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Basement Finishing Belton MO

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Total Basement Finishing of Johnson County
(877) 248-5257
4820 Oakview Street
Shawnee, KS
Services
Basement Finishing
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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Brown Restoration, Inc.
(816) 322-2600
702 Keen
Raymore, MO
Services
Disaster Restoration, Kitchen remodeling, Roofing, Windows, Skylights, Bathroom remodeling, Doors, Basement remodeling, Additions
Company Information
Years in Business : 13 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Preferred Kitchens & Baths of Leawood
Leawood
2012 W. 104th St.
Leawood, MO
Services
Kitchen remodeling, Decks & Porches, Disaster Restoration, Cabinets, Flooring, Tiling, Basement remodeling, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Cleaning service, Carpenters, Additions, Bathroom remodeling
Company Information
Years in Business : 20 Years
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License # : No License Provided

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Carlson Handyman & Repairs LLC
(816) 808-5421
8610 Raytown Rd.
Kansas City, MO
Services
Siding, Handyman, Kitchen remodeling, Carpenters, Bathroom remodeling, Decks & Porches, Architects & Designers, Windows, Home Builders, Additions, Basement remodeling, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Disaster Restoration, Flooring, Tiling
Company Information
Years in Business : 38 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Ashley-Lavender Builder's L.L.C.
(913) 642-3337
18830 Quivira
Spring Hill, MO
Services
Architects & Designers, Home Builders, Basement remodeling, Additions, Bathroom remodeling
Company Information
Years in Business : 50 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Brackmann Construction, Inc.
(816) 318-4147
1418 N. Scott
Belton, MO
Services
Kitchen remodeling, Basement remodeling, Mold Remediation, Additions, Bathroom remodeling, Architects & Designers, Disaster Restoration
Company Information
Years in Business : 20 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Starr Homes LLC
(913) 663-4548
6418 College Blvd.
Overland Park, MO
Services
Kitchen remodeling, Home Builders, Bathroom remodeling, Basement remodeling
Company Information
Years in Business : 10 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Scovell-Wolfe & Assoc.
(816) 361-5959
8035 Ward Pkwy. Plaza
Kansas City, MO
Services
Basement remodeling, Bathroom remodeling, Kitchen remodeling, Additions
Company Information
Years in Business : 20 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Aldrich Contracting Co.
(913) 649-3544
9801 W. 106th St.
Overland Park, MO
Services
Sunrooms, Kitchen remodeling, Basement remodeling, Bathroom remodeling, Additions
Company Information
Years in Business : 8 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Standard Improvement Company
(816) 931-7100
1414 Westport Rd.
Kansas City, MO
Services
Kitchen remodeling, Bathroom remodeling, Basement remodeling, Additions
Company Information
Years in Business : 60 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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HandymanWire - Basement Finishing Questions and Answers



Furring Strips

Read a response to question on building recreation room in basement with interest.
What would you think of using furring strips onto cinder block walls to attach sheetrock to? If using furring strips, would they leave enough room to run wiring and for electric boxes in the walls?


What part of the country do you live in. If it gets cold in the winters and heating bills add up, I would recommend stud walls rather than furring strips. Just because you can pack R-19 or R-21 in there. But I have seen a lot of articles using furring strips. (they often use the poly insulation boards between the strips) Will the furring strips leave enough room for electric boxes, though? Not the standard variety. But have you ever seen the ones mounted on the outside of the walls? The wire runs in channels and the boxes are mounted to the wall. I have never gone that route, but check out the options (at home depot for instance) and you can get an idea of what they look like. For standard wiring you would need a 2x4 wall. (you can use 2x3's even, but build the wall away from the blocks to give you the clearance.


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