Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Laval homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 46 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Laval seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $3,283,000.00 with a per project average of $71,369.00.
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|Dollard Des Ormeaux||12||$321,500.00||$26,791.00|
I have four projects that I would like to get started with.
1) I need additional ventilation on my roof (Maximums) to be installed
2) I have a leak in my master bedroom that may be coming from a roof joint, but the problem is unknown. I need someone to come and see what the problem is and to help fix the damage that leak had caused (ceiling fixing and painting)
3) I need a ventilator in my main bathroom on the second floor.
4) I would like to renovate my basement. I need to put up walls, finish the walls, install a bathroom (shower, toilet and sink) and put in the flowting floor.
The house was built in 2004, and we have an inspection report from the inspection that was done in July 2009 that lists a lot more work. If we are happy with the contractor, we will continue doing business with them.
I need someone to come and check out the work. I am willing to pay for travel and for an estimate. I simply need someone that does quality work to show up as soon as possible and start working.
The house is a split level built in 1962, oil heating. tank is in the garage, furnace in the basement in Chomedy Laval:
Everything< except for the roof > is ORIGINAL -i.e window, and doors are the original from 1962:
1) Need to replace:
All (15) WINDOWS: - 2 WINDOW ARE 120" X 58"
- 2 windows 96" x 55"
- 1 " " 75" x 55"
- 3 " " 41" x 38"
- 1 " " (den front of house) 95" x 32"
- 1 den door (leads to the back yard) 81" x 34"
- Den window (back yard) 71" x 51"
Kitchen door and window to the back need to be replace
by a sliding door patio - approximate measure 82" x 76"
- 4 Basement windows 22" x 35"
- 1 Garage window 22" x35"
- 1 front door 87" x 39"
2) Basement needs to be completly redone - 595 sq ft. ( total area) - there is a cold room and bathroom and laundry - need to make a bedroom and redo the bathroom in the basement - needs plumbing redo
3) One car Garage 262" x 125" ( 227 sq.ft.) - the garage concrete slab needs repair its old and needs painting
4) front balcony and stairs concrete
We live in laval in a cul de sac . We have a bungalow from the 70"s and want to remove the carport to build an extension . The extension would either be a garage in the basement level and a 2 floors above or a garage at ground level with a floor above it.
The garage and extension would be aprox 14 feet wide and 30 feet long aprox.
Above the garage would be an intergeneration apartment with a 1 bdrm .
Their is already an entrance from the basement that exists and i think that this is one of the requirements for the city to allow for intergeneration. The electrical panel is already updated as well as the rest of the home . Maybe the roof might need some work but not sure.
We would need financing for this project and therfore need a good plan to present to the bank for a loan.
Please let me know you aprox expense for work and materials as well as any other references you have so we may make an apointment in the weeks to come. We want this project to be smooth.
Thank you for the information you can provide .
I have a carport whos roof is sagging and needs reinforcement before getting the roof done. The carport is approximately 29 feet by 12 feet with a shallow roofline sitting on 3 sonotube of 8 inches . I would like to know how much it would cost to rebuild as a closed garage or just reinforce the trusses at the top making them reach from one end to the other. Whereas nos they are attached to the facia of the original roofline.
I wish I can give you simple instructions for this job, we just moved in and are in a seriouse need to make corrective work on our back wall. We are asked to have our patio door, bricks, basement wall, insulation, floor to rip out as quickly as possible due to water damage, mold, mushroom and who knows what else im looking for trusting contractors to come and give us free estimation so I can get this work done, we are very discouraged right now :( please keep in mind we are taking our old owners to court and that its a sensitive issue but if we can find one seriouse contractor who is willing and ready to give us a basic free estimation to get this ball started would be grately appreciated because so far not one is ready to get down to work im very disappointed.
current 3 bedroom cottage. to extend kitchen approx 5-6 ft towards outside.
to re-locate master bedroom bathroom to another area of the bedroom and extend a smaller bedroom.. will consider changeing complete upper level from a 3 bedroom to a 4 bedroom if possible.
Home is about 20 years old. If option for a 4 bedroom is not possible, would like to downsize master bedroom since its about size of a double car garage and expand the adjecent bedroom to fit 2 double beds rather than 2 single beds.
We are looking to add a 33'x14' extension to the back of our house. It would consist of a slab on grade foundation and vinyl siding with the roof overlapping the existing roof. The extension with be subdivided into two rooms (living room and wine room).
We would need electrical and HVAC duct work and the gyproc, the interior finishing will be done myself.
This is a small project that should take less than a day to complete. We need an exterior wall built - including panels, framing, exterior siding, doors and windows (which we provide). Total area of the wall is 200 sq. ft.
This is neither a time-consuming or difficult project (for the qualified professional). Please contact asap if interested.
My basement is 38 feet by 23 feet. (indoor measurements) I have a trench surrounding the basement about 6 inches from the wall, 2-3" deep and would like to put a drain all around connecting to my sump pump then seal it with cement. It works very well as is but I'd like to cut down the humidity. The walls are about 2/3's covered with some blue steirofoam. I'd like finish this off to the bottom with a similar product (drill a few strategically place holes at the bases to help the water drain) then cover the walls with a paneling that will direct the water from the walls into the drain. The panels should be paintable. I have a block wall of approximately 10 feet by 6 feet (not load bearing) that I'd like taken down and removed and a smaller room made around the sump pump. I'm taking offers and the work would be done this summer or during the autumn at the latest.
Please call if you wish to examine the premises yourselves.
I purchased an older house 12 years ago in Fabreville. I resently found out that I need to redo the foundation due to it having a few cracks. I would also like to expand it outwards from the front. I would like to know approximately how much this may cost me. My windows and sidings need redoing too.
I am looking for a contractor to remove some stone flowerbeds in front of my house and replace them with driveway stones similar to ones existing. I would also like to replace the stones in my backyard and extend it to half the yard and build a cabane.
Back yard is about 40X40 feet (half would be stone with cabane)
Front stones are in length about 15X3 feet to remove and replace.
I have an older home that was built in 1952 that needs some remodeling. The kitchen and bathroom are on my prioritiy. It is a small kitchen and bathroom. What I would like to do is demolish both kitchen and bathroom and make both spaces livable spaces. I would like my kitchen to be an eat in kitchen. I would like my appliances to be moved around and I would like to most probably put ceramic or durable material flooring in both the bathroom and kitchen that could sustain water falling or dripping on floor.
For the bathroom, i am thinking of only putting in a single stand up sink and new toilette with a single mirror over the sink and if possible a new bathtub. The tiles must go in the tub and on the walls.
I would like someone on your staff to give me their ideas on what can work in my two small spaces.
I am looking to renovate the following:
- 1 bathroom: change the shower, the cabinets and the tiles
- 1 kitchen: change the cabinets
- floor: sand the floor in living room and in 3 bedroom and stairs
- change the carpet of stairs going to basement
- repaint where paint has been damaged due to renovation
1-Kitchen need to redecorate with new cabinet new ceramic floor, close to a sitting area the idea to have an open concept that merge the kitchen and small sitting area including den.
2- Powder room need to be enlarge to create a larger space for washing and dryer equipment including new floor and perhaps new toilet and sink with wooden vanity and accessories.
3- Second level main bathroom is big and the idea is to create two bathroom so one can serve the master bedroom and the second one the other two rooms, means new tub new sink with wooden vanity new toilet, lighting tiles and all accessories.
4- one bed room need to replace the floor from carpet to wood.
5- Stairs need to replace the carpet by wood as well.
6- The house windows including the back yard door need to be replaced and install new aluminum windows.
7- Back yard deck need to be replaced either by wood or can be kind of concrete with aluminum railing.
8- Back yard garden fence need to be replaced by wood or PVC coated or any other free maintenance and durable material.
9- The garden back yard need new grass and some trees trimming.
Note material required to be decent quality not necessary to be very high quality rather medium and durable.
1. Paint: the entire house as well as doors & moldings needs to be painted
2. Sand & stain hardwood as well as railings & stairs
3. Full bathroom (no stand up shower, only bathtub)
4. Powder room
6. Air conditioning, either central heat & air or air conditioning wall unit
7. 2 small foundation cracks
Would like one estimate for all of these items combined.
We are looking to build a 7' partition wall with sound-proof insulation with 1 door in order to create a mudroom with stacked laundry machines, as well as to convert the adjacent main-floor laundry room (with an existing shower) into a bathroom. A well-placed wet-wall already exists, and there is no custom cabinetry required. Required skills: Plumbing, carpentry, dry-wall, door-hanging, painting.
I'd like a quote to remove a wall separating the kitchen and living room areas. The house is a tiny 650 sf bungalow situated in Laval-Ouest. I am not sure if it is a supporting wall or not. There is an addition several feet of closet space which also houses the washer/dryer which has been incorporated into the space to make things a little more complicated. I will upload some photos within the next 24 - 48 hrs.
The house is presently on cinderblock foundation, with a dug out earth basement.
The basement is high enough to walk around.
The house is too low to the street, so to raise and pour a cement foundation and basement.
Outside access to the basement is through a window. No access from the inside.
Area is considered a flood zone by the city of laval but have not had water in the basement for over 10 ++years.
Basement needs to be waterproofed because close proximaty to lake and river
Beams to be replaced, surely
House approximate square footage is 25' X 25'
We are considering making an offer on a 20 yr old home that needs complete updating- renovation of all ceramic throughout house, restain wood floors & staircase, change kitchen & 4 bathrooms. Will send you a detailed document via email with details of home specs & what we would like done specifically. Target budget of 100 000$
House constructed in 1957. Front wild stone and sides bricks and aluminum.
On the front an entrance was added that has no stone presently.
And another entrance from the front is closed and stone covered but not perfectly done.
On the sides some windows was closed and need to be covered by bricks. Even aluminum needs to be renewed totally.
House dimensions approximately 38 feet length without garage and 52 feet with garage. And 24 feet width.
House has rectangular shape. It is a bungalow. 3 bed rooms on top of garage totally aluminum from out side.
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