Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Regina homeowners have planned for their Windows and Doors projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 23 Windows and Doors projects posted by homeowners in Regina seeking the services of local Windows and Doors Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $229,500.00 with a per project average of $9,978.00.
wanted 2 new windows installed in basement. need to cut thru concrete. wanted windows that are roughly 2 x 4 feet. large enough so people can get out them if necessary. would like project done soon. house was built in 1979 in regina, sk. would like the window wells not to be tin like some of them would like something much more pleasing to the eye
Looking to replace my dining room and kitchen windows. Both windows are the exact same size:
Frame Size: 50-11/16W x 38-7/8H
Tip-to-Tip: 54-3/16w X 42h (Total UI: 96")
Select Casement : (PW - RV)
Tip-to-Tip BrickMould 54-3/16W x 42H
I pulled like to get triple pain but can go double for budget reasons to. Looking for crank but can do sliding for budget as well. I really hope to stay under the 2k for the two. Have lots of other things to do around the house yet.
Older house (1959). I have lived in this home since 1966. In the 70's water flow was an issue during this period, excessive drainage between neighbours house and our residence. was an issue. In the late 70's, the ground level was elevated, the City of Regina placed a drain within the park. Water drainage is no longer a concern. During interior construction in 2007, the entire south well was rebraced and sealed from inside.
Because of the aforementioned ground level raise, the window wells along the south side of house are very deep. Looking to expand the size of window wells. This would involve excavation of soil and new window well installation
Looking for a quote on this job.
We have a bungalow, approximately 35 years old. We are looking for at least double panes. We have 7 windows (3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 living room, and 2 kitchen) and 2 entrances. We would be wanting a heavy door AND a screen door for both. We would be looking for vinyl siding.
We need an exact quote, as the person in charge will not accept ballpark figures. (i.e, no "$12,000 to $15.000" type quotes)
We live in a 1914 Condo (The Bartleman) and need the following repairs for interior windows and door:
- Replace broken ropes: there are 3 windows each with 1 rope missing and 1 with 2 ropes missing. All windows are double hung with standard pulleys.
- Replace sash lift: 1 window is missing a sash lift (it originally had 2).
- Open sash: 1 sash (bathroom window) is painted shut.
- Replace stops (I think that's what they're called): 1 window the stops are chewed up where someone did a rough job of opening a painted shut sash.
- Replace door jamb (casing?): the part of the door jamb that has the strike plates has been chewed up over the years and can hardly hold the strike plates.
I had our family room window replaced and the new window is slightly smaller than the old one. The wall where the window was replaced is wood-panelled. Now the old window trim does not cover as much of the panelling, leaving unsightly marks showing around the top and sides of the window. I need a wider window trim to cover these marks. I estimate the new trim should be approximately three inches wide, and stained (as best possible) to match the existing panelling. The window is approximately 9 feet 11 inches (119") wide and approximately 2 feet 4 inches (28") high. I need trim on the top and sides, but not the bottom.
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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