ThermalDry Basement Flooring
Turn your cold, damp, hard concrete basement floor into a warm, dry, comfortable living surface with ThermalDry. It is the perfect solution for a finished basement. ThermalDry creates a thermal break between your finished basement and the cold basement floor, making your basement floor 8-10 degrees warmer, which will help you save on energy costs. The space under the ThermalDry tiles lets air flow freely, preventing the build up of water vapor, which can lead to mold and unpleasant odors.
ThermalDry is available in four different styles to meet your aesthetic needs:
- Carpet (choice of charcoal or mocha).
- Tile (choice of sandstone or canyon beige).
- Parquet "wood" tiles.
- Basic matting.
Carpet (choice of charcoal or mocha).
Tile (choice of sandstone or canyon beige).
Parquet "wood" tiles.
The basic floor matting allows for wall-to-wall carpeting to be installed directly on top of the ThermalDry surface.
All styles of ThermalDry tiles are made entirely from inorganic material, which means that they do NOT support mold growth, unlike real wood surfaces. In the event that your basement suffers flooding, the ThermalDry tiles can be easily dried out, preventing any permanent damage. And their modular design means that individual tiles can be replaced with ease.
If you want a finished basement look without the risk of damaging permanent flooring such as hardwood or linoleum, ThermalDry flooring is the right choice for you.
Contact us today to discuss your basement flooring options.
What our clients say about ABS:
I had spent several weeks calling plumbing companies for estimates for the work we needed to have done. They came, said they would get an estimate to us and then never got back to us, even after calling them back. We saw ABS working down the street so we called and a consultant came right out, we got the estimate, and within two weeks we had the work completed and a new dehumidifier. Thank you! We still haven't heard back from the two plumbing companies...
S. Semmler | Spencerport, NY