Lots of people remodel their kitchens or bathrooms during their homeownership, but many are less likely to remodel an unfinished basement. There are lots of reasons for this, but the most common one is concern over the scale of the job. Walking down into an unfinished basement and picturing it as a finished basement isn’t easy, and the fact is, it is a big job. So, many choose to simply ignore the basement and focus on the upstairs.
While this is understandable, you’re choosing not to take advantage of a great room in the house by leaving the basement unfinished. Sure it’s good for storage, but not much else. And with the amount of dust, dirt, and debris found in many unfinished basements, it might not even be good for that. Finishing your basement gives you a brand new room in the house to use for whatever purpose you want. Not only that, basements are generally pretty big, meaning you can even subdivide the basement into separate rooms, which opens up even more options. Or, if you don’t want to finish the whole basement, you can choose to just finish part of the basement. Not only that, but finished basements add significant value to a home, and make it much more attractive to buyers. Overall, finishing your basement gives you plenty of options for room additions and increased storage space that are both well worth it in the long term.
If you’re ready to remodel, C.C. Dietz is ready to help! We’ll meet and discuss the project, create a design for your approval, and then begin construction. In no time you’ll have a brand new room to enjoy and you’ll reclaim valuable interior space. Whether it’s a kitchen, bathroom, basement, or addition, nothing is a problem for C.C. Dietz!
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