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The contractor was incredible. He was there everyday, worked full days and got the job done in a timely manner. He did a beautiful job and we are very pleased with all that he did. He took a very bad situation and made it beautiful, exactly what was wanted. I couldn't have asked for better. Thank you Brian.
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Julie, Hudson Heights, QC
I am very satisfied with the service provided the contractor. I am an owner of several apartment buildings and have dealt with numerous service suppliers including plumbers. This contractor is one of those suppliers that one wants to keep as partner: they are responsive, diligent, price reasonable and understand the pros and cons of the rental business. I would definitely use them when need it and recommend them when ask to. Thank you!
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Installation of pre-build vanity to install in our basement bathroom (removal of existing vanity)
Please note - vanity should slip in as space is 36.5inches but may need to be framed (have a lot of framing wood) since there will be a gap, also plumbing comes from the floor not from the wall so vanity may need to be moved forward slightly - there are 4 inches to play with. Cut a butcher block counter (already purchased) into shelves for exposed cupboard shelves
- Installation of a sink cabinet with 2 drawers. Please note, plumbing comes out of the floor and cannot be moved into the wall (would be great if you could build a box around existing plumbing so not exposed)
- Moving shower head up 3-4 inches. Please note, the shower head is on drywall and plumbing is accessible from a wall behind (we have replacement drywall as needed)
- Ceramic floor installation. Tiles already purchased (tiny and lighter in color)
- Please note, the entire bathroom may be 4ft by 6ft (it is tiny!)
- Sliding door installation/removal of existing door and replacement - will have to frame the inside (we have the wood)
Installation of 2 doors upstairs (doors are purchased and in our home)
We can purchase all materials needed prior to start of work.
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.
- My bathroom is approx. 6.5' x 6.5'
- Looking to do a full gut (new bath, floor, vanity etc...)
- Not looking to move any plumbing points
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