Do you want to turn your basement into a functional space? Do you want to increase the value of your home? Do you want to take that dark, dingy place in your home and make it livable? Do you want to do any of these things, but your ceilings are too low? Then Basement Lowering DC is your answer!
Depending on what you'd like to do with that space, we use basement lowering techniques to make your basement livable. Housing codes in DC mandate certain ceiling heights. So we dig down as far as we need to in order to meet that code and you're left with a beautiful new living space where only a wet, dark, dingy space used to be. In some situations we use Underpinning to secure your foundation. Other times, we don't need to use Underpinning. The method we actually use use to lower your basement is based on regulations, your goals for the space, and your budget. Basement Lowering DC (sometimes called Underpinning) is a process that will significantly increase the value of your home and will create an amazing living space in your basement. If you want to rent out your space and create a new apartment, then call Basement Lowering DC today!
Turn your unfinished basement into a beautiful and functional living space that can be enjoyed by your or rented out as an apartment.
If you have cracks in your foundation or if you want to create a full height basement, contact us because we are experts in all aspects of foundation repair.
We are experts at Basement Waterproofing here in DC. We are specialists in both interior and exterior waterproofing methods.
Basement Lowering is an practical and cost-effective way to increase your basement's living space so that you can increase the value of your home, or create a source of income by renting it out as an nice apartment. With the high cost of living and the limited amount of real estate in Washington, DC, lowering your basement is a great way to go!
Bench Footing also creates new living space in your home's basement. Bench Footing is a process where we lower the basement and add more structural support to your home's foundation. New walls are created by digging down to just above the home's footings, creating a bench between the wall and the floor.