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I'm contemplating renovating my basement. It's about 600 square feet unfinished, below 6' ceiling basement, with some old electrical wiring as the house (brick house) is from 1921.
I'm in South-West Montreal.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
I want to finish my basement We have approx. 600 sq.ft:
(Bathroom, family room, storage room)
Nb 1 : Storage Room not to be finish.
1- Replace my old heater tube with copper tube (in the basement only)
2- Change the water plumbing
3- Insulate walls
4- Build and install bathroom ( 9 by 9) (new plumbing for bathroom/shower/toilet/washer/dryer/sink).
5- Build a family room.
6- Build a new stair.
7- Gyproc all basement walls.
8- Electrical work (general corrections, install lights in basement ceiling and basement bathroom).
9- Install floating floor
I am looking to renovate a basement laundry room in NDG. The space is 9'X9' and contains the washer & dryer, a large sink and faucets, hot water tank, furnace, and electrical panel.
The floor is currently cement and the walls are bare or paneled. There is a main drain running through one corner. The hot water tank and furnace will significantly effect accessibility.
I am looking for tile floors, probably tile at least half way up the wall, replacement of the existing sink with something stainless steel, and incorporation of storage. The electrical panel sits within an old and roughly made cabinet that needs replacement. Materials will be simple and economical.
We have a home in NDG with a smallish (20x20) musty basement that we would like to remodel. Specifically we would like to remove the old sub-floor, remove the existing walls and suspended ceiling, find and repair any leaks or dampness and then rebuild with floor tiles, a new ceiling, walls and shelving. We also have a laundry room with fixtures for a shower and bathroom that needs to be finished, depending on budget.
I would like a quote to renovate my basement.
The area is about 600 sq ft. 7' high.
This is an idea of what I want to do.
1. Remove all old gyproc from walls/ceiling.
3. Wash walls and paint with vapor barrier paint.
2. Remove an old cedar closet. (8' x 5')
Install Vapour barrier on 3 basement walls, vapor barrier over concrete floors and small cold room area.
Insulate (walls & cold room)
Electrical work (general corrections, install lights in basement ceiling and basement bathroom)
Repairs & new plumbing for bathroom/shower/toilet/washer/dryer/ 3 floor drains
Build new staircase. Interior.
Rebuild basement door & exit (new doorway and stairwell)
Build and install bathroom (shower/toilet/sink)
Install 4 new windows.
Sound barrier (ceiling)
Gyproc all walls.
I want to start and complete work this October/Nov.
I do not want to relay new concrete. My basement floor is dry (not water collecting/pooling or ovbiously damp areas but would like this checked). Need good solutions to vapor barrier/lay a new floor as i don't wish to loose head height. Budget 10,000$. Would like quote broken down into 1. prep (destruction), 2. Floor / walls vapor barrier & insulate 3. Ceiling sound barrier. 4. electrical. 5. plumbing, 6. build stairs, 7. Gyproc all walls. 8. install new flooring (tiles probably). Certified contractors need only apply to this posting. Once contractor selected, I will require a full quote/contract, prof of certification/insurance/permits.
My budget is 10-15k.
Thx very much,
The house was built in 1989.
A 850 square foot basement that needs finishing. It is currently unfinished except for the walls that are framed with 2x3 from the joists until 3 feet from the cement floor and insulated with fiberglass.
I would like the cement walls to be covered with blue styrofoam then framed with 2x4 and insulated with fiberglass and vapor barrier.
The floor will be covered with delta membrane then covered with 5/8" plywood and a laminate finished floor.
Basic layout will have one large main area, one small unfinished mechanical room and two small rooms(10'x10' each) for office and storage.
The current staircase is a rough pine staircase installed by the builder that will need to be finished.
Entire basement will require 1/2" drywall.
We bought a duplex in Ahuntsic and we'd like to refinish the basement. Its completely unfinished with cement walls. Cement is high and uneven so there is cement work that needs to be done. Basement is roughly 800 square feet, we'd like a living room, bedroom, and bathroom with laundry space. We've had contractors out and have an idea of whats involved by now. Work would need to start late sept as our bank budget with expire if work isn't complete by December. Must be RBQ
Please call if you're interested. Thanks!!!
We have approx. 1,110 sq.ft. of basement we'd like to redo partially with tiles (where the washer is) and partially with wood (hardwood or floating). There is currently a floating floor that would need to be taken out. We might need to add backflow valves and isolation (ground is cold in winter)
We would also ideally add a water entry for a sink - dishwasher and install a mini fridge/ wine cellar. We would also need to add electricity (spot lights) in an adjacent basement bedroom. Finally, we would like to move an electric heater by approx. 1 meter.
Ideally, this work should be performed between january and may 2015.
Basement, 18'-6" X 20'-6", include a bathroom with shower and furnace/laundry room.
I don't have specific material in mind, a range of price is good (acceptable quality materials to good quality materials.)
In a townhouse near Fairview shopping centre, a brand new townhouse.
My house is 3 bedroom duplex located in NDG (montreal) at least 55 or so years old. There is a garage in about I/4 of the whole basement. I would like to make it as a bachelor apt. Material, something durable not expensive and not so cheap either i would like to something modern but not classsy. Can you please help me?
I have a basement with 3 bedrooms, 1 dining room, 1 living room and 1 kitchen and one bathroom.
The rooms have to be insulated to stand the Canadian winter, the flooring has to be redone along with some electrical work. Washroom a complete renovation including the kitchen, I want to make it energy efficient and low cost for heating.
Looking for a honest contractor with years of experience and prefer someone who understands and speaks English.
Extending bedroom walls, put new wooden (bamboo) floors, painting walls. The house was built in1983, no renovations were done. One bedroom needs to be extended by approx. 8x8 feet. The carpet floor needs to be removed, the cement base needs to be cleaned and disinfected. A new floor needs to be installed in the whole basement (900 sq. feet). The preferred material - compressed bamboo surface. The job needs to be completed by June 15 at the latest, because we are moving in on the 16th.
I would like to finish the basement. Right now it is a big space without much. I want the flooring in hard wood and the ceiling finished. I also want to build one room with toilet and bath.
I am looking for a contractor who can show me his portfolio.
I would like a reliable craftsman who will work to my satisfaction.
We recently bought a duplex. We would like to renovate the basement. Currently it houses a large open space, a bathroom, utilities area, closed off room and boiler room ( with an oil furnace and tank).
We'd like to remove the oil system, shuffle some of the rooms around to add another bedroom, create an entertain space and in some areas lower the floor (there appears to be a raised floor in the main room).
We also have a things to check from the inspection, so there would potentially be more work in the future.
The house footprint is approx. 25' x 28'. I want to use the basement for additional bedroom, a bathroom with shower, a playroom, a laundry room as well as storage.
Four windows (approx. 30" x 18") and an exit door (30" wide) require replacement. The current electric forced air system for the groundfloor and basement will be removed and both floors will be heated by baseboards, which should be included in the price. The electrical panel has the capacity to handle the new heating system.
Please provide an online estimate and time frame for the work. An accurate quote can also be arrange after the initial estimate.
The basement measures 35 x 25 x 8
It is three-quarters bare and one-quarter renovated which has to be removed. The bathroom also has to be taken down and renovated.
I am looking for an open concept redoing the floor and walls with the possibility of adding a room later on.
I also would like to have an idea how much it would cost to add a separate front door exit with the possibility of converting the basement in a separate apartment.
I attached a sketch of the basement layout and a picture of a basement layout I would like with the ceiling not closed up.
I live in a old duplex, and I want to get the basement stairs done, they are old and squeaking, the ceiling is very low and the Headroom by the stairs is low so we need to duck towards the bottom of the stairs, but I think a beam is there so I dont think that part can be fixed, so I think my only choice is to replace the treads and risers to new ones, was wondering how much a job like this would cost because I need to get it done, I think its about 10 stairs,
I am looking to renovate my bathroom, the basement and front garden of my triplex in the plateau. More specifically, for the basement/crawl space, it would be to remove the dirt and lay down some type of protective barrier to prevent moisture and mold. For the front garden, it would be to remove the current structure and replacing with a very simple hedge. For the bathroom, it would be a complete remodel (remove current shower, and fixtures, retile, etc.
basement has humidity, crackes in wall, needs sub pump in basement , possibly water accumulation under foundation, some damage visible on interior wall. 1950's duplex in montreal. needs updated electrical, currently uses gas and hydro for heating, will have to update heating to electiral only. goal is to make a legal basement apartment. possbiltiy to update both upstairs and downstairs units as well, hardwood under floating floors on both units, kitchens and bathrooms.
i am looking for an english speaking contractor, so that i can communicate my needs and concerns during the renovation. someone who is qualified, can provide a written contract with a warrenty. the general contractor will be responsible for the permits and any subcontractors that the site will require and that all contractors and sub contractors are fully liscensed.
Our house was built in 1888, and sags 2" at the central stair. We would like to add a new column under the stair to keep it from sagging further. We are excavating 22" deeper than the 81" existing height, for an area which is 24" from the existing exterior stone foundations. The door to the exterior is 32"x77". There is no urgency for the project, but done in the spring, it would be easier to do. A structural engineer is presently doing his plans. Wood columns will be replace by steel on concrete footings. Wood beams will be reinforced by steel plates on both sides which are accessible. There is a lane beside the house.
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