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Basement Remodeling

The return on investment of a basement remodeling project
As real estate prices continue to decline in many areas of the country, homeowners are searching for ways to strategically update their homes to increase the value. Finishing a basement can be the answer--take advantage of existing space in your home to add square footage and storage space.
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Finishing Your Basement with Flair
A finished basement can add valuable living space for an expanding family and can also increases the value of your home. Here are some considerations for remodeling your basement.
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The benefits of remodeling your basement
A finished basement can offer many benefits, from increasing your home's storage options to giving you the space for that home gym you've always wanted. Energy conservation and home value protection are other potential benefits of a finished basement.
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How to Design for a Finished Basement
To design and cost a basement remodel, you'll need a contractor to assess ventillation, plumbing, electrical, and flooring issues.
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Dealing with Basement Flooding
When your basement floods, you suddenly pay close attention to what's going on inside your house. To fix the problem, you may need to focus your attention outside to identify the source of the water, and then reroute it.
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The different steps involved when remodeling your basement
From choosing whether your basement ceiling will be suspended or dry walled to deciding on polished concrete or hardwood for the floor to interviewing and selecting the best contractor, there are many things to consider when you embark on a basement remodeling project. Read on to learn what to keep in mind before you begin.
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Start to Finish Your Basement
Organizing an unfinished basement is a task akin to decorating an unfinished house: the space is simply not conducive to what you're trying to do. Adding interior walls to your basement's exterior walls is a good first step to bringing order to an unfinished basement, one with benefits beyond organization.
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Spruce Up Your Basement for a Returning College Student
If your son or daughter is returning from college, you may be rethinking your living space. Your quiet world is about to be inundated with four years of accumulated "stuff"--electronics, furniture, a small refrigerator, clothes?the list goes on.
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Increase your home value with basement remodeling
With the housing market still struggling, homeowners are searching for ways to add value to their homes while avoiding major remodels.
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New Uses for an Old Basement
The basement doesn't have to be home to spiders, dust, and old stuff. Breathe new life into precious square feet by finishing your home's most underused space.
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From the Underground Up: Remodeling and Renting Out Your Basement
If you have a basement that is basically a massive and unattractive storage closet, you might want to consider remodeling it to transform that wasted space into an apartment that you can rent out for some extra income.
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