Some Basement Remodeling Ideas Finishing a basement
Some Basement Remodeling Ideas can be as simple as getting waterproofing contractors in, finishing off the perimeter walls with drywall and building an suspended acoustic ceiling with recessed ceiling lights or track lighting. And the floor can be finished off with either carpet or floor tiles.
In many cases this will be enough to be able to use the basement as additional living space where you could make the basement into a rec room or possibly even an additional living quarters.
Mississauga handyman has dry walled additional walls into a basement area to create more living space and adding an additional room in the basement.
Putting up a few partition walls and installing either a drywall opening or a door can create a specific room.
Examining your floorspace which part of the basement remodel will have a rec–room and what parts will be a basement bedroom and of course you might want to finish off your laundry room with cabinets and shelving for storage.
Examining your floorspace
which part of the basement remodel will have a rec–room and what parts will be a basement bedroom and of course you might want to finish off your laundry room with cabinets and shelving for storage.
When the space is completely open and you determine what you are going to do with it whether you are going to install carpeting or put a raised flooring in . Before adding addition to the extra rooms created you can build your petitions on top of the existing carpet. All the carpeting can be covered down prior to any work done on it with some heavy plastic that can be cut out later. This will protect your carpet while you're working on it.
The amount of trim level can be determined. Very basically a door and baseboards can be installed. A regular colonial 800 series Hollow core door and matching baseboards can be installed.
"A basement provides a lot of raw space to work with," says Sharon McCormick, principal of the Durham, CT-based Sharon McCormick Design, LLC. "Ductwork can be boxed in with hollow beams or drywall, creating an interesting coffered or soffited ceiling. Or suspended square ceiling panels made of copper or tin can lend a historic feeling." For a more modern look, McCormick suggests painting exposed mechanicals and joists black to create a trendy, loft-like ambience.