Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Montreal homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 65 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Montreal seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $673,000.00 with a per project average of $10,353.00.
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I want to renovate a wood balcony 12 X 4 feet (48sf). The main support beams are in good condition but the secondaty structure and the flooring must be completely redone. The existing iron handrail will be kept. I plan this job before the winter season.Here are my contacts:
Je souhaite renover une balcon de 12 x 4 pieds (48 pc), les solives sont encore bonnes mais la structure secondaire et le plancher sont abimes ,le garde coprs en fer forge est a conserver (voir photos en attachement J'aimerais avoir une quotation.Je prevois les travaux avant l'arrivee de la neige.
Mes coordonnes sont les suivantes
1880's brick-faced triplex, 3rd floor balcony needs repair including: aesthetic work - ie refastening/replacing of decorative wood elements underneath the balcony, new floor, painting, but more importantly may also need to be re-anchored or solidified.
I will upload a picture of the balcony this week, but in the meantime the closest photo I have is of the front entrance of the building with a 'peek' of the underside of the balcony over the doors.
house built in 1975.....
re-do a powder room that was not done properly last year...replace one wall with gyp 4 x 7,tile the bathroom half-way up the wall, approximately 60 square feet....and re-paint .total bathroom size is 31/2 by 5.
deck: Replace the surface of a 10x10 deck, and replace six steps with either red-cedar of fiberglass, and replace the deck railings with aluminum railings.
I currently have a balcony approx 18 ft long and 3 foot wide that runs along the side of my condo (2nd floor of a triplex). I would like to extend the width by 6-8 foot over what is currently an open paved parking spot. Ideally the deck would be constructed with wood.
Please could you give me an approximate cost for design, materials and labor?
We need to redo our back deck (14 x 18, plus lead in, flower boxes and stairs). Prior to the deck, we would like to fix and paint or recover the stucco on our home extention (which is cracking and the trim is rotting) and improve the drainage in the back of the house to avoid leakage problems in the basement. At the same time it makes sense to review the land use around the perimeter of the extention to see if we can't cover off some muddy areas and generally clean up the appearance.
My name is Tim, we live in Pierrefonds. We recently repaired a crack in our basement. The repairer had to take apart the old deck in order to dig under it. Now the ground is very uneven (sloped toward the house, which means water going toward it) and we need to build a new deck. Can you give us a budgeted estimation, i.e. how much would it cost me to have you build me a new deck in the backyard?
Thank you in advance,
Looking for a company to come in and build a wood deck for a small cafe in Montreal. Very rough measurenments 30 x 30. Built in planters or flower boxes a plus. We are tenants, not owners. Building owner not willing to contribute so budget is limited. Would love to have it up and running before mid May. Knowledge of city permit regulations a plus as we have a retauration license.
The house is a single story, flat roof, brick exterior, 750 sq. ft. built in approximately 1939.
Project Outline for Covered Porch:
Area of porch is 22' 5'' X 5' 6''
1 Remove and haul away existing porch
2 Extend cement pad by 29''
3 Build new porch of wood to be painted at a later time. Must be constructed in a way to fit screen/window frames. (see attached plans and photos)
4 Roof Covering should be of transparent material. (plastic or fibreglass)
I pulled out my old deck thinking I needed to replace only the flooring but the whole decks was completely finished the only thing that is left is the left and the right supports. I am on a budget and I would like to know if it is possible to have a nice safe deck to about 500.00 the size is 16 x 16.
27 ft by 15 ft irregular deck. To be rebuilt now that flat roof has been redone. Guard railings (15 ft by about 20 ft)
around edges. A storage shed of about 6 ft by 4 ft. I am including pictures of the original deck. I would like a good quality wood, please make suggestions. See pictures of original deck.
Old concrete terrace (12 x 8 feet) needs to be expanded (12 x 12) and covered with a new material - probably I will go with composite. The new terrace will require new railings (aluminium). Moreover, it will require a new roof structure (8x12).
The terrace is about three feet above ground. the four concrete steps to the garden will also have to be covered with composite. Moreover, siding will be necessary to cover the space between the ground and the terrace (28 feet length of siding necessary).
Estimates welcome. job is in NDG
I know that the industry has a mandated vacation coming up soon from July 24 to Aug 6 and ideally I would just like to know if any contractors would perhaps be interested in at least looking into the job. I was hoping to get the work done in Sept-Oct, so there is no really big rush or anything.
I have a 2nd story condo, built in 1927 (located in Montreal, Quebec). The front balcony top plywood has deteriorated and needs replacement. Approximate dimensions are 4' by 10'. I'm looking to replace the rotten plywood with fresh plywood, fibreglass or planche galerie (wood).
There are a few pictures included to get a sense of the job, but I welcome anyone who would like to come by and take a look first hand.
Thank you so much!
2nd story condo, built in 1927. The front balcony top plywood has deteriorated and needs replacement. Approximate dimensions are 4' by 10'. I'm looking to replace the rotten plywood with fresh plywood, fibreglass or planche galerie (wood).
There are a few pictures included to get a sense of the job.
If you can do these repairs in September or October, please get in touch to arrange to see it and submit a bid.
We have the flooring of our 2nd floor balcony which needs to be replaced with a fiberglass top and new railing in pressure treated wood to be installed. The size of the balcony is approx. 12' x 8'. We would prefer someone available before the summertime rush. We also have a few repairs to the front door porch before it can be repainted. We will be supplying the materials (except fiberglass top) for the project.
We would like new two front fiber balconies, and new steal stairs to replace the current one. (Please refer to the pictures.)
We would also like adding drains for the front and back of our building. (Please refer to the building size on the picture).
The porch on our 100 yr old house needs to be repaired or replaced; it measures approx 5x12' and currently rests on one wall constructed of rectangular cement blocks. The flooring and the steps are finished, and while there is currently a balcony atop, we would like to eliminate the second floor balcony in favor of a roof. The raiings are made of metal, but we would like a simple wooden porch more in keeping with the age of the house. Our budget is flexible as our aim is a quality product. The project can start at any time through the fall.
We have a 100 year old single family dwelling that needs a front porch and upper front balcony repair or possibly replacement this coming summer or autumn. We're looking for reliable, bonded contractors or companies to submit estimates they can stick to and get the work done. Reasonable, honest clients.
The deck needs to be re-done. The membrane was damaged during the construction of our house 11 years ago. Consequently the frame (wood structure) under the membrane is damaged and needs to be replaced with the membrane and the surface wood to be re-installed. There are stones that need to be taken off along with a railing then put back when the work is completed.
Back 9' x 7' deck to replace 8' x 3', 6" thick deck. Need 36" wide stairs. Deck is roughly 4' high. Original deck is 20+ years old. Include skirt to surround for storage. Prefer cedar (or other durable material) over pressure-treated.
Fence with gate, 5' high, 21' by 26' (only two sides, as third side is shared by neighbor).
Include costs for demolition and removal.
We have an old patio (patio stones on top of earth) that needs to be removed.
We would like to replace the patio with a wooden deck (pressure treated wood).
This new deck needs to be built as close to the ground as possible. It would also need to include a stair case from the deck to the door of our house.
Dimensions of patio to be removed. W=12 ft, L=22 ft, H=1ft of earth.
Dimensions of new deck to be built. W=12 ft, L=22 ft, H=as close to the ground as possible.
We have a ruelle behind our duplex for access to our yard.
Phase 1 = remove old patio prior to August 1st.
Phase 2 = build the wooden deck during the last 2 weeks of August.
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