Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Laval homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 27 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Laval seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $342,000.00 with a per project average of $12,666.00.
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We need to build a second bathroom in the basement (toilet & sink) and completely renovate the upstairs bathroom. We believe we have mold. We will buy the materials. We just need a quote for labour. Only licensed professionals need reply who have at least 2 references. The bathroom is approximately 8 x 6 feet. The second bathroom has to be built first (obviously) The renovation job has to be done within a week to our satisfaction. We will pay in 3 installments. We absolutely require permits and inspections to be done by the City of Laval.
I have recently bought a new house in Laval. We have found a leak in the shower downstairs and there is no fan for ventilation. This will be the main shower in the house so we need the fan. So I need to install a bathroom fan in a basement bathroom. There is no existing holes on the inside or to the outside so this will need to be done. I beleive an electriction will be need for this? Then we need to re grout the shower because it has been leaking.
House is Semi Detached 1995
2nd floor Bathroom needs updating
Existing Bathroom in good shape, but color is outdated.
Want to replace blue tub,vanity,sink, toilet and update ceramic floor and walls. No changes that require plumbing to be moved.
I can gut everthing except tub.
Ready as of May 5th.
the room is 10' x 8'. the house was built in 1966.
the projet: install a glass shower (there is no shower for now). the shower area is about 3' x 5'
- change the toilet bowl,
- install a double sink vanity and new faucets
- add ceramic to one wall + change the one already on the floor.
I have a bathroom to renovate in a condo, the size is about 12 feet by 8 feet
i want new tiles on the wall around the bath tub and wall to be changed , and on the other corner a have a built in shower with fiberglass casing which i want removed and replaced by a shower built compltely with tiles from the ground up , maybe a piant job too for the rest of the washroom to match the new tiles
i want somthing mordern and fresh
I have a 60 sq ft bathroom wich has to be completly renovated. To replace the bathtub(60" by 30") with the ceramic around it, to replace the ceramic on the floor, to replace the vanity, and to paint the walls. I provide the ceramic for the wall and for the floor, the bathtub, and the vanity. I mention that the walls around the bathtub are made old style, ceramic over concret(with metalic net), with no gybroc. I am interested for an estimation for the labor, and the rest of the materials necesary provided by the contractor. The bathtub faucet, and the pipes for the shower has to be changed.
I need the estimation as soon as possible to be able to choose and start the job.
I would like to redo my whole bathroom, it is a small bathroom.
I would like to change the the bathtub, put all around the bathtub tiles from the bathtub to the ceiling, change the toilet bowl, change the sink and add one with cabinet with doors, the tiles that already there on the wall have to be removed and just leave a painted wall and the tiles on the floor have to be redone. We also need to add a gate on both sides of the house as it is open we would like to close. Please respond back with a good price.
Im looking for a contractor that can help with the renovation of a basement bathroom. The main task is completly removing the old shower and installing a new one bacause water is leaking from the faucet handles. There are no preferred materials. The bathroom is approximately 7feet by 5feet. We do not know if a tiled shower or a shower with wall panels are the best for the space.
Thank you for your time,
update a 60's bathroom,never been touched,remove wall to wall tiles , change to painted surfaces with tiles at bath only,needs all the latest accessories,
2 person corner bathtub if possible, extend space into hallway, new doors.
also we have unfinished basement we would like to put a full bathroom there as well,eventually we would like to finish the basement...
Owner in need of COMPLETE BATHROOM RENOVATION! ... includes removing the floor, shower, sink/vanity and toilet. Installation of new EVERYTHING! I would also need wall tiles installed. The floor tiles are cracked and the floor needs to be leveled, possible water infiltration. The bathroom is located in the basement and is approx.
Bathroom is approx. 7 x 12 feet.
Building 33 years old.
We want the whole space gutted. So, need to put new drywall.
The size of the room will remain the same but some things need to be changed. We want the washer/dryer to be placed where the bathtub is right now and vice versa. Due to this, plumbing and electrical will need to be changed. We will order a new 6 foot vanity but it will remain in same area, as will the toilet and bidet (which exists now).
Also, we would like to add an exhaust fan and more lighting.
The whole floor will be tiled and up to 4 feet all around on the wall. We would also like a glass accent wall above the vanity.
We chose a bathtub that needs to be supported by a tiled box. There will be no shower.
Can you please quote us a price and also let us know how long this project might take and when you are available.
This is for a NEW basement bathroom. There are no plumbing connection made yet so breaking concrete floor is necessary. I want a Toilet + Sink + stand up shower. I have 1 issue, my electric panel for the house is located on a wall that is part of my bathroom space, I do not think it is allowed to be in a bathroom?? Need info.
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