Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Laval homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 41 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Laval seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,116,000.00 with a per project average of $27,219.00.
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I have unfinished basement in my new house in Saint Rose,Laval. The project I want to finish before June may include drywall finishing, floor installing(wood and ceramic), a toilet and a integrated showerroom installing ( drain pipes were ready), building a drywall to separate laundry room in basement. etc.
Currently some dry-wall up, concrete floor and exposed ceiling. Looking for a small wall to be erected (was previously moved to make garage larger by previous owner), insulated sub floor with floating floor installation, drop ceiling and electrical pot lights. Also if possible an electric fireplace install. Size 18' x 24' approx. with a hallway and staircase. Bilingual contractor preferred.
To renovate and update my finished basement. Reno would consist of removing paneling and replace with dry wall and paint. Install flooring, either floating floor or ceramic tile. Refinish face of fireplace. Fireplace is currently brick, but is outdated.
Change lighting to recessed lighting. My basement is approximately 350 sq. feet.
We are looking to renovate our basement and would like to get a quote for the following work:
- Ceiling (gypse, lighting & electrical work, plaster)
- Walls (plaster)
- Floor (installation only - materials already purchased)
- Bathroom (complete renovation)
- Heating system (needs to be moved to maximize space)
- Guest bedroom (wall needed)
- Storage space (needs to be created)
Please provide customer references.
I currently have a semi-finished basement (size around 11.6 m X 9.4 m ) with isolation and drywall complete. some drywalls would need to be replaced.
Flooring would need to be done and soundproofing for central air/heating system.
Plumbing for bathroom is already done and would need to be completed, with a devision for a room for it.
I currently have a home theater with projector and 120" electric and would need the ceiling to support this. (either with suspended ceiling or other method)
finally the stairs are in would and would need to be either carpeting or varnished wood.
we need to update our basement - 1 large living room with bar area, laundry room, small bathroom (toilet only), office, storage room. we would need to expand the bathroom to include a stand up shower and add a vanity. We also need to add floating floors and gyprock the walls and ceiling. approximate basement: 1500 sq. ft
Would like to plan a Bathroom, a bedroom, a small wine cellar, a storage room and agames room. The basement is currently bare, only walls have sheet rock with no plaster. Floor is cement ceiling are only joists.
Our budget would be between 10,000 - 15,000, however this is a first time for us and do not have any idea what a project like this would cost.
We are in the process of getting estimates and woul like the work to be done this summer and to be finished by September.
My house in Chomedy, Laval has a small unfinished basement. I'm looking to add a small bedroom, a 3 piece bathroom with a stand-up shower and a very small utilitarian kitchen (nothing fancy, just a stove top insert, some lower cabinets, wooden counter top with two wooden shelves instead of upper cabinets) No backsplash required for basement kitchen.
I am looking for laminate flooring with a basic subfloor. Nothing fancy in the bathroom, not looking to put in any wall tiles.
My budget is fixed at about 20 000$ (includes contingency) so if things get too expensive, I can give up the kitchen idea for now and go with a basic bedroom/bathroom set up.
Will also need to do some HVAC work (bathroom and kitchen fan additions) and some small touch up jobs in the rest of the house (backsplash replacement in kitchen upstairs)
I also have a minor crack in the foundation which will need to be repaired as part of this project.
Basement has a separate entrance, a basic pathway will have to be added. (again, nothing fancy required, concrete pathway will be fine)
Before job gets started, we will add a lock on the interior door connected to the basement, that way you will have access to come and go as you please for the reno.
There is a wooden stairway leading down to the basement which needs some finishing touches. Actual staircase is complete but it is raw.
Drywall is already up in basement except for ceiling which is open.
Notes: Ideal basement layout is shown in the attachment. Tasks will require electrical, HVAC, carpentry, and plumbing work.
I am the property owner.
Email me for more info; I have a fairly detailed idea of how I want this laid out and the build phases.
House was built in 1997. Basement has baseboard heating currently. (Central heating in rest of house)
House built in 2002 and basement not finished. Looking to add a bedroom, bathroom with shower, wine cellar, storage room and playroom. Do not want carpet. Possibly a gaz fireplace (natural Gaz already provided to the house) aswell looking to install fireplace in family room on 2nd floor. We have a budget of approximately $20 000.00. Mainly looking for oustanding results, above average quality products and a cozy feel to our basement.
i am looking to turn two rooms into one in the basement. i would like to install a hottub/spa measuring 8 ft by 8 ft in one corner, an electric fireplace on the opposite wall. the room needs to be gutted out as it is now panelled and has a stucco ceiling with a wall between the two rooms which i would like remove. i need new gyprock walls and would like to install ceramic and hardwood floors. i need to make sure the room is well ventilate as well so the rerouting of air ducts are a concern. bathroom on another level, staircase and tilind in hallway and new gyp walls in garage.
I want to convert the basement of my duplex into a bachelor. The duplex is roughly built in 1958 and it is about 800 sq ft. The living room of the basement is fully renovated however I need to add a kitchen and split the garage so I could have a larger bedroom. There is an old tiny washroom with a standing shower but I would like to make the washroom slightly bigger. There is a lot of wasted space so I would like to maximize the living area. Please let me know how long it would take and roughly how much it would cost if I was to use the standard materials.
The project consists to install from A to Z the floating floor in the basement (1100 sq.ft) situated in Laval (near Des Laurentides Blvd. and Ste-Rose Blvd), except for the bathroom and kitchen where I'm putting ceramics. The kitchen cabinets, countertop, etc. have to be put back and so are the bathroom vanity and toilet, after installing the floor.
Some walls need also to be fixed (including isolation) and the entire basement need to be painted.
After your visit (before 8am or after 6:30pm on weekdays and any time during the weekend), your proposal needs to be very detailed (fournishing some material).
The project needs to be started 3 weeks from now, while meeting a very tight budget, without givng up any thing on quality.
House built on a hill so basement is totally below ground on one side only of the house, and totally above ground on the opposite side of the house.
Digging almost all done and would probably be completed before project starts.
Plumbing needed for 2 bathrooms.
External walls, facing above ground side of site, are made of blocs and need cement plastering.
About a quarter of the area is an extension of the building and currently has temporary roofing which therefore needs to be replaced by permanent roofing, therefore for about 200 sq feet.
Floors, electricity, internal walls are also needed.
Walls finishing i.e. drywall installation, plastering and painting will be done by us.
Note also that 1 or 2 small kitchens are planned for the project. Quote accordingly for either one or 2 kitchens.
Transformer un garage de grandeur standard en chambre a coucher (2 tiers) et salle d'eau (1 tier). Remplacer la porte du garage par des fenetres et probablement une porte. Tranformer une salle d'eau du RDC en salle de bain (remplacer la place pour laveuse secheuse en douche en coin) et demenager la salle d'eau au sous-sol. Fermer le hall d'entree avec un mur et porte francaise. Fermer la cuisine avec un mur et portes.
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