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Basement Finishing Parker CO
Finishing the basement of your home is one remodeling project that holds the most potential to truly transform you house. When done correctly, remodeling your basement can double the available living space in your home. That is why it is especially important to find the right basement finishing parker co expert to help you through your project.
Basement remodeling and finishing projects also bring a higher ROI when you choose to sell your house. Many homeowners can recoup 70-80 % or more of the cost back upon sale.
Insulation is an important consideration that not only can improve your home’s energy efficiency but will also increase the overall value of your home. Here at Basement Remodeling Parker CO, we have been using spray foam insulation for most of our basement remodels and have been getting great results.
Because of all the available space in most basements, there are several choices offered to property owners who wish to turn these typically unused areas of their house, into a more gorgeous and functional living space for their family.
When it comes to a basement rental suite, you could even turn your basement into an extra source of income.
Typically, basement finishing parker co projects are much more cost effective than a traditional home additions since many basements will not require any exterior construction, aside from a possible window installation. Your basement may currently have plumbing and electrical systems in place, which is another factor that can help keep the costs down.
At Basement Remodeling Parker CO, basement remodeling is a cornerstone of our business and something our knowledgeable team takes pride in. Whether you reside in Parker, Colorado or anywhere near this area, you have access to our high-quality remodeling services.
There are many design directions we could go with for your basement such as including a home gym, extra kitchen area or bathroom, living room or playroom, and we can even include windows and proper lighting to brighten all of it up. We will work with you to create and construct a basement that fits your family’s needs.
We begin using conventional construction, wood framing, insulation and drywall. Our team of experienced electricians, plumbers and HVAC experts begin the rough in work that needs to be completed before the sheet rock is hung.
After the sheetrock is hung, mudded and textured, your basement starts to take shape. Then we add paint, doors and trim, finish all the electrical and plumbing trim work.
After about eight weeks you have a finished basement! Instead of an empty place downstairs you have a wonderful addition to your home that is cost effective and a pleasure to live in.
Wall panels. Available with or without integral rigid foam insulation, our wall panels feature a textured vinyl surface that repels water and moisture, resists mold, and cleans easily.
Insulation. Unlike fiberglass batt insulation, our rigid foam basement insulation won’t absorb moisture, compress, lose R-value, fall out of place or attract mold. It’s the best way to make your basement more comfortable and more energy efficient.
Molding & trim. Our solid vinyl molding eliminates any worries about peeling paint, mold and moisture damage.
Floor matting. Made from waterproof, high-strength plastic, these interlocking floor tiles are the perfect underlayment for carpeting or sheet vinyl.
Flooring. Our flooring is available in tile and plank form, always with a plastic base that will not support mold growth or sustain moisture damage.
Ceiling tiles. Our tiles come with a 30-year warranty against sagging and a lifetime warranty against mold & mildew damage.
Basement windows. Our high-quality vinyl windows won’t ever rot, rust or require painting. We have standard size windows as well as oversize, egress windows that comply with code requirements for a basement bedroom.
We understand that many contracting jobs seem to go on forever. We wouldn’t want our own houses under construction and a mess for an extended period, so we won’t do it to you. With our basement finishing system, we can assure you that your project will be completed in a timely, cost-efficient manner with the highest quality products available.
Basement Finishing Ideas For Your Parker Home
The ideal solution for teens, college students, and guests is an extra bedroom in the basement. Basement bedrooms are private, quiet, relatively easy to heat and cool and the most cost-effective way to add an extra bedroom to your home.
In a tough economy, income from a basement apartment can help with household expenses in a big way. Studio apartments can be created in as little as 250 square feet. Larger basements can accommodate a living room, eat-in kitchen, bedroom, and full bathroom.
Play Area For Kids
Tired of tripping over toys and fighting with kids to pick them up? Create a comfortable play area in the basement with extra space to store their toys and other belongings.
A home theater enhances the viewing and listening experience of any television program or movie, and there is no better place for it than a converted basement. Home theaters have become extremely popular when considering remodeling options for a finished basement.
If the man of the house needs a place to play cards or watch sports with his pals, a man cave in the basement may be the answer. No need to spend a lot on expensive furniture, just make sure it includes a fridge full of his favorite beverages and snacks!
Entertaining around a basement bar is a great way to hang with friends. Add a pool table and dart board and the local pub will be wondering where its customers went. A walkout basement, with an adjoining patio and garden can even be a nice addition!
Hobby & Crafts Area
Hobbies and crafts are pursuits where making a mess is perfectly okay, but because these projects may take several weeks to complete, your home may not have a suitable space. Whether your passion is creating model planes, sewing or jewelry making, a work room in the basement may give you the space you need.
A proper laundry room makes this chore much more enjoyable. It should include plenty of shelving, a table for folding, a utility sink, space for an ironing board, heat and dehumidification, and plenty of good lighting.
Perhaps all you need to solve your family’s in-house morning rush hour is an extra bathroom. Build yours with a sink, a toilet, a walk-in shower with plenty of light and a closet for clothing.