Finishing Your Basement Walls:
At Home with Furring, Shims and Plumb by Pamela Cole Harris
In the past, many homes were built with unfinished basements and the homeowner used them for storage, utility rooms or game rooms with large amounts of space being unused or just “there”. You may have bought one yourself and now, with the high price of new housing, you are looking to expand your current house to meet your family’s needs. That unused basement seems be the answer!
Want to do it yourself? You should begin by finishing the basement walls. Easy, right? Just slap up some drywall and tape! Wrong! Here’s how to do it correctly:
You are now ready for a wide range of decorating options: bedroom, play room, den, family room, game room, bonus room, office, gym, or workshop.
The choice is yours! The style is yours! Have fun!