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This is a story about an unfinished basement. And about a time-lapse I started one year before. The ultimate before-and-after.
The basement was badly in need of repairs. We installed all new systems and detailed the space to our modern lifestyle. I worked closely with the contractors, doing much of the finish work myself. Here’s what we all accomplished that spring and summer….and fall. Please like, share and subscribe!
How and why did I do this? If you know me, this project was inevitable. If you don’t, get to know me at http://chodosinc.com or see some of my photos on Instagram at http://chodosphotos.com
From a hand drawn concept on paper to the finished rooms, watch how this cavernous space turns into home-sweet-home through my lens across 5 spectacular minutes.
First things first – the original boiler, which was cracked and leaking, was replaced with a super-efficient on-demand water heater. Efficiency went from 55% to 96%. The plumbing was intentionally planned to be tight into the wall so we could build a closet around this utility in the future.
A year goes by, we saved up and construction begins. We cleaned out the space, and the crew comes in for water mitigation and sealing, then rigid foam insulation and flat studs to make up the walls.
Trenching a drain line and getting the new drain buried and reformed with concrete gets smoothed over. Framing continues on the inside walls, and rough plumbing comes in to complete the sink and laundry connections. Rough electrical is also completed and the recessed lights get roughed in.
You might catch a glance of me using the leftover rigid foam to make an attic box seal for more energy savings. I try to avoid waste whenever possible, but I admit that dumpster got full fast.
The ceiling insulation is completed with blown-in cellulose, a recycled material that’s cost-effective and sound reducing. We avoided spray-foam insulation with concerns about it’s chemical content and higher cost.
Finally, the drywall installation covers a week and a half of cutting, trimming, mudding, taping, sanding and spray coating. Oh so messy.
Permits get signed off. New electrical panel replaces the rusted old 100amp to a modern 200amp board. Doors get pre-hung and trimmed.
With the walls complete, the kitchenette cabinets that supply the laundry center get installed. We had to figure out cabinet placement a bit, but it worked out well.
And now the stairs – from the original orange shag rug carpet to clean and natural oak treds, finished with a modern rail line tie off the connection of the two spaces. The risers and trim were replaced as well.
The floor in the main room got a good scraping and was coated with a water sealant. I jumped in to paint the room before adding the subfloor to keep it clean. Then I installed a subfloor system with a raised bottom for extra moisture protection and it also keeps the floor modular. A solid surface countertop was installed (poorly, I had to redo it when they left, oye).
Then I began the tedious process of tiling the backsplash. My family gave me some awesome leftover tiles that were just enough to fit – sweet! I had to be careful to get the layout exactly right. They are tiny glass, and I was only left with a handful at the end. Worked out perfectly.
The poured concrete floored was leveled with a compound for a smooth tile installation – I chose 12×24 porcelain tiles, and they need a very flat surface for a good adhesion and lippage clearance. Tiling took about a week. The laundry functioned the entire time, and notice it was tiled around over those drying days.
All the contractors were done, so it was up to me to get this the lists of to-do’s done. So here we go – I need paint brushes, rollers, my coveralls and some tape. Lots of tape. What else?
I painted and sanded for what felt like months. Wait – it WAS months. I spread this work out over time since, well, I have many other jobs that don’t involve painting. The walls were patched and sanded and all the trim as well. We used non-VOC paint and natural sealants to keep the chemicals at bay (best we can).
The stairs trees were sanded and clear coated with a natural sealer. The stair riser painting finally gets finished with sanding, patching and about 4 coats of paint later, the brown is gone, the tape came off. Carpet installation caps off the last bits before we moved back in.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Enter the interlude of various before and after angles that reveal the drastic transformation of this space.