BAsement Remodeling

Versatile Development and Construction is a basement remodeling contracting company that renovates and improves basements in the Lehigh Valley area. A family-owned company, Versatile Construction works with you to bring your vision to life. Whether you are turning your basement into a game room, home office, wet bar, man cave, home theater, or extra living space, our team always delivers quality workmanship back by a one year warranty.

Versatile Construction has a proven track record of great customer service, and top-notch basement renovation services. We specialize in turning your dark, unused basement into a haven you’ll love spending more time in. As an additional bonus, renovating your basement often increases the property value of your home. Our long list of satisfied customers in the Lehigh Valley area speaks for itself. In designing your beautiful new basement, we will help you put up dry wall, install new flooring, choose a paint color, and create an open concept for the entire family to enjoy.

Whole Home Renovations

We have noticed that many area residents find a home they really like. The location is ideal for them and the basic structure of the house is great. It’s almost perfect. They really like the home, but they don’t love it because there are elements throughout the house that either don’t meet their needs or don’t match their sense of style. Perhaps that sounds familiar to you. If that’s the case, how do you go about planning your whole home remodel so that you end up with a home you love?

Some homeowners like the idea of updating and remodeling their home one step at a time. They’re not in a hurry and they feel less overwhelmed by the process. Others prefer to tackle everything at once. It reduces the disruption to a one-time event, and when they’re done, they feel like they have a whole new home!

That kind of result, however, doesn’t just happen on its own. It’s a big undertaking that requires some significant thought and planning, but our process makes it seamless. Let’s take a look at some of the essential elements you’ll want to keep in mind if you’re considering a whole home remodel.


Any significant remodeling project depends on a thorough assessment of your needs and desires and the developing of a great layout/design to deliver those results. You’ll want to meet with a professional who will understand what you want—and know how to pass that information onto the craftsmen who will be doing the work. There are no “one-size-fits-all” remodeling plans that will deliver exactly what you need.


A whole home renovation has countless benefits, including having your entire dream home all at once rather than room by room. Another benefit is that it will not only take less time to achieve your dream home, but it could also cost less in the end than by slowly remodeling your home in a gradual process. Estimating cost is impossible until we start a conversation around size, materials, timing, finishes, and more.

Budgeting For Your Whole Home Remodel

While you have to know the cost of a whole home renovation to consider one, you have to have a reasonable budget and an actionable plan to afford the renovation to get started. But what does that actually mean?

Budgeting often means considering all of your options. What is the goal for the renovation? Is it more important to touch every room in your home or to focus on a few that really need some TLC? Working closely with a remodeler can help make all these conversations and considerations feel entirely seamless. Working with a team means that the focus is on finding the perfect solution to you rather than simply passing a baton on to the next team. At Versatile, we know that a whole home renovation is about the journey just as much as the outcome, and we are here to be your guide you through this process!

Contractor Selection

With a whole home remodel, the contractor you work with is just as important as the design, the materials, and the cost of the project. You’ll want to work with someone with whom you’re comfortable. It’s essential that you deal with someone who listens to you and understands what you want—and can pass that information on to the individuals doing the actual work. If you don’t have that kind of relationship, it can make the remodeling process stressful.