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Basement Remodeling Contractors in Detroit, MI

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Prescreened Basement Finishing Companies in Detroit, MI

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West Mack Group, LLC
(734) 991-9142
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall Installs
  • General Contractor
  • Roofing
  • Framing
Reviews
10-18-2017
Colleen L. in Saint Clair Shores, MI

"Respectful and friendly group. Concerned at all times on quality and satisfaction. Communicated well throughout project. Will utilize again. "

Rozafa Contractors, Inc.
(313) 230-9232
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Work - Stonework
  • Inside Carpentry - Finished Capentry
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Kitchen Remodeling - Granite Countertops
  • Painting - Finished Basements
Reviews
05-20-2019
Katie W. in Bloomfield Hills, MI

"Sam and his employees did an excellent job on our bathroom. They were super fast, detail oriented, and tidy. Any issues that arose were We are ...remedied quickly. very happy with the results! "

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Impressive Basements
References Available
(734) 991-9738
Areas of Expertise
  • Basement Remodels
Nothaft Carpentry
(866) 389-6928
Areas of Expertise
  • Trim Work- Install base, crown, casings moldings - interior and exterior
  • Doors and Windows- Specializing in pocket door repairs, installation of interioir,exterior doors and every type of window
  • Deck Builds
Reviews
09-07-2008
Gary W. in Detroit, MI

"Excellent and exemplary work. I would have no problem with recommending Mr. Nothaft to anyone. "

Reyba Construction, LLC
(313) 230-9512
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen remodel
  • bathroom remodel
  • basement finishing
  • roofing
  • windows
Reviews
09-11-2017
Connie B. in Highland Park, MI

"They were excellent they fixed everything that the last contractor messed up and made it look like nothing ever happened I was proud of there ...service "

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XP Construction, LLC
(734) 991-8964
Areas of Expertise
  • Interior & Exterior Renovations
Reviews
12-12-2016
Teresa L. in Sterling Heights, MI

"I would recommend XP Construction for a remodel. They were punctual, reasonably priced and provided excellent customer service. Our kitchen ...looks beautiful. We are already planning on having them remodel our bathroom. "

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The Fix It Friends
(866) 573-0087
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman services
  • Kitchen and bathroom remodels
  • Finishing basements
  • Plumbing, electrical, gutters, painting, flooring, furniture assembly, tv mounting
  • Door and window repair
Reviews
11-01-2018
kim T. in Detroit, MI

"Professional. "

Huber Remodeling and Construction, LLC
(734) 448-3269
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling and Renovation
  • Kitchens, Bathrooms, Basements
Reviews
09-05-2016
Mary W. in Livonia, MI

"Always on time. Very courteous. Offered good suggestions. Kept me informed with smallest details. Very good work. "

Tilley Construction, Inc.
(313) 230-9468
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Reviews
08-07-2018
J F. in Clinton Township, MI

"Very charismatic, polite and charming contractor. Always concerned for the client's safety and will quickly point out items in need of or ...repair replacement to maintain the integrity of the home. Will provide visions of how your home could be improved to provide the lifestyle and beauty you'll enjoy and be proud of. Very responsive to any concerns, changes or additions to the contract. By the time the job is completed you will feel like family. "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Detroit, Michigan

D.A.C.O. Construction and Home Improvement, Inc.
19111 W. Ten Mile Rd. Ste. #212
Southfield, MI 48075
Woodmaster Kitchens
24420 Harper Ave.
Saint Clair Shores, MI 48080
Pointe Realty & Aec
4609 Clinton Dr.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Mitch Harris Building Company, Inc.
211 N. 1st St. Ste. 100
Brighton, MI 48116
Econo Design and Construction, Inc.
19505 Grandview St.
Detroit, MI 48219

Things to Consider Before You Start Your Basement Makeover:

  • What features do you want in your basement?

    Bathroom(s)
    Laundry
    Bedroom(s)
    Office
    Exercise Area
    Separate Apartment
    Game Room
    Stairway
    Home Theater
    Storage
    Kitchen
    Workshop
  • What type of design preparation has been done?
  • My basement is currently:
  • What is the square footage of your basement?

Ideas & Inspiration from Detroit Addition & Remodeling Contractors


Detroit Basement Remodel

It's not hard to understand why basement remodels are one of the wisest major home improvements you can undertake: It provides the same benefits and extra living space as a home addition, at a fraction of the cost. Naturally, this translates into a home improvement that can pay dividends when it comes time to sell your home. It's impossible to predict just how much of a difference it might make with the current housing crisis, but there's a decent chance if you're willing to wait for the market to rebound, you'll be in good shape.

Three Steps

  • Basement Prep: Many homeowners who have an unfinished basement use their basement for storage. It makes sense until you decide to remodel and realize just what a mess you have on your hands. Naturally, the basement must be cleared out before it can remodeled. You might be able to find a full-service Detroit basement remodeling company who will take care of this for you, but it's usually not the best option. If you simply can't or don't want to clean the basement out yourself, you can hire a cleaning company to come in before the more technically-skilled contractors arrive. Most homeowners just bite the bullet and do it themselves.

  • Basement Waterproofing: Your contractor will have his or her hands full with a different form of basement prep. Before the drywall, flooring, wiring, and plumbing is installed, your basement must be "waterproofed." Different basements have different moisture levels, but nearly all have sufficient moisture to require waterproofing to protect the investment and longevity of your remodeling features. A number of different areas can be involved in waterproofing process including new gutters, better lawn drainage, ventilation, and fixing any interior leaks. The extent of these projects and the current condition of your basement can greatly affect the final cost of your project.

  • Basement Remodeling: Once your basement has been ridden of moisture, the meat of your remodeling project can begin. Concrete staining is a great idea for floors and is becoming more popular every day as homeowners realize how much potential their concrete floors have. You may also need to upgrade your insulation to create the same cozy atmosphere as the main floor of your home. Next, drywall is a must for decorating purposes. And, of course, with the insulation and drywall generally comes a custom electrical wiring scheme that will enable to hook up any number of big screen TVs, computers, stereos, etc. Likewise, new plumbing will give you such options as an additional bathroom, a wet bar, an improved laundry space, or other features. Basement remodeling is, by definition, a customized project. Tell your contractor what you want to use your basement for, and they'll create the space for you.
Contractors
As always, talking to multiple contractors and checking references are the primary vehicles to finding a competent contractor with the best estimate for your job. Follow up these initial contacts with a review of HomeAdvisor's contractor ratings page or a similar service, such as the Better Business Bureau.

Once you've found a basement renovation contractor you can trust, you'll find the stress of the job decreases exponentially. It may not disappear, however. Basement waterproofing is a notoriously imprecise area of the home improvement industry. Sometimes it can be like trying to diagnose a patient whose only symptom is chest pain. Still, the best contractors will always be upfront about potential obstacles and let you know throughout the process how the project is progressing.

But don't take our word for it. Here are some of the things Motown homeowners told us about their experience with Detroit basement renovation contractors:

"It is best to have a very good idea of what you expect in mind before beginning to look for estimates. We found that the more uncertain we seemed about this project, the more the dollar signs appeared in the eyes of the contractors giving us estimates."

"Finding someone who is trustworthy may be time-consuming, but it really pays off in the end!"