A comfortable house is always identified with a large house with spacious land and classic luxury design. If the upstairs spaces could use an extra bedroom, a dining or entertaining area, or even something as specialized as a music studio or office space taking the unused area in a finished basement and creating those rooms in it is a great and easy alternative to trying to rearrange or even remodel the rest of the house to suit these needs.
As safety regulations demand, you must have a window in the basement bedroom that also serves for natural ventilation, but if there are no such requirements and you don’t have an opening on a facade, you must invest in an air conditioner split system.
Warmth and noise – During hot summer days, the basement bedroom will keep the temperature cool and it will be the most pleasant room for sleep, but in the cold winter day and night the earth layers around the basement will not be enough to keep the place warm.
Unlike other rooms where space might be tight, basement designs usually have room to spare, so your furniture can be oversized and chunky to help fill them up. Sectionals are a great way to avoid an empty-looking room, and they provide plenty of seating for when guests come to visit.
That’s why several companies offer complete basement finishing systems that include waterproof wall panels, moisture-proof drop ceilings, mold-proof PVC moldings and water-resistant underfloor systems; everything to reduce the risk from water damage.