So you’ve got a basement and have decided that it’s time to turn that space into some kind of livable arrangement. Whatever it was that brought you to that decision is certainly going to drive you into what type of room you are trying to create. Whether it’s a workout room, a bedroom or possibly a new entertaining space that you want to use, you’re going to have to at some point think about the flooring that your going to lay down to make that space useable.
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Be sure you check for legal requirements in your area that may go along with the purpose you choose for your basement. For example, a bedroom may be required to have an egress window in case of fire, and bathroom plumbing will need to be up to code. If you’re interested in planning and pricing for your remodeling project, Finished Basements Plus can help. We would like to offer you a free basement design quote at no obligation. Bring YOUR space from Basement to Beautiful in no time at all!
I see you are in VA. If you don’t mind me asking, where in VA? We will be moving to Bedford, hopefully in the next couple of month. All of the houses have unfinished basements. Wondering if you could recommend any local contractors, especially an electrician. My husband is a plumber, but I will need a good handyman as well and a carpenter. The walls in this basement living area are covered with sheets of maple-veneer plywood with stained poplar boards covering the seams to create an Arts and Crafts look.
Many homes that add that attic bedroom can also increase their curb appeal with the eyebrow window. One eyebrow window goes a long, long way. The great item about the eyebrow window it bridges the gap and usually blends well with many different architectural designs. Thanks Quill, Haha, my brother-in-law has a set mounted under his grill. I will have to remember to ask him how many cans his fish last fish was. Thanks for the laugh! I am glad you liked it. those prices you are quoting are ridiculously low and seem to be geared toward lower end vinyl opposed to the higher end vinyl windows.