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298 water dispenser Basement Design Photos
J Maness Designs
Custom Bar Designs
tonic water dispensing gun, hot dog roller, coffee bar, smoothie blender
"McGurk's" Inspired Lower Level
Vonn Studio Designs
Residential Basement Remodel/ Bar and Gym
Perlick Beer Dispenser makes this the ultimate entertaining space! Love it!
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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candy dispenser idea
illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by rough laid brick which backs to the crawl space. Custom bookshelf door leads into the crawl space of the home. Who ever said a basement has to be ugly?
cool water look floor, stained concrete floor
Floor looks like water how cool
with salt water, add lights, smoke machine and sand
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
New Construction - Saint Louis
l and water-resistant attributes also help combat mold and mildew. Cons of cork. Although cork is water resistant, it's not waterproof, so take care to seal your cork properly. It might need to be resealed every few years or so. Without proper protection, cork can stain. Sharp objects can also cause
l and water-resistant attributes also help combat mold and mildew.
l and water-resistant attributes also help combat mold and mildew. More about cork flooring
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
and hot water heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to new 90 percent efficient (or better) appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to
furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.
Synergy Design & Construction
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
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 is very dry, just a one time issue. Did you put down radiant heat? And, what type of pad did you use?
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 a flood and since the remodel is a basement, is radiant heat necessary? Thanks.