When you are looking to finish your basement you are going to need a company that is fully insured and has a team of licensed professionals. That way if you want to renovate your old, dingy basement, you will get a price that is equal to the quality of work you have done.
You are probably wondering what it is going to cost you to finish your basement in Toronto. There is a basement company in Toronto that has been in the business of finishing basements for more than two decades. Therefore, as a new client, you can see the quality of their work by viewing jobs that have been completed for past clients.
No two jobs are alike; therefore, no two estimates can be alike. However, there are finishing packages that will be able to accommodate almost every customer’s needs and budget. The standard deal that is offered involves all framing, drywall, taping, primer, painting, plumbing, electrical rough-ins, R12 installation, and a three-piece bathroom finishing job at the budget price of $2855.
There are two guidelines about how a basement-finishing job is priced per square foot. The standard basement (1000-2000 square feet) is approximately $25 to $30 per square foot; an area that is 500-900 square feet would cost anywhere from $30-$35 per square foot. The more square feet your basement has, the lower the price per square foot is. Also, as an added bonus, the contractors try to do everything possible to ensure that your basement renovation is done in about two to three weeks. This is all dependent on the actual square footage of the job. The professional workers are aware of how critical it is that you have your basement and house back in working order as quickly as possible since nobody likes living in a construction zone for very long.
When you call a team of basement finishing professionals to come to your home and give you an estimate on the renovation of your basement you can be assured that you will receive a complete written estimate of what it is going to cost you so that you do not have any unforeseen costs.
Now that you have an idea about what it costs to renovate your basement; you need to decide what you want to turn your basement into. You can turn it into an apartment rental, complete with a kitchen and bathroom to give you a way of generating an extra income each month. Or, if you are into working out, you can convert that basement to a home gym— and save the money you were spending for that gym membership for something important—like a long overdue family vacation.
Why not give a professional contractor a call today and have that dreary, old basement turned into something that will not only add value to your home but turn that unused square footage beneath your home’s foundation into something that can save you money as well as make money if you so desire.