28 protection Basement Design Photos

Zephyr Interiors
Boutique Mews House, London
Ideabooks2,385
Questions1
Are you insured?At the risk of sounding like a PPI ad, things do occasionally go wrong. So it pays to be prepared and protected, especially when the damage could easily run into the tens of thousands. ‘Make sure the contractor has employers’ liability insurance, public liability
“escalera” — maripem
JALIN Design, LLC
18 Reviews
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
Ideabooks14,379
Questions8
Best way to hide the high value wines and stuff we want to keep protected
“hidden door” — bradfordlawton
Synergy Design & Construction
8 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
Ideabooks38,145
Questions22
We had a flood in our basement and had to rip out the laminate. Did you put something down under it to protect it from water? We now have new laminate but want to make sure we take the correct precautions in case we ever have a water issue again. Our basement
Confused here a bit. What does vapor have to do with protecting the floor from water damage if there's a flood? Also, the other question was regarding radiant heating, but was not addressed. Will the vapor barrier protect a newly installed flooring system and/or carpeting should there be
Hi and thanks for the questions. A vapor barrier (more accurately referred to as a vapor retarder) only provides protection from moisture that will naturally permeate the concrete floor and will not prevent floor damage. The floors in this basement do not have radiant
“Man cave” — ed1460
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Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
15 Reviews
Basement
Ideabooks26,233
Questions17
Is there something other than drywall on the walls? How do you protect against pucks and balls hitting the wall?
The walls are not protected. We had thought of padding the walls but the client didn't want that look in their home.
“rec room” — Calvin Cruz
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks3,788
Questions6
Hi Great work here. Is there anything specific that needed to be changed to allow exposed beams in a sleeping area? Ie conduit protection for wires? Anything else ? Thank you for your time. Mike
“Shower” — lisagyoung
Luxurious Living Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
Lake front Basement Bar
Ideabooks28,063
Questions20
Would the wine a liquor bottles be there with out no protection?
“nice game room” — barbara111905
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks34,183
Questions33
outside). Usually even bare metal won't rust in doors if the space is conditioned correctly. To be safe though you can apply a clear coat to seal it and protect it (for bare steel that is).
“great use of space” — fsdupre
Eppinette Construction LLC
14 Reviews
Egress Windows
Ideabooks362
Questions0
Some sort of protection from falling into the daylight basement windows?
Protection for window wells
“Like this !” — lacey6258
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