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American Academy Of Underwater Education
(314) 209-7200
12464 Natural Bridge Road
Hazelwood, MO

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Lauer Construction Inc
(636) 928-9784
98 Harvest Drive
Saint Charles, MO

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Repair Masters Construction
(314) 872-7714
110 Weldon Pkwy
Maryland Heights, MO
 
Hoffman Mark C
(314) 205-9999
11824 Ameling Rd
Maryland Heights, MO
 
Paul Davis Restoration Of Greater St Louis
(314) 567-0001
155 Weldon Pkwy
Maryland Heights, MO
 
JadeMask Bamboo Flooring Group
3144941826
4579 Laclede Ave, #336
Saint Louis, MO

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Building Services Inc
(314) 644-5943
2011 Yale Ave
Saint Louis, MO
 
Vantage Construction Company
(314) 770-2400
507 Fee Fee Rd
Maryland Heights, MO
 
Innovative Remodeling Systems Inc
(314) 993-1184
155 Weldon Pkwy
Maryland Heights, MO
 
O'Brien John
(314) 995-6001
2497 Adie Rd
Maryland Heights, MO
 
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Inexpensive Ways to Finish Your Basement

Written by Matthew C. Keegan  //  2011/12/29  //  Basement  //  No comments

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Save money on your home improvement project.

Home renovation projects can prove costly, requiring you to tap your savings or take out a home equity loan to pay for the work. Finishing your basement won’t come cheaply, but it can done with a certain amount of thrift and without you settling for poorly made supplies or equipment.

The following are the steps you can take to help you accomplish the job:

1. Set the parameters for your project. First things first! Write down what you want your finished basement to look like. If you’re transforming a cellar and want to turn it into a fully functional room, then you need to identify what you will need to make your dreams become a reality. Flooring, ceiling panels, dry wall, extending duct work, installing electrical lines and perhaps replacing the stairs may be part of your plans. Or, it could be as simple as reclaiming one section of the basement and turning it into a storage closet or TV room.

2. Assemble a team. Hire a contractor and your project may cost you a mint. Oversee the job yourself and you can guide it every step of the way. Tap people you know who have the skills to handle various tasks and you can hold down your costs. Plumbers and electricians need to be licensed, therefore your friends who do this work should have current licensing available. You may be able to handle carpentry tasks yourself or work with others who can help you out. Discuss your plans with your team and seek their input. Determine an amount that you can pay everyone and negotiate that cost before finalizing your details. Contact your insurance company to ensure that everyone who sets foot on your property is covered if injured. You may need to buy a rider to cover the work being done.

3. Visit city hall. If you live in an incorporated area, expect to submit your plans to your city’s building department for approval. Obtain the necessary forms, pay the required fees and post your permit in a visible area of your home. Ensure that your project meets the town’s requirements and expect a visit from the building inspector once your job is done. Have a fall back plan in place in case some aspect of the job doesn’t pass muster. You may need to call on one of your friends to make the needed change to help your home pass inspection.

4. Seek wholesale prices. Building supplies can be extremely costly, but discounted prices are available for contractors. Your electrician, plumber and carpenter may be able to procure what you need at a reduced price, shopping at wholesalers that are not open to the general public. Save money on supplies, paying much less than what you would if you were to shop at a home improvement store.

5. Use remaindered items. You can save on supplies by choosing remaindered or discarded items. Check with your local thift store to find shel...

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