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Basement windows have a tough job because they're down close to the ground or in a window well - both damp environments. Metal-framed windows rust, wood windows rot, and they are impossible to keep painted. When you have window wells without covers, they let in leaves, debris, rain, and gutter overflow water. For this homeowner in Odon, IN, they had 5 window wells that were 25 years old and leaked water into their finished basement every time it rained.
Our Basement Finishing crew led by crew lead, Joe Parsons, installed 5 SunHouse Enclosure's around the home. SunHouse Window Well Enclosures are covered window wells -- the perfect thing to replace your corroded, debris-filled metal wells. One of SunHouse's best benefits is that with the clean, light-colored bottom, a lot more light bounces in your basement and brightens up a space where we can use all the natural light we can get.
This old and outdated basement in Providence, KY had so much potential. Aside from installing a complete waterproofing system, this homeowner opted to upgrade their basement windows as well. The purpose of basement windows is to add appeal to your space by bringing in natural sunlight. If those windows are rusted, covered in debris, or doing little more than affording a view of an old, rusty window well, then they're not doing their job
Our EverLast Windows are made specifically for the basement environment with vinyl, which will hold up for the lifetime of your basement. They're energy-efficient, designed with double-paned, low-E glass, they are much more energy efficient than the single-paned, steel-framed windows that are the industry standard.