The ruined carpet and wall panels have been cut out. The early stages of one of our drainage systems is also shown.
This homeowner had a very cozy fireplace and was happy to know that our panels were able to connect right to the edges.
The wall on the right was an interior wall and wasn't really effected by water over the years. The homeowner elected to keep it. Luckily for him we charge by the foot to install everything, instead of just eyeballing it and guessing at a price.
The homeowner knows what water can do to furniture and belonging all too well. He elected to go with the TripleSafe to protect his property in the event of a future water problem. Many of our basement finishing customers, choose to add one.
We include the baseboard trim and chair rail in the cost of the wall restoration. He also got brand new ThermalDry floor tiles, they look like stone tiles but are specially designed for a basement environment.
The light color of the panels and trim will blend nicely with most existing walls. The panels themselves are made up of the two most common interior wall colors. For those of you with wood grain or darker walls, we offer an oak colored trim as well.
The chair rail in this home had an unexpected bonus, it added a small shelf around most of the basement. The homeowner filled the shelf with lots of little keepsakes.
This basement was finished years ago using traditional carpet and wood panels placed directly on the concrete walls. This method was popular in the 1970's and 80's. After years of moisture and water leaking into the basement, the panels and carpet were ruined. The homeowner got tired of the late night shop vac trips to the basement. He called us in to water proof the space and was planning on leaving the walls bare. He was pleasantly surprised to find out that we had a product that was designed for this exact situation. Its called Everlast Wall Restoration.