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Offline Roger

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Re: List of Contractors and Vendors
« Reply #45 on: March 17, 2017, 08:58:13 AM »
Seriously everyone here knows how to fix faucet leak by themselves and don't have anyone in mind fro small job like this?  I did check homeadviser and angie's list but the ones have good reviews either have bad reviews when cross check from yelp or do not response at all when we leave them messages.  This is getting frustrated.. >:(

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Re: List of Contractors and Vendors
« Reply #46 on: October 04, 2017, 07:29:08 PM »
Anyone have any recommendations for vendors that do grout sealing? I saw Groutzilla in another thread but the yelp reviews aren't so good. I just need bathrooms and kitchen backsplash done. Rather not do it myself, ain't got time for that diy right now. Also, any idea what I reasonable quote would be? Thanks!

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Re: List of Contractors and Vendors
« Reply #47 on: November 27, 2017, 03:30:27 PM »
what is the going rate of labor for harwood, laminate and tile flooring, and any contacts for the same

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Re: List of Contractors and Vendors
« Reply #48 on: November 27, 2017, 04:09:59 PM »
what is the going rate of labor for harwood, laminate and tile flooring, and any contacts for the same

It's around $3-$4/s.f. for a ballpark figure but there's some variables that can affect the installation cost.   

For hardwood, the quote can includes or excludes the new baseboard or the 1/4 round trim. Also for some more expensive hardwood with higher profit margin, the vendor can charge less for the installation. 

For tiles, installation of the natural stone tile or rectified porcelain tiles with a thinner 1/16" width grout line are going to cost more than the regular non-rectified porcelain tile's 1/8" gout line.  Also for floor tiles at 2nd floor, a cement board is needed, which will added up the cost. 

 

 

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