Total Basement Finishing worked with building scientists and manufacturers to develop a wall system ideally suited for basements. EverLast™ basement wall panels are engineered to never get moldy or rot. They cannot be damaged by moisture and won't support mold or mildew growth.
Buck Buckley's Total Basement Finishing provides a 50-year transferable warranty on the EverLast™ Wall Panel System. Download full warranty (PDF)
EverLast™ Basement Wall Panels are NOT like drywall. Drywall with fiberglass insulation supports mold growth, will damage from moisture, and will lose insulation value when wet. They are made from 2 1/2 inch thick rigid foam insulation with 1/2 inch thick cement board cladding. The cement board is finished with an off-white vinyl surface treatment.
The innovative SilverGlo™ insulation integrated into each panel is designed with graphite-infused expanded polystyrene insulation (EPS), which makes it 24% more efficient per-inch than standard EPS insulation.
These innovative wall panels have won the CQIA Quality and Innovation Award from a chapter of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for Performance Excellence.
Drywall has become one of the most commonly used products in North America because of its affordability.
Drywall is a product made mostly of paper and gypsum. While this keeps lets it be cheaply produced, these materials offer no structural support or insulation. In order to properly install drywall, you will need to also install wood frames and studs as well as insulation. Most contractors install common fiberglass insulation behind drywall. Drywall, wood, and fiberglass are all made from organic materials that will support mold growth if they are ever exposed to the humid conditions commonly found in basements.
Using drywall for the main floors of your home is fine because it is a dry and conditioned space. Your basement allows for outside air and moisture to enter it through the porous foundation. When you combine this with leaking plumbing and water seepage, you can see how drywall in a basement is a huge mistake.
R-Value: R-14 with no thermal bridging
Wall Panel Thickness: 2 1/2" thick rigid foam and 1/2" thick cement board cladding
Material: High density closed-cell foam insulation with cementitious panel on the face and a durable vinyl finish
Strength: 197% Stronger than studded walls finished with drywall panels
Research has found off-white and beige to be the most popular wall colors on the market. EverLast™ basement wall panels combine those two colors into an attractive, subtle design that is timeless and complimentary to any type of furniture and décor.
Note: If desired, EverLast™ basement wall panels can be painted.
EverLast™ Basement Wall Panels are to be installed by our professionals that are certified and trained by the International Total Basement Finishing headquarters. The Total Basement Finishing System completed with our remodeling products can be installed for your needs, all you need to do is give us a call or click on "Get a Free Quote!" link below