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In this garage we installed a WaterGuard around the perimeter of the garage as well as a french drain system at the enterance of the garage. Then to remove the water completely we installed a TripleSafe Sump pump.
Our BrightWall wall covering turns ugly concrete walls into a bright clean look.
This Trumbull homeowner had a dirty, cold, and damp basement. He wanted a solution to not only control moisture, but something that would make his basement aesthetically pleasing. He decided to give Connecticut Basements Systems a call since they are the experts in all things basementy!
Keith Rongey was the System Design Specialist who came to the house to give him a free home evaluation. He concluded, that in order to prevent water vapor from entering through the walls, BrightWall Panels would need to be installed. BrightWall panels will direct wall seepage down to the perimeter drain lines that carry water to a sump pump. Not only will BrightWall keep this area dry, but the clean white panels instantly transformed this unpleasant basement into a beautiful one! (as seen in the after picture)
Cisco and his production team got to work and quickly transformed this Trumbull basement. Just look at the incredible work they did. Now, the homeowner can enjoy a dry and beautiful basement.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Trumbull, CT.
This Trumbull, CT home had insufficient windows in the basement that was causing poor lighting, drafts and therein. The homeowner wanted to upgrade his windows and decided to trust the experts at CT Basement Systems.
On the day of the free, no-obligation estimate, Sales Representative Taz Petersen arrived at the home to inspect the basement windows. He concluded that the water seepage was caused from the old uninsulated windows. He recommended our EverLast Windows to be the replacement. The benefits of these windows include: energy-efficient double-paned design, vinyl casing will never corrode and has easy sliding windows that can be removed for cleaning. With the new windows properly installed, there would not be a worry for a draft. This is exactly the type of windows this homeowner wanted and decided to move forward with the project.
On the day of production, Foremen Cisco and Josh arrived at the home to replace the old insufficient windows with our superior EverLast windows. Once replaced, the entire basement was enlightened with more natural light and there were no more drafts. The homeowner was thrilled with the results and can now enjoy a dry and bright basement!
This Trumbull, CT home had a finished basement but needed an egress window to comply with building code. It is important that a basement living space has a safe point of exit in case of an emergency. Wanting the best egress window for their basement, the homeowner decided to contact the experts at Connecticut Basement Systems.
On the day of the appointment, Sales Representative Ferdinand Gojani arrived at the home to inspect the basement. Upon inspection, he concluded that we could help by installing our Rockwell Window Well. He explained that this is the superior option because it is:
• Seals out moisture and soil
• The reinforced plastic will never corrode
• Meets code requirements for safe egress in a basement living space
All of these benefits were exactly what the homeowner was looking for and was impressed with the product. He decided to move forward with the project.
On the day of production, Foreman Victor Alves and his crew installed the Rockwell Window Well professionally and efficiently. The egress window well looked great and actually let in a lot of natural sunlight into the basement, which gave a great ambiance to the area.
The homeowner was pleased with the job and can truly enjoy his basement now!