A leaky basement is bad enough -- but when you've already finished the space, the problem is much worse! If this is an issue with your home, we have the perfect product for you.
Conventional drywall is made with gypsum and an organic paper facing, both of which can be severely weakened and damaged by water and moisture in a wet basement environment.
When drywall becomes damaged, repairing it with new drywall can be a messy and expensive process -- one that you may have to perform again and again as your basement floods repeatedly.
We've adapted our durable, waterproof wall panel into an innovative new drywall repair system. This wall system is designed with metal studs, an inorganic base molding, and our decorative chair rail, which combine for a long-lasting solution.
The EverLast™ Finished Wall Restoration System is superior to drywall in the areas of strength, water resistance, durability, and resistance to mold.
The panels are easily washable, with a beige and white color that has been designed with both timeless beauty and value in mind.
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.
Benefits and highlights include:
Wall Panel Thickness: ½" thick cementitious board
Panel Makeup: Each panel is designed with a ½" cementitious wallboard with a vinyl surface treatment.
Strength: 197% stronger than studded drywall.
Installation: Installation is completed within a week
Warranty: Includes a written 50-year warranty
Research has found off-white and beige to be the most popular wall colors on the market. The EverLast™ Wall Restoration System combines those two colors into an attractive, subtle design that's timeless and complimentary to any type of furniture and décor.
The EverLast™ Finished Wall Restoration System is available exclusively by John's Waterproofing in the Greater Portland area, and is installed by a certified professional.
Installing this system includes cutting the existing drywall and studs. Installation of a drainage system should be completed before the EverLast™ Wall Restoration System is put in place so that your carpet and stored possessions are protected from flooding issues.
Once the perimeter drainage system's concrete has dried, the installation is completed within a week's time.
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