GEORGE AND KATHY'S BASEMENT
- FRAME NEW WALLS AND BUILD NEW BATHROOM
- BUILD WET BAR
- BUILD NEW STAIRS AND HANDRAIL
- NEW PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL WORK
- INSTALL WOOD FLOORING
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Before we came into the picture George and Kathy had a 60’s styles basement with wood paneling and linoleum floor tiles. They were looking to create a new comfortable living space to hang out with family and friends. The plan was to create a bathroom, wet bar area, closet space and an exercise room. This was a big transformation from the original style of the basement and we did not disappoint.
The project began with complete demolition and disposal of existing paneling, flooring, and framing. Basement concrete walls were sealed, insulated, framed and drywall was installed. Partition walls were built to create the desired floor plan and the space began to take shape. The basement was re-wired receiving a combination of about 50 light fixtures, outlets and switches. New wood flooring was installed throughout and the staircase received a major facelift and new banisters. Not a single detail was overlooked during this renovation. The wet bar came out beautiful with custom bamboo cabinets, granite countertop and a glass mosaic tile backsplash. George did not waste any time stocking it with the essentials and ready to entertain. The bathroom which was a special challenge from the beginning of the job due to plumbing logistics became a showpiece that we were very proud of. We had our professional photographer, Thanassi Karrageorgiou from Nas Karas Studios come and capture the real beauty of this basement.