Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Saskatoon homeowners have planned for their Bathroom Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 50 Bathroom Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Saskatoon seeking the services of local Bathroom Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $843,000.00 with a per project average of $16,860.00.
I have approx. 800 square foot basement I want to renovate. We have started 2 bedrooms & a laundry room but need to get permits and plans completed to continue. When completed we would like 2 bedrooms, family room, laundry room, 2nd bathroom with shower and under stairs storage. We are a family of 6 and I run a daycare out of my home so space and time for reno is critical. We are willing to do as much of the project as possible to keep cost down.
appx 150-200 sqft. In established home. Upstairs bathroom. appx 45 years old. We believe behind the tiles on all 3 walls of bath/ shower area is completely rotted. Having some leakage in basement where pipe comes out of bathtub drain. There is a window on one of the 3 walls as well that would probably need to be replaced. Dont want to replace the tub if not necessary. So looking at some plumbing, re-building of walls, electrical, window and ventilation ( which currently does not exsist).
Our basement bathroom has some floor heaving right beside the toilet. We had the toilet resealed and waxed yesterday which appears to have stopped the leaking. My concern is that the toilet is no longer flush to the floor due to the heaving.
We would like to get the the wood subfloor near the toilet replaced, replace the toilet and re-lino the floor. The bathroom is quite small and the floor area in question is only about 3' x 4'. The entire floor area requiring re-linoing would be larger but maybe double that area.
I have a century-old 1.5 storey house with a small bathroom upstairs under a sloped ceiling.
1. replace window (or install glass blocks?)
2. Finish walls/ceiling; some tiling
3. replace vanity and taps (have these already)
4. remove flooring, incl. subfloor -- will go down to orig floor if useable; otherwise new subfloor/flooring
5. Install a ventilating fan through a ceiling opening made for the orig. plumbing stack
6. Disguise or improve look of the more recent stack that is outside the wall.
7. Install new hardware on bathtub.
8. Install new toilet, medicine cabinet, lighting fixture.
I would like to have this done in a short space of time because this is our only proper bathroom. I have made many purchases already and would love to finish this project soon.
I have a basement bathroom, approximately 5 feet by 8 feet, with a stall shower. I need to have a fan put in this bathroom for air circulation (as there is no window), the walls re-drywalled, taped and mudded, the flooring tiled and shower tiled, and a new toilet and vanity. I am looking for an online estimate only please.
I need both my upstairs and downstairs washrooms finished. the upstairs has a tub and toliet installed, there is wonderboard on the walls which i believe needs some work the tile that was on the floor has since peeled up and needs to be replaced the tub area needs to be tiled, the bathroom itself is only 5 x 6 or so. The downstairs bathroom has been gutted and has been framed back in however that is where it stands at the moment. If there is anyone out there that can get this done promptly that would be fantastic!
I would like to renovate our 1965 Bungalow. Sorry not sure what the square feet would be for the bathroom.
I am interested in getting a new tub and surround put in asap. I was hoping to get a one piece put in and possibly a new vanity.
I do not want to spend too much so nothing too fancy.
I need two new toilets installed aswell.
Thank you very much.
**I am looking at estimates for all of these**
I have one small bathroom in my 50 year old home. Approximately 7x8. I recently put in a new toilet and discovered that the floor underneath had rotted. I'm sure the floor under the tub is also as there are signs of water damage. As well as repairing any damage done to the floors and walls, I'm looking to have the bath and sink and vanity replaced. In other words, a complete bathroom overhaul.
We have bought the materials for our bathroom renovation all except the tub. The house was built in 1963. We are not sure of the square footage. The floor needs to be done and the walls. The toilet is leaking and the tub really needs to be replaced. We are also redoing the downstairs bathroom. We have everything for that project as well.
We really need help.
River Heights 1974 house requires bathroom renovation on main level. Jacuzzi tub and/or toilet leaks, ceiling in basement bathroom to be replaced. Remove tub and tub surround, replace damaged walls and floors, install new tub, tub surround and glass doors. New vanity and sink. Tile flooring. Open to design ideas.
Need to replace bathtub, bathtub kit, some wall/gyproc damage may exist behind wall kit not sure; plaster/ tape/ sand ceiling as popcorn ceiling has been scraped off, replace vent fan and vent outside. We can paint. Want a tub/shower 3 piece unit (tired of my bad caulking), can use existing taps, or new.
Have ceramic tile floor, open to replacing toilet as well for efficiency, but not totally needed.
If interested in providing a free estimate please email to arrange for a call from me to setup a time.
Need new shower installed in a basement bathroom. Need old drywall with mildew and black mold removed. Floor moldings removed. Shower removed. New shower installed. Mildew resistant dry wall installed and finished in surrounding area and ceiling. Sub-floor build and installed as floor is uneven. New linoleum floor installed. New shower head, tap and mixer installed. New floor Moldings installed and paint entire area. Please notify by email in you are willing to come out and do a free quote.
My wife and I own a condo that was planned to have two bathrooms. The original owner decided to have only one bathroom installed and where the 2nd bathroom was supposed to be is now a large laundry room. We would like to install bathroom fixtures, i.e. a bathtub or a shower, a vanity and a toilet, in the laundry and turn it into a bathroom-and-laundry. FYI, our condo unit is at the highest floor.
I live in a 10 year old town house, and the bathtub was leaking from the top floor. It was leaking enough that it leaked into the bathroom below. It has a tiled floorin the bathroom, and the sub floor was swollen enough from the leak that it caused 2 of the tiles beside the tub to crake. Whatever damage that the water caused to the sub floor would have to be fixed. The tub is now fixed, but need to have the floor repaired.
Small main bathroom on 2nd floor of 85 year-old character home. We would like to create more space by knocking part of a wall down into an unused closet. Proper ventilation is also needed, as currently there is no fan and thus moisture build up. We would like to create a relaxation tub/shower area in our limited space and update the look with new toilet, sink and tub
Complete Bathroom remodel, remove shower and add in new tiled, glass shower, with plumbing needing to be moved. Remove tile on floor and tub frame. Install in floor heating and new tile. (Tile already purchased) Install new countertops and undermount sinks (dual vanity) Remove vanity mirror and install new mirrors (already purchased) Paint unnecessary as we can do ourselves as each stage is ready.
3/4 Ensuite renovation of a 1979 constructed bilevel: new drywall, additional layer of subfloor, retro plumbing for replacement shower, replace shower (shower base and 2 glass walls/door), surround shower on 2 walls with tile or other), replace toilet, connect new vanity. Demo is mostly done. Room size approximately 4'6"x7'8".
Floor covering (click bathroom tiles), painting and electrical fixtures optional.
Products are purchased. We are living in the home and work full-time.
Our basement bathroom was torn out and redone in 2007. The work was of very poor quality and we now have to renovate again.
1) rusted shower, screws missing that were not put in by contractor
2) leaks in wall adjoining toilet and shower (black mould on baseboard)
3) leak on wall abutting shower (black mould on baseboard)
4) leak from upstairs (now fixed) that stained some dropped ceiling tiles.
The toilet and sink are fine. I am interested in the option of a custom shower to increase the footprint of the shower which is (by necessity) limited to a very small space. Tile and a rolling door might be possible (budget).
Our home was built in the mid 70's. Our master bedroom is continuous with the ensuite sink, and the bath tub and toilet is enclosed by a sliding door and is a very small space.
I would like to have the two spaces re-designed to include a completely separate ensuite. As the entire space is carpeted (including the area with toilet and bath), the flooring would have to be redone as well.
We are moving into a house with no bathtub on July 6th/12. The bathroom is 1955 style. We just want a tub to fit in as we are not doing the downstairs in the near future. The upstairs is modern and this fall we have plans to add 5 pc.master ensuite to our bedroom.
Please send a quote for the bathtub installation and supplies. I was thinking a free standing tub would be best. The space for tub is 6 1/2 ft L X over 3 1/2ft W. The hall going down stairs is extra wide. The door frame into the bathroom is the standard size. I am not that fussy about the tub. Please let me know what size and style you think would work and all costs.
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