When comparing cost there are companies offering basement finishing systems and general contractors offering a traditional style of basement finishing.
When shopping for a basement finishing project you will encounter one of these 3 options.
1. Franchised Basement Finishing System Companies and The High Pressure Salesperson
We all know what this means. You got it, sales commissions, franchise fees and a lot of wasted money and unnecessary middlemen. We all have a budget and want to get the most from our hard earned money. We understand this all too well. This is why we are shedding light on this subject.
2. The General Contractor Using Traditional Building Materials
What we tend to hear from customers is that they just didn’t feel comfortable with most contractors that entered their home. The reasons are mostly lack of knowledge, non professional, not detailed in measurements and the big one is materials. This is commonly the case with most contractors. They are just that – general contractors and not basement finishing specialists.
3. KAKS Basement Finishing & Remodeling
Our cost is simple:
- You are not paying a sales commission or unnecessary fees
- We are Not a Franchise – saving you lots of money
- You are not dealing with a inexperienced general contractor
- You are getting the best possible pricing right out of the gate
- There is absolutely NO PRESSURE. It’s a big investment, take time to think about it
What this means to you is that there is NO:
- Wasted Time
- Uncalled for Negotiating
- Unwelcome Overstayed Presentations.
You are dealing with a reputable company with years of knowledge and experience. We are not a franchise and do not employ sales commisioned people.
And Here is Your Answer …
With us an average finished basement is about 500 square feet and costs between $24,000 – $29,000.
This is what you get when you eliminate sales commissions & franchise fees. A much better product at a much better price.
Please Note: This Includes Basement Finishing System Walls, Ceiling, Flooring, Doors And Hardware, Heat, Lighting And Electrical, And All Necessary Permits.
If you would like to get an idea of what YOUR basement should cost the way to measure is to take the area you are thinking about finishing and multiply the length X width.
For example lets say your room that you are thinking about finishing is 24 feet long X 12 feet wide. This would give you a room that is 288 square feet.