Homeowner had a basement study/storage room that was unattractive and wet. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed their BasementGutter System to rectify the water problems and wall panels to brighten up the space!
Basement Waterproofing Before & After Photos
This basement in Winston Salem gathered a lot of standing water when it rained hard. The water was making its way in through the basement walls and causing damage to all of the things stored down there. Homeowners were constantly running dehumidifiers and heaters to remove all of the moisture in their basement until Tar Heel Basement Systems offered their patented BasementGutter System. This basement has become a dry luminescent space now that Tar Heel Basement Systems has installed bright inorganic panels on the walls, which work in conjunction with the waterproofing system.
This Winston Salem home was on the market, but difficult to sell due to the obvious moisture in the basement. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed their patented BasementGutter basement waterproofing system to address the moisture issue. Additionally, Tar Heel Basement Systems installed their wall panels in conjunction with the BasementGutter system to add to the aesthetics of the room.
The installation increased the value of the home tremendously, allowing for the home to sell much faster than it would’ve before the basement waterproofing and finishing.
This Winston Salem, NC homeowner wanted to make her basement more energy efficient. The old, single pane windows were letting cold air into the basement in the winter and humid air in the summer. She called Tar Heel Basement Systems for help.
Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the ever lasting basement window that would meet her needs and wants. The window is made of vinyl, making it rust and rot resistant. The double pane and durable weather stripping will keep outside air, water and pests from entering the basement. This homeowner is now overjoyed about her basement window transformation thanks to Tar Heel Basement Systems!
During the winter months cold drafts would enter the basement through the deteriorating wood window, while humidity would follow during the summer months. Needing a new window before the humid season set in, the homeowners turned to Tar Heel Basement Systems. Providing an attractive and upgraded look to the basement, the window enclosure allows more natural light to enter the basement without any negative effects of water intrusion, cold air drafts, humidity or deteriorating throughout the years.