Archive for the ‘Basement Subfloor’ Category

Basement Finishing Systems

Monday, July 25th, 2011

By Elizabeth Gormley In many homes, the basement is a cold, dark storage space with concrete floors that’s more than a little bit spooky.  But with today’s basement finishing systems, it’s possible to transform this scary area into a warm and welcoming place as bright as any room upstairs.  Basement finishing works like adding another […]

Wood Sub Flooring makes for Rotten Basement Remodeling

Monday, July 11th, 2011

By Jacques Bouchard Too often, general contractors who complete a basement finishing will design a house with the same plans that were used for the rest of the home. To accomplish this, they design basement ceilings and floors with drywall, creating a large white box in the basement. While not especially creative, it does give […]

Basement Subfloors – All you need to know

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

When choosing flooring options for basement rooms, carpet surfaces as one of the most popular choices, especially for basement family rooms, home theaters and guest rooms. Carpet adds comfort and warmth to basement rooms, can be easily installed and, if compared with some other popular flooring choices, it can be less expensive as well. However, […]

Top Six Mistakes People Make in Basement Remodeling Projects

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Almost everyone who owns a house with an unfinished basement, dreams of having it finished. How can you not think of it? After all, an unfinished basement is a whole floor’s worth of space that can be easily turned into any type of room your family needs. However, basement finishing projects are hardly inexpensive and, […]

Finished Basement Flooring:  Then and Now

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

New options for basement floor replace old fashioned materials with many advantages.