The Renovation Company

will help you design a basement environment that you will enjoy for years to come.


If you have the space and budget, think about adding a basement bathroom, wet bar, and a tiled floor!


Basement Remodeling Services:

  • Basement Finishing
  • Basement Renovations
  • Basement Bathrooms
  • Suspended Ceilings
  • Basement Wet Bars
  • Tiled / Laminate Floors
  • Storage Rooms
  • Laundry Rooms
  • Basement Offices
  • Wood or Metal Framing

View some photos, learn a little about us, then contact us for a free estimate.

Before and After Basement Photos

Before and after photos of a basement renovation BEFORE: Look Familiar? Beat up old workbench, bare cinder block walls, hanging wires, exposed waste line, exposed rafters, concrete floor. AFTER: a gorgeous, finished entertainment area!
basement renovation before and after photos BEFORE: faux brick accent wall, 2x4 ceiling grids, inadequate lighting, and peel and stick floor. AFTER: 2 x 2 suspended ceiling with dimmable recessed lights, wall-wash accent lighting, molding enhancements, and laminate floor.
Basement renovation before and after Alternate before and after view
view of a finished basement shows ceiling, lighting, wall mounted flat screen tv, and laminate flooring View from the bar area shows a wall-mounted flat screen tv with concealed wiring and built-in shelving for video components
Finished basement with orange walls and tan ceramic tile 600 square foot basement in Harrington Park, NJ features bright orange walls, 16x16 tan ceramic floor tile drywall ceiling and recessed lighting on dimmers.

Egress.  It's an unfamiliar word.  But when it comes to your safety during a fire, it could be a life saver.


Egress is defined as "a path or opening for going out; exit."


Most basements have only one egress..a staircase leading up to the main living area.  With one way in and out, the danger is obvious.  You could become trapped in the basement if a fire blocks the staircase, your only means of escape and the only path for rescue.


If your basement renovation plans include a sleeping room, then an alternate means of egress is not an option, it is a requirement.  Municipalities follow the International Residential Codes (IRC) for egress compliance.  Section R310 of the IRC covers emergency rescue and escape requirements.


Some municipalities, such as Paramus, NJ, do not permit basement bedrooms under any conditions.  So check with your township building department before you plan a sleeping room in your basement.


To learn more about egress compliance CLICK HERE.



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