My townhome is about 5 yrs old in Richmond Hill. My basement is a walk out, about 850 sf. About 40% of it is already framed from the builder. The entire basement has insulation from top to bottom..
I want to finish my basement in stages, at my own pace, and not in a huge rush, by hiring various contractors at different stages.
Just want to know what the steps are. It's a very simple layout, my neighbour has the same layout and finished so I know the design already. I am familiar with the process but wanted some feedback and possibly some work to be done.
Is this correct:
1. Frame entire basement walls and ceilings (duct work etc)
2. Get electrician to install plugs and Pot light outlets.
3. Get drywall on walls and ceiling + tape and mud to point of paint
4. Get laminate or engineer wood installed
5. Get baseboards/quarter rounds installed
6. Get Pot lights and crown molding installed.
7. Get everything Painted.
Also there's a perfect space between the furnace area and stairs to put a 3 pc bath, already has the rough in in the right spot, just like my neighbors home.
Also looking to install a small wet bar at the end near the cold rm. Just a cabinet along the wall with a small sink and tap.
Thanks for your input.
Appreciate any response!
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