Basement Wall Systems
Although you may not have any plans of ever finishing your basement, you still need to be sure that the walls are protected from moisture damage. After you have a waterproofing system in place to take care of water that seeps in through the floor, cove joint, and so on, your next move is to get a basement wall system installed to prevent water vapor from getting inside and causing serious damage. It's especially important if you have a stone or block wall foundation, as these types of materials are known for letting in a lot of water vapor from the soil surrounding your home. What's more is that when you don't have these walls properly protected, they can let a lot of cold air from outside pass through. This could cause your home's heater to work harder in the winter to keep your family warm and cozy.
It doesn't matter if you notice any wall leaks yet or not. You shouldn't wait until there's a problem before you make a move. Prevent water damage now by getting a basement wall system installed by our experts. Installation is finished quickly and we will even be sure to clean up the work area once we are finished so you don't have to worry about doing this on your own. The wall waterproofing materials we use are known for their durability, strength, and guaranteed protection against serious water intrusion.
Our Basement Wall Products
Basement Wall Panel
This wall panel system was specially-designed to be able to drain water away from your basement walls so that it doesn't collect and cause staining or deterioration of your foundation. It will also give your basemen a much brighter and finished look.
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Basement Wall System
This is a basement wall vapor barrier that will be able to stop water vapor from getting inside through your block or stone foundation wall. It will also be able to drain water away from the wall into an already installed waterproofing system below.
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This is a liner that is commonly used in crawl space environments to protect the walls and stop moisture from getting inside where it doesn't belong, and it can also be used on stone foundation walls in basements.
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Basement Wall Paneling System
This wall system features a 1/4" thick fiberglass core with reflective foil on one side and a bright wall finish on the other to give your basement a clean, bright, professionally-finished look.
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Basement Drywall Restoration System
With this system, the bottom part of the basement wall is finished with an insulated wall panel.
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