basement remodeling

There are many ways to increase your home’s square footage and enjoy more space. One of the best ways to do so is to finish your basement. According to remodeling experts, finishing your basement is 80% cheaper than buying a larger home. But, before you start your basement remodeling project, make sure you have the following tools on hand.

Tool Box Tools

When remodeling your basement, it goes without saying that you have to have a standard toolbox on hand. The standard toolbox comes with various tools that are valuable when finishing your basement. For instance, you have a crowbar that you can use as leverage to lift and move heavy items or pull out wrongly-placed nails. Your toolbox should also have items like a regular hammer, sledgehammer, and tape measure. Ensuring your toolbox is well-equipped ensures that you don’t have to keep running back to the store when you discover that you don’t have something you need.

Wall Framing Tools

Finishing your basement can also involve tools for framing walls. One such tool is a chalk line, in which you need to mark the floor and rafters so you know where to place your bottom plate and top plate, respectively. Other tools for framing walls include a plumb bob, a framing nailer, and a level. A plumb bob acts as a vertical reference line or plumb line, a framing nailer is used on your framing lumber, while a level helps you ensure that something is level when it needs to be.

Other Essential Tools

There are many other tools you may need to use during your basement remodeling project. For instance, you might need a power saw for cutting through the tough stuff and a drill with various functions, such as driving screws and drilling holes. Depending on whether your basement remodeling project is minor or major, you may also need a wire stripper and a line tester which are useful when wiring a basement. The good news is most of these tools aren’t difficult to use, and you can always find the information and help you need to use these tools correctly.

With these tools, you should be able to transform your basement into a man cave, an extra bedroom, or whatever basement remodeling idea suits your lifestyle. Contact us today to discover how you can make the most of your basement remodeling project with the help of professionals.

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