This photo shows the foundation wall and garage wall with panels to protect Fiberglass and Fabric
This photo shows the foundation wall and storage wall with panels to protect Fiberglass and Fabric The panels were removed to repair a leak in the foundation that turned out to be condensation.
This photo shows the garage wall and the framed exterior wall with panels to protect Fiberglass and Fabric
The back side of the Fiberglass and Fabric panel
The extreme amount of condensation around the well tank.
This photo shows the framed wall and interior wall with panels to protect Fiberglass and Fabric
The Garage wall that was not insulated to the living space
The cement foundation wall ready for panels
Fire blocking to isolate the space behind the wall panels along the foundation
Fire blocking with wall panel brackets
Insulating the wall between garage and finished space
EverLast Wall panes installed on foundation wall and wall to storage
Future kitchen area and the right window will become a door
Future kitchen and half wall room to the left
Half wall, new LED recessed lights on dimmers
Kitchen waiting for custom tops and half wall
Kitchen door and cabinets waiting for tops
big open area
Customer showing off the new space
Exterior door to future patio
Sitting room and bright LED light
open area and new post wraps
This basement in Ferndale was finished about 2007 the first time. The wonderful customers went for a product that was intended to be in a basement, a Fiberglass and Fabric wall panel system. We were called after the customer noticed a lot of water coming from a wall and they tore open the wall and were waiting for the appointment for the foundation waterproofing company. There was no leak in the foundation, just a massive amount of condensation that ruined the walls floors and ceilings.
Another item that they fond is cats love to climb the fiberglass and fabric walls. 1 early morning the cat was found chasing a mouse along the top of the wall. and at that point to stop that they covered the fiberglass and fabric panels with a thin wood panel and painted them.
Jump forward a few more years and a little advertisement for basement finishing hits their mail box and they call to see what we can do for them. This basement needed to have the existing floors and walls removed, and the perimeter of the ceiling. We found that the wall dividing the living space from the garage was not insulated to meet the requirements of a living space, the electric was not adequate for the space. Our electrician asked what what they are doing today and any future plans so the service can handle the load. We then installed The EverLast Wall Panel System with the 50 year warranty. The ceiling was reinstalled in part using our EverLast Ceiling Tiles with a 30 year warranty against mold and sagging. And we installed 3 different types of our ThermalDry Flooring with a fifteen year warranty. We finished it off using a waterproof crown molding to add a nice rich look that never needs paint and the base trim that also never needs to be painted.
We created a small reading room area with 4 1/2 foot high walls with a PVC shelf along the top to create a separation and then we added a great kitchen area with an island sink. The new added insulated glass door to the future patio is great for the added egress to the space.
The storage room with the well tank needed a little brightness added so Foamax Wall Insulation was attached to the wall and we added some extra light in the room and that is where we installed the SaniDry Sedona basement air system.
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