Bix Basement Systems offers a variety of attractive and practical basement flooring options to give your newly waterproofed basement floor just the right finishing touch. If your basement is not already finished, more than likely you have bare concrete basement flooring, cold on the toes and uncomfortable, and probably one of the reasons you avoid spending time in your basement. If that’s the case, and even if you do not intend on finishing your basement in the near future, but want to update it and make it more usable, we have the right flooring solution for you, minus the exorbitant cost of most floor coverings.
We offer these economical but comfortable and aesthetically pleasing basement floor coverings for IL, IA, and MO homeowners:
- Waterproof Sub Floors
- Synthetic Wood Floors
- Tiled Basement Flooring
- Carpeted Floor Tiles
- Waterproof Parquet Tiles
Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will work with you to help choose which option is best suited for your needs and your spending budget.
Basement Flooring Installation
As much as you may desire it, traditional flooring is not the best choice for your basement floor, regardless of the type of waterproofing system you have installed. Because of this, it’s never a good idea to install real wood flooring or traditional carpet materials in your basement, whether your basement is finished or unfinished.
We have a solution though. Our premiere basement floor coverings are designed for the scrutinizing customer in search of comfort and warmth but also something practical and economical. Designed specifically for concrete floors, our unique flooring systems meet the highest industry standards while complementing our waterproofing systems. Pleasing to the eye, comfy and durable, their special design creates a barrier between you and the bare concrete floor, trapping the cold air being emitted from the floor while raising the basement’s room temperature. Our unique flooring also resists mold growth.
Contact us to learn more about your flooring options and what we can do to make your basement space a cozy living space.