Seattle basement finishing contractor

Laying out floor for cutting in drain lines

Keever and Associates has begun work on another Seattle basement remodeling and finishing project.  The new owners of this 1950s home wanted to add a master bedroom suite, guest room and family room in their existing basement.  We spent time initially helping the owners work through the details of their upcoming Seattle basement remodeling and finishing project so we could come up with a meaningful budget.  Once we were able to select materials and tweak the design to fit their budget we started demolition and as you can see from the pictures basement remodeling is underway.

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Wall framing

 

Seattle Basement Remodeling and Finishing-

can be a great cost effective way to add livable space to your home.  The three of the most important things to consider when thinking about basement remodeling and finishing project are:  1.  Is the sewer line exiting the house high enough for the new fixtures to gravity feed?  2.  Does the basement ever flood?  Are there any ceiling obstructions that will impact the usability of the space (ie: duct work, gas lines…).  None of these things is necessarily a deal killer for a basement remodel and finishing but can add significant cost.

Seattle basement remodeling

Concrete cut and demoed to allow ground work for plumbing to be installed

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