Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Montreal homeowners have planned for their Plumbing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 30 Plumbing projects posted by homeowners in Montreal seeking the services of local Plumbers. Total estimated value of these projects is $159,500.00 with a per project average of $5,316.00.
The job would be to take down a kitchen cabinet and to add a water line and drain to a wall in order to install eventually a kitchen island adjacent to the wall which will house a dishwasher.
At this stage, I would be looking at only doing the plumbing and electrical work required and would install the cabinet at a later time. However, if you are able to propose a price for this additional step, I am open to your suggestion.
On the picture, the kitchen cabinet to be removed is the one directly facing the camera. Thus, the plumbing work would probably run from the kitchen sink to the end of the wall. We're talking a few feet at most.
Need urgent help installing dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, and new water supply to new fridge (for ice maker /water dispenser). All appliances are new and brand Samsung.
I have the appliances in house and would appreciate anyone who could come on as short notice as possible. Any time this weekend would be great. If not at your first available appointment.
Please contact me with your quotation.
We have a 5x7m insulated atelier in our backyard that is heated and we would like to install hot water and a toilet in it. Ideally, a small bathroom with a shower included. We are open to the idea of composting toilets and water tanks as opposed to a draining toilet system. We would like this to be completed as soon as possible to be prepared for winter.
I have a small house with a crawl space basement I bought 4 months ago. There is water infiltration in the basement and I don't know where it's coming from. The previous owners added a sum-pump 1 year ago but I don't think it's working that well. I need a free estimation on where the water is coming from and what needs to be repaired.
This job involves installing plumbing for a new bathroom and kitchen. The space is an old industrial workshop/loft - brick, exposed pipes etc. The main drain is accessible about 20 feet from the proposed site of the bathroom. We plan to build the bathroom on a platform so that the pipes can be sloped to reach the main drain, which is accessible without going through the wood flooring. The kitchen, bathroom and main drain are all in a straight line. There is an internal brick wall between the bathroom and the main drain which would need to be traversed. The bathroom requires toilet, tub and sink. The kitchen: sink only. We have a general contractor who could build the platform and install fixtures, but we need a licensed plumber to run the lines.
We're looking for a plumber who is willing to do a site visit and provide a free estimate.
I am looking for a plumber to replace the coupler on an Armstrong S25 (B&G Series 100) circulating pump used on my home heating system. I am also looking for a price to replace the entire pump, which is about 20 years old. I would appreciate, if possible, 2 quotes - (1) to replace the coupler and (2) to replace the entire pump.
I have many small repairs to be done and I would like an estimate. I will provide the materials. Here are the lists of repairs:
1) My kitchen sink is clogged and I tried to use the plunger but it still doesn't work. The plastic pipe under it most probably needs to be replaced.
2) I need to install a new toilet in my house as the old one doesn't work any longer.
3) I need to install a new range hood for my kitchen
4) 3 electrical outlets don't work. My electrical system is the old fuse system.
Let me know the price you would charge for all of this.
Recently had to have my sump pump replaced (done). Now looking to add a backup sump pump incase of power failure. What would you use, how would you connect it and what would you charge? Primary pump is rigid 1/2 horsepower. Old house in little Italy/mile-ex area of montreal. House is built low and I'm told I will always need a pump. Pump is in centre of crawl space. Floor is cement and about 5"5 clearance. Also want clean set up. Basically I don't want to worry about water in my crawl space again. Would like to be able store things there safely and be assured that it's healthy.
Currently the washer and dryer are in the kitchen as separate units on opposite walls. With plumbing on the inside wall of the kitchen and air vent for the dryer on the outside wall. We need to move the units to be stackable either in the kitchen, bathroom or closet and are unsure of the possibilities and options for the plumbing and venting systems
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