Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Toronto homeowners have planned for their Waterproofing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 58 Waterproofing projects posted by homeowners in Toronto seeking the services of local Waterproofing Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $606,100.00 with a per project average of $10,450.00.
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3 out of 4 sides were excavated and weeping tiles etc done in 2001. The third side is on a mutual drive and until now was not accessible for excavation. We require that full side plus approximately a 6 to 8 foot wrap around to be excavated and weeping tiles etc put in place. Total approximate length is 56 ft.
We are looking for a contractor for exterior waterproofing of our basement.
We have a bungalow with concrete block foundation and we have an issue with moisture and water in the basement. Water is leaking through walls in couple of places in one room and in another room walls and floor are dry by there are some old traces of water leakage. Total length that needs to be waterproofed is 75 feet; depth is 5 feet. There isn't a lot of space around the house but I assume that a bobcat will fit in.
Please respond with ballpark price and timing when you are available. We would prefer to start asap.
Looking for a professional to install 170 Lf of cap flashing on a smaller apt. building around high park area . This job is urgent so we need someone to start monday . The flashing is banded and its ready to be installed . Let me know if you are interested . Our cissor lifts are still available but they going on tuesday morning . PRO's only please . We need strong caulking and good materials . Please email me for address and details . NOTE : TIME IS LIMITED .
Thank you very much
(a) The water is shut off for the residential property (located near Airport and Morning Star intersection in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada), since it gushes out of one of the broken (either, due to vandalism or freezing) garden hose taps in the fenced yard.
There is also a crack in the wall adjacent to it, near the basement entrance.
Currently, we do not know whether there is also a foundation-crack, and-or the connecting pipe (for the garden-hose tap in the yard) is broken within the basement wall.
(b) Furthermore, we want to ensure that the basement washer is operational.
(c) Also, there may be other required repair work for:
(i) electrical, (ii) (possible) foundation-crack, (iii) broken-step at entrance.
2) For any repair work, we REQUIRE from a reputable trades-person: a "CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE" (with a current business card), a Licensed and Insured Plumber/ trades-person, a Written estimate of work, Pay with a cheque and get a Legally Valid Receipt, with a Written Warranty for performed work.
3) A "Release from Liability" waiver needs to be signed BEFORE the contractor steps on our property (noting the name of the signer, from a government issued ID, such as a Drivers License), as advised by police and legal counsel.
4) Let us know if you provide a Free Estimate of work (at NO obligation to us), or if there is a charge for coming in-person, to give us an estimate.
NOTE: This is an Inquiry for Information at NO obligation to us. It is NOT an "Order for Service". Accordingly, we do NOT incur ANY contractual obligation, nor do we agree to reimburse for any performed services, UNTIL we hire the contractor, and services are ACTUALLY performed by the hired trades-person.
I need to have the porch waterproofed. I tried the internal waterproofing using on the wall cement based compound, now it looks like external waterproofing is required. Porch drawing isclick here right side has concrete, left and front sides have just the soil. In the centre there are stairs - they can be skipped, as that area doesn't leak (if it doesn't contradict your recommendation).
Thank you for providing your quote.
We have an area between our house and the neighbours that is quite tight. The older part of the foundation (below brick, above ground) is allowing water to travel inside the house. Access to the space is very limited but not at all impossible to access. We need the area to be either A) parged, with a little concrete work at the base done in order to have water directed towards a drain or B) need to have some foam / siding / flashing installed in order to shield and redirect whatever water might reach that area, in addition to the light grading at the base.
Again, the space is tight but there was still enough room to allow the neighbour to stucco his side of the house in that area.
I'm open and welcome to other solutions, of course but these two options made the most sense to me.
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.
There is a moisture problem in one area of the basement that is recurring. On the outside of the house, this is in the backyard where there are two windows at ground level with window wells. The outside around the window wells is concrete.
I would like to fix the wall so that moisture stops coming in. The room has been gutted as mold had previously appeared, it looks as though it is returning.
Dig along the 30 ft wall to foundation footing. Inspect and patch where needed with cement.
Pour a 2' run of cement along the footing and place weeping tile. (Drain is already provided)
Sealproof the side before burying. ( maybe petroleum base and plastic )
Provide some barrier to prevent neighbor's ground water from draining into my land. Or Rplace the sand & stone
top with a clayey material to allow time for drainage.
Parge (3/4 " min) 4 ft strip along the length.
( will consider advice )
Replace some red bricks and tuckpoint some areas.
Lift chimney (6 ft showing x 16" x 16") another 2 ftt (or replace it with newer bricks.)
My home is a condo stacked townhouse, and my unit is on the 3rd and 4th floor. Both of them are CONCRETE floors.
We have a balcony on each floor, and both have been having this water problem since we moved in 10 years ago, at least twice a year. It usually happens after a heavy rain or when there is accumulated snow. The water seeps underneath the door into the room.
A contractor hired by our property management did waterproofing with asphalt felt seven years ago, but did not fix the problem.
We are tired of begging them, and feel it might be possible to fix it from inside than just from outside. So we decided to hire somebody and pay ourselves this time.
Please note: both balconies are shared with another unit, which might be a challenge.
House age= 80 years old
Wall Measure= 12 wide x 30 deep
There is only 4 feet between neighbor's wall
I ripped out the dry wall in the basement and noticed mold and moisture. It's brick wall foundation approx 4 feet undergroud. I suspect i need to properly wather proof from outside. There is a deck over the front and back. New weeping tile is likely needed. Finished basement (minus the drywall I ripped out). Not sure if it can be fixed from the inside. Cash payment an option
I live in a newer home about 5 years old. Approx 1 year ago, I had a contractor removed the existing porch roof in order to and install an oval glass porch enclosure. When the existing porch roof was removed, there were no stones behind there. Therefore, I called a stone/brick layer to fill in the gap. After the stones were installed, the oval porch enclosure was installed. This is the issue now!!!!!.... Whenever it rains or when the snow melts my house is now leaking water inside the porch enclosre, water is seaping from inbetween the frame of the front door and water is driping into the cold room located in the basement. I believe that the water is seaping through the exterior stone above the porch enclosure causing the water issues. I am lookingfor a free assessment, no obligation quote from a contractor who is insured, certified and provides a warranty on their work. Thank You.
My basement is leaking through on half of one side of the house. the walls require downspouts to be moved and it requires either interior or exterior waterproofing. As some water is accumulating (and then evaporating) in the basement, it would be good to deal with this sooner rather than later. Earlier patching had been effective, but the large volume of rain has eroded this.
THE PROJECT HAS BEEN CONTRACTED
I also have some other renovations that are needed with less time pressure and would like to discuss these. These include:
1) a snow shelter for back basement stairs,
2) the replacement of two back doors and
3) the eventual bolstering of the front porch.
Happy to look at a package for a good contracter.
Basement issue is first.
My wife and I purchased a newly renovated older home in the Beaches area last June. Recently, we have noticed peeling paint in the attic and in one of the upper bedrooms, as well as discolouration on our kitchen ceiling. We suspect a leak, either from the roof or from the windows. We also do not believe the flashing around our windows was done properly as many of our window sills are bowing.
We are looking for estimates including an assessment of the cause of the problem, a proposal for a solution and the expected cost of implementation.
I need exterior waterproofing the wall it about 26ft long , and there is A/C there , and the floor is large concerte slab you might need to cut it to dig to the footing
I live around Jane/lawerence in toronto. I'm looking for contractors who does only waterproofing
how much does it cost me ?
I am looking for approx 50 feet of waterproofing to be done and 7.5 feet down we are looking for a new weepingtile, tarr and delta ms and a excavator is a must. Locates will be done ect... easy access and it is in front of the house. There is some hedges and a small retaining wall but other than it it should be a breeze.
My name is paul and call me anytime.
My semi-detached shed in my backyard was just removed. I need to have my neighbour's half of the shed (the previous joined wall) waterproofed and would like to have siding installed on that one wall. I have a lot of hardie board siding (from a previous project) but will need to purchase a bit more to finish the job.
Currently, the wall is cinder blocks (3/4 of the way up.) It is wood at the top.
I will be able to provide pictures if necessary.
I have a leak coming through 3 walls in my basement. I just purchased this house and moved in only 3 weeks ago. The areas that are leaking are in an addition to the house, put in (according to the inspector) roughly 20 years ago. As well as 2 other areas in the original part of the basement. I would like to take care of it as soon as possible, of course depending on what I can afford.
Uncover foundation. Trench should be min 1’ wide from outside edge of the footing, and min. 6” below the top of footing level.
Clean walls, seal cracks with hydraulic cement. Add concrete footing bevel to the foundation, if required
Apply liquid waterproof elastomeric membrane on the walls and footer seam with the walls
Apply polyethylene dimple drainage mat
Lay 6’ wide filter fabric along the bottom of the trench, lapping the material up the sidewalls of the foundation and trench
Place 2”-3” of ”-1/2”washed river gravel on the bottom of the trench
Install 4” solid perforated weeping pipe. Top of the pipe should be below the bottom of the floor slab. The weeping pipe should be connected to existing drain discharge using a solid pipe slopped at min 1” for each 10’ towards the discharge point.
Install a clean-out at the high point for future access to the weeping tile for cleaning or inspection. The cleanout should connect to the weeping pipe with a “sweep” fitting.
Cover with gravel the top and sides of the weeping tile - 6”-8” above the top of the pipe.
Pull the excess filter fabric material to cover the top of the gravel.Add 6" of coarse sand on the top of the fabric
Fill the trench with the soil
B. Building a new porch
Demolish old porch/cold room and stairs
Build new porch and stairs. The new room under porch should have insulated walls.
Replace existing drain from cold room. Relocate water pipes if required.
See pictures attached for details.
We have a simply finished basement (rec room, bathroom, laundry room) that we'd like to renovate, creating a self-contained suite. We have a basement cold room (1/2 below grade) roofed with a tarred concrete slab that is leaking. It seems all leaking is happening where the slab meets the exterior wall of the house.
Here's what needs to be done:
- surface area is roughly 9'6"x10'.
- reslope concrete slab to runoff on south edge
- flash where the slab meets the house and garage, and side for runoff
- drip edge and trough to take water to adjacent laneway
- remove stucco on block foundation wall (9'x3' area)
- parge, repair and waterproof wall
- remove and redo paving stones, re-sloping and sealing (9'x3' area)
Enclose main floor side entry creating a private entry
- install one interior wall and door
- move some electrical to an adjacent wall (thermostat, lights)
- cold room area is 90 sq ft with tiled flooring and one dividing wall
- demolish room removing the dividing wall and leaving only the framing. this room will remain unfinished
- main basement area is 600 sq ft; remove flooring, a built in shelf unit (10x4x3') and a few small walls and possibly a tiled shower enclosure
- in the 600 sq ft area build a small shared laundry area at bottom of stairs (relocation but near H/C & drains) and a private entrance to the suite
- possible removal of water heater tank and installation of high efficiency.
- possible relocation of water heater unit (adjacent to H/C and existing plumbing)
- bathroom and small corner kitchen.
- low-med cost cabinets, quality laminate (faux wood) flooring w sub-floor throughout
- new lighting
- drywall, baseboards, painting
- 1 fire-door, 2-3 interior/closet doors
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