Today cellars serve a multitude of different purposes. In addition to being invaluable for storage, they are increasingly being used for hobbies and also as full time living areas. Because of this, there is an ever-greater need for basement windows, which, thanks to modern techniques, can be effortlessly installed in both new constructions as well as renovations.
As a transition between the ground and the building, this component is essential in the construction of a basement. But how is such a ground floor slab actually built? What are their advantages and what variants are there? In the following blog post, we will answer these questions.
More often than not, basements are stereotyped as cold, dark and dingy storage spaces, but this doesn’t have to be the case. The possibilities basements offer are endless. Part 1 explored wine bars, home cinemas and spa rooms, here we’ll be looking and a few other great options.
Have you ever thought about transforming your basement from a boring storage space to a wine bar, cinema or secluded spa? Here’s our first instalment of the best ways to give your basement the ‘wow’ factor