Basement Finishing is a unique opportunity to transform the useability and enjoyability of your home with an existing area that is almost always under-utilized. Get rid of the clutter and improve the quality of your family’s life all at one time.
Also make sure that the contractor has worker’s compensation coverage for him and all other sub-contractors, before consenting to get your basement remodeled or waterproofed. This really is essential, as any laborer that becomes hurt at the job, while on your premises may become your financial obligation, which can cause a suit, and you needing to cover the costs, and hospital fees.
There are a variety of essential things to remember when choosing a basement professional. Homeowners should just cope with and hire a licensed and authorized basement contractor. A contractor should provide his credentials to you personally by showing you his permits and certificates. It is your responsibility to ensure these permits are legitimate and authorized for your State.
Flooring treatments that work well upstairs can be a disaster in the basement, especially if wood sleepers” or underlayment is used. Instead of risking mold and moisture damage with above-grade” materials, choose our ThermalDry® flooring system. Made from high-strength PVC plastic (just like plumbing pipe), ThermalDry® flooring tiles won’t attract mold and can’t be damaged by moisture.
Sometimes homeowners question what might happen if the building inspector comes for an inspection, and notices something that does not comply with the building code. Will I be required to change everything that the inspector finds wrong, even if it is not part of the basement remodeling project?” The building code addresses remodeling existing buildings under Additions, alterations or repairs in the IRC manual.