This photo is of a multi-room basement in Bridgeport, CT. As you can see, there is no finished flooring and the wall beams are visible. The exposed electrical wires from the light switch could pose as a safety risk. Our Total Basement Finishing System™ would transform this unfinished basement into a beautifully finished addition to the home.
The basement walls of this Woodbury, CT home were not much to look at. The paint was peeling and stains were prevalent. To make the area more appealing, we installed our EverLast Perimeter Wall System. The wall panels do not need to be painted and cannot be damaged by moisture. They are stronger than dry wall and are extremely dent resistant. This basement is more inviting and appealing with its new walls.
The basement walls of this Woodbury, CT home were only exposed cement. They had water staining and were unsightly. We installed our EverLast Perimeter Wall System to improve the room's aesthetic appeal. The wall panels are composed of thick foam insulation and a layer of concrete, finished with a vinyl surface treatment. Mold and mildew cannot grow on these materials, and the panels are extremely sturdy and dent resistant. The room is now more attractive and will not be damaged by moisture.
This Old Greenwich, CT basement was mainly used for storage before the owners decided to refurbish it. The ceiling here is drab and lackluster. We installed a drop ceiling in its place. A drop ceiling is suitable for basements; it allows for easy access to pipes, utilities, and electrical wires. A drop ceiling system also provides maximum sound-dampening qualities in your basement -- which is the ideal way to maximize comfort where high volumes of foot traffic occur overhead.
Cold basement floors are always a problem, especially in winter. However, our ThermalDry flooring is able to stay uniquely warm. Each tile is designed to sit on raised plastic pegs, creating an airspace underneath. This airspace allows water vapor to circulate underneath and dry out, while creating a thermal break that makes the floor's surface 8-10 degrees warmer than the cold concrete below.
This basement would eventually be transformed into a beautiful living space. However, it first had to be waterproofed to ensure that the new furniture and flooring would not be ruined by water. Our team installed WaterGuard, SaniDry, and a SuperSump to do this.
A dirt floor doesn't make for a very good living space. The owners of this Granby, CT home wanted something sturdy, lasting, and waterproof. Our team installed MillCreek Flooring. It combines the attractive look of hardwood with the benefits of a 100% waterproof basement finishing system. MillCreek Flooring will never rot, support mold growth, or expand and buckle when wet. With its 10-Year Residential Waterproof Warranty, you will never have to worry about water heater failure, damaged pipes, or any other flooding from damaging and ruining your finished basement floor.
These old walls were replaced by our EverLast Finished Wall Panels. This wall system is created with inorganic materials-- materials that will not be damaged by water, and will not support the growth of mold or mildew. Additionally, the EverLast Finished Wall Panels used in this system are fully washable and are 197% stronger than drywall!
In addition to finishing this basement, our team wanted to ensure that the owners would not encounter any water problems in the future. They installed a SaniDry basement dehumidifier. It has a 109 pints per day capacity and a built-in defrost system.
The basement in this Northfield, CT home had walls made of the customary drywall and studs system. This does not work well in the basement environment, as the large amount of organic material supports mold and mildew growth. After these walls were removed, we installed our CleanSpace Wall System. It is made from plastic and is 100% waterproof to keep vapor out of the basement. It is mechanically attached to the wall and will never chip or peel like paint or other materials. The homeowners now have bright, white basement walls to lighten their space.
This unfinished basement in Centerbrook, CT had unsightly, uninsulated walls. They were doing nothing to improve the visual appeal of the area, and they were costing the homeowners money through the high energy usage needed. Our team installed our EverLast Perimeter Wall Panel System around the basement. Our unique panels are engineered to never get moldy or rot, and unlike drywall they cannot be damaged by water. The panels have a cement core, so there will be no need to look for studs to install shelves on later.
The basement of this Centerbrook, CT home was unfinished and had fiberglass insulation hanging from the ceiling. Fiberglass insulation is not suited for a basement environment, as it has many problems with high levels of moisture. Luckily, the EverLast Perimeter Wall Panels we installed come with our SilverGlo™ Insulation integrated into the paneling. This is specifically designed for basements, and it will save the homeowners lots of money and hassle to keep their area warm.
The basement of this Mahopac, NY home was wet and unfinished. To give it a increased visual appeal, we installed our CleanSpace Wall System. It is a 100% waterproof vapor barrier that will never chip or peel like paint or other wall coverings. It is attached to the wall with small plastic fasteners, and its bright white surface reflects light, brightening the basement area.
The basement of this Hanover, CT home had unfinished cement walls that were not doing anything for the visual appeal of the area. Our team installed our EverLast Basement Wall Panels around the perimeter of the room. These unique panels are made from 2 1/2 in. thick rigid foam insulation with 1/2 in. thick cement board cladding. This makes them 197% stronger than the customary method of drywall and studs, and unlike drywall they are made from 100% inorganic material so they will never support mold or mildew.
The basement ceiling of this Hanover, CT home had exposed insulation hanging out, unsightly and not remotely an asset to the area. Our team installed our drop ceiling tiles throughout the basement. They are made out of mineral fiber, making them entirely mold and mildew resistant. They also come with a stylish crown molding along the edge, eliminating the ugly perimeter common in basements with a drop ceiling.
The walls of this Garrison, NY basement were unfinished, and the exposed cement detracted from the entire visual appeal of the area. To give it a finished look and improve the insulating properties of the wall, our team installed our EverLast Basement Wall Panels around the perimeter. They are constructed from 2 1/2 in thick rigid foam insulation with 1/2 in thick cement board cladding, making them incredibly sturdy. Unlike drywall, they do not require painting, and they will never support mold or mildew growth, keeping the basement area beautiful for years to come!
The unfinished ceiling of this Garrison, NY basement was making the area appear darker than it actually was, and it gave the whole basement an unfinished feel. To make it into a true living space for the homeowners, our team installed our drop ceiling tiles throughout the area. Our unique tiles are constructed from mineral fiber, making them completely mold and mildew resistant! Their clean white color dramatically brightens the area, and the stylish crown molding installed around the perimeter ensures a completely finished visual appeal.
As part of a larger finishing job in this Garrison, NY basement, we created a second room within the basement. The water heater, HVAC, and well equipment were sealed off from the finished part of the basement when our team installed our EverLast Partition Wall System. The sturdy wall system is constructed from entirely inorganic materials so the walls will never support mold, mildew, or odors. The newly finished basement is a true living space for the homeowners to enjoy!
The owners of this Woodbury, CT home wanted to finish their basement living area. The concrete floor was cold and visually unappealing. In a basement renovation, we installed our ThermalDry basement flooring tiles. The tiles are composed of plastic that will not support mold or mildew growth, and they sit on pegs above the concrete below. This keeps their surface 8-10°F warmer than the concrete. The home now has a warmer and more attractive basement floor.
The wires exposed on the ceiling of this unfinished basement are an eyesore and could possibly pose as hazardous. We would recommend our Total Basement Finishing’s Drop Ceiling Tiles to finish this ceiling.
This picture shows an unfinished basement from a home in Bridgeport, CT. As you can see this household definitely wants a functional entertainment room. Our Total Basement Finishing System™ would be a great fit for this basement. The EverLast Basement Wall Panels are perfect for hanging a television or shelves because of their sturdy design. The window in the corner is also great because it can allow natural light to flow throughout the basement if treated correctly which saves money on energy costs.
The two windows in this unfinished basement are great because they let in natural light, which definitely help to reduce energy costs. The ground shows signs of water leakage and possibly mold. Since basement window frames rust and rot easily we would recommend our WellDuct Basement Window System to prevent leaking.
The owners of this Beacon Falls, CT home wanted to finish up their basement. Before it was finished, there was exposed insulation and visible ceiling beams.
The walls of the basement in this home in Easton, CT were dark, and high levels of moisture caused the paint to peel off of them. To combat these problems, we installed our BrightWall basement wall paneling system. The panels are white and brighten the room, and unlike paint, they will never peel off of the walls. It also provides a moisture barrier to stop water from entering through the walls. This basement now looks cleaner and is much drier than before.
The basement floor of this home in Plainfield, CT was exposed concrete. This flooring is not only unsightly, but also much colder than a finished floor could be. We installed our waterproof ThermalDry Floor Tiles to make the floor warm, comfortable, and attractive. The tiles sit on plastic pegs, leaving airspace between the concrete and the tiles. This warms the floor's surface while holding back humidity and water vapor. This home now has a warm, dry basement floor to enjoy.
The exposed concrete of the floor in the basement of this Plainfield, CT home was unsightly and cold. To make the floor warmer, more attractive, and more comfortable we installed our ThermalDry Floor Tiles. They are 100% waterproof and sit on raised plastic pegs. The airspace this creates dries out any humidity and makes the surface of the floor warmer than the concrete below. The tiles can be arranged in any combination of our three patterns for an easily customizable basement space.
The owners of this Plainfield, Connecticut home wanted to floor their basement living space. We installed our ThermalDry basement tiles, which feature a plastic peg base. The tiles never touch the concrete floor, making them, on average, ten degrees warmer than the concrete. This also ensures that they will be drier and better smelling.
The walls of the basement in this New Hartford, CT home were unfinished and unsightly. They also allowed water to enter the basement. To improve the space, we installed our BrightWall panels. They are rigid sheets of white plastic attached to preexisting walls that create a barrier to block out humidity and water vapor. The basement of this home now not only has a brighter and cleaner appearance, but is also protected against water that could seep in through the foundation.
The basement of this Sharon, CT home had exposed insulation in the walls, which can become a health hazard. The wood framing is also susceptible to rot and mold in a damp basement such as this one. To remedy this, we installed our CleanSpace Wall System. The bright, white panels are made of sturdy plastic that will provide a barrier and prevent water from seeping through the wall. The basement is now dry and brighter with its new walls.
The unfinished basement of this Woodbury, CT home had a ceiling with exposed insulation and wires hanging out. This was unsightly and potentially dangerous. We installed our Total Basement Finishing Drop Ceiling Tiles in a basement remodeling job. The are made of mineral fiber, a material on which mold and mildew can not grow, and come with stylish crown molding along the perimeter of the room. The basement is now more visually appealing and safer for the homeowners.
Various unfinished basements that our crews have visited to conduct estimates around Connecticut.
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