How to Maximize Your Basement Space
Do you have enough basement storage space? Chances are you do, but it’s going to waste. More people are turning their underground levels into amazing and fully functional rooms these days. A finished basement can be turned into an exercise room, lounge, home theater, office, and bedroom suite.
Those are ambitious projects that require basement sealing and major remodeling if you want them to look like an integrated part of the house.Finishing a basement to create a functional room also costs between $27,000 and $32,000, according to an Angie’s List survey.
If you’re just looking to add storage without a lot of money, consider utilizing the basement storage space you have right now. It’s a DIY project that just takes planning and a few trips to a hardware store.
This post was originally published on Merrypad.com.
There are a lot of things to consider if you’re planning to do any remodeling to your basement, and a lot that you can take on yourself. Keep on reading to see what I’ve done to improve my home, taking it from a 350 sq. ft. wasted space, to a functional and organized extension of our everyday home without spending a lot of money or taking on a major renovation.