When our crew began production, the first initial steps they took was to map out how the homeowners wanted the basement to look. Shortly after, they began putting up the framework for the different walls and rooms being added to the basement.
This photo gives a more clear understanding of the way our crew set up the framework for our amazing Everlast wall panels.
The original look of the basement before any of our crew members began production on the basement. After seeing the transformation, you will not believe this is what this basement used to look like.
These were the original stairs that led from the ground floor into the basement. Clearly, the walls around them as well as the stairs themselves were in need of a renovation.
A corner of the room which shows the installation of our Everlast walls, ThermalDry flooring and a door with a new frame. Clearly this basement went from outdated to ahead of its time in an instant!
This full bath was also installed by our Total Basement Finishing team. Visible in this photo is another example of our Everlast walls and ThermalDry flooring.
After all the other Total Basement Finishing solutions and equipment was installed, these homeowners had a special request that our crew was also able to follow through on. This wall-sized wine storage unit added an unreal appeal and ambiance to the basement and showcases our crew's ever-expanding repertoire.
With the walls put in place, our crew was also able to implement this very unique lighting scheme that has yellow light leaking out of the top of one side of the basement walls. Another very unique installation that adds ambiance and originality to this Riverside basement.
This basement located in Riverside, CT had plenty of space in terms of square-footage, but was completely unfinished. There was unbelievable potential for this basement but it was a cold, dull, and murky basement. Once the homeowner had realized its potential and knew that it was in need of finishing, a call was made to Total Basement Finishing. Our sales representative, Vincent Orsini was able to inspect the basement as well as listen to what the homeowners wanted the basement to eventually look like. After making a plan and mapping out how to turn this basement into something special, a TBF crew was assembled and put to the task.
With a monster project set to be completed, there were many installations of our solutions that were going to be made. All of the installations and solutions used include the following: Everlast wall panels, a full bathroom, a sewage ejection pump, a SaniDry dehumidifier, a mahogany staircase, 10 doors, 2 smoke alarms, 42 outlets or switches, a base electrical system, 30 light bulbs, and a handrail for the staircase. After this large project was completed, there was clearly a massive change and the homeowners could not have been more grateful. This is a prime example of the unbelievable work our TBF crew can do.