The garden exterior of your basement hasn't covered windows. 12. Install a lot of insulation
It is essential to insulate your basement as you'll reside there. If you don't have enough insulation, your basement could become too warm and unpleasant to reside within. It is true that not all basements contain insulation in particular if the basement was previously a smaller space that you're now expanding. You should ensure that you include insulation that has the proper R-Value to the area you are expanding. The greater the R-Value of your insulation, the greater the insulation's effectiveness as well as the warmer the basement. Spray foam insulation, fiberglass and other wall paneling options are just a few of the possibilities to add insulation add to basement walls. Also, it is possible to engage the tree care services to remove any branches that block natural light coming into your basement. This may lead to colder temperatures.13. Unplug all cables and wires
Paneling is also a great option to get rid of any wiring or cables that may be exposed in the expansion of your basement. Many contractors and home builders didn't prep the basement to allow for expansion. There will likely wires and cables in your basement if it has been expanded. It is possible to hide these cables during the remodeling process, whether by adding additional wall panels, running them along the wall, or by using zip-ties and covering them with furniture.14. Find the Walls Hot
As you reach the final stage of the basement's expansion you're now able to begin thinking about the color and design you'd like to incorporate into your basement. Basements are notorious for being in the dark and cold. This is what sets the basement apart from other rooms. It is possible to use warm hues to counteract the cold and darker basement walls. Mahogany, red, and yellow are just a few of the possibilities. Also, you can choose an unmistakably black color; however, make sure there is at least one.