One of the most overlooked parts of many people’s homes is the basement. While lots of basements are left untouched, this area has a lot of potential, and can add a lot of value and liveable space to your home. If your basement is unfinished and you want to revamp it, we are here to help. A finished basement can be a practical storage area, a play place for the kids, or a much-needed escape for you to relax and get away. We can help transform your dull or unfinished space into an area that adds value to your home. Do not forget about this part of your home, ask us about basement renovations today!
When it comes to our basement remodeling, we guarantee your satisfaction not only with our quality of work but also with the pricing of the project. We work with you in mind and have cut out the middleman to make this process as affordable as possible. We do this by allowing you to buy the necessary materials for your project directly from our suppliers, meaning that the price is not marked up and you are privy to any discounts that we would be receiving. We also make sure to do a thorough in-home estimate before the project begins to help you get an idea of just how much your remodel will cost.
Our team is certified in radon testing and mitigation. We provide a complete radon mitigation solution uniquely suited to the needs of your home that will keep your radon levels below the recommended 4pCi/L. Our systems come with a guarantee and our fans come with a 5 year warranty, but are likely to last over 10-15 years. The biggest benefit to managing the radon levels in your home is that it helps prevent you and your loved ones from developing lung cancer. Our systems are usually effective within 24 hours of installation, and maintain low levels of radon. Our systems may also prove helpful with reducing the infiltration of moist air into your space, which can help dehumidify your basement. Homeowners should consider correcting a radon problem during a basement remodel.
What is radon?
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Radon can be found both in water and in the air. When radon is present at high levels, it can lead to serious health issues, such as lung cancer.
How do I test for radon?
When it comes to radon testing, you can test yourself or hire a professional. The do-it-yourself option takes about 48 hours and is far less accurate than a test administered by a professional. A trained professional will be able to give you a more accurate idea of the amount of radon present in your home and can help better interpret the results of your test.
A finished basement can give you more space within your home. It can also increase the value of your home should you decide to move or sell in the future. A finished basement can be a great selling point and a big attraction for potential buyers. If you are interested in remodeling, restoring, or finishing your basement, contact us today. We can help you make the best use of your space without breaking the bank in the process.