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Wherever your washer and dryer are located within the house can often become an eye-sore as no matter how often you do it, there is always more to sort, wash, or fold. That alone is an amazing reason to create a room in your basement that is designed specifically for doing laundry so that you can hide away the mess and keep the rest of your home clean and organized. Contact our team at Bright Homes today for all your unfinished basement ideas and needs!​


Benefits Of A Basement Laundry Room

Keeps Everything Organized

When you have a space solely dedicated to doing laundry, you are able to put into place storage and hanging areas that keep everything organized — not to mention keeping the mess of dirty laundry away from the rest of the house.

Increases Efficiency

Being able to sort, wash, and fold your laundry all in one space increases efficiency, making it easier to keep on top of it. Having this space separated helps you dedicate your time to it when needed, but also allows you to walk away.

Helps Reduce Water Damage

With the use of any water-filled appliance, there is always a chance for it to malfunction, overflow, or leak. However, placing your washing machine in the basement helps to reduce the amount of water damage possible in those times.

The Cost Of A Basement Laundry Room 

Creating a finished laundry room within your unfinished basement is not only a great use of space, but increases the value of the home for a reasonable upfront cost. Most basement laundry rooms that our team at Bright Homes has completed cost $6,000 on average — dependent on the exact materials and features you are looking to include. Contact our basement contractors today for a detailed estimate for your project!


What To Include In Your Basement Laundry Room

When including a laundry room in your basement finishing plans, you will most likely have the basics of insulation, drywall, flooring, as well as a washer and dryer included in your budget, but how do you take your laundry room to the next level? Below are just a few features that you should consider including in your basement laundry room design. Contact our team at Bright Homes today for additional ideas!

Laundry Chute

Enclosed Storage

Hampers / Baskets

Drying Racks

Pet Washing Station

Utility Sink

Fun Task Lighting

Tasteful Decor

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If you are interested in creating a laundry room out of your unfinished basement, it is important to find professionals that have the knowledge needed to properly install the plumbing and electrical components. This helps ensure that your appliances, lights, and plumbing fixtures function properly and will last for many years to come. Contact our team at Bright Homes today to get started!

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