This phase includes an initial visit to your home and talking about what you want to do and finally free estimating the costs.
Working with trusted subcontractors, we keep them accountable throughout the entire work. From sequence to production and quality control, we stay focused on the goal.
The last step in any build. This phase includes site cleanup and final inspections. After completion, we have a final walkthrough to ensure your complete satisfaction.
We offer a basement layout design to each client. We can provide you with a variety of layout options if you are unclear about how you want your space to be set up.
We recommend all of our clients to get a building permit. All work is examined by city officials from the building department when a construction permit is present. Should you ever decide to sell your house, having a building permit will increase its worth.
No need to employ an outside design firm because we will get the building permit for you.
Plastering and drywall installation are essential to the basement's overall finish. Your walls have apparent flaws from improper installation and inadequate plastering that are shown after painting.
As experts, we make sure that there are no apparent seams and that every wall is smooth, giving you the finished product you should anticipate when working with us on your project.
For each basement, our qualified electricians get permits from the Electrical Safety Authority. You will be given an ESA certificate for your records after the completion of the inspection of all work.
The "settling" of a house can cause foundation fissures, which can allow water to enter. For the purpose of permanently repairing any foundation cracks and safeguarding your basement from more water damage, we perform polyurethane crack injections.
It is entirely up to you whether you want to attempt something different or match your basement doors to the rest of your house. Glass is one of the custom options that are offered. Premade and custom options are available if you're seeking for barn doors or loft doors.
Warm, humid air from your house can cause moisture, which can lead to cold seeping through your flooring when it comes into contact with the basement's cold concrete floor. You can add panels to an insulated basement subfloor to provide a layer between the concrete and your floors. This helps prevent moisture from accumulating, which can
Warm, humid air from your house can cause moisture, which can lead to cold seeping through your flooring when it comes into contact with the basement's cold concrete floor. You can add panels to an insulated basement subfloor to provide a layer between the concrete and your floors. This helps prevent moisture from accumulating, which can cause mould and expensive repairs, in addition to stopping the cold. To provide warmth and safeguard your basement from moisture, we provide a range of subfloor choices, including Dricore.