The basement is an integral part of our home and it is also a place that is often neglected. After having a basement remodel, there are many things that need to be addressed, and it is usually not an easy process.
I hate doing the basement remodel. I have never been one for a remodel, and I’ve had a few remodels in the past, but my current basement renovation is a disaster. I’ve had to spend the last two months doing all kinds of DIY’s, including ripping out a closet that had gone over the edge. But it isn’t just the remodel itself that is a disaster.
Ive been remodeling my basement for the past 3 months. I have to admit Ive been a little stressed lately, because the place is starting to smell very moldy and Ive been trying to figure out what to do next. Because my basement is so small and the remodel is so small, Ive found myself having to move stuff around and do a lot of things that I thought I could do from the beginning.
The biggest problem I have is that I cant figure out what I should be doing next. I should be able to just knock the place over and rebuild it, right? Ive been looking at plans on how to do that and Ive thought about my options for doing that. But I dont know. I dont know what to do.
After I get the basement rebuilt, I’ll probably be able to figure out how to do things in there so I dont have to do them. I just have to put it off. After the remodel is done, I have to figure out what I want to keep and what I want to toss out. I have a list for that, but I dont know what I want to keep or what to toss.
The first thing you have to decide is, how much will you need to retain of the original building? Is it enough to maintain the basic essentials, or do you need more space? If you need more space, you’ll probably want to either add rooms, or remove rooms you’d like to keep. You’ll also need to decide if you want to add or remove bathrooms, kitchens, and/or laundry facilities.
I’m going to assume that you have already taken a look at the pictures in the article, and you have a pretty good idea of what you want to keep or throw out. That gives you a starting point for figuring out how much space youd like to add or remove. The next step is to decide how many rooms youd like to retain and how much space youd like to add.
Theres one thing that the developers have done for us. A lot of stuff has already been added to the game. There are now multiple stories, dungeons, and areas that are all connected. Some of these may feel like they are not the same as the original. Most of the time, this is fine, but there are some aspects of the game you may need to adjust in order to feel like its still the same game.
Like most games, there are multiple ways to progress through an adventure. You can go from level 1 to level 5, from level 2 to level 4, and even from level 3 to level 1, but you can also go to an alternate ending, or go full on and play through the entire game. The developers have done a great job with the progression of the game.
I’m not going into the game’s story or backstory, but I will say the story is a lot better than the original, with a new twist on the usual “man’s best friend is an evil genius” trope. The story is about people from different races and backgrounds, getting together to fight evil. The game is also about how our society is changing, and how we must adapt to it.