Sorority Basement Remodel

Light and Bright Basement

The Alpha Phi sorority needed their basement remodeled so the ladies would have a space to study, have meetings, and watch movies. We remodeled the entire space to make it comfortable, light and bright.

“We are repeat customers who demand high quality, high touch and tight timeframes of the large scale remodel projects for our Corvallis sorority. GCCI was also our go-to for the unexpected ... we received exceptional service to get the house livable in just over 2 week's time.”

Jen Humcke, Alpha Phi, Corvallis

PROJECT DETAILS

Study area

An inviting and functional study area was created by installing new wiring, upgrading insulation, remediating dry rot, leveling floors, and removing leaky pipes.

New HVAC

The sorority basement remodel provided us with the opportunity to greatly improve the mechanical operations as well as the overall comfort of the sorority including upgrading to the following systems: Lennox Heat Recovery Ventilator that provides fresh filtered air, a Lochinvar high efficiency boiler, along with a Bradford White 98% ultra high efficiency hot water heater. These replaced an antiquated boiler from the 1930's.

What our Clients are Saying

“...The work was done within the time frame they outlined to me. I am very happy with my interaction with this company.”

Beverly Clark, Corvallis

“It was a good experience. We have used them a couple of times. They did very high quality work and I would not change any detail. They were very responsive. We did not really have any problems with them. They were right on schedule towards completing the project but their price was a little bit high.”

Bart Eleveld, Corvallis

“They took our period bathroom and built a gorgeous and accessible shower with great sensitivity to the historic details. They left no mess, and finished every detail perfectly. They adapted to small changes we suggested and made errors right. Tony, especially, was just terrific to work with and the cabinetmaker was a master!”

Ed & Karen Miller, Corvallis

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