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Basement Remodeling St. Louis

Basement remodeling can add significant living space to your home, while providing a healthy return on your investment as your home appreciates over time.

Kenny Terbrock Signature Build provides extraordinary basement remodeling in St. Louis – from the sublime to the sensational. Our St. Louis basement remodeling book includes some of the finest residences and include wine cellars, media rooms, “man caves,” home offices, and even the recreation of an old 19th century English pub.

Basement remodeling often encompasses the practical in terms of expanding living space, to the extremely personal – spaces and places for activities that do not exist elsewhere in your home.

Things to think about as you consider remodeling your basement:

  • How much additional living space do you want or need?
  • Would you like an additional bedroom or bathroom in the basement?
  • Does the basement of a walk-out? Windows?
  • Does your basement stay dry, and is there a sump pump/pit?
  • What are the primary activities or things you and your family will be doing in the basement?
  • Do you plan on moving in the next 3-5 years?
  • Have you thought about how much you are willing to invest relative to the current value of the home?
  • How have home values fared in your neighborhood or area in the last 3 years?

Visit the Basement, Wine Cellars, and Miscellaneous Portfolios of our website for ideas and samples of our work. For additional inspiration, be sure to visit us on Houzz to learn more about our St. Louis basement remodeling projects, as well as valuable information from leading designers, vendors, and other home remodeling experts.

Our team has extensive experience in all facets of basement remodeling, and a long list of satisfied clients who are happy to share the outcome of their St. Louis basement remodeling project with KTSB!

If you would like to discuss a possible St. Louis basement remodeling project, please contact us at (636) 928-6262 or simply email  and we will be happy to set-up a time to discuss your thoughts and ideas.

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