Finishing your basement is a big decision and making sure it's done correctly is important. It's a great way to add value and enjoy livable space you've never taken advantage of before. Working closely with you will allow us to determine a design that is both functional and enjoyable. Allow Alpine Contracting to show you how to maximize your space.
Our team works one on one from the first job-walk until completion to ensure we get it right. We listen to our client's dreams, whether it's a home theater, a wet bar or a secondary master suite, we've done it. If you've ever dreamed of having a billiards room with a custom fireplace and stone surround accents, we can make those dreams come true. Give Alpine Contracting the opportunity to sit down with you and go over the many possibilities.
Your home is generally the biggest investment you will make in your lifetime. Protecting it should be a priority. Although there is no 100% guarantee how to ensure you won't have water intrusion, here are some helpful hints to mitigate the risk:
Our skilled craftsmen will work with you every step of the way. Once we have determined a design, we will pull the permit and schedule a delivery of materials. Prior to the job-start and throughout the process, you will be in constant communication with one of our projects managers and be informed of each phase of construction. We take the time to listen to your needs to ensure we get it right the first time. Have peace of mind knowing our skilled craftsmen take pride in the finishing touches to create a seamless transition from your Main Level to your Basement. Our goal is to finish your basement without it appearing as an afterthought.
Call us today or fill out our online form to speak to one of our team members about your custom basement plans.
Standard, no frills wet bars in basements have lost a lot popularity in recent years. A simple countertop and sink do not add much value to your home and isn’t a demanding resale feature. However, the more extravagant, “themed” or custom a wet bar becomes – fully equipped with well-appointed features – this space can really set a basement off. In this article we’ll discuss a few features that will separate your wet bar from the mundane.
Throughout the lockdowns, home gym popularity reached levels never before seen. While many products have been hard to find, almost nothing compares to the scarcity and price gouging seen with gym equipment. With time, this demand will surely pass, but while you wait let’s go over the fundamentals of home gym construction. In this article we’ll provide some ideas and best practices to consider when building your home gym from scratch.
Whether you’re hiring a contractor or doing the project yourself, a successful basement finish begins with the work you do ahead of time. Proper planning, budgeting, contingencies, and expectations will make the process seem seamless. In this article, we’ll cover a few steps to complete ahead of time before lumber gets dropped.
An unfinished basement is a blank canvas allowing you to span its uses from functional, extravagant, to in-home money makers. Understanding the type of renovator you are – the goals you have for your home in general – will directly impact the way you should design your new basement and the budget you dedicate to it. Before looking at a single photo for inspiration, pricing flooring or light fixtures, you must prioritize your objectives.