Attics to Basements Building & Renovations, Inc.
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Attics to Basements is a full service Minneapolis home remodeling contractor. Our skilled team of craftsmen, interior designers, draftsman, and subcontractors specialize in remodeling residential projects such as home additions, kitchens, bathrooms, whole house remodels, basements, second story additions, attics, garages, and more. Our team has the experience and expertise to help you realize your dream in design and see it through completion. We believe the remodeling process can be fun and enjoyable, with the final results being a wonderfully done space that you can enjoy for a lifetime.

Attics to Basements Building and Renovations is an EPA RRP Lead Certified Firm, and is a fully licensed and insured service construction company specializing in residential construction projects, all while holding an A+ rating with the BBB. This year (2016) marks 10 years in business, Attics to Basements concentrates on residential construction and remodeling. As a local remodeling contractor, we think it is important to give back to the community, we do this by raising money for the local food shelf, working on fundraisers with the United Way and involved in our local Chamber of Commerce.
“I would like to personally say thank you for considering us to work on your home”
As owner of Attics to Basements David Vinje is a NARI certified remodeler, Certified aging in place Specialist, and a certified home energy auditor. Has 18 years of experience remodeling and building homes. Visit our main website here.

Services Provided
Bathroom Remodeling, Custom Homes, Deck Building, Kitchen Remodeling, Remodeling, Siding Repair & Installation, Window Installation

Areas Served
Albertville, Anoka, Big Lake, Champlin, Dayton, Elk River

Certifications and Awards
NARI certified remodelerCertified aging in place specialistTop 40 under the age of 40 by Professional remodeler magazine 2011certified home energy auditor
Contact: Attics to Basements
Location: Elk River, MN 55330
License Number: BC630545
Commented: Sealing basement concrete floor to reduce moisture migration A new house should have 6mil poly under the floor and sealed at the foundation. Otherwise use a concrete sealer.
in Basements  
Commented: Very rough new concrete- will it last? WOW, being a contractor in the Twin Cities, I can say for sure that water, salt, and freezing will destroy that in a couple years. This is not to mention I don't think they knew what they are doing at...
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Commented: Unheated basement finish...other issue As well Call a HVAC Professional to come and give you a bid for heating the space.
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Commented: Water pooling drain tile to under ground drywells Create a swale to get the water to travel away create a pitch for the grade 1' for every 6' make sure the downspout from your gutters carry the water away from this...
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Commented: Does it matter how far the tile extends from the bathtub? Attach a picture of the finished product and the design. It is hard to say with just reading what you posted.
in Bathrooms  
Commented: Does this wall seem load bearing? It doesn't look like it would be load bearing, especially if that is the framing below it. The truss design looks to be made to do a full span but we always send them in to our structural engineer we ...
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