A typical unfinished 1950’s cement floor basement showed all the utilities and was only used for storage. The average ranch home of that era didn’t have a large living space on the main floor. These new owners could see the potential of additional living space for their small family in the basement.
  • By dividing the utilities from the living space and soffiting the ceiling ducts, the space is cleaned up to create a warmer and inviting room.
  • Carpet with an upgraded moisture resistant pad was used for the flooring and steps.
  • Ranch trim around the doors and stairway compliment the molding found in the original home.
  • The only original item to the basement is the handrail that was painted and reinstalled.

The space is currently being used for entertaining, home office, and play space for their daughter. What a great place to now enjoy!