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The back part of basement needs completing, (not sure of the footage) house is 35 years old insulation is in the walls, drywall that is on was never finished. In that area I would like to create a bedroom, laundry area and make existing workshop smaller. Enclose area under stairs and if able to enclose furnace and water heater. I have a bathroom and rec room down there but I would like to have a shower installed and fan. I am not a designer so any help in this would be appreciated in order to finish off the back half of the basement.
Approx 900 sq feet. 50 year old home. Basement is already finished but looking to gut and have it redone properly. Looking to expand rec area and convert spare bedroom into master bedroom. Laminate flooring throughout. Framing needs to be redone properly. Looking at making larger windows if possible.
I was just curious, how much it would cost approximately (I know you would probably need to see property first,) but looking to buy and just wanted to get an idea or a ball park figure. House has a unfinished basement and concrete walls and floor and I want to change this into a studio apartment to rent out, for as low as I can. I do not need anything fancy when it comes to the counter tops or faucets or tub, but looking to add a small bathroom (4pc) and a basic mini kitchen (only looking to have 1 counter top w/cupboard below and sink, do not need anything else, for kitchen) and then I would imagine walls would need to be insulated and drywalled and flooor carpeted, how much would that cost approximately??? I seen on tv, they now have a system called sani-flo, so you do not need to dig into concrete and you would go off plumbing that is there, so if it is a basement, laundry is usually in the basement, can you go off the laundry lines for bathroom and kitchen or would new plumbing need to be done?? Please let me know asap cause this does affect which property to buy, Thank you for your time, have a good day and look forward to hearing back from you :).....online estimate please :)
Interest in finishing my partial finished basement as I have a sick husband and have to
get a live in person there needing an open concept with one bedroom, bath, storage and gas fireplace 3500 BTU'S. I really like the arches that i see in the picture showing and otherwise very simple open concept where we can group furniture without deliniations.
We are looking to have our basement finished and this is some of our needs for it.
engineered hardwood floors
create electrical room
1 washroom (rough in is present)
LED Pot lights
We are not looking for mid grade material.
We want someone with experience and references
I have attached the layout of the basement. I also attached the layout for the main floor so you have dimensions of the basement.
My husband and I purchased our 50 year old home approximately 4 years ago. Currently our basement is an open space. According to an inpsection we had completed for insurance purposes our basement is 60% finished. Meaning, there is laminate flooring (which we want replaced) & wood panelling on the walls (we also want replaced). Idealy, we would like this space to be divided into a rec-room, landry room and a bathroom. There is an extremely small 2 piece bathroom already but we would like the walls removed and everything replaced. Also, there is a cement shower which we would like removed. I think that is about it?
We look forward to hearing from everyone.
I have a room in my basement that has no windows which is semi-finished with floor and pink insulation (except in the corner where the furnace & water tank are). The room is 17' X 13' and has the large front load washer & dryer, a sink, tanning bed, nail salon table, electrical box and I installed some shelves to have some storage...
I would like the drywall or some wall (must be white) to hide all that pink insulation. Oh and the ceiling shows the wood frames and all the wires and furnace tubes flowing through them with a rectangular florescent light fixture. Also maybe even hide the furnace & water tank ? I would like some cabinets and some countertop space to fold clothing.
I work full time during the day but finish work at 2:15pm and can be home by around 2:30pm so I'm not sure when the work can be done, if afternoon or weekend possible ? not sure how many hours this would require ?
Depending on how much this costs, financing or some kind of payment plan would be greatly appreciated. :)
Thank you :)
It would need a separate entrance and I would still need access to a portion of my basement there is already hookup for stove and range has a full 3 piece bathroom already and I would want to include laundry area down stairs for a renter. most of the basement is finished I have some kitchen Cabinetry already Maybe it could be reused and would want to add windows for some natural light I have a budget of $20,000. I think it is around 800-900 Sq'
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