Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Saskatoon homeowners have planned for their General Contracting projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 96 General Contracting projects posted by homeowners in Saskatoon seeking the services of local General Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $6,291,500.00 with a per project average of $65,536.00.
Looking to lay vinyl flooring on main lever of approx 820 sq ft. Would like 1/4 inch plywood underlay installed prior.
22 sq ft of kitchen back splash to install
2 bathroom renovation including tub/shower walls plus tile baseboards etc. Total surface area approx 300 sq ft. Approx 25 linear feet of tile baseboard.
I am building a hobby shop on my acreage 15 min. south of Saskatoon. It will be 40'x30'x14' high. The concrete (grade beam) is done. 16'x10' overhead door, 36' man door, 4 windows (30"x40"), 2"x6" stud framing, 4:12 pitch rafters with no overhang, white metal siding over strapping with brown trim, brown metal roof. I basically need the shell put up and I will finish the rest at my convenience. My original builder now does not have time to do it this year and I would prefer it done before winter.
We are moving into a house next month. I has a finished basement, with an L shaped family room. We want to add a sound insulated wall at the base of the L, to make an extra den/bedroom. Would like to have the work done around May 21/22. The wall is 10 to 12 feet long. (Sorry, we haven't taken possession yet). There is carpet on the floor and an older style of suspended ceiling.
We have just recently had some plans prepared locally by Architects and can share them with you now. However, we understand that we do have to make further desicions, for example about the layout of our remodeled kitchen. If we send you the blue prints, would you be able to tell us specifically what further information you require.
We are looking for a general contractor who can manage a vacant apartment building renovation.
This 15,300 square foot building has been vacant for over a year and will need a substantial amount of work. The building will be rented out again and due to it's location a mid-grade quality level of finishings is sufficient.
Scope of work includes:
- Some demo of existing flooring and kitchen cabinets where needed. Most of the building has already been demo'd.
- Insulation and drywall to approx. 6 of the units, with drywall repair to the rest
- Carpet and lino flooring throughout
- Paint throughout
- Some plumbing fixtures replaced and others reset
- New light fixtures installed
- Boiler and registers repaired and replaced where necessary
- Electrical seems to be satisfactory but may need some upgrades
- All windows will be replaced with a double pane
- Other miscellaneous items
The roof has been recently replaced.
We have recently added a sport court to our yard and taken out paving stones, concrete, etc.
We are in need of a new fence as well as sprinkler repairs, Leveling, sod and some crushed rocks for one area of our yard. We are in Sutherland in Saskatoon.
1350 Square foot Basement Development with large bedroom, small bar, stone natural gas fireplace. Already wired and insulated. Needs framing and on. Also want complete professional finishing done i.e. trim ectera. Also may be interested in someone to insulate, drywall and paint Garage, double.
We want timely contractors that do good quality work and professional finishing.
I have purchased a home in Saskatoon and plan on moving in in July 2013, and would like construction to be complete prior to move in. There is a bathroom in basement but it only has sink and toilet in it, and I would like to put a shower as well. The bedroom that is adjacent to it has the plumbing for the shower in the closet of that room, so it would require a wall knockout and redesign of the bathroom. Therefore - I would need a closet in that room - the room that is on the other side of this bedroom is a large storage room with the HVAC in it. I would like to knock part of this wall out and create a closet that can be accessed from both bedrooms, as I want the storage room turned into a bedroom. There is a window in this room, so it would be a legal bedroom. My thought was to create a separate area for the HVAC out of this space which would be accessed from the laundry room which is adjacent to the storage room - door already there. There is no floor covering in the laundry room, so would be placing lino there, and lino in new bathroom and laminate flooring in the new and renovated bedrooms. All bathroom fixtures would be new, closet doors being the white panel type.
If possible and allowed by building code, I thought a pocket door could be used to access the HVAC room. The new bedroom would require a door for entry from the hallway across from the bathroom or in that area. The existing bedroom is approx. 16.4' x 12.4' with a 3' x 6' area of that in closet. The plumbing in the floor in that closet is 12.5" from wall.(for the shower) The storage room 13,4' x 14,9' and approx. 10,6' to the furnace from the 14,9' measurement. The new bedroom would require the drop ceiling as well because it is not done. I would like to do the painting if possible. The house is a bilevel and was built in 1979, and is in very good condition. The remainder of the basement is done.
It is in Lawson Heights area in Saskatoon, does not have back alley access, but long wide driveway leading to garage in back. I currently live in Alberta, and am only moving in July because my daughter is in her last year of school here and will be going to school in Saskatoon. My husband recently passed away, so I am moving to the city so that she can live at home to cut costs, not to mention I am originally from Saskatchewan, and it is time to go home!!! This bathroom and bedroom reno is for her, and the other bedroom for another daughter. I want it to be good quality and workmanship. I also have a bathroom upstairs off of the masterbedroom that will need a new sink and vanity and shower. The shower area is now tiled and there is a wall between the sink and shower area. I am thinking of a glass block wall, depending on cost and glass block shower. The wall dividing the two is 53" in depth, and shower area is 31".
Finish the basement in a townhouse. It is approx 700 sq st. It is brand new and no one has lived in it to date.
I am taking possession on Sept 12 and moving out of my existing home on Sept 21. I want the basement done prior to that date. I am needing a bedroom/den, family room and bathroom done.
I need this quote before Friday am Aug 17th so I would require someone to meet me there very soon.
My partner and I really need some advice on what to do with out basement. We have an older home located in North Park. Part of the basement was dug out (about 20x20 feet), and has cement shelves on either side for support. There's an additional space about the same size that looks like it used to be part of the dirt basement, but we've been considering digging it out. There's no teleposts in the basement, and we're wondering if the house is sagging, and want to know our options for what we could do with the basement - dig it out, just seal it, lift the whole house, or just leave it alone. We realize this will take some time and are willing to hire for the advice. We do not know when we will begin the project. We are in the middle of a renovation but want to plan ahead so we know our basement options. Not sure if you can help us, but if so we'd love to hear from you. We really don't know how to begin. Thanks.
I have a large Furnace room/ Laundry room/ Storage room. I would like to Build a wall to separate the Furnace/water heater/ laundry from the other section to be used as a new kitchen. The length of the wall to be built is about 9 feet long. In the kitchen area, there is already plumbing there for the Laundry sink which we would like to switch over to a kitchen sink. The 220 Electrical is present but needs another outlet for the Stove plus some electrical outlets. I am considering buying some cabinets from Home Hardware with a sink & counter top. I wouldn't mind a quote for setting up the whole kitchen & a breakdown of individual costs to see if I will do some work to save a hundred here or there. The length I have remaining for the Fridge, Stove, Sink & counter will be about 9 feet. The Stove I bought is a 24" to save room.
Project #2 involves knocking down a wall and possibly building another (aprox 8 feet).
project #3 Last but not least, I need an indoor door installed but will need some wood work to be built above as it is in open space now.
The house is an 886 sq foot house that was built in 1956. The basment has been gutted and new concrete and new plumbing has all been roughed in. Most framing and electrical has been done as well. Looking to suite this basement and install a kitchen and bathroom. Finishing must be durable for renters.
We have an 800 square foot basement that needs to be converted into a basement apartment. This will require converting an existing laundry room into a four piece bathroom and adding a very small kitchen. Flooring (likely carpet because of small children) will need to be replaced throughout the entire space and we are hoping to have recessed pot lighting added. The walls may require extra insulation and we'd like to make some, if not all, of the ceiling more sound proof. We are hoping to add new windows and a gas fireplace but this will all depend on budget. Aside from the bathroom, we would like to make some modifications to make the space appear more open and we are hoping for better storage also.
The basement was renovated about 25 years ago and is about 75% developed. The laundry is only semi developed. It seems to be in good condition. The house was built in 1951.
Basement needs repair due to water seeping through and renovate. We have a balcony over a veranda that runs from the front of the house to the side, this spring during thaw is now leaking. Frontroom bay window needs replacing. Also may need shingles and also eaves repaired or replaced. The house was build in 1929 and remodeled/updated in 1970 with a added two story section. We have started to do some renovations, but are working and it moving slowly. Most important to get done is basement and balcony.
We are putting in a basement (in-law) suite. Very small (approx. 350-400 sq. ft). We will need plumbing, toilet, sink, bathtub, kitchen sink, sub-floor.... I am envisioning the kitchen and living room as one room; and a small bedroom, and a small bathroom. The foundation is fairly ok, but will need to be re-insulated and drywalled. Also sound proofing in ceiling is needed. Most of the finishing (ie, floor covering, painting, baseboards) we will do ourselves.
I am comparing quotes.
Please let me know if you need more info. for quote.
New modified bi-level home in Evergreen with unfinished basement. Seeking basement development into rental suite. Approximately 1100 square feet with existing separate entryway into basement. Require kitchen, bathroom, 2 bedrooms and living room with finishings similar to those in the upstairs portion of the home.
The House is a total of 1356 square ft. and was built in 67. the structure of the house is in good condition but you would never know it. The Kitchen and bathroom DEFINITELY need to be redone along with the living space and the basement that aren't that bad but really outdated. For the kitchen, 220 square ft. We would like to have granite countertops and stainless steel appliances the floor to be hardwood.
The bathroom, 6x10 or 60 square ft. to have a peaceful bathing area and washroom
The Basement 20x16 ft.to have a nice lounge area and office space.
Here is a description of my bathroom:
- 6 ft wide by 11 ft long
- Walls and ceiling are covered in cedar panelling, so drywalling and painting would be required.
- Outdated tub, green and white tile, sink, and fluorescent light fixture. Vanity must go as well.
- Ceiling fan doesn't work.
- The toilet is okay, but I don't think it's low flush.
- Basically, it would be a complete renovation.
- There is also a wall between the toilet and the vanity (covered in cedar) that I would like to see come down as I don't think it's necessary.
I would like an estimate on how much this would cost in terms of labour and the estimated time frame for doing the job. As well, I would appreciate an estimate on a typical price for a tub, sink and vanity and other materials, if they are quality, but not high-end.
I would like this job to get done asap.
I have two bathrooms on the main level and would like to combine them into one large bathroom. New tub, vanity, mirrors, towel closet, etc would be needed. New flooring and painting.
Fence - larger, new gate needed to be built
Front enterance changes - open to suggestions.
Just purchased a property.
The buidling size is 4300 sq/ft.
We would like to convert the property to 2 retail bays of approxmiately 2150 sq/ft each bay.
One bay would be for my print franchisee and one would be leased out to another business.
Can you get me a price quote on construction drawings and renderings , then a quote for the actual construction.
Lets start with the quote for the drawings first.
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