Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Montreal homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 144 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Montreal seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,126,500.00 with a per project average of $14,767.00.
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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.
BATH ROOM Renovation. I am looking for someone to redo the bath room gutting it out and starting from scratch. Person must be reliable and professional. Please send me a quote for a 7x10 room, the bathroom will be all tiled with 2/2 tile and shower mosaic need to be some pluming moved around. I need a price with man power and materials and a time line. I will supply all the pluming and bathroom finishing. Contractor will supply rough material and sealer glue ect.
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I am interested in putting in a 2nd bathroom in my home. The plumbing is there already however I would like to add a shower and the plumbing needs to be done for that. My basement is not finished therefore I would think it is easier to do. My question is what would be the cost for a 10X10 bathroom? How long would it take?
Condo, built 1998 - NDG
The acrylic bathtub is cracked and needs to be replaced. Some say it may be a support issue so the support needs to be inspected and maybe replaced/rebuilt. Need to remove tub and replace with new one. You will also be required to leave with the old tub. The front of the tub is covered with ceramic tiles (6) so there will be work in removing tiles and replacing.
Will a plumber be required..not sure.
I have just bought a fixer upper duplex. Both bathrooms and kitchens need to be gutted and rebuilt.
My goal is to have a pro assist (I should say teach) me in doing the upstairs and I could tackle the downstairs alone.
I don't even know if this service exists. Someone sort of like the guy on income property.
So can someone deal with an apprentice, and how much is the hourly wage. I know the cost of material.
I'm looking at starting around mid july but need someone who can commit to the last ten days of july because thats
We wish to renovate a condo bathroom. We want to bring it to the studs and rebuild the whole thing. It's an 80' condo that never had any renovations done to it. And it's our only bathroom.
We have chosen our ceramic, faucets, bath and washroom. It's a medium sized bathroom. We would prefer an on-site estimate of the renovations.
We just bought the first floor of a triplex (condo) in Montreal built in 1900, approximately 1300 sf.
We have the perfect space to create a 2nd bathroom using part of the guest bedroom that measures approximately 23 x 11. We want to make the bathroom 5 x 9 by taking the space of the existing closet (which measures 2 x 9) in the guestroom and an additional 3 feet of the bedroom. We have plans from a designer already - which we are happy with. We have been told that the plumbing is straight forward through the basement, which has an open ceiling (as it is unfinished). A vent will also go in through the floor. We want the necessary waterproofing as well. We want the bathroom to be very simple, bath tub, toilet and vanity. The seller leaves at the end of April and we want to begin work on the bathroom by April 26th. The seller has agreed to allow the plumbing rough-in work to be done immediately. We move in mid-May and need the work to be done before.
We have the building permit already and are ready for work to begin. We have been in contact with a contractor, however, we are concerned about the estimate provided to us. Please let us know your estimates and availability to begin work. We need to meet our delays. Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you.
We would like to convert our corner set tub & bath so that they are aligned straight against the wall and connected to each other. Including lining the inner wall of the shower with stone or ceramic and using glass for the shower door, also looking to change shower head & settings. Modernize it and make the most use of the space.
- 6' x 10' bathroom
- complete demo, remove all walls and floor down to subfloor
- repair/replace subfloor if necessary
- install new gyproc on 4 walls
- one coat of plaster
- move/install new ceiling fan to current ceiling exhaust
- move electric boxes to new locations in the bathroom
- create division for a standup shower - 3 x 3
- install membrane at base of shower and create proper slant for drainage.
- Ceramic the shower base with 2 x 2 tiles
- Ceramic the 4 walls and the shower interior with 1 x 2 tiles. Not rounded corner tiles
- grout with epoxy grout for the shower floor and regular grout everywhere else
Fair and serious clients looking to establish a long term reliable relationship. Prompt payers.
Need to remove bathroom tiles from wall, remove bath tub and vanity.
Replace with new fittings, tile walls up to ceiling using large ceramic tiles (thinking about marble not sure)
There is a little built in cupboard made from wood that also needs to be removed.
Floor needs to be tiled too.
condominium suite constructed in 1984. Bathroom has not been renovated before.
We want to replace everything:
bathtub/shower, toilet, vanity, sink, faucets, pharmacy, tile, paint, add walllpaper to the ceiling. We have purchased vanity, sink, faucet, pharmacy, tiles and wallpaper. We are in the midst of ordering and purchasing the remaining items.
We want to install a frosted glass window in the bathtub/shower area (approximately 48"x18"). This is an interior wall between the bathroom and the master bedroom. (still to be ordered)
we want the floor tiled, the bathtub skirted with the same tile, and the walls of the bath/shower with another style of tile. (we have these selected already).
We want to install a floor heating system under the floor tile.
The ceiling is painted and peeling. we wish to wallpaper the ceiling with a textured wallpaper (already selected).
all remaining walls and ceiling to be painted one colour.
Wanity, sink and faucet installation will remain in it's original position.
Pharmacy needs to be installed.
Toilet will be installed in original position.
Bathtub will be installed in original position. Faucet will be Roman tub Style with a shower extension and bar on the wall. The tub is a wedge shape (60"x42"x26") without a plastic skirt.
We have a 1953 vintage bathroom. It is the only room in the house that we have not rennovated since purchasing the house in 2002. We are looking for a complete overhaul, but we do not want to break the bank. We do not want to change the main configuration of the bathroom. All of the plumbing will likely stay in the same place. The current bathroom has a tiled floor with tiles going half way up the wall. We have not yet decided if we want half tile, half gyprock or floor to ceiling tile. We would like to replace the tub, sink and toilet. We also need a vent to be installed. We are also interested in installing a pocket door as it is already a very small space.
Plan to strip room to the supports.
Need to close up pocket door and install gyprock on bedroom side
Install new flooring plus ceramics (with heat pad for floor)
Set up new gyprock (vaulted ceiling)
Install new lingerie and vanity (quote custom set) plus new bathtub and toilet
expand door from 26" to 30".
plaster and install ceramic tiles on walls.
Small main bathroom reno. total area is approx 84 sq ft
Tear out tile on floor, around shower, and half wall behind of and remove old tub, vanity. light fixture and toilet
Strip all drywall, check for mould etc, and replace with new
Retile floor and shower only
Replace tub, toilet, lighting and vanity - supplied by client
Replace old guillotine window with double pane wind open screened window - window is approx. 18" wide by 5' high
Finish ready for paint by client.
Update a bathroom in 1920's house. Current bath is probably from 50's.
Want to remove tiles from around the room and close second door in to bathroom. Replace tub (inclu fixtures) and sink. Replace floor and tile only around tub and baseboards. Recycle toilet as it is new. Replace radiator with hydronic towel rack/heater.
Bathroom renovation -
We have a small bathroom in a condo, downtown Montreal (the Village area).
We have pre-purchased an Ikea vanity, double sink, 2 faucets and wall cabinet (with mirror).
We need the following work done BEFORE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11th 2012.
a) Demolition - removal of bath, toilet, tiling (shower over bath and floor), vanity.
b) Installation of bath and faucets - we can pre-purchase
c) Tiling floor and shower over bath (dimensions below)
d) Installation shower curtain rod
We will install vanity, sink (and plumbing), wall cabinet and toilet (and plumbing) - our plumber will be in the condo from Sunday November 11th.
Total Bathroom (includes shower):
378 x 258 cm
Shower over bath:
Bathroom is 5'6€ wide by 13'4€ long'
The house was built in 1984.but the bathtub and cabinet sink are recent.
WORK TO BE DONE:
1.Replace floor tiles as well as tiles around the tub, different color for floor vs. tub, reuse existing tub and faucet, looking for good quality ceramic tiles.
2.Replace recessed prefab shower approx. 30€ x 30€ by a tiled shower to the ceiling with a glass door and a rain shower head, looking for good quality tiles. Increase width of shower by at least 12€ to 18€ by using some of the closet space from the adjacent room. Existing shower is presently recessed between two closets (adjacent room and entrance closets). This will require plumbing rework since the wall that needs to be pushed back houses the plumbing.
3.Change the toilet, use same plumbing.
4.Change the cabinet and linen storage by a less bulky one. Looking for an upgrade from standard laminated cabinets, reuse existing plumbing and existing sink and faucet.
5.Add a window on the outer wall over the bathtub. Would like window to be approx.30€W x 36€H in PVC to match exiting house windows. The outdoor wall finish is in aluminum.
I'm the property owner and I'm looking to do a bathroom renovation. New vanity, new tile floors, new shower tile, new bathtub.
The bathroom will be tenant occupied. I'd like for something clean, durable but also modern.
Attached are pictures of the current bathroom.
Looking to renovate a 6' x 7' bathroom (has a standard bathtub) and need to replace taps (sink and tub), counter top, sink, lighting fixture and replace tile flooring and tile behind tub. Tiled walls need to be removed and replaced with drywall (Giprock / Durock, etc).
The new flooring tiles would extend from the bathroom through the hallway (55 sq. feet: currently carpet, that would be removed), and into the kitchen (5' x7': currently tiled, that would be removed and replaced with new tile).
Additional optional replacements could include replacing bathtub and toilet if required and installing an electric ventilation fan (ventilation duct is already in place).
Apt. is located in Plateau near Parc Lafontaine. Proof of certification and insurance required by building administration.
I would like to have the following done:
My bathroom has tiles from top to bottom, left to right with the exception of the ceiling - remove all tiles
Paint the walls
New ceramic to be done in the bathtub area only
Remove old vanity and install a new one
Remove old toiled and instal a new one
Remove an old "bide"
Bathtub unsure of what can be done...either keep this one or remove it and install a new one
Install a fan in the washroom
Install new lights, and accessories (i.e mirrors, toilet paper dispenser, towel bar)
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