The finished floor in a basement needs to be beautiful, durable, easy to clean and immune to damage from moisture and mold.
Of all the surfaces in your home, your floor is the one you are in contact with most often. If you use inappropriate flooring in a basement environment, it will soak up cold from the concrete below, making your space uncomfortable underfoot. This is different from your naturally warm floors upstairs.
Basement Systems USA provides many different finished basement flooring options, all of which are designed to keep your basement warm, comfortable, and beautiful for many years to come.
We offer our basement finishing services throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, including Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ellicott City and areas nearby. Call today to schedule a free estimate!
Since basements are vulnerable to humidity from the concrete below, it's important that your flooring will not be damaged by moisture. Organic materials like wood and carpeting will eventually grow mold, mildew, and rot.
Click on any of the pictures on our gallery below for more information on our available colors and designs for each of our available floorings.
ThermalDry® basement floor tiles are engineered for basement environments. Although these square tiles look like stone or ceramic tile, they're designed to install easier and last longer in a basement. Two tile colors are available: Sandstone and Canyon Beige.
Advantages over stone, ceramic, and marble tile:
Like other ThermalDry® basement flooring, our carpeted floor tiles are designed to keep your basement floor warm, dry and easy to care for. Unlike a long blanket of carpeting, damaged or worn ThermalDry® tiles can easily be replaced. Charcoal and Mocha carpet tones are available.
Advantages over traditional carpeting:
ThermalDry® technology isn't just used in our unique line of finished basement flooring. The same square, interlocking tile design can be applied to basement subfloor matting. These grey matting tiles provide a perfect subfloor when installing carpeting in your basement.
Advantages over wood subflooring: