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I'm located downtown at King and Bathurst in a condominium unit and would like to get the following work done:
-New vanity, sink, toilet
-Turn separate shower & tub into one
-Build in storage where shower closet was
Floor Tile Replacement:
-Bathroom, foyer, kitchen (approx 150 square foot) remove old and replace with new
I would like to have someone remove the existing grout, replace the grout, reseal the grout and finish the caulking in shower area. App. 60 sq. ft. of tile- 3 walls and app. 63 tiles over 3 walls. I would like to keep the existing tiles and have it an in and out job, we just put all new windows in the house and have a small budget here. We would like to have it done asap. No need for first trip for an estimate...we have had a couple annd have a good idea, just looking for the right person to do it. Just call, we'll discuss and come do it.
I was hoping to request a quote for pre-purchased bathroom tile installation:
- Size: my bathroom is small, requiring approximately 30 square feet (likely slightly less)
- Building type: I live in a condo building, in Toronto, that is approximately 6 years old, and I am the owner. I am not certain of the subfloor underneath the bathroom tile
- Current state: there is ceramic tile currently in place that will need to be removed. I have a toilet and bathroom vanity that will remain.
Realizing of course that you likely need to see the bathroom before finalizing the quote, I'm wondering if you could please provide me with a rough estimate of the cost of this work?
Thanks to some shoddy work by a previous contractor (and a little house settling) caulking around two tubs is coming away from the area where the tubs and tiles meet, creating an opportunity for water to escape behind. This is also happening around one window. Obviously this all needs to be re-caulked.
Additionally, because I don't think the grout was sealed properly around the tiles, water has created some erosion of the grout and it is now coming apart between some subway tiles in the shower walls. New grout and sealer would need to be applied.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this project request.
A few weeks ago second floor shower drain was found to be clogged and water was going down slowly. Husband continued to use shower and caused bathroom flooding a few times. Husband unclogged shower drain a week ago and that has been fine, but the tile besides the shower now squeaks whenever you step on it (image 1). In addition, the corresponding ceiling on the first floor is showing cracks (image 2). Is this serious? If so, how long and how much would it cost to fix this?
Thanks a lot!
The demolition has been completed, hardwood has been delivered, and all bathroom fixtures are arriving this week. We just need an honest and reliable contractor. We are looking for an experienced contractor who can:
- level floor joists/replace a few existing ones
- put in pocket doors
- lay new subfloor
- gut and replace bathroom
- new staircase
- build up dining area to be same level as living room (sunken dining area)
Please contact us to schedule a viewing of the demolition and to give us a quote.
We are looking to spend upwards to 20,000 on labour including the rest of the materials (subfloor, floor glue/nails, baseboard, pocket doors, etc). Square footage of home is 1100 sqft.
I have a small job I need done (no rush but hopefully within the next 90 days). I need ceramic tiles put down in my front entrance, so its about 60 square feet.
There is one sliding closet that goes across the area which I guess would have to be removed and then replaced?
I live at Victoria Park and Danforth and its a condo.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
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We are also looking for the following certified trades:
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Drywaller & Tappers
Rough and finish carpenters
Please call for details
The project is install a curbless shower floor to include waterproof the entire bathroom floor and tile 8.5' x 8.5' room.
Seeking professional with experience laying a 3’ x 5’ curbless shower. Old floor has already been pulled up exposing the 2x8' joist. See pics the length of the shower run perpendicular to the joist
This is a second floor ensuite with ” hardwood floor in the adjoining room. A number of constraints to consider:
- we cannot cut 2" into the joist;
- we cannot raise the room floor 2"
- must be curbless with proper slope
Please respond with your approach along with a quote for labour.
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
My toilet on the main floor was flooded from a blocked toilet and buckets of water seeped through some cracks on the floor into the basement and dripped into electric wires next to electric panel box. Thankfully to God alone, no short-circuit took place. I need someone to assess if any damage has been done to wires and to provide solution that if there is flooding another time, there is no such risk involved (the water does not drip on electric wires or around electric panel) or how to insulate the entire area and probable solution of sealing the floor above tightly minimizing the flooding of the basement.
Grout has completely deteriorated on the Mosaic tile floor in the shower. Shower curb has water damage and the glass would need to be changed. Tiled shower walls are still in mint condition and balance of bathroom looks great.
I am looking for a very simple white mosaic tile replacement. Clean and simple. and a rebuilt curb and new glass shower wall.
North York bungalow built in 1960.
This is an unusual request as this 1000 sq foot porcelain tiling job, throughout the house, has already been completed.
I am seeking an Expert Witness who has experience with DensShield tile backer and can state, in a written report, 1) the proper way to install DensShield 2) the consequences of failing to properly install the DensShield (tiling may fail early) 3) his opinion regarding whether DensShield is the best method for a tile underlay (as opposed to scratch coat or other methods) in an older home with unlevel floors due to house settling.
I have the manufacturer's installation instructions and I have the process followed by the general contractor. The Contractor failed to follow most of the manufacturer's installation instructions and consequently the manufacturer, Georgia Pacific, said they will not honour the manufacturer's warranty.
In order to be an Expert Witness, you need to be someone who has experience with DensShield and who understands when to use DensShield vs another method. You need to be able to clearly explain your opinion in written English.
I will, of course, pay for the report.
I've started the flooring in my condo. The tile is laid. It is Aprox 200 sqft. I will need the grouting completed and a few more tiles laid. They are slate and will need to be chipped away to be roughly levelled. The rest of the flooring is hardwood. One bedroom Aprox 100 sqft. The main room Aprox 300 sqft. these need to be finished with hardwood. I have all the supplies in the condo. I will need the job completed by August 13th.
I require approx 500 square feet installation for laminate flooring on top of existing parquet flooring. I will supply the laminate. Please specify in your pricing if you will be providing any materials i.e. underpadding, 1/4 round, etc. If you require that I obtain materials other than just the floor please specify.
I also require approx 300 square feet removal and installation of tile. I will be buying either ceramic or porcelain tiles for the floor. Please specifiy if you will be providing any materials and the costs. Also if I am to provide anything other than the floor please let me know what it is.
To supply and install floor Mannington 12x12 standard tiles, to scarify surface of existing VCT, It is one big room and 2 small areas 34' x 73.
We may have an easy pattern, maybe a tile size border around the perimeter.
Please quote with 4'' rubber baseboard.
- supply and install floor leveling in entire basement. - 1500 sq.ft. approx.
- Install only - tile in Bathroom (not bigger than 100 sq ft) (12x 24 tile or 18 x 18 tile - porcelain) tiles supplied by owner
- Install only - tile in laundry room - 13' x 10' (12x 24 tile or 18 x 18 tile - porcelain) Tiles supplied by owner
1. Install 12 x 24 porcelain tile in kitchen - tile supplied by owner (size of kitchen is 13 x 9')
2. Remove existing vinyl tile and prepare for new tle installation
1. Install 12x24 porcelain tile (supplied by owner) in front foyer ( sise of foyer is 5' x4'
2. Remove existing porcelain tile and prepare for new tile install yet maintaining existing wood trim
we are interested in receiving quotes for our foyer renovations. we'd like to remove the current floor, level it and lay down marble 12x12 tile. we need someone know nows how to work with marble and Nu Heat radiant products.
we also need a new stair case built or perhaps the old one touched up. we'd like to add a bullnose larger step at the base of the current stair case. new staircase should be dark hardwood. please contact me directly to set up an appointment.
There was water damage to my laminate flooring (already removed) in the hallway and I'd like to put down ceramic tile. I live in a condo and the hallway/kitchen is about 100 square feet. The condo was built in 2010.
I already have the materials so I only need a quote for labour . I am looking to have this done ASAP as I've been waiting for over a month for property management to find the leak (which was from the condo above mine).
Looking for contractor to install porcelain tile in hallway condo unit - approx. 85 sq ft. \porcelain tiles have already been purchased (along with adhesive and grout - only thing we don't have is a water saw).
Please provide approximate quote - as it's a pretty small space, I'm hoping it can be done within a day, but please advise on realistic timeline to complete project.
Will need contractor to remove current tiles in place.
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