If you are about to do a remodeling project into your basement read on. This ideas might be of your interest, so scroll down and take a look at the Homeowners who have basements wonder what to do with the space, and most of them use it for storing things, and others with more creative minds turn them into useful and practical areas.
The goal here is to save money. Window treatments can be very costly. Depending on the size of your window, your only choice may be to go with curtains when trying to stay under $100. It is a little different with a concrete overlay. You first of all with get a more consistent color and this color will be more vivid and in most cases more dramatic. This is because the mix is consistent and we are using white Portland cement in the mix as opposed to … Read More
In this poor housing market, Quonset huts are popular with new homeowners as well as with retirees looking for an affordable way to move to a warmer climate. A quonset hut is a type of arch-style, semicylindrical steel building that was used in World War II for equipment storage. Since then, Quonset huts have been used for inexpensive equipment storage in commercial and agricultural settings. In today’s housing market, Quonset-hut homes are a popular option, mainly because they’re less expensive to build or buy than other types of homes and can be built in less time.
Suspended ceilings work well in basements featuring adequate head room. These ceilings contain a hanging grid into which tiles are placed to form the ceiling’s surface. The chief advantage of a suspended ceiling is the access it affords to plumbing, wiring and ducts. We earn money from advertisers. Advertisers pay to have advertisements displayed … Read More
Nothing beats the classic look of a spiral staircase. It adds elegance to any interior, and has the added benefit of saving space. Whether the staircase you prefer is a true spiral staircase or just gently curved, whether it is made from metal or oak, it will add grace and beauty to your home for many years to come.
I see you are in VA. If you don’t mind me asking, where in VA? We will be moving to Bedford, hopefully in the next couple of month. All of the houses have unfinished basements. Wondering if you could recommend any local contractors, especially an electrician. My husband is a plumber, but I will need a good handyman as well and a carpenter. Thank goodness someone was home and we bought them. Loaded them in our small car. Good thing I have an understanding, husband.
The lumber for the garage was … Read More