Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Whitby homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 12 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Whitby seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,090,000.00 with a per project average of $90,833.00.
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I have a bugalow that is approx. 900sq/ft (main floor) and I am looking to convert it into a two story consisting of two separate 3bedroom appartments. I would like to use materials that are the most cost effective, as it is to be an income property. The house itself is approx. 60 years old and it is situated on a large open lot. Previous renovations have been minimal.
Build a 12' x 6' addition to the back of the house to provide access to the basement. House is 8 years old.
Since it is enclosed and heated, no underpinning required - just tie in to existing footings.
Staircase will descend 5 feet to basement level where we want a new opening in the back wall 4' 6" wide.
Above ground will be brick and flat roof with a door and 3 windows.
Can provide detail drawings. Location - Whitby.
I would like to push the front door of the house out about 15 ft, making the foyer larger. Stone exterior, single story with high peak roof. Would involve removal of existing window in foyer and rework of face of second story. Covered area, then double door entry. Heated tile floors. New section would be adjacent on one side to existing 2-story part of house, and rear of new section would be open to existing foyer.
currently my kitchen and family/dining room make up the back of my house, i would like to build a family room onto the back of this space and extend my kitchen slightly.
the family/dining room would be left untouch and the current outside wall will stay in place with the exception of removing the window that is in place and closing it in to make a solid wall, i would also like to include a double sided fire place (gas or electric ) in this wall.
the kitchen wall with the back sliding door will need to be pushed out 6x11 feet, this will accommodate a walkway into the new family room. The new family room is going to be an almost square addition, the main area will be 12ft by 11ft wide with a slight vault in the ceiling as this will be a single floor addition, at the back of this room instead of having the wall come straight across i would like it to have 2 angled walls out and connect straight across at the back with nice big windows for the natural light to come in i know this will add some square footage but i wasnt sure how to add that in.
probably include a winsow on each side of the main walls. i am interested in suggestions but really need an idea as to the cost i am looking at. The addition i add now will also lead to the kitchen being redone in the future.
The back yard currently has a small deck and hot tub in the area that i would be putting my addition but this will be moved by the owner. i am only looking for online estimates currently, simply because it has to be feasible. i hope this is enough info, any questions are welcome i'll do my best to answer them.
kitchen add on 6x11 new family room 12x11 plus end angled portion
Age of the house : 25-30 yrs
Current Square footage: 1200
Site Condition: It's a liveable house, currently family residing in the house. Solid brick walls, detached home. There is no restrictions on home addition by the city or the region. Its faily big size lot.
We wanted to add a family room 20X25 Ft
on top of the family room build master beed room with on suite (required standing shower, soaking tub, his and her basin)
Walk in clauset.
A new powder room
Relocate upstairs (build new stairs to existing upper floor)
Converting existing garage for 2 cars into an study (existing garage has a huge window, concrete walls), it would be a 15x18 study, electrical work, heating connection, electrical work would be required.
In order to achieve this target:
Family room would be built, attached to the existing back of the home. No escavation (basement extention) required, in family room the wall facing the backyard, would be all sliding glass door and windows from flooring to ceiling.
Material or quality of material:
Wanted to use Laminate flooring of medium quality, medium quality of pot lights in family room, regular neutral quote of pain on the walls, no fire place required.
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