Professional Basement Finishing Services
Wouldn’t you love to have more livable space in your home? If you’re lucky enough to have a basement in your home that’s currently being used as a storage space or a laundry room, you may want to consider finishing it. Don’t let that extra square footage go to waste! Let the pros at Punch List Bath and Home Remodeling get the job done with our professional basement finishing services. We’re proud to be helping homeowners in Chicago’s North Shore area make their homes even better.
Why Finish Your Basement?
Finishing your basement can add valuable living space to your home and increase its value. Here are some of the benefits your reap when you hire us for basement finishing:
Additional Living Space
One of the biggest benefits of finishing your basement is the extra living space it provides. You can turn it into a home theater, a game room, a home gym, or even an additional bedroom. This is especially beneficial if you have a growing family or if you frequently have guests staying over.
Increased Home Value
Finishing your basement can also increase the value of your home. According to the National Association of Realtors, finishing a basement can add up to 70% of its cost to the value of your home. This means that if you spend $20,000 to finish your basement, you could potentially increase the value of your home by $14,000.
Another benefit of finishing your basement is that it can improve the energy efficiency of your home. A finished basement can help to insulate your home, keeping it warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This can help to reduce your energy bills and make your home more comfortable.
4. Noise Reduction
If you have a noisy family or live in a busy neighborhood, finishing your basement can help to reduce the noise that travels between floors. This can make it easier to work from home, study, or simply relax without being disturbed by outside noise.
Contact Punch List Bath and Home Remodeling today to learn more about our basement finishing services for homeowners in Chicagoland’s Northwest suburbs.