That big, undeveloped resource downstairs – your basement – can become a major addition to your living space, with a little ingenuity and elbow grease. Finish the walls, lay some linoleum or carpet, install some light fixtures, and bring in the couch, bar, and TV, and you’ve got a new area for the family to gather or for great get togethers with friends.
But Wait! It’s not quite done yet. Finish it off, and make it a real showplace, with just a little extra work, with affordable ceiling tiles that you can install yourself over a weekend.
Easy to install, glue-up styrofoam ceiling tiles will add not just an artistic, stylish touch to your remodeled basement area, but also an extra layer of soundproofing, so while you’re entertaining your buddies downstairs, or your kids are frolicing with their friends, the rest of the family upstairs can read, write, watch TV, or take a nap in quiet. And don’t worry about the neighbors during those late-night events – the sound-proofing effects of styrofoam ceiling tiles work just as well at 2:00 am as at 2:00 pm.
Worried about pipes installed along the ceiling or electrical wires attached to the ceiling and the need to have access to them in the future? Don’t worry, instead of glue-up ceiling tiles, you can install a drop ceiling with drop-in ceiling tiles, and still have a great variety of tiles from which to choose, and a beautiful new ceiling that easily allows accessibility to plumbing and electrical wiring in the future.
Here is a basement that went from a distressful storage area to a photography studio, with a little clean-up, some organizations, and the installation of faux tin, drop-in matte white ceiling tiles:
Need help with the whole idea of renovating your basement? Well, you can find all you need to re-do your entire basement, with easy to use instructions and training from Basement Finishing University. Their step-by-step basement training system will give you all the professional guidance you’ll ever need to finish your basement like a pro, and at a fraction of the cost of having a contractor plan and perform the work. Why not try it now?
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