Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Brossard homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 12 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Brossard seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,350,500.00 with a per project average of $112,541.00.
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I would like to build a new bathroom in the basement: approx 6'x5'6", i would like to put in a toilet,sink and possiibly tiled shower. Basic pipes for toilet and sink, will need to possibly move and add for shower. No walls or flooring or electicity in the space. Thinking of putting in a pockedoor due to limited space.
Also need to make some repairs to walls, put in recessed lighting in ceiling and fix staircase and ramp in basement and paint.
Future projects include, redoing main bathroom and staining oak kitchen cabinets and adding backspalsh in the kitchen.
House is built in 1986, cottage style.
I would like to have a quote from your company for the following project descriptions, as well as three reference numbers I can call.
DESCRIPTION PROJECT 1:
I would like to have a room in my parents' home repaired/renovated.
The room is in the rear corner of the house over the rear half of the garage.
The room is approximately 12.5' X 16' including closet space.
Removal of ceiling drywall.
Removal of wall drywall.
Removal of carpet.
Verification of trueness of floor. (screwing down where necessary to remove squeaks in subfloor/joists)
Removal of insulation.
Removal of weak/molded studs.
Removal of black mold.
Verification of all electrical outlets (functional/properly housed).
Proper installation of black paper (barrier/insulation).
Installation of 2" Pink styrofoam onto walls that are on exterior side (two sides). All gaps filled with spray foam. Note: NO VAPOUR BARRIER (plastic film) (i.e. do not install).
Replacement of studs (includes reconfiguring of closet space).
Installation of Roxul Safe n' Sound (Fireproof/Soundproof) insulation.
Installation of ceiling/wall drywall. Includes taping/mudding.
Installation of baseboards and trim.
Note: Windows are new. No need to replace them.
Overall result: Properly insulated/properly rebuilt room that prevents condensation/mold from forming.
Other questions: Is your company responsible for obtaining required permits for structure/electrical or do you expect the homeowner to acquire those documents?
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