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Finishing your basement is, without a doubt, a popular and cost-effective renovation. It allows the whole family to enjoy the daily benefits of having an additional functional floor. The reasons for the renovation of a basement are numerous; the desire to have an entertainment room, a storage space, a wine cellar, a home theatre, a bar area or even a home office.

Since good planning is the key to the success of any renovation, there are several things to consider before you get started, such as basement insulation, adding or not adding a bathroom, the type of ceiling desired, etc. To better prepare your project, we invite you to continue reading on our blog.

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Charles Gosselin

by Charles Gosselin Content Manager | Reno-Assistance

Top 10 Basement Renovation Ideas

When someone brings up basements, you might instinctively think about a storage space or a part of your home that is mostly neglected. Though, this space can have thousands of features …

Charles Gosselin

by Charles Gosselin Content Manager | Reno-Assistance

Soundproofing the Ceiling of a Basement

In a perfect world, you wouldn’t hear any sounds coming from the basement – not the sound of your teenager watching action movies at max volume, not the sound of the …

Suzanne Surette

by Suzanne Surette Renovation Advisor | Reno-Assistance

What does a Basement Renovation Cost? Toronto & Montreal

Basement renovations are often the most cost-effective way to add more casual living space for your family because you can use the existing foundation and structure, and the overall cost per square …