Get the Most Out of Your Finished Basement in Gloucester, Massachusetts
A finished basement in your Gloucester home can quickly become one of your family’s favorite spots. However, choosing the right basement remodeling method is exceedingly important. You’ll want to make sure that your basement not only looks great but is also equipped to stand up against cold temperatures, moisture, and other problems that tend to afflict basements. To help you along in this process, the team at Lux Renovations is proud to offer the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™ – a unique basement remodeling method that was designed exclusively for basement environments and comes with the built-in features that will help to turn your finished basement into the room of your dreams.
One of the problems with some finished basements is that they’re designed using traditional building materials that don’t stand up particularly well in the basement. The Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™, on the other hand, is designed specially for basement usage. For instance, the basement walls of this basement renovation are thermally insulated, which helps keep the basement comfortable year round and may even lead to cost savings on energy bills*. Plus, the basement walls are breathable and don’t support the growth of mold or mildew** – two persistent problems that often affect basements.
As a result of these dynamic features, you can use your finished basement in all sorts of exciting ways, including as a:
- Home theater
- Personal gym
- Game room
- “Man cave”
- Play area
- Spare bedroom
- Home office
- And more
To learn about what you can expect from the finished basement in your Gloucester home and the specific features and benefits to the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™, contact Lux Renovations today.
*Savings vary. Find out why in the seller’s fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power.
**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.