Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Windsor homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 37 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Windsor seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,091,500.00 with a per project average of $29,500.00.
Job is to complete a rec room in a completely - COMPLETELY - unfinished 1,200 - 1,300ish sq ft basement. Home is approximately 20 yrs old, stairs in centre of basement and we are the owners. Drywall, tile floors, small workout area, powder room/half bath, ceiling pot lights - electrical outlets need to be lowered to code. Basement laundry not needed. Tankless hot water heater, no real furnace so there's very little space taken up but those items. It's essentially just a big empty space and I need help with design and, of course, construction of same.
My house is in Windsor, built in 1956. We have had issues with flooding and have recently added a new sump pump and waterproofed the area. We're looking at finishing it now. It's 3 main areas (1) work room with furnace and hot water heater (2) laundry / powder room area and (3) family / craft room. The floor is cement throughout and inside walls are concrete brick. It has been gutted, except for the stairway wall. I have a measured drawing of the basement that I will share. I do not know the square footage but it's the full size of the house which is roughly 30 feet deep by 36 feet wide. There is a garage to lock up supplies until you're ready to bring it to the basement. There are rough-in for the powder room and laundry but may require relocation. I split time between Toronto and Windsor. I will be in Windsor the first week of May and plan to spend Monday to Wednesday working on the basement. I would love to meet with a few contractors and possibly start work if we (my brother who's in the house) and the contractor can agree on the scope of work.
I have a 19x16 foot room in the basement that needs to be strapped, three electrical boxes installed, insulated and drywalled.
The ceiling needs to be drywalled with three recessed lights installed. We also need a closet built beside the furnace and waterheater area and angled off with louvre doors to hide appliances. We need a 10 foot wall built to section off the laundry area
from the rest of the room., with a doorway.
We are thinking about refinishing our basement in the near future. It was finished decades ago and boasts real wood panelling and carpetting and an old bar. It has a full bath (sink, toilet, shower), a study, a family room and a room next to it which is about the same size as the family room as well. There is also a large laundry room, but we really aren`t concerned with finishing that part. We would like to update it, but know that it would be a substantial project and have no idea what options we have to choose from. We would like to redo it in such a way that we would never have to renovate it again. I am not sure what the square footage is of this basement, but it is the complete length and width of the house and our house is the style that has the main floor with the bedrooms and bathroom up three additional stairs and then you go down eight stairs to our basement and then three more stairs down into the basement, basement for the bathroom, study and laundry room. We need ideas and people that can make the ideas a reality.
I'm interested in getting a quote on some basement renovations. Currently, I live in a 80+ year old house in downtown Windsor that has been completely renovated but has a partly finished basement apartment and I'd like to get the rest of the work completed. There's a finished bathroom and bedroom in the basement and plumbing for a kitchenette and laundry.
There's a living space in the center that is unfinished so I would need to add flooring (preferably laminate throughout) and ceiling tiles, insulation between the ceiling and the main level floor for soundproofing and also drywall to close in the furnace area as well as drywall to close in the space. I would also need to put in the kitchen cabinets and sink. If you could give me a rough idea of what something like this would cost that would be great.
Please feel free to contact me via email or phone to view the space. Thanks for your time and consideration.
Had flood in basement. Drywall cut four feet from floor. Not sure if we want to cut basement, refrain, insulate and add new drop ceiling with pot lights and tile floor. Minimum we need drywall fixed with new drop ceiling with pot lights and tile floor and stairs in basement. Also need two new doors installed in basement. Experience is a must. Pictures of previous projects for us to see is also required.
The basement is approx 1500 sq ft. exterior walls are already insulated . there is no wiring done, except for rough lighting. Bathroom drains are roughed in already. There's no room to get anything other than 8 foot sheets down the steps. I'm just looking for an approx cost , materials and labor. priced separately if possible. The bathroom will be 8 x 10 with a walk in shower, no tub. Glass doors on shower.
I require a contractor to finish my billiard room which was stripped due to flooding. I want to finish the room in cedar or similar product. Size of the room is 15 ft X 25 ft X 7 ft high. Approximately 560 sq ft. of product will have to be put on the walls. Flooring has been replaced. This will require a good finishing carpenter.
Five closet doors and one through door will be required. These doors will require the finishing material to be applied for uniformity throughout.
A bathroom needs to be rebuilt - shower, basin, flooring, tile half way up the walls. Bathroom size is 6ft 6" square. shower to be 42" X 42".
New Build. Unfinished basement. Two Story House. Would like to finish this year (Spring/Summer timing) with the following areas.
See attached document for details on layout. Note: some changes to this original drawing have occurred.
We are looking at using drywall for the walls, laminate for the floors, spray foam for insulation, perhaps dricore for the subfloor.
The rooms/spaces we would like to create include:
Living space with fireplace and mantel and possible bar area
I am in the market to get the best deal to fix my flood effected basement. The area is about 1000 Sq ft consist of two bed rooms, walk in closet, bathroom and living room . the dry wall need to remove about 1.5 ft from the floor and replace, the wood floor need to be removed and replaced 4 doors need to be removed and replaced and the whole area need to painted. Your estimate should include material and labor.
This is an older house in Riverside with a largely unfinished basement. Partially renovated under former homeowner but there is no framing on basement walls. I want to build a man cave down there that I'll call the 19th hole. The wife is on board with the project as well, as she'll get some peace and quiet upstairs.
We are interested in re-modeling our current family foom in the basement. The work would involve removing panelling currently covering the walls and replacing with dry wall. Wiring and installing new light fixtures, removing old carpet and installing new laminate flooring. Possibly adding a gas fireplace. Also, removing carpet in bedroom, replacing with laminate flooring as well. This is a quick synopsis of work to be done
One corner (Southwest) of my newly purchased house has a vertical crack. The wall is ~6 ft high; the upper part of the crack creates a gap of 3 mm, and the lower part is hairline crack. From the upper crack I can see the sun light comes through. This outside of this crack wall is facing my neighbour's driveway with about 3-4 feet distance between the concrete-block wall and concrete-poured driveway. The house is ~55 years old.
I am looking forward to have the repair done.
small 1/2 basement there is a bedroom already drywalled but want to remove the existing false wall that was put up to create bedroom close off laundry room add new cupboards and counter in laundry room dry wall ceiling in basement and bead board lower half.
Only have to bring basement to finished sanding as paint is already taken care of as well as the flooring
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