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Cottage Renovation Project in Wasaga Beach.
Looking for licensed subtrades such as: plumbers, electricians, etc. to complete the job. Cottage is roughly 1000sqft. and will be completely redone.(Exterior/Interior) Should be underway in the next 2 weeks.
Email Vic if interested.
Small entranceway with high ceilings needs to be painted including trim, handrail and spindles.
Some small wall repairs.
Carpeting of stairs (5 going up around bannister railing) and 8 going down.
Installing of vinyl plank in entranceway and bottom landing.
Removal of basement door and installing new door and frame including new door trim.
This job could lead to other work for the right person. Would prefer once contractor who can do all.
Need a basement to set a 1350 square foot Armstrong home onto it.Plans will be provide by Armstrong to coordinate all ammenities to be run,support beams etc,looking to start project April-May 2011.I'm currently looking into the following costs,permits,develpoment fees etc.Please provide a quote for this project,please call me if you need more info.
Have moved into a new house in Wasaga Beach and looking to finish the garage. Project would include:
- additional electrical panel (at least 2 30amp 220 volt)
- insulate ceiling
- remove garage door opener and tracking (perhaps extend the uprights so the door can still be raised a few inches)
- close in garage (not sure of best method and would like to discuss options)
- paint garage walls and ceiling (no fume paint)
- paint garage floor (waterproof?)
- build and install display cabinets across back (glass door style) - will need to level floor under cabinets
- install wall mounted large screen TV
- build a level platform in the room (approximately 8'7" x 18')
- possible additional lighting
Also build a storage box for the front porch.
Timeline is negotiable.
We want to take down 1 1/2 walls to open up our living room. One wall is about 13' with french doors in the middle. The other wall has stairs on the opposite side so we just need a triangle cut in to it. We believe their is a header beam that goes all the way across the top, but not 100% sure.
Inside the wall, near the stairs, is central vac, electrical outlets and a cold air return vent.
I posted this a while ago but then things happened and I was unable to follow through, that won't happen a second time.
We currently have a large room in which there is a corner unit shower stall which we would like to replace with a larger, new tiled shower which will have a built in bench/seat. We would like to discuss whether the shower will have 2 tiled walls and one glass wall, or whether it will be constructed of 3 tiled walls. If it is 3 walls of tile we will need a light installed over the shower area. The shower will be approx. 5.5-6 feet long and be 6.5 feet high with a 3-3.5 foot opening with as low a threshold as possible. We will need 2 grab bars/hand rails installed in the shower as well as a built in soap/shampoo area. We would also like to move the laundry appliances (washer and dryer)into that area. This will mean building a bulkhead of cedar for the hot/cold water to be brought to the new laundry area, and we may need a new drain for the washer. We also want to have some cabinets built or installed on the wall over top the appliances. The job also includes replacing an existing exhaust fan, removing one existing baseboard heater and replacing another base board heater with a new one, and painting the entire room after the construction is finished. We're located at Wasaga Beach.
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