Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Regina homeowners have planned for their Electrical projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 15 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Regina seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $74,500.00 with a per project average of $4,966.00.
We are renovating our kitchen and need a few outlets put in: one above the stove for a microwave, one for the fridge, and, according to our cabinet installer, we need the current fridge plug converted to a dishwasher plug of 110volts. I sort of assumed it was already 110volts, so I don't know about this.
This would need to be done before the 16th of July when the cabinets are getting put in.
Looking for an estimated cost, and if it could be done with minimal damage to the drywall??
I purchased a house in October with $5400 in cash for improvements through my mortgage (to be released once the job has been completed and inspected). The money is for shingles, but I submitted a high quote to see if it was possible to get a general contractor to do my shingles and potentially electrical panel. I had received quotes for shingles under $3000 (approx 800 sq. Ft house) and was wondering if replacing both the shingles and upgrading electrical panel for around $5400 would be doable. If you are interested in taking this on, I believe I only have until end of May. But I can confirm that. Discussion to follow.
Please let me know.
I have a multi-area job that needs to be done, preferably before the ground freezes.
- 2 main floor windows that need to be replaced
- one basement window replaced with a full size window, which will involve digging down and cutting into the existing cement wall in order to make the bedroom legal
- run electrical to my garage, which would be convenient to do while the basement window is being done.
- dig out the other basement window well and replace it against the side of the house. both existing window wells are not attached to the house, so the wells may need to be replaced or something added to them to attach them to the house.
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