Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Belleville homeowners have planned for their Basement Renovation projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 10 Basement Renovation projects posted by homeowners in Belleville seeking the services of local Basement Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $297,000.00 with a per project average of $29,700.00.
We have a one bedroom, one bathroom basement in-law suite with a separate entrance that we would like to have completed legally into a one bedroom apartment. It is about 600 square feet, I think. We would like to have all structural, drywall and electrical completed (with permits) to pass inspection so that we can do the finishing touches on the area (paint, install kitchen cabinets, tile shower area and possibly install flooring.)
Our house was built in the 80's and we have recently had MOST work completed in the basement area including install of washer/dryer in the bathroom, new drywall on bottom half of most walls (due to dampness and mould) and fire / sound insulation in ceiling with new drywall. Taping and mudding was started but never completed and pot lights not installed but cut into the ceiling. We never obtained a permit to have the demolition work in the basement done and the drywall replaced. We would just like someone to check the work already completed and finish up the job.
We also have a wall in our main living space upstairs between the kitchen and living room (which is load bearing, approx 10-12 foot opening)) that we would like removed or opened up as much as possible, a gas fire place we would like moved to a different wall and drywall completed on one wall, and 2 half walls, where we removed some wood panelling. We would be willing to do some demo and all the painting and finishing touches once walls are mudded and sanded.
Thank you in advance,
I have basement stairs that I would like the reverse, I have a trap door in my laundry room, the stairs are reached by going to
the far wall with only a small space to stand when you open the trapdoor.
They would be much easier from the other side.
Most of the stairs could be reused, steps are in very good shape,..
but it would require a landing to turn to go into the basement at the bottom.
It is an unfinished basement, looks are not a priority just safe practical stairs so I could use the space for storage more often.
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