When thinking of adding to your current living space, you need not look any further as the solution readily lies beneath and that is your unfinished basement. A cost-effective project, it can considerably increase the value of your New York home plus a whole set of added benefits for less of the cost and inconveniences. This makes a basement remodeling project a sensible investment whether you are in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, or Long Island.
Make this space inviting by finishing and decorating it like any upstairs room. Choose comfortable furnishings that can be easily rearranged to accommodate a few people or a crowd. Incorporate sound systems, internet connections, and good lighting to make the space functional. It is important to consider code requirements when planning your basement remodeling project. Some of the more common issues to consider are listed below. Please be aware that this is not a comprehensive list.
These are the metal or vinyl bars placed between the panes of insulated glass to add a sense of multiple lites and aesthetics. Some manufacturers charge by the lineal foot and some by the unit as a whole. If priced by the lineal foot expect to pay between $1.50- $3.00 depending on the type of grill ordered. The Total Basement Finishing System offers superior durability over traditional basement finishing materials.
Whether it is a basement bedroom, family room, rec room, wet bar, or home theater, Your basement finishing contractors in Lansing have the expertise and skill to design and create your dreams. We even have architects or structural engineers that we work with if you would like to expand your existing home with additional basement footage or depth. To FUNNY!! Great ideas using everyday objects. Lures and fishing poles as wall art. I say why not? Great Hub!
Your only option for floor heating specifically (not general basement heating) is to install ‘Radiant heating’. Fortunately, this is very easy to do over concrete and quite effective. Unfortunately it’s very expensive, like 5-7k for a 1,000 square foot finished basement area. I actually grew up with a next door neighbor who had a quonset hut for their home. It was somewhat like a tiny mobile home, except it had a dirt floor basement. The only one I’ve ever been in and I haven’t seen another one since. Nice lens, these are interesting! viveresperando, Thank you for stopping back by. I hope you find the dresser you are looking for. I’m sure you can do it on your own.