Living Space/Basement

Basements have great potential for extra living space, but they can be a tricky design challenge. Many of us use our basements as dumping ground for things we don’t use every day, and this makes it hard to convert a basement into another room.


Your needs and wants:

If you’ve decided to build a custom basement in Denver, there are a few key factors to keep in mind:

Some people love the idea of a second living room or basement media center, while others want a comfortable guest room. We help our clients balance their needs and wants to ensure that they get the best living space possible.

If you’re thinking of remodeling your basement, call Remarc today. We’ll stick with you from the design to the reveal, and you’ll know you’re working with the best Denver remodeling service.


It’s an unfortunate fact that our bank accounts limit most of us. We can help you find the best quality fittings and finishes within your price range. There’s nothing worse than a project that goes over budget, especially if you’ve already committed your maximum amount. That’s why we always add a contingency fund to our budget to cover any unexpected costs.

Structural issues:

Basements are notorious for being damp and dark. If you have any structural problems, like cracks in your foundation or creeping water damage, you need to address them before the renovation.


Not all flooring is suitable for basements due to their high moisture levels. We don’t recommend carpets or certain laminates—they can be a breeding ground for toxic mold. We’ll help you choose the right material for your situation.