Like other home remodeling projects, basement remodeling can increase a home’s value. By transforming a basement into a habitable room, the home becomes more attractive to most homebuyers who expect thrill in their new abode. With this in mind, homeowners looking to improve the value of their properties should consider basement remodeling—and the first thing to decide on is a basement design that combines aesthetics and function.

One of the most popular basement redesigns is a hobby room, which is quite an appealing choice if the area is large enough to accommodate workbenches, pool tables, entertainment systems, and other space-consuming objects. Coupled with matching furniture and lighting, an underground hobby room can liven things up at home.

On the other hand, households that lack accommodations can convert their basement into a bedroom and bathroom suite for guests, complete with the standard features of a cozy room, like alcoves, matching sconces, French-style doors, and the like.

Regardless of its new function, any basement remodeling project should be carefully planned around ventilation and moisture control, particularly because basements typically don’t have large windows. Basement walls need to be lined or constructed entirely with waterproof materials to reduce damp spots and to mitigate mold growth.

For basement heating or cooling needs, ductworks are almost always needed and these have to be both sturdy and innocuous enough for prolonged use.  Basement remodeling companies can be counted on to address these concerns and to ensure that the project meets building codes


BUT THE REAL WINNER HERE...

Kansas City is riddled with walk-out basements; don't fight it, make them work for you- install a year round pool!!! Now that's a "Cheese Burger In Paradise"! 

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