Basement Renovations

Cheam Lake Enterprises offers a full range of basement renovation services in the Chilliwack area.  We can handle all types of basement renovations and remodelling, including areas such as bathtubs, showers, sinks, faucets, showerheads, and more.

Before You Start Renovating Your Basement

Renovating your basement is a great way to add value to your home — both for your family’s daily living and for future resale.

Before you decide to go ahead with a renovation, it’s critical to have a good idea of any underlying problems that could cause unwelcome and costly surprises. Taking time to find problems before you start your renovation will save you money, protect the indoor air quality and preserve the durability and structure of your home.

Why Renovate Your Basement?

Renovating your basement is a great way to add value to your home — both for your family’s daily living and for future resale.. Working with a professional contractor ensures that you get the knowledge, the technical expertise and the commitment to customer satisfaction necessary to take your renovation from idea to successful completion.

Our Basement Renovation Process

We recommend that all of our clients go through the following basement renovation checklist before starting any project:

  1. Set Your Priorities
    If you’re planning on renovating different areas or rooms in your home, rank them in order of importance and which ones should be tackled first.
  2. Know What’s Possible
    Everything may look great on paper, but consider the impact of your intended renovations.  Can your current plumbing or electrical systems handle new additions to your home?  Will they pass local building codes and by-laws?  Consult with one of our experienced contractors and get professional advise about what is possible.
  3. Set a Budget
    Consider how much you want to spend on your basement renovation project. We can work with any budget you have in mind, and can provide options for design and materials for any budget-sensitive projects.
  4. Choose Professionals
    Doing it yourself isn’t always the best option. Are you prepared to draw up your own plans, get your own permits, and schedule inspections? How much time can you spend away from your regular job, your family, and other commitments?