Do you need extra space in your home or have a basement that is not being used to its full potential? Basement remodeling will add permanent value and functionality to your home. Whether your basement is unfinished, partially finished or completely finished, our team will design, build and complete your project successfully. A basement renovation is an excellent way to add more floor space to your home without having to do any exterior additions to your home. Having a basement that “flows” together with the rest of your home can allow your family to have more room to spend time together while providing many other benefits. Anything from game room areas to home theaters, a remodeled basement can become one of the most fun-filled areas of the entire house!
5 Reasons to Renovate Your Basement
1 Gives You More Living Space
Have you ever felt like you needed more room to spread out? Whether more people are living in the home or members of the household need more privacy, it’s never a bad thing to add extra living space. A finished basement is a great way to accomplish this, as this project can add 1,000 square feet or more of new living space to your home. Once complete, you can use this newly renovated space in a variety of ways for you, your family, and your guests.
2 Helps You Get Organized
Unfinished basements often become dumping grounds for boxes, tools, and other various items. One way to de-clutter this space is with a finished basement. During the planning and design process, you have the option to incorporate new shelving, closets, and storage rooms into the finished product. A finished basement helps create new dedicated spaces for miscellaneous items while maintaining a cleaner, more organized appearance.
3 Creates a Versatile Space
With a finished basement project, you have a blank slate with which to create the room you’ve always wanted for your home. This newly renovated space can be used in several different ways. Some popular uses include, game room, entertainment room, guest room, hobby/craft room, home office, and in-home gym. A finished basement can be virtually anything you want it to be.
4 Saves on Energy Costs
In several cases, unfinished basements lack proper insulation and contain air leaks. These issues may result in lost heat for the home and increased energy bills. A finished basement (with adequate insulation and energy efficient windows) will help create a stable, comfortable environment throughout your home without extra effort from your HVAC system. This project may cut down on monthly energy bills and amount to significant savings over time.
5 Increases the Value of Your Home
If resale is a possibility in your future, you are likely interested in increasing the overall value of your home. Strategic renovation projects, such as a finished basement, are a great way to accomplish this goal. There is almost as much demand for finished basements as there is for homes with modern kitchens and bathrooms. Finishing your basement may result in a return on investment of more than 100%. Ultimately, it is a highly versatile space that can provide many advantages for you and your family.