Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Regina homeowners have planned for their Home Addition projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 18 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Regina seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,490,000.00 with a per project average of $82,777.00.
We are interested in a home addition to our 1000 sq/ft early 1960s home in urban Saskatchewan. A 20x40 addition to the front of our home (no basement on addition): would contain 4 bedrooms, small living room and foyer. Front door, bay window, 3 bedroom windows and one new window position on previous home. We would require concrete, framing, windows/door, electrical and heating. Possible roofing. Exterior and interior finishes would be independent to this quote. Home has been inspected by engineers and is able to support this addition. Three basement walls have new supports due to large cracks and shifting.
1940's 1.5 storey war time house w/ enclosed deck and small extension off back of house, no basement. Would like to make house a full 2 storey and extend off the back of the house. Would also like to make the enclosed deck a permanent part of the house. Would like to upgrade plumbing, electrical and heating/duct work. Would like to add a 2 nd bathroom upstairs and expand the size of the bathroom on the main level. Hoping to add a third bedroom and walkin closet to the upstairs. Would need new windows, siding and shingles.
Low income family with two handicapped children require two bedrooms, a addition add on to a one bedroom house. The house was built in i believe 1969 and is approximately 600 sq feet and completely square structure with a gable roof . The back of the house has a sloped downward roof for about 12 feet .The add on we are seeking is and would be the width of the house approx .16 feet wide and about 22 to 24 feet out completely square. This would include the 12 feet of slanted roof to be removed or added onto to make it square and 22 or 24 feet out x 16 feet across , so what is required is about a 16x22 or 24 foot square addition on the back of the house with maybe a second floor or a basement for this structure not sure yet.
Please help us if you can.
Dave and Family ...
We currently live in a 1979 raised Bungalow. We would like to expand our house apprx 12-16ft. This would mean the kitchen would be enlarged and also a bedroom (might make it a separate room). We don't want to expand the basement.
Would like to hear from contractors and if any are interested we can show them more.
My home was built in 1955. I am the second owner. It is a two bedroom 750 sq ft house with a semi private suite in the bsmt. Two bathrooms, one up one down. Selling my home at this point is not an option and it is too small. So an addition is currently an option. The bedroom would be added to the back of my home. I do have a large back yard allowing ample room to build the addition. A hallway would need to be added to the side of my house in order to get to the bedroom but it would not be a full hallway. Included in the hallway I would need a closet with shelves. I would like a half bath in the bedroom as well. The bedroom would be approx 20 ft long and 12 ft wide. It would be built beside my deck and would therefore require a french door to get to the deck from the bedroom. Where I want the bathroom is close to the house, close to the plumbing. Building this addition will allow me to open up the rest of my home, by taking down a couple of walls. This will also allow me to lengthen my kitchen area somewhat. I would like some advice from professional contractors and an approximate price.
I currently live in a 850 sq ft bungalow with no basment, the house is built on cindercrete blocks and only has a crawl space. Ideally I would like to add two floors up equally 1700 square feet as an addition. I need to know what is possible to do without pooring a basment or piles.. at the very minimum i would like to add a 1/2 floor, i just need to know my possibilites and as well the cost.
Thank you - Krista
1961 3 level split. main floor kitchen/dining room extension project which includes a main floor laundry, half bath and mud room. will be looking for replacement kitchen cupboards, island and re-gyprocing the entire main floor ceiling.We want concrete crawl space floor and piles with engineers and architect involvement. Also insulating and siding the exterior. spring start up as time frame. Must be willing to work with capable handyman owner to reduce costs where possible (finishing work like trim, painting demolition, general labourer/framer)
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