Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Welland homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 27 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Welland seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,237,000.00 with a per project average of $45,814.00.
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Design and renovate. The basement is was finished with a very dark wall panel material ( from the 70's? ).
It's been painted a dark burgandy. The floor has a meidum/dark browm carpet and the ceiling tiles have been removed so the ceiling beamd are visable. IT also has a dilapidated wet bar. This room is about 22' x 15'.
It also has a large furnace room area which has concrete and block walls and a concrete floor. Its about 22' x 9'. We want to devide it and relocate thelaundry room to that location.
Off the furnace room there is a cool room about 22' x 5'.
As well, off the larger room there is a room about 12' x 10' which has a small two peice wash room in one corner. This room also contains the laundry area and has a concrete floor.
Finally off this room there is another large room about 24' x 12' with a concrete floor. It has been partially finished( walls and ceiling ) but the wall board is very rough, not sanded or painted. It has a concrete floor.
We want to upgrade the entire basement which will include installing a three peice washroom with a shower. We may want to devide a room by putting in a wall and a door in an existing wall.
Property description: This strip plaza is located in Welland, Ontario. It is a one level building with a small second level on the middle. Big part of the building also has overhang along the front site. The front line is not a strait line and has corners. The age of the plaza is over 50 years.
Project description: We need to build up the front of the plaza to modernize its look. It is not a constructional addition. You will need to come up with a design and all specifications of this addition. The design may include some tower like structures. The build-up should be finished with a stucco. New sign will be required afterwards, but not necessary as part of this project.
To all General Contractors, this is a unique opportunity where I am looking for some help to finish a detached garage and also install a laundry room. Here is what I am looking for:
- Currently unfinished and only showing wooden beams inside
- It is a 1.5 car garage, will need to replace garage door
- Foundation is uneven and will need to be leveled
- Will need to put insulation and put up dry walls
- Will need to install shelves for the handyman
- Currently has one electrical outlet and need an electrician to rewire to put in additional outlets; will need to install an electricity monitor in order to track hydro use
- The end result is a decent garage that I intend to rent out to contractors or people looking for extra storage
- Currently stripped to the wooden beans
- Will need to install plumbing and proper electrical
- Will need to finish flooring and walls
- The biggest challenge here is that will need to install heat to prevent pipes from freezing, house currently heated by boiler system.
Over the years seasonal weather patterns have created the ground to shift.Tenants have vacated to fix the foundation on stilts. Floors can now be open from the the ground floor (No Basement) to fix issues. Once the new stilts are in place the skirt will have to fixed.
Also need to go considerable renovations including rebuilding a bearing wall, plumbing, electrical, drywall, kitchen, paint, flooring. A single contract can be given to a GC or broken down.
We recently purchased a new home and are looking to do a full renovation, but possibly in phases depending on the cost. The main floor of the house is approximately 1200sq. ft. with an open concept kitchen, 1 x 4-piece bathroom, 3 bedrooms and a tiled entryway. The lower suite in the house is also about 1200 sq. ft. has a second kitchen, a 3-piece bath and three bedrooms.
On the exterior there is a fence to be replaced, a large amount of tree/landscaping removal and redesign and some existing wood decking around the pool to be replaced (preferably with flagstone or similar).
We would like the interior to have energy efficient/midrange finishings - tiled floors/showers, stone countertops etc. At this point we are looking for someone to help us with ideas and give us estimates of costs. We plan to begin the project in the immediate future.
Please be prepared to provide telephone numbers of references and applicable proof of insurance, business licenses etc.
I have an approx 20 x 24 foot garage loft that is unfinished right now. I'm looking to renovate it to a liveable space. I would like a 3 piece bath installed and a wet bar. The roof needs to be raised up at least 4 inches and insulated. Windows, possibly a balcony. Radiant heat flooring so no duct work needed.
I am looking for quotes on making my main floor open concept, knocking down a couple walls, putting in 2 pillars. Then I would also like to have my flooring re-done, rip up ceramic tile and put down laminate. The main floor is roughly about 400 sq ft.
I also am looking at getting 1 to 2 sides of my fence reposted and am currently looking for quotes on that too. If you have the ability to do both, I would prefer to give one person all the work, however, will separate if need be.
In the main floor their will be some work around a load baring wall, which I am not sure which one is, so have knowledge of this, and prefer someone who works with an engineer as I want this done properly.
- an approximately 5000 sq ft building
- we have drawings and plans, waiting for city permit
- need to remodel all interior of building into 14 offices and conference room.
- need to install washrooms and kitchen too
- must meet with qualify licenced contractors
- must have references on other similar projects
- must adhere to time lines once project is approved
needs all new windows ,2 bathrooms redone,garage roof and drywall,2 more rooms to put in on main floor,all new doors,sliding door in back room,kitchin redone,repair old tape and drywall where needed,deck around one side of house, some landscaping,whole house painted and carpeteded,re enforce back roof for patio and railings around that roof,
Scope of work:
All fresh paint in the entire unit- special paint for the kitchen cabinets and replace the handles with more modern ones
Under kitchen sink replace any rotted wood and check for proper shut offs (install if not there)
Potentially a new faucet to avoid leaks from the old one
New electric stove outlet (run new cable from the panel
Install kitchen hood fan. Venting system already in place.
Rip out the old carpet in the back bedroom and put down 3/4 plywood to level it as best as possible and new flooring – LVT or Laminate
Same with living room- rip out the carpet and put down LTV or laminate (best cost economical) Kitchen flooring need transition bars with the various entry points
Replace any older electrical outlets new (decora) and ensure all fresh face plates in the entire unit to keep the all new fresh look after paint job.
Add a front LED light with automatic darkness sensor
Install new light fixtures in the living room, bathroom, bedroom
Change the front door.
There’s a dip in the ceiling and additional support might be required all the way down to the basement
Secure the basement barn doors and reinstall the door at the bottom of the stairs
Then the bathroom….
Ceiling needs to be parged – there was a leak some time ago. Install new fan. Install new tub and surround or re-glaze tub. Install new vanity with proper plumbing. New 4.5 L power flush toilet.
I am looking for a general contractor to convert an existing triplex to a 4-plex in Welland. The property is currently in good shape overall but in order to make the 4-plex conversion, the basement will need to be renovated and brought up to code.
- fire code the mechanical room and shared laundry area
- kitchen to be installed in the basement to create a bachelor unit
- electrical may potentially need to be upgraded as it is currently 60 amps
- separate entry for basement already in existence, but will need to be reconfigured for shared laundry area
A little bit about myself, I work in St. Catharines and a professional real estate investor. I am looking for a reliable contractor and potentially long-term partnership for additional projects I may have.
I am looking for a general contractor to help with converting a current triplex to a 4-plex. The property is currently in good condition and currently operates as a triplex (2 bedrooms on the main floor, and 2 bachelor units upstairs). I'd convert the basement, which has its own separate entry into another bachelor unit.
I am looking for somebody who is familiar with the building code and will convert to a legal 4-plex unit. Some specific details:
- The basement is already finished but will need to be brought up to code and add in a kitchen
- The laundry room will require proper fire code renovations
A little bit about myself, I am a professional real estate investor and work in St. Catharines. I am easy to get along with and looking for potential long-term partnership on future projects.
Thank you for your interest
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