This crawlspace had humidity and moisture problems as well as fiberglass insulation falling down and creating a mess. The homeowner was looking for a solution to prevent moisture and odors from coming into the home, as well as an efficient insulation solution. Our Foreman Sean installed CleanSpace vapor barrier along with SilverGlo insulation barrier to do just that. The homeowner also chose to have a SaniDry Sedona installed to help control the humidity and particles in the air beneath their home.
Homeowners in Greenville, NY had a semi-finished basement that was damaged due to a few rainstorms in early Fall. They had originally used drywall which became warped, discolored and started to grow mold. This made their once usable space inhabitable and unhealthy. Luckily, their good friend had used Adirondack Basement Systems for their own home and knew that we could provide the ideal solution to repair the homeowners basement permanently.
After meeting with one of our highly trained Design Specialists, they decided it would be best to start at the root of the cause and install a complete waterproofing system including our TripleSafe sump pump and WaterGuard perimeter drainage system. To repair the walls, our Design Specialist had the perfect solution, our EverLast wall restoration. Since only the lower half of the wall is affected by water, the drywall can be cut out and replaced with the EverLast boards. They are designed specifically for basements in that they are made of inorganic materials thus making them mold resistant. The homeowners also decided to have flooring put in as well after learning about the comfort our ThermalDry Flooring provides. Being raised on pegs up off the concrete floor, they can be about 10 degrees warmer than the concrete itself. They too are made from inorganic material so you will never have to worry about them being damaged from mold or mildew if they ever get wet. These homeowners now have a dry, usable and visually appealing basement!
Egress windows are a type of window that provides an emergency exit from a basement living space. These windows provide another escape from the basement during an emergencay situation other than the stairway to upstairs. Egress windows not only provide safety to you and your family when spending time in your basement, but also provide natural light. This natural light can make your basement feel less like a cave and more loke any other loving space in the house. This egress was done in Castleton on the Hudson, New York
New Everlast Walls on this stair case in a home in Castleton on the Hudson, New York really brings up the entrance way.
This basement window was old and rotting which allowed for an air flow from outside. Consequently, the basement became cold and damp. The homeowners were looking to replace it with a brand new window so they contacted Adirondack Basement Systems for a free estimate. EverLast basement windows are energy-efficient vinyl-framed windows. Unlike traditional steel and wood-framed basement windows, EverLast windows will never rot, rust, decay or need paint. They can also be easily removed for cleaning and maintenance. The Low-E double thermopaned glass of EverLast Basement Windows helps to save you money on your energy bills as well!