Basement Finishing and Remodeling Contractor

-Finished Basements Starting at $199 a Month*-
Serving New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania

Basement Finishing and Remodeling Contractor

We offer expert basement finishing and remodeling services – from design through installation – for those on a budget as well as custom creations, including home gyms, wet bars, kitchens, bathrooms, home theaters, and more. Learn more.
We’ve completed thousands of basement finishing projects throughout New Jersey, and Bucks and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania. View pictures of our finished basement projects for design ideas for your basement remodel.
The Basic Basement Co. is an award-winning provider of basement finishing, as well as home remodeling and maintenance services, including bathrooms, kitchens, plumbing, and more – for homeowners throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. Learn about our history and what makes us a highly-referred company.
When you’re ready to move forward with your basement finishing project, contact us to schedule your free, in-home basement finishing estimate and learn how we can turn your previously unfinished basement into a usable and comfortable living area.

New Jersey based basement finishing and home remodeling company, The Basic Basement Co., acknowledged with local services marketplace, Angi, Super Service Award for 11th time.

There are key differences between boilers and water heaters. Before deciding between a boiler vs. water heater for your home, carefully consider your needs. Boilers are expensive and difficult to install, but they can be a long-lasting option if the home doesn’t currently have a dedicated heating source, and can also be used to heat water for use throughout the home. Water heaters are a more affordable choice that can be installed with relative ease, though these appliances cannot function as a heating source. Learn about differences in functionality and maintenance between boilers and water heaters that could impact which type of water heating system you install.


Cork flooring is an ideal material for specific situations, including moisture-prone areas, such as basement floors, kitchen floors, and bathroom floors. And, while thick cork flooring is more expensive, it lasts longer and stands up to daily wear and tear. Learn about cork flooring and the benefits it offers in a finished basement and bathroom or kitchen remodel.

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