Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Waterloo homeowners have planned for their Flooring projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 18 Flooring projects posted by homeowners in Waterloo seeking the services of local Floor Laying Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $198,000.00 with a per project average of $11,000.00.
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I would like to replace a carpeted floor with hardwood. Project scope includes hardwood installation on carpeted stairs also.
Type of floor: Hardwood / engineered hardwood
Area: approx 700 sq ft (3 rooms + hallway)
Number of stairs: 13
Includes: Removing carpets, removing and reattaching baseboards.
There is a oak stair railing that may need to be stained to match the hardwood stain.
Small Townhouse approx 1100 sq ft.
Load bearing wall between Kitchen & Dining room to be removed.
New Kitchen counter tops & cub bards.
New flooring throughout the house, including stairs & bedrooms. (laminate)
Looking to start asap, budget is 30K.
We have a big project underway and need a quote. Our upstairs floor has been stripped to sub-floor and we have 450 sq. ft. of laminate to install. (15mm laminate has already been purchased) We need help. A bathroom reno. is also in the works so vinyl flooring will be needed. Can someone come and have a look and give us a reasonable quote?
I am the property owner of a newly purchased detached house in the Laurel Woods area of Waterloo. I have 3 bedrooms totalling 365 square feet in a modern house (2002) that I want to lay laminate flooring in. I propose to purchase the flooring (the type with the backing/under-padding) and also remove the existing carpet down to the subfloor to ready the rooms for installation. The work would have to take place the week of June 4 to June 8.
Remove the carpets (3 rooms and hallway) and vinyl kitchen floor and baseboards from all the rooms. This unit its about 1000 square feet. Remove the cabinets from the kitchen that I plan to replace with Ikea product.
These cabinets need to be hung properly, a countertop has to be installed. A new sink will also be added.
A laminate/wood floor is to be put in throughout, (1000 sq. feet) and baseboards, that are first to be painted by painter and when put in, a second coat will be added.
New toilet is to be installed. Also, new fan in bathroom.
There are electrical fixtures to be replaced, and electric outlet covers replaced.
Looking for someone with drywall, and perhaps laminate floor installation skills, and ideally with experience around sound dampening.
I have a basemsent tenant in an older house that I own (I live upstairs), and would like to do some soundproofing to reduce the impact noise carrying from my feet down below into his ceiling, as well as airbourne noise traveling up or down.
I don't think I can completely redo the tenant ceiling right now, because he's living in there. The current ceiling in his unit is some kind of soft small tile. It doesn't life up easily and I'm not sure how it is mounted. IF it can be easily removed/put-back it might be nice to add some sound dampening insualtion up there like Roxul Safe N Sound. But ripping it out and redoing it with drywall, resiliant channel, etc is unfortunately not an option (unless it can be done in a day witout messing up the furniture that's in there).
I'm planning on redoing my laminate floors, and would like to take advantage of the floor being up to add some sound suppression (thick rubber underlayment, mass-loaded vinyl, even sliding some sound dampening insulation inbetween the joists if possible). Ideally someone with experience in this domain can install the matts, seal the gaps, and even lay down the replacement tongue and groove laminate.
Finally, the unit is self contained but there is a wall separating it from a laundry/utility room that is also in the basement. I would like to enhacne the sound suppression of these walls by some means (green glue, quietrock, roxul safe n sound, etc).
There is an open ceiling in the area outside the unit in the basement currently. It would be great if we could add a ceiling with sound dampening materials here to further reduce sound transmission up/down levels.
The floor area upstairs is around 485 square feet. The basement area outside of the tenant's unit that I'm looking to drywall and add a ceiling is less than 200 square feet. The tenants unit is probably around 400 square feet.
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