From Old and Drab to New and Fab. in Newton, MA


An old field-stone foundation and dirt floor basement gets finished with a fresh update.
The homeowners have a beautiful old home in Newton, MA. They wanted to finish their old basement and create a clean and fresh space for hanging out and relaxing in. Due to the field-stone foundation, they were certain that they wouldn't be able to achieve the space they envisioned.
You may think that a field-stone foundation would stop any dreams of finishing or remodeling but, this is not always the case! Don't think that just because you have field-stone that we can't create a dry, fresh space for you.

Suggested materials:

  • Stylish drop ceiling tiles
  • Flooring suitable for a basement environment

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3 comments
  • Bonnie
    on Jul 13, 2016

    What a transformation! I'm going directly to your link to see how you did it!

  • William
    on Jul 13, 2016

    Nothing on the process. Must have been very expensive.

    • Rescon Basement Solutions
      on Jul 14, 2016

      Hello William! Are there any specific things that you would like to know about the process of this basement project? We'd be happy to tell you. As you can imagine, this was quite an undertaking so step-by-step process description would be quite lengthy. Thanks for your interest!

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