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Basement To Beautiful™ Basement Wall Panels is the superior choice for a dry, energy-efficient basement.
Designed with the unique, advanced SilverGlo™ graphite-infused foam insulation, this insulation provides 24% more energy-saving than conventional foam.
At 2 ½" thick and R-13 insulation, Basement To Beautiful™ panels create a warm, protective blanket around your basement that will never rot or support mold growth.
Are you planning on finishing your basement? Our Basement To Beautiful™ panels are just what you need to save money and ensure lasting value for your investment! For a free, no-obligation quote to insulate your basement walls, contact us today!
We serve Macomb, Quincy, Kirksville, and many nearby areas in Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri.
A report by the U.S. Department of Energy has shown that the annual energy savings of insulating your basement walls can be in excess of $350 in some regions. Basement wall insulation will also make your home a healthier, more comfortable place.
Basement To Beautiful™ panels have been designed with SilverGlo™ insulation -- an expanded polystyrene foam insulation. SilverGlo™ is created with a unique graphite infusion process that improves its insular ability by an incredible 24% over comparable foam insulation products. When finished with a wall paneling, your basement insulation will meet International Code Requirements, with an R-13 insulation rating.
Our basement wall insulation is created with inorganic materials, so that it will never support the growth of mold, mildew, or rot. There's no wooden studs, drywall, or fiberglass to grow mold. Instead, the system is designed to attach directly to your basement walls. Metal studs are integrated with the foam -- and do not touch the concrete basement walls through the foam.
The unique stud design allows Basement To Beautiful™ panels to avoid a major design flaw of traditional studs. Typical stud designs require the insulation layer to be broken at intervals to allow for the studs to be built.
At these points, studs made with thermally conductive materials will transfer heat from your home to the cold concrete walls.
In the case of Basement To Beautiful™ panels, the studs leave 2" of uninterrupted insulation behind them, so they don't compromise the thermal blanket on your basement walls. The studs will never touch these walls, and this heat transfer never occurs!
To save you time and hassle, electrical chases are designed directly into the Basement To Beautiful™ system. This way, there is no need for you to have an electrician to come in to rough in the wiring, then return to complete the job later. It can all be done in one step after the finished panels are installed.
As fiberglass insulation becomes soaked with moisture, it becomes a habitat for mold, mildew, and rot.
When finishing your basement, it's important to take the possibility of water, humidity, and flooding into consideration. What you use to finish your basement should be immune to these factors.
Insulating your basement walls with fiberglass is a very, very bad idea. Fiberglass insulation is absorbent of water, and during flooding conditions, it will soak up water like a sponge.
Additionally, fiberglass contains dyes and resins that will grow mold over time in wet or humid conditions. Additionally, the dyes in fiberglass have been known to leak when wet, staining wall coverings permanently.
By using an inorganic closed-cell foam insulation on your basement walls, you ensure that your insulation will not soak up water, rot, or support fungal growth.
At Bix Basement Systems, we have just what you need to save money and enjoy a beautiful new living space in your home. Our basement waterproofing experts are proud of their fast, clean, and effective installations of this innovative insulation product.
If you would like a free, no-obligation, written basement wall insulation quote, we're here to help you! Contact us by phone or e-mail today to schedule your free appointment!
We proudly serve Kirksville, Macomb, Quincy, and many other parts of Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri.