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Basement Renovation Toronto

Virtual Homes basement renovation services guarantee a finished basement that meets and surpasses your expectations. Our professional contractors in the Toronto area have years of experience renovating residential and commercial basements. We specialize in customizing basements with quality materials that will best suit your needs.

Renovate your basement into a family room, an entertainment unit, a place for socializing with your friends, an additional living area or kitchen, a home gym or simply a storage place. No matter what you need in your basement renovation, our contractors will turn them into a reality.

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Skilled Basement Renovation Contractors

Our general contractors specialize in home basement renovations. With years of experience under our belt, we use some of the latest technologies in home renovation and modern design practices. If you would like to learn more about our basement renovation services in Toronto, give us a call today to see how we can transform your dream into a reality.

We guarantee a finished basement that is waterproofed, fireproofed, built for energy efficiency, mold-free, and backed by a warranty. Virtual Homes only employs trusted contractors with demonstrated experience in basement renovations, quality craftsmanship and glowing recommendations.

Virtual Homes Basement Services

Don’t let that basement space go to waste. Sit down with us to discuss what you have in mind for your basement renovation, and we will lay out a plan that closely resembles your requirements. We have previously worked with clients for basement renovations that involved simple remodelling to complex renovations.

Virtual Homes offers custom basement design and remodelling in Toronto. Explore the various kinds of basement renovations options at your disposal:

  • Basement home theatre room
  • Basement entertainment area
  • Basement gym/ workout space
  • Basement bar
  • Basement kitchen
  • Basement family room
  • Basement sauna/spa

We work to ensure your basement renovation project is completed on schedule and within your budget. Our contractors are WSIB and liability insured so that you do not have to worry about complications during the renovation process.

How Much Does Renovating a Basement Cost?

The exact figure depends on several factors such as the complexity of the work, materials, location, and labour. However, on average, basement renovations can cost anywhere between $10,000 to 30,000.

Depending on the plan and the task’s complexity, a custom basement renovation will take between four to six weeks.

At Virtual Homes, we believe in transforming dusty basements into liveable areas that all members of your family can efficiently utilize. We see the potential in your basement and truly believe that with the right set of contractors, tools and mindset, we can revive your Toronto basement into a space fit for hosting family and friends.

Basement Renovation Process

1. Assess Your Basement Finishing

The first step in the Basement Renovation Process is to assess your Basement Finishing. This will help ensure your project is completed as efficiently and effectively as possible while avoiding significant problems resulting in a costly repair bill down the line.

First, you should look at the structure of your foundation to see if it requires any work or repairs. If so, this should be done before any other work begins on your Basement Renovations because structural issues can affect everything else during this stage. There are a few things you want to check for here:

  • Check for mould growth on walls and surfaces. If significant amounts of mould grow on a wall or surface (more than just small spots), this may indicate a severe moisture problem with your insulation system. This moisture issue will require immediate attention before the mould spreads further throughout the rest of your home!
  • Ensure all electrical outlets have been removed from walls where electrical work has been done, so no one gets injured by accidentally touching exposed wires when moving furniture around later on during our Basement Renovation process.
2. Prepare Your Budget

You need to know how much you can afford to spend on your Basement Renovation. It’s essential to set a budget before you start so that you don’t overspend and end up with a Basement Finishing that isn’t worth what it costs to build. A home renovation calculator is helpful for creating your budget, but there are also many other ways to figure out how much money you’ll need.

You may want to start by finding out how much it would cost to buy the suitable materials for what you want in your finished basement. That way, when it comes time to purchase the materials themselves, at least one part of your project will already be ready! It would be best if you also estimated how long each step will take based on previous experience with similar projects. You can also speak with people who’ve gone through similar Basement Renovations in their own homes (and make sure these estimates don’t include any breaks).

3. Create Your Design and Layout

Before you get started on the installation itself, it’s essential to take some time to consider your design and layout. The size of your family is a central factor when considering what type of space would work best for you and how many people will use it. If this is going to be a living room or entertainment area in addition to a recreation room, then you may want more options than simply installing an air hockey table or putting up bookshelves.

The purpose of the basement also dictates what kind of furniture and accessories you should use. Certain styles might not be appropriate if it’s meant for exercise equipment or other sports activities. If it’s just going to serve as storage space for unused items (mattresses), then there won’t be much point in purchasing expensive couches that won’t get much use in this case!

It’s also important to consider the size and shape of your basement and finishing—some are rectangular while others are more square-shaped; some have windows, and others don’t have any natural light. This can affect which types of activities take place within those walls (e.g., ping pong tables versus pool tables), so make sure that each part plays its part well within its designated area! 

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