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Project Description: (second floor)
• Remove existing tiles
• Disconnect the plumbing
• Remove current bathtub
• Remove current vanity
• Dispose garbage
• Supply and install drywall, mud and tape where needed
• Install new shower enclosure supplied by the homeowner
• Supply and install cement board for the shower
• Supply and install the needed plumbing
• Supply and install pot light in the shower
• Install vanity light supplied by the homeowner
• Install wall tiles for shower supplied by the homeowner
• Install faucets, vanity
• Install floor tile supplied by the homeowner
• Supply and Install quarter round
Remove vanity in master bathroom and install the new double sink
vanity supplied by the homeowner
We have a mostly finished basement which needs to be renovated into a separated apartment with a kitchenette. The total basement area for Reno is approximately 520 square feet. The Reno would include the following:
- All floors converted into either a laminate or carpet flooring option
- Finishing the cellar room (110 sq feet) (building a wall around the furnace unit)
- Extending the bathroom to fit a standing shower option (currently only vanity and toilet can fit)
- Remove a door and finish the wall from one side (living room to cellar)
- Create a new doorway from cellar wall to bedroom
- Breakdown one wall down from the living room to the stairs
- Encasing the stairway (building a wall and a doorway to separate the basement from the top)
- Replacing the ceiling and painting the living room
- Getting the corner of the living room kitchenette ready (sink, Fridge, Stove, counter, exhaust)
We are aiming to get this work finished by mid May this year.
I currently have an older 5/4 x 4" tongue and groove pine front balcony on the lower half of a duplex. The balcony is approx. 3' high and is 6' x 20' with two 4' sets of stairs (3 steps) and aluminum skirting.
I would like to have the decking and stairs replaced (wood or composite). Some of the supporting framework boards are in poor condition and would have to be replaced and some post work would also have to be done.