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4 Ways To Keep Your Basement Warm & Dry

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4 Ways To Keep Your Basement Warm & Dry

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

basement playroom with carpet and storage for toys

4 Ways To Keep Your Basement Warm & Dry We hear these questions often, "Why do basements have a musty smell?", "What happens if water enters my basement?", "How do you keep my basement warm?" These are all great questions to ask a contractor who may be finishing your basement. We have solutions for each…

10 Inspiring Basement Living Room Designs

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

cozy basement living room with carpet and TV

Using your basement as an entertaining space can be a great way to add usable space to your home. One of the best things about finishing your basement is that it is a brand new space! You can make the basement design match the rest of your home or take a completely different approach. Here…

Laminate vs Vinyl Plank Basement Flooring

by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019

rochester basement flooring vinyl plank dark brown

When deciding to finish or remodel your basement it is important to choose materials that can withstand the moist environment of a basement. Choosing a flooring to install in your new lower level can be difficult with so many options being available. Two of the most common types of flooring besides carpet are Laminate and Vinyl. So,…

Black Painted Ceiling vs White Painted Ceiling

by admin / March 7, 2018

modern basement bar with black painted ceiling and stone bar

Finishing your basement and looking for a way to maximize your current ceiling height? A great option for a basement with lower ceiling heights can be painting the ceilings! Leaving your basement ceiling exposed and simply painting it black or white can give you the height needed for a comfortable space as well as giving…

How to Hide That Unsightly Sump Pump

by admin / July 20, 2016

sump pump cover in basement with french doors vinyl plank flooring

The lower level of your home is full of obstacles that may not be such an issue in the upper levels of your home. Things such as your furnace, water heater, sump pump, water meter, and various PVC pipes, all of which can create a headache for you when trying to design a new space.…