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Framing basement walls and ceilings is the foundation of any basement renovation project. We also complete the insulation for the walls if necessary, frame ceilings, build soffits, and frame partition walls.
We offer electrical services provided by a Red Seal certified electrician to ensure your home remains completely safe, secure and fully insured. We provide different ideas which can give more value to your basement, for example home gyms, bar entertainment and home offices. All of these concepts require safe electrical work.
We offer plumbing services provided by a Red Seal certified plumber. We make sure that your Basement has enough of a fall to drain the toilet, sink, and tub or shower.
Drywall construction became prevalent in North America as a speedier alternative to traditional lath and plaster. Drywall is the most common wall material in the city and the country!
Mud & Taping
Joint compound (also known as drywall compound or Mastic) is a white powder of primarily gypsum dust mixed with water to form a mud the consistency of cake frosting, which is used with paper or fiber joint tape to seal joints between sheets of drywall to create a seamless base for paint on interior walls. It is often referred to simply as mud or as joint cement.
Interior painting is by far the most popular do-it-yourself home improvement activity, however, when you are developing a basement, leave this work to our professional painters!
Most walls get the usual covering treatment: flat, eggshell, or semi-gloss interior paint. And that’s a great thing. You can’t go wrong with a nice coat of interior paint. But what if you’re interested in wall covering ideas besides the obvious? We offer featured walls using luxury laminate, stone and wood panels.
Ceilings can be decorated to taste, with different options such as acoustical and non acoustical tiles, grid covers, grid kits, and classic. We normally start from scratch during a basement renovation so you get to decide what you want for your project!
Your choice of material for floor covering is affected by factors such as cost, endurance, noise insulation, comfort and cleaning effort. Some types of flooring must not be installed below grade, including laminate and hardwood due to potential damage from moisture.