Basement Flooring Options to Consider with the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™
With so many flooring options available for basements that have been remodeled with the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™, it pays to do your homework and find the right option for your home. After all, you will want to make sure that the basement flooring complements the look and feel of your newly remodeled basement and also meets your specific aesthetic expectations.
When you choose to renovate your basement, your priority should be creating a living area that feels like an extension of your home. One good way to do this is with proper basement flooring along with the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™.
A few examples of the types of basement flooring that you may consider include:
- Carpeting – Gorgeous carpeting is ideal for basements were you want to maximize comfort. Bedrooms, play areas, and home theaters all usually warrant comfortable, attractive carpeting where you can take your shoes off and relax.
- Gym tiles – One great way to use your basement renovation is as a personal gym. By hanging a few mirrors, wiring a stereo system or television, and investing in your favorite gym equipment, you can have all the advantages of going to a professional gym without the cost of memberships and the hassle. Gym tile is particularly important because it is highly durable and will provide the traction you need to get your workout completed safely.
- Modular tile – Remodeling your basement with modular tile is a good choice because this type of flooring is extremely flexible. Each panel is a single, snap-together unit, which can be installed wherever you need in the basement.
These are just a few examples of the ways in which you can add flooring to your newly remodeled basement. To learn more about the various basement flooring options currently available and the numerous advantages of the Owens Corning® Basement Finishing System™, click here to find a local franchisee installer near you. You’ll be able to speak with a certified basement finishing contractor who will be happy to explain your various options and begin to discuss the cost of remodeling your basement.