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Basements are the most ignored part of a house. They are damp, dark, unpleasant storage places to hide unwanted things and old, broken furniture. But, you can renovate the basement and make it the pride of your home. We will provide you with a finished basement and enable you to create an extended living space in your home.

Now that you’ve decided to go ahead and remodel your basement, you might be wondering where to start. First, you’ll need to decide how you want to use the space itself. Will it be a multifunctional space that includes a kitchen, a full bathroom, and a private bedroom space? Or do you want an open concept entertainment area for the whole family? If you need a quiet office space for full-time work, your needs will be different from families who want to turn their finished basement into a kid-friendly play area.

  • The two main benefits of finishing a basement are to add usable space and to add value to your home.
  • You can choose to include an additional bedroom or add an extra bedroom for guests or family members
  • Turn the basement into a playroom or entertaining space
  • Make room for a fitness area or home office
  • Transform the space into an in-law suite or rental income property
  • Install a laundry room or additional storage; or opt for an alternative to a home addition.
  • Add a fireplace

With all of these possibilities, it’s no surprise that a finished basement holds a lot of value for both current owners and potential buyers.

Once you determine how the space needs to function, you can then assess what elements you want to include — and what you absolutely have to have. These may include components that are totally brand new, as well as fixtures that may already exist but are in dire need of an upgrade. Here are some elements your finished basement will most likely need:


We’re not talking just floor or table lamps here. Built-in lighting is a must in an underground space. Even if you incorporate natural light (more on that shortly), you should consider adding light fixtures. Track lighting can be effective, but recessed lighting is considered to be ideal for basements with lower ceilings. To avoid creating corner shadows (and thus, the illusion of an even lower ceiling), place recessed lights approximately three feet away from the walls.


A windowless basement can feel dark and drab, even with light fixtures. An egress window is a must for most finished basements. Not only will it allow more light to come in, but it’s also required by most city building codes as an emergency exit route. Hopper windows, awning windows, picture windows, and sliding windows are all commonly used in basement renovations.


Your unfinished basement most likely has a concrete floor. Though you can easily paint concrete, this option feels rather cold and doesn’t provide the highest level of safety. Carpeting can be an affordable and comfortable option.


Installing proper insulation will allow you to control the temperature, minimize water damage, and reduce your energy consumption. In fact, good insulation can decrease the cost of heating and cooling your home by over 40%. You can add insulation to interior and/or exterior outside walls, as well as the ceiling.


If you plan to include a bathroom, working kitchen, or laundry room in your renovation, you’re going to have to add plumbing. Adding plumbing below-ground can be a bit more complex, depending on how your home’s sewage pipes run. You may require an up-flushing system or a sewage-ejector system if your existing pipe system runs above your basement.


Don’t forget that over 98% of homes with basements will experience some type of water damage at some point — so you literally cannot afford to skip this step.


Whether you’re going to be using your newly remodeled basement as extra living quarters, a place to entertain, or a spot for rest and relaxation, this area of your home can also provide additional storage space your family so badly needs. You can easily incorporate clever storage options into a craft room, a playroom, a mud room, or your home theater. Don’t be afraid to get creative in order to make good use of your available space.

Furniture and Decor

Choosing your decor and furniture allows you to put your own personal stamp on the space and truly add function for your family. Unless you’re installing a home theater or wet bar, you’ll probably want to steer away from top-of-the-line furniture and decor. You can still make your basement look amazing without spending a fortune. Focus the bulk of your budget on multi-use furniture, a comfortable sofa, electronics, and personal touches.

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