick estimates so i can get an idea what this will cost.
I'd like to have the mortor on the exterior of my home repaired/added. unfortunately, the house has not been maintained ... I am looking for someone who will come and add new mortor along the whole of the house. Front/sides/back ... In the front, prior to starting - I would like the brick/stone to be power washed - and then the mortor repaired.
Beach's home, approx 75 years old.
1. Front pillar/column at porch, need to repair surface damage to bricks from water freezing. Column is strong currently, but needs the outer surface repaired and sealed. 2. The front soffet damaged with some rotting, this needs to be replaced. New eave and downspout needed also.
3. Would also like to get basement waterproofed from the outside. Total basement waterproofing is approximately 30 linear feet along a TTC chain link fence, a paved walkway runs the length of the side of house. Approx 10 linear feet is in back. Backyard has a porch, work can be done underneath porch, just need to remove some of the wood to gain access to wall. you have access to back yard from a shared laneway with a private yard and parking area. Approx 40 linear feet in total needs to be done.
Interested in an online estimate first and go from there.
I require 3 floors of front of house bricked. The house is approx. 14 ft wide 28 feet high in total & has flat roof, large 5'x7''fixed window on main floor, 2 windows on 2nd and 3rd floor approx. 34x69 each.
Looking for a charcoal or dark grey brick. Would like work to begin this spring (2013) Leslieville area
Contractor has a large rear addition that will need to have some corrective work done, including some underpinning, masonry block foundation walls, footings and concrete work. Work to start within the week, must be experienced and qualified with all insurances, and paperwork and references.
My Chimney flasing are not let into the mortar joints (see picture attached) and I would probably want to put concrete around the chimney bricks. . I am looking for an honest contractor who can give me a reasonable quote and will not try to take me for a ride. I am not in the condition yet, to change the whole roof, but at the time of fixing the problems described above, I would not mind getting a quote.
My house chimney needs repair. Mortar between bricks falling apart and it needs the repair job of tuck pointing. House is a small bunglow and chimney is located in the middle of house. Work to be done at height is not more than 16 feet from the ground.
The height of chimney above roof is 5 1/2 feet.
Please advise me how much it may cost?
Hello my name is Randolph I'm inquiring about your service of brick work repair Of the chimney on my house in Toronto.
The chimney is located at the front/side of the house.
I just have received a work order from the city building inspector with respect to the chimney on the house that's deteriorating which would require tuck pointing
I would like to go forward as soon as possible with repairing of the chimney - and would require an estimate
The best form on communication is email at the moment.
Our 130 year old house -in Cabbagetown (wellesley and parliament area) has an uneven basement floor and we'd like to pour a new coloured concrete top coat floor. The basement has been emptied this week.
It's about 600 sq ft
Also 2 window wells need repairing -brick, mortar etc. is collapsing
I require two stone/brick columns to be installed to act as gateposts for our driveway. The total opening will be 10', so the columns must support a 5' aluminum gate only. I would prefer if the columns could be wired so lights could be installed on top and also so we can install automatic gate openers later. I have a contractor for the gates themselves and the openers too - I just need someone to install the columns first.
I am looking for a rough idea of the cost that would be involved in performing some minor repointing on a 2 story home (roughly 30x20 ft) in addition to sandblasting to clean the brick on the front of the house.
The project would be performed on a 1929 character home in Weston Village (Jane & Lawrence).
We would be looking at a start date sometime in early May.
Retail/Apartment building located in busy market. Front Size 18' w x 22 'h (Approximate). Front lower half stucco and Upper front part is exposed bricks.
Scope of Work:
1. Closing current apartment side door and opening on store front.
2. Cleaning Bricks and refilling motar.
3. Repairing/redoing current stucco with borders design.
4. Renovating Entrance
1. Current store front.
2. Illustrated New design after change.
Note: Subject to approval by BIA
We have an older house (est build 1930's) with a double brick foundation. We have recently moved into the house and tore out the basement. Among the several suprises that we found was a 2'x2' window that had no glass, just iron bars that had been boarded over with drywall. We would like someone to come in and brick in the window.
You will need to:
- Remove the iron bars and old cement from the framing area.
- Provide all materials and tools
- Insure that the area is clean upon completion
This condo is located in what used to be an optical factory. When the factory went out of business, a land developer bought it and converted it into lofts.
The wall that needs to be insulated is approximately 11 feet high X 10 feet wide. It then needs to be covered with grey faux brick panels.
Thank you and I would appreciate receiving a quote for this project.
looking to install various partial walls, and kitchen island with brick veneer.
kitchen island only two sides (24"x36, 2ftx8ft)
partial wall which kind of flows into another room (28"x184", 37"x144")
vertical dividing wall (28"x46")
these are just rough measurments. i do live in a loft with limited parking.
i'm located by Richmond St.W and Spadina Ave. in Toronto
will need need supply and installation service
Looking for a quote to extend the landing stairs in my backyard.
• Will need to properly seal the area where stairs meet the wall - remove first row of interlock and seal insulate (about 20 cm) so water does not stay on the brick wall. This was not properly insulated and graded so water/ice damaged the face of the bricks. All the interlocks in that landing to be properly leveled.
• I want to extend the landing to where the wall /gate is as per the pictures attached.
Starting as soon as the weather permits.
I have a small front yard area where a gardener will be cleaning up and replanting, but they do not do stone work.
I need to finish the area along the sidewalk and the path to the house and need some thoughts on whether it should be finished with flagstone or a brick type of stone work.
Also any suggestions of a contractor who will take on a small project at a reasonable cost are greatly appreciated.
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