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Amy’s Series: Selection Meeting 1 of 2

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Amy’s Series: Selection Meeting 1 of 2

by Amy Iverson / May 9, 2019

Part 1 - What happens in a selection meeting After you sign the proposal, the next step is meeting with your Project Developer.  Pam and Chelsea were our Project Developers and were great in helping us with plan details and color selections. They made the selection process fun and stress free as we worked…

Introduction to Amy’s Basement Blog Series

by Amy Iverson / May 2, 2019

Steve and I bought a new house this past summer.  When we moved in we had lots of projects and renovations that we wanted to accomplish. We quickly started making a list and prioritizing.  Yes, finishing the basement was on the list, but is was at the very bottom.  So far at the bottom we…

10 Bars and The Cocktails They Inspire

by Adam Jensen / March 22, 2019

Have you ever looked at something and it inspired a thought or feeling? Do you ever just see a place or thing and think about other things like food or drinks. If so then these bars from past jobs are sure to make you think of some pretty awesome things. We were looking at them…

Thinking about a basement remodel?

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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From beginning to end, a basement remodeling project may take more time than you initially anticipate. Finishing an entire Basement can be the same as finishing an entire upper level of the house. Our experts will have a Basement Finishing Process timeline along with the story of their company and the products we use. How…

Create a New Lower Level Rather Than A Basement

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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Your basement doesn't have to be boring and dull. Many things can be done to take your space to a new level. Using design features and a proper flow in the basement can make all the difference. Here are a few things that you can do to help create the basement you have always wanted:…

Basement Remodeling and Home Value

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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What are the biggest things you look for when touring a new home? Kitchen, bathrooms, living area, and the basement? A nicely finished basement completed at the same quality as the upper levels of your home can boost your home's marketability to potential buyers. While looking for a new home, many homeowners want to look…

Katie and Pam, Designers not Contractors!

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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When it comes to a large renovation project such as a basement remodel, there is a lot to think about in terms of the design and layout. For most of us, it is extremely difficult to see the potential in an unfinished basement. Pipes, exposed posts, and concrete flooring, are just a few of the…

Want The Rustic Wood Look With The Durability Of Tile?

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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When it comes to your lower level, the fewer wood products the better. So how do you get that rustic wood flooring look everyone is talking about? Tile that resembles reclaimed wood is an increasingly popular choice! This tile recreates the look of reclaimed wood flooring, including replicated nail holes, to create a rustic and…

See Your Finished Basement Before It Is Built!

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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Whether you are deciding to finish your lower level for added entertaining space, extra guest space, a place for the kids to hang out, or a fitness room, imagining what the basement will look like before it's built can be tough. Not everyone has an eye for reading and understanding blueprints. That is why we…

What to Look For in a Contractor

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

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Anyone who has dealt with home construction or remodeling can tell you just how difficult it can be at times. Having construction workers in your home, drywall dust, machinery, as well as early mornings and late nights of construction noise. Although, working with a contractor who offers you the best possible customer experience can make…