If you have exposed concrete walls in your basement, you know that they’re cold, damp & unattractive. Painting a concrete wall can improve the appearance of your basement, but you’re still left with a surface that’s cold, damp and prone to peeling and leaking.
Building wood-frame walls inside your foundation walls and finishing them with drywall is a recipe for disaster in the form of mold and moisture damage. So what is the answer?
Don’t settle for a basement wall treatment that won’t hold up over time. It’s better to do the job right so you won’t have to do it over. Basement Systems has developed a selection of wall finish materials designed to look good and provide the best long-term performance and value.
Check out our selection of wall systems to see which ones best suit your basement finishing requirements.
Before finishing your basement walls, it's important to take care of any issues with leaks or standing water. A Basement Systems dealer will determine the right solutions for waterproofing your basement before helping you choose the best basement finishing solutions. Contact us today!
Concealed PVC drain lines will effectively capture wall and under-slab leakage before it reaches the basement floor, transporting it to a sump pump and out of the basement.
Replace rusty & deteriorated basement windows with new vinyl windows equipped with insulated glass. Our new fixed & sliding windows offer durable, attractive, maintenance-free performance.
Typical flooring materials like carpet and wood are easily ruined by basement moisture, but our ThermalDry® flooring will never support mold growth or be damaged by water.
Powerful, reliable sump pump systems automatically eject ground water to the exterior. Industry-leading features include one-way floor drains, a WaterWatch® alarm, an airtight cover and battery power.
Our ENERGY STAR®-rated SaniDry™ models combine dehumidification and air filtration to eliminate dampness, musty odors and mold problems.
Made from rugged, rust-proof vinyl, SunHouse® window wells replace old deteriorated window wells, bringing more light and beauty into your basement.