Slide the yellow slider to see the Before and After images.
[bais_before_after before_image=”http://peakstructural.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/before-millcreek-flooring-colorado-springs.jpg” after_image=”http://peakstructural.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/after-millcreek-flooring-colorado-springs.jpg”]
Samuel had decided to finish his basement but was worried that the water vapor would ruin any flooring installed. After doing some research on possible options, he contacted Peak Structural who suggested MillCreek Waterproof Flooring. With a floor that looks like hardwood, but would not be damaged by water or humidity, Samuel was very eager to move forward with the installation.
[bais_before_after before_image=”http://peakstructural.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/before-millcreek-flooring-colorado-springs2.jpg” after_image=”http://peakstructural.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/after-millcreek-flooring-colorado-springs2.jpg”]
Karen wanted her carpet replaced with waterproof flooring for her basement. A basement’s environment is different from the other levels of a home, therefore, it requires certain attention for the materials used in it. Basements have a more humid and wet environment and therefore it is wise to install flooring that will not be damaged by this humidity. The new mahogany styled flooring in Karen’s basement is not only best suited for the environment of her basement, but it is also aesthetically pleasing. Take a look at the difference this slight change has made.