Remodeling, Finishing, Floors, Bars & Waterproofing

If you’re looking for more living space in your home, then consider basement finishing. A finished basement can almost double the size of your home at a fraction of the price of a room addition. Through our design services, we will help you plan the basement of your dreams while still maintaining a careful eye on the budget. We offer free estimates and in-home consultation for all of your projects as well as a follow-up meeting with one of our basement professionals to discuss our estimate in detail as well as provide a 3-dimensional walk through of how the basement finishing will look when completed.

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The arch above a patio door or better yet, a french door is another way to add charm and character and sunlight to your home. From modern to the traditional, the added window above with the arch is an added cost but also an added delight. Boxes! Yep, go to the local liquor store. Ask for boxes that have dividers in it. Grab a variety of them. Now you can store your skeins of yarn, knitting needles, and croquet hooks in them.

If your area experiences frequent very cold temperatures, heating cable is a good idea. This is a wire that wraps around your pipe or pipes, and when it’s plugged in, the wires heat up and keep your pipes at a safe temperature. Most heating cables include a thermostat to ensure that a consistent heat is maintained. I love to window shop too…you certainly have some beautiful exhibits! Love to think how they would look in my small bathroom…or should I say water closet LOL…if you turn around, there’s one too many in it!