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Really trustworthy contractor who followed up promptly with advice and information regarding window replacement. Price was very reasonable and installation professional and quick. Highly recommend!
Joanna , Toronto, Ontario
Very happy with the service received, great price, fast, professional.
over 10 years
Replace two corner gardens in the backyard with sod. Will require digging up the current soil and some disposal in order to level with current grass. Guessing about 75-100 sq feet maximum.
I own a 45-year-old detached back split home. Currently, the ventilation of the roof is very poor and I have mold underneath the sheathing. I would need to remove all shingles, remove all plywood on the top floor and perimeter plywood on the lower floor (to see if mold present), remove old insulation or add more blown in cellulose.
I would need proper vents instated such as ventilation max brand, connect the washroom and kitchen hood fan to vent outside the roof. I would also need air baffles installed throughout the perimeter of the roof to allow fresh air intake. I would feel more confident an experienced licensed carpenter perform the plywood and roofing materials installation as per code to avoid warping and damage from high-velocity winds. I would also prefer shingles be installed and nailed for high-velocity winds. I need someone that has a proven track record with references and knowledge of building science.
Downtown Condo is 465 square feet.
Install tile throughout the entire condo, builder is not installing laminate due to our request.
2nd create an accessible bathroom for wheelchair home owner.
Bathroom requires no demolition, condo is new construction and is being left raw for us to finish. We get occupancy April 23rd, looking to select contractor before we leave down south for the winter. Here is the list of bathroom work.
Roughly the bathroom Size - 90 inches long x 60 inches wide (shower roughly 30 inches wide)
Step free shower / tile bottom no acrylic bottom.
Sliding glass doors and Install
Widening door entrance to 42 inches
Move electrical over when door is made larger
Install toilet (supplied by builder)
Install vanity (supplied by builder)
Install grip bars
Install shower knobs
Install sliding barn door (supplied by owner).
Leaving Toronto Dec 4, looking to lock in date and contractor before we leave.