This basement was one of the family's favorite hangout spots. Once water found its way in, they thought they would never be able to enjoy their basement again. Luckily, DryZone uses products that stand the test of time. Our drywall replacement product is called EverLast Wall Restoration, and it will never get damaged by water. The ThermalDry floor tiles are stylish and functional. Unlike carpet they won't get moldy and smell bad. Even the trim and chair rail are waterproof. The family is ready to get back to using their favorite room again.
So what do you do when the drywall in your finished basement is ruined by a flood or leaky pipe? You could replace it with more drywall, but why would you take the risk of having to replace again in the future. DryZone has a product that looks great and won't get ruined by water. It is widely considered to be the best alternative to drywall on the market. Our EverLast Wall Restoration System, or "half wall" as the guys call it, is made of completely inorganic material. That means that mold will never grow on it. This is a great feature because even if your basement never gets standing water again, it will always be a below ground space that it prone to moisture. The half wall system will stand the test of time. Also shown in this picture is the ThermalDry flooring tiles. These tiles are a great addition to any basement and, like the EverLast walls, will never grow mold.
This homeowner was having trouble with water getting into the crawlspace from the entrance. Due to the size of the opening and location of the doorway, a Turtl wouldn't fit. We decided on adding a new Bilco style door. It works great and the homeowner was quite happy with the result.
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