The Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™: A Unique Basement Renovation Method Available in Boston
There’s no denying that a basement renovation in your Boston-area home is a great way to breathe new life into a part of your house that may be currently mostly neglected. At Lux Renovations, we specialize in installing the Owens Corning Basement Finishing System, a unique basement remodeling that is specifically optimized for damp, dark basement environments. Whether you’d like to transform your basement into a home theater, game room, play area, home gym, or just about anything else, this basement renovation is an excellent option.
Many homeowners find that remodeling their basement with the Owens Corning Basement Finishing System is an appealing alternative to comparable aboveground construction because the entire basement renovation can be completed in only about two weeks by trained, certified installers, and tends to cost less, on average, per square foot, than adding onto the home.
Furthermore, the Owens Corning Basement Finishing System is:
- Mold and mildew resistant*
- Thermally insulated
- Sound absorbent
- Dent- and stain-resistant
- Easy to clean
- Class-A fire rated
The entire basement renovation is also backed by a Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty as long as you own your home**. As a result, you can have peace of mind that you’ve made a quality and long-lasting investment into your home.
The best way to learn all about the specific advantages to this basement renovation that we offer in Boston is to schedule a consultation with one of our associates. We’ll gladly explain the many ways in which you can use your newly remodeled basement, provide you with a complimentary quote for the remodel, and answer all of your questions. Contact us today to learn more.
*While the materials and design of the Owens Corning Basement Finishing System resist mold and mildew, the system cannot prevent or mitigate mold if the conditions necessary for mold growth otherwise exist in your basement.
**See actual warranty for details, limitations, and requirements.