Basement Finishing – Kings
Basement Finishing in Brooklyn, Across Kings County & Throughout New York
Finishing your basement in Kings County is a great way to breathe new life into your home and take full advantage of the livable space in your house. At Alure Home Improvements, we take great pride in working closely with our neighbors to meet all of their home remodeling needs. For homeowners who are looking to transform their basement into one of the favorite places in their home, we offer the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™, an advanced basement remodeling product that can be installed in about two weeks by our professional team of trained, certified installers.
The advantage of remodeling your basement with the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™, as opposed to traditional finishing methods, is that the Basement Finishing System™ was designed specifically for basement environments. As a result, the walls of the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ are built to resist mold- and mildew-growth* and are also extremely durable and dent resistant. Additionally, the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ features built-in wall insulation that helps absorb sound and limit the transfer of heat.
Your newly finished basement can be used a number of ways, including as a:
- Home office
- Game room
- Craft room
- And more
To learn more about the various benefits to finishing your basement with the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™, contact us today and schedule a consultation. One of our experienced professionals will be glad to visit your home to explain all of your options. You’re also welcome to visit our three-story showroom in East Meadow, New York, to see the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ firsthand. Additionally, we offer several home remodeling products in Kings County, such as sunrooms, walk in tubs, and more.
* 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.