You want a beautiful, finished basement; BUT you also want it to last. Connecticut experiences an average of 25 floods each year, which result in basement water damage in homes throughout the state. Most companies use traditional building materials like wood, fiberglass or drywall that are vulnerable to water damage and mold growth.
Don’t spend thousands of dollars on your basement project only to have to redo it after water damage! Choose from our beautiful, waterproof materials for a perfect basement that will last.
Water finds it way into your home’s foundation, whether this be in a flash flood or moisture seeping through the concrete over time. The real problem occurs when the water or moisture comes in contact with organic materials like wood, plywood, carpet, tiles, fiberglass, and even products like “mold-resistant” drywall. Water in the basement means mold and rot will begin to grow and the drywall may need to be restored and repaired, but more likely, your beautiful New Haven basement will need to be completely gutted.
To prevent water damage to your basement, we install a water drainage system and then finish your basement using materials that are waterproof and truly mold resistant. Our materials look just like wood and tile but are not organic and not susceptible to mold. Our materials are also easily washable. You don’t need to search for studs in order to hang items on the wall, as our panels support up to 300 lbs! Each of the panels is built with an unbroken sheet of insulation inside and the floor panels have raised pegs keeping them off the concrete. This completely insulates your basement.
For years, Total Basement Finishing has been recognized as an industry leader in basement finishing and remodeling. This recognition comes from our dedication to quality, responsibility, and integrity – to doing the right thing at all times. We do the work we do because we not only want it to look great but to last as long as the house.
Unlike other companies in New Haven, CT that just install basement wall panels or flooring – we do it all. From removing old walls, to installing drainage systems, to finished flooring – we are your one-stop source for all your basement finishing needs. To see the whole process of what we can do, watch this video. We help you transform the entire basement into the perfect living space. Let us be your partners in your basement remodeling project.
Project Location: Norton Street, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Basement finishing
Project Location: Goffe Terrace, New Haven, 06511
Comment: I would like an estimate on my basement, please call to schedule an appointment. Thanks
Project Location: Burton St, New Haven, 06515
Comment: Do you provide a structural engineer as some floor supports may need to be moved for optimal space usage.
Project Location: Boston Ave, New Haven, 06512
Comment: Would like an estimate on finishing my basement
Project Location: , New Haven, 06511
Comment: Needs an estimate for finishing the basement, basement is currently partially finished. Trans to dealer.
Project Location: Brewster St, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Is looking to finish her basement
Project Location: Hemingway Place, New Haven, 06513
Comment: Lounge and TV Room.
Project Location: Prospect Street, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Recreational room, laundry room, office
Project Location: Lilac St., New Haven, 06511
Comment: Entertaining/utility (laundry room, storage)
Project Location: Fountain St, New Haven, 06515
Comment: Remodeling basement flooring, currrently have carpet
Project Location: Mansion St., New Haven, 06512
Comment: Currently the basement has a laundry area, a work shop space and grocery storage. There is a small gym system set up in one part of it. The lighting is all fluorescent and we do not wish to change this or add a hanging ceiling. I plan on adding a wood/pellet stove at some point. One corner of the basement I want to make into a art studio space for myself. We have a dehumidifier but it is not strong enough. Your representative at a home show in Bridgeport last year said you have a bigger and better system. I am not interested in a ceramic flooring system. Perhaps a floating flooring system would be better. I had also thought about adding a small shower bath so the house has 2 bathrooms. We currently have your white wall system installed in the entire 1300 Sq. foot basement. It was recommended because of the dampness.
Project Location: Rosewood Ave, New Haven, 06513
Comment: A 2 bedroom in law apartment-no kitchen-just a small bathroom with a few closets. Also a laundry room.
Project Location: Ley St, New Haven, 06512
Comment: Would like to finish basement to add bathroom, usable storage space, and a family/playroom.