Are you almost transforming your unfinished basement? You’ve done the framing; all plumbing and electrical work are in place. Your drywall and ceiling are coming together and your doors, windows, and cabinetry are all done. Well, there’s just a little more that needs to be done to finally have the space ready.
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Yes, your basement walls could use a little bit of color. Once you’ve known the kind of vibe you’re going with. It will be a bit easier to pick the hue that will tighten up your ideal basement remodeling. with the help of a professional, your basement will really start to pop up.
For a more finished look, you can paint the exposed beams of your basement ceiling.
My guess is your unfinished basement floor is concrete right now. Whatever flooring type you choose whether laminate or carpet, you want to make sure that your contractor follows these two steps;
- Adding a subfloor: this helps with comfort, dryness, and warmth
- Install the right flooring: once the subfloor is in place, you can have your contractor install the floor type you want.
When buying the floor do consider what the basement will be used for and if you have kids or pets, you will want to go for a good quality that will not be damaged easily.
Finally, you can enjoy your new space, whether it will be a playroom, an office, a gym, or anything else you have in mind. You can make your basement space as comfortable as you may want it to be.