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  • Steve G
    Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    Why did you have to tear out the paneling and insulation (or was that just by choice)? And what were the two layers of flooring? Sounds like an incredible amount of work for a basement.
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  • Dee W
    Dee W Rock Creek, OH
    Absolutely beautiful Daniela, I love the color scheme and the fireplace! It certainly was alot of work but it sounds like you have everything sealed up tight now and should be worry-free. You didn't mention it but I wondered if you did any work
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  • Angela L
    Angela L Harlem, GA
    you did an awesome job! looks like a lot of hard work went into it! kudos!! ;-) thanks for sharing!
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  • Daniela N
    Daniela N Nashville, TN
    Steve, the south wall is half under ground and when we had what they called a 500year flood here in Nashville, we had water coming through that wall. the paneling, insulation wood frame was molding and HAD to be replaced. The floor had tiles attached
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  • Daniela N
    Daniela N Nashville, TN
    Dee, our neighbour has a similar house floorplan, and he has lived there since he built his house. He saw our house being built back in 1966. he said they did some kind of drain and put the black sealer (at least some) on the outside. But we had so much
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  • Dee W
    Dee W Rock Creek, OH
    Good to know Daniela...seems like you not only have yyour bases covered but a beautiful new bedroom suite. You'll definitely sleep better with it being cooler, quieter, and darker.
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  • Daniela N
    Daniela N Nashville, TN
    It's definitely cooler and quiter! but not much darker than the rest of the house, this being not a "true" basement. Our house is a split level home, so from the front it looks like 1 and 1/2 story house, but from the back looks like a 2 story home. It
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  • Steve G
    Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    Wow. That is a lot of work, but it looks great. Kudos.
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