Finishing your basement not only increases your home’s resale value, but also adds significant living space for you and your family to enjoy. Before embarking on this process, it’s best to know how you would like to utilize the space. This will allow you to communicate your needs/wants effectively to your contractor.
Here are a few ideas on how to use your finished basement space:
- Home gym
- Children’s playroom
- Game room
- Home theater
- Guest room
To learn more about how you can incorporate these ideas and more into your finished basement, check out our recent blog.
A Word from the Breyer Team
From our designers and office team, to our production team and field staff, we are all dedicated to working together to provide a high level of customer service and construction on each project. During the process, we work together to ensure we are providing a custom solution for our clients and basement projects really allow our team to use their creativity! We would love the opportunity to work with you and your family on inventive ways to enjoy your basement space.
Breyer In the News
Matt Breyer, President and Lead Designer of Breyer Construction, was published on homes.com this month discussing tips on keeping your newly finished basement safe, such as:
- Build by the code: reference the International Code Council to learn more about the set of rules that most of the country abide by.
- Organization: creating a well-organized basement will help to reduce the risks of falls and create an easily accessible space.
- Keeping it dry: basements can naturally draw water in from outside, but proper planning can help reduce the risk of water damage.
Finishing your basement is an excellent way to add extra living space. Focusing on the safety of this space during the planning process will help you to enjoy your basement for years to come.
The Breyer team has many years of indoor remodeling experience and would love to help make your finished basement a reality. To learn more about our remodeling services, contact the Breyer Construction team today.