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We have a 1960's style basement - currently all dark panelling old red carpeting. We are going to be studding ourselves and we have the services of a master electrician so what we need help with is the drywall in the rec room, bedroom and bathroom that is there - as well as the plumbing in the bath. There is existing but I may want things moved around a bit and a shower definitely has to be built/installed (there is plumbing and drain work existing. Also, dead centre in the rec room is a post - the room is 20 x 16 and the post is at the 10 ft and 8 ft mark of the room. I would love to know if we can move or eliminate this post to open the space up. We live in a home build in 1968 - solid brick. Basement is dry.
I have a two-year old bungalow townhouse with unfinished basement. I would like to partially finish it, appx. 625 sq. ft., with a bedroom and 3-piece bathroom (already roughed in), and large rec room. We are capable of saving by painting ourselves and doing other simpler handiwork like trim. We also have found a freestanding vanity for the bathroom so that needs only to be quoted for installation.
I live in an older house with an unfinished basement and the main wood beams are cracking and are not so good. I need them all replaced. My basement is half crawl space and I am looking to also get the support on the outer part of the crawl space looked at. I believe it needs some attention as well. I am not looking to finish the basement, just to make it good and strong with no worrying.
Hi, I own a multi level house and our upper basement is currently finished with 2 bedrooms and a center sitting room.
I would like interior walls removed, exterior wall drywall removed and re-insulated and then finished as one large room (approx. 16' X 30'). There is no plumbing and only minor electrical (moving outlets / switches from removed walls).
Please contact me for a quote.
I was wondering if you could come by my families house to give us some thoughts on doing a renovation in our basement. About 1/3 of it is finished but we are basically going to gut the whole thing and start from scratch. Looking at building 5 rooms: rec. room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry, & Work room. Let me know a night (after 4) that you could come by.
Cement basement currently - we would like to make it into a rec room for the kids. width from outside to outside is roughly 17 or 18 feet and the length is only limited by budget :) - Limited budget but let me know at minimum and obviously maximum is the sky but we need to be realistic. Let me know if you can help.
Purchased home basement needs to be redone. Move in date June 15 but I have two more showings so can view before move in date. Approx 1100. sq feet. currently looks dated. Bathroom and Kitchen and two bedrooms to be done. Currently has all plumbing and one bedroom with panels. Make it modern and new. Needs to be gutted and start fresh but drywall can be placed right over the panelling as it is dry and good condition.
With recent discovery of water entering the basement and removing the paneling found a hole in the foundation (poured concrete). From this I also found the basement is not insulated. So looking to make sure the basement is dry and then look to insulate and finish the basement to make it a livable space for the family to use.
I need 2 bedrooms IMMEDIATELY (Fully finished by August 30/31st) In an unfinished basement.
I also need a bathroom with a shower that I would like build as of the August 30/31st deadline but am willing to extend the deadline for it if needed.
Will pay cash. Immediate action required.
If needed I have a layout plan of the basement with measurements available.
I wish to finish part of my basement primarily a recreation room about 10 ft by 30 ft. Exterior walls (bare) need to be framed and insulated using 2 by 4 lumber, and insulated with r-14 roxul (24 inches on centre). Room size about 10 ft by 30 ft and exterior walls about 300 sq. ft. Interior walls already framed but not drywalled. Exterior walls are concrete block. Included in recreation room is a cold cellar ( 4 ft by 5 ft) which needs to be drywalled only included ceiling and insulated steel door installed. Also a closet needs to be completed. Quote to include taping and sanding only (no painting) and wiring of outlets and light switches. Ceiling tp be excluded as well as floor covering. Home is about 50 years old.
Looking to finish the rest of our partially finished basement with 2 bedrooms, and a 3 piece bathroom.
-Wood framing preferable (unless significant cost advantage to steel)
-Laundry/Utilities/Storage to be walled off, and remain unfinished.
-Bedrooms to include closets with sliding doors
-Bathroom to be shared ensuite
-Exterior walls already framed
-3 piece rough-in already present
-Bedroom sizes 150 and 200 sq ft approx
-HVAC already in required locations.
See attached floorplan. Note that "Theatre Room" has already been completed.
Bought an older home (1974) with a finished basement. Past owners did not finish the small cold room under the front porch, or ventilate it, so it just creates mold issues and allows water to come into the house.
The cold room is about 3' x 5.5' and 6.5' high. I am wondering how much it would cost to properly finish the room for dry storage, and ditch the cold room concept.
I need a separate entrance leading to the basement or convert the deck sliding door into an entrance. If I do option 2, I would need to create another kitchen somewhere in the house. I am not sure how to place the kitchen. I had thoughts of adding a stair well to the basement and creating the kitchen in the basement. However I am lost at what is the best move. pls help
I'm looking for someone to take my finish my unfinished basement. It is already framed and, on most walls, dry wall and insulation is 3/4 down the wall. I would like to increase the size of the windows and I also want to make sure that it will be a healthy space to be in, so making sure concrete is properlly prepared before finishing and making sure of proper air flow, etc..
If you are an experienced contractor in this area, please contact me.
Finish basement laundry room area - remove two desks, one fridge, Build shelves. Basement is open - needs a door to close it off from the upstairs. One window needs to be built up. Two lights need to be recessed. Floor needs covering.
Need to have taps in tub replaced.
Need to have a motion sensor light replaced outside.
I live in a 2 year old townhouse and would like to finish the basement. It's approximately 400 square feet ,not including the room around the furnace as well as leaving a portion of it unfinished for a cold cellar. (2 doors would be needed). I would like a few rows of potlights, carpeted floors and perhaps a simple built in for the entertainment unit. Please provide me with competitive prices as well as availability and references.
looking for a basement finished - 2 year old townhouse, 600 square ft basement, need office and a bedroom and possibly a bathroom - rough in for bathroom has been done, looking for a start date of Feb 8 with a possible finish date of bedroom by Feb 29th - need cost per sq ft. Please advise as soon as possible
Basement 1000 sq. Ft.
Current 2 pcs. bath, mostly unfinished.
Would like Full bath, bed, rec, laundry,work/ furnace room
Quote on new windows for basement
Kitchen 10 x 10
Tear out old kitchen and small wall.
replace wall with island / new kitchen
new window / larger
House is approximately 40 years old
Hello to all the contractors, I am looking for a good, fare price contractor that knows, the job, no complain and do the basement as is his home. You have to love what you do, and do what you love. In life is not just fast work as Mike Holmes say, just to take the money and give a crap job. is ether do it right or not do it. And you steal from costumes, and life steal back from you. What you give out you receive back All, the contractors are getting scared of my basement when they come? Why? I am telling you why, because they not real men's. You can work on basements that they are materials around. So what ? What that big deal. Who is a real men, stop complaining and do the work with dignity, value, respect and ETC. The less you are complaining the better your life it is. The more you bitching the worst it will be.
Thank you with respect to the contractors that they care a lot to help others
Currently finished 300 sq.ft basement in bilevel home. Currently has carpeted flooring, large stone fireplace (1970's), wood panels and drop ceiling. We are hoping to have the stone around the fireplace removed and new fireplace installed, engineered hardwood placed on floors, dry wall for wall and ceiling and recessed lighting.
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