Basement Remodeling

Koura Remodeling, a Class A contractor,  started the business as a flipping business, basement renovations are a natural fit for the services offered. With experience in all aspects of home renovation and remodeling,  we are well-equipped to handle the unique challenges and opportunities presented by basement renovation projects. With every step of the way, the owner is involved to ensure communication and expectations are set right.

Basement renovations can transform a dark and dreary space into a functional and attractive living area. Whether the goal is to create a home office, a home gym, or a family room, a basement renovation can add valuable square footage to a home and increase its overall value. With the right contractor business at the helm, homeowners can trust that their basement renovation project will be completed to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship.

We really strongly believe in making Your Home, YOUR DREAM HOME.

Here are four bullet points describing our process:

We will start by assessing the existing basement space to determine what renovations are required. This will involve checking the condition of the walls, floors, ceiling, electrical wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems.

Once the assessment is complete, we will work with the homeowner to plan and design the renovation, possibly through our affiliated Architects. This may involve creating 3D models of the proposed design, selecting materials and fixtures, and obtaining any necessary permits.

With the design finalized, we begin the demolition process to remove any existing fixtures, walls, or floors that need to be replaced or modified. Once the demolition is complete, the construction phase will begin, which involves framing, installing electrical and plumbing systems, insulating, and finishing the walls and floors.

After the construction is complete, we add the finishing touches to the basement renovation. This may involve installing lighting fixtures, flooring, cabinetry, countertops, and appliances. Finally, the head of the project, usually the owner, will inspect the renovation to ensure that it meets all safety and building code requirements before handing over the finished space to the homeowner.