If you’re considering remodeling your basement, you should think about turning it into a wet bar. Aside from having an entertainment space at home, there are other benefits that renovation could bring, and most people don’t even think about them. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 9% of new houses in America have finished basements, meaning people will invest more money in a complete home. But there are other reasons to include a wet bar at home, so let’s discover them!

What is Wet Bar?

You might have heard the concept of a dry and wet bar, but as the name suggests, a wet bar includes plumbing. Therefore, you can have an icemaker, fridge, and even a microwave if the proper plumbing lines are installed. In contrast, a dry bar doesn’t include running water, meaning it’s just an area to keep liquor and prepare drinks.

What Are the Benefits?

The benefits of a wet bar – although it might be a significant investment – are incredible because including a plumbing line increases your house’s value and is just practical. If you decide to renovate your basement with a wet bar, you might be looking at a 77.6% ROI.

Another draw of wet bars is that it creates an entertainment area so the basement will turn from storage or unused space into a vital part of the house. Having a unique, open place to make food and drinks for guests has become increasingly popular, especially for people who love to host.

Another benefit is that you won’t have to go back and forth to clean, bring ice, or look for something else. People with dry bars might have noticed that they must return to the kitchen often to clean up or look for more ice. But a wet bar eliminates that hassle because you can add an icemaker and fridge, ensuring that drinks will always be cold.

Also, you can clean up everything right there. It’s almost like having a second kitchen area reserved especially for entertainment. This ensures people won’t be in your main kitchen, which might be too small. Overcrowding is a problem. But this issue will disappear with a wet bar in the basement!

Now that you know these benefits, it’s time to decide and renovate your basement. You’ll invite guests over, and it’s a solid investment. Give us a call today to get started.

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