Denver Bathroom Remodeling Services

As one of the most used rooms in your house, it’s important to remember that a bathroom’s design can significantly contribute to the resell value of a home. When renovating a bathroom, you should keep in mind the needs of your family as well as those of future buyers. For instance, while you may not feel the need to include a tub, some homeowners do see this as a necessity. So, it’s still wise to install at least one in the house.

Bathroom Remodeling Ideas – Remodeling a master bathroom can be very exciting. When you first start planning your master bathroom remodel, it is very important for you to gather ideas from a variety of sources. Looking at the work that others have done in the past can help create significant inspiration when planning your own master bath remodel. During your search, you will probably find a number of …

10 Basement Remodeling Tips

So you’ve got a basement and have decided that it’s time to turn that space into some kind of livable arrangement. Whatever it was that brought you to that decision is certainly going to drive you into what type of room you are trying to create. Whether it’s a workout room, a bedroom or possibly a new entertaining space that you want to use, you’re going to have to at some point think about the flooring that your going to lay down to make that space useable.

Sharkye11, Thank you. 2 foot square isn’t a lot of room for a vanity and finding one that small high enough will be a problem but I’m sure it is out there somewhere. Thanks so much for stopping by I appreciate it. Sorry I’m so late anwsering my comments. I have been working on hubs when I have been on to try to …

Bathroom Remodel Cost Estimator

The above figures place the bathroom update at $250 per square foot. This pricing structure assumes that carpenters charge an average of $70 per hour, electricians between $65 to $85 per hour, painters between $20 and $35 per hour and plumbers between $45 and $65 per hour.

Speaking of reusing – even though we couldn’t reuse the tile, I was lucky enough to find a pedestal sink and medicine cabinet that exactly match the existing sink and cabinet we currently have, for $238. I got so lucky! Just think if I couldn’t find a matching sink and medicine cabinet to complete the look we are going for?! We’d be spending at least $400 for four new pieces.

So after water damage that occured in early September, after dealing with the insurance company, and after many months of hard work, our master bath was ready for us to use in late …

Basement Finishing, Questions And Answers

Renovating your business is considered as the vibrant investment since planning to opt for basement remodeling would be wise because of the numerous benefits associated with it. The importance of its benefits is often neglected but it is considered as the integral part of the home. When it comes to selling of a home, the basement areas are crucial and come in the complete package of home. The basement renovation service as highly considerable and adds a value and elegance to your home. Most of the basements are considered as dumping ground to store things that are not often used. But by making use of the basement, the best of the best can be evolved where you can carve the possibility you need which may be new bedroom, bathroom, playroom that can be obtained by basement remodeling.

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Decorating The Redneck Way

One of the biggest home renovation challenges can be creating space in a small, main bath where no space actually exists.

I am replacing 9 windows. 6 are 24×60 and 3 are 36 x 60. I was given a quote for Simonton 5100 from home depot for $4350 complete and Energex Advantage by Affinity for $4300. Do you know have a preferece between the two. I am seeing a 3rd company that sells Dove windows next so I don’t have any information yet. All windows will be low e and argon gas. They will also be double hung vinyl with grids.Thanks for any insight you might have.

Expanding foam insulation has about an R-7 value per square inch. The biggest gains arise from eliminated air flow. The R-value is calculated on the insulation only and does not consider air flow. You can apply foam insulation in any thickness. In some …

Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System

Find the right plan to transform your basement into the perfect space for you and your family to enjoy.

Converting a basement, however, is not without its challenges. Below-grade spaces are subject to water and moisture, two common enemies of home construction. Mold and mildew are also common, and natural light is limited. Overhead pipes and ductwork can add further challenges, and if you didn’t anticipate a bathroom when the house was built, the basement toilet may have to flush up.

Long before DIY became a household ‘word’, homeowners were enticed by the idea of saving money on home repairs by doing the work themselves. While doing their own renovations was a great idea, the main challenge for a successful completion of their projects was knowledge. The majority of homeowners had no idea how to properly wire electrical outlets, plumb a bathroom, or frame a wall – all according to …

Basement Remodeling Projects

Elevation Basements is Denver’s premier basement finishing company. We are a fully integrated Design Build Firm that sees each project through from its conceptual design to its high quality finish. We have elevated” the art of basement remodeling ensuring that our customers have a positive experience from initial meeting to final punch list. We are fully insured and licensed.

Why continue to pay a monthly membership to a gym when you can work out at home? For most people, the biggest issue is where to put the exercise equipment. The garage doesn’t have enough space (or you might not have a garage) and you don’t want a treadmill sitting in your living room on a permanent basis. With a basement remodeling, you have your workout site just a few steps away! You can mount a television on the wall for entertainment, and install a water cooler to stay hydrated. And …

The 80’s Wants Their Bathroom Back Is Finished! (2)

Today I’m sharing with you a bathroom remodel!! This guest bathroom is actually at my Parents’ house… they did all of the work themselves.

The new faucet was off the rack. It wasn’t top quality, and therefore lower priced. I also found it on sale at Home Depot The pull out mirror was about $5 at Ikea , and the medicine cabinet hinges were off-the-rack hardware store purchases, that just happened to match the originals! I found the light fixture on clearance at Restoration Hardware , and was able to get it for a very reasonable price. It pays to keep an eye on sales, and not be too picky!

This was an instructional video for a DIY wainscoting project. This was another option we considered. We decided we preferred a different look for our project, but some may find this to their liking. We weren’t sure about our ability …

Finishing A Basement Cost

Basements offer a bonus for homeowners looking to increase living space. But unlike the rest of the house, these below-grade rooms require thoughtful planning and prep work.

In the photo below, my sister created a space for her son with old items on hand. She removed the bottom bunk and re-enforced the legs. She then added a lounge chair, TV on a rolling stand, and shelves next to it. This gave him a secluded feeling and space in which he could play his games. If his sister came to bug him, he would hand up a sheet to create a closed fort.

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Basement Finishing System

A recent kitchen renovation project inspires new woodshop storage ideas for my garage: recycle the old kitchen cabinets into new storage space. I also like the idea of reusing as much salvaged material as possible to reduce landfill many remodeling jobs, the old kitchen cabinets do not retain any cash value and to the contractor, they are not worth the time and effort to save. All too often, the contractor rips out the old kitchen cabinets to make room for the new cabinets. Rather than removing the cabinets carefully for resale or donation, the old cabinets are broken down and tossed aside. Deemed worthless, the old cabinets are doomed to the dumpster and destined for the landfill.

As the office didn’t really need a closet anymore, it was immediately measured to see if it would accommodate a circular staircase. JP: First of all, thanks for stopping by! If I were …