Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing Contractor Serving Columbus, Ohio & Beyond

Basement Finishing Columbus1-800-USA-HOME.com is a basement finishing contractor based in Columbus, OH. We are, in fact, an official franchise of Owens Corning™ – one of the biggest names in home remodeling. With our help, you can turn what is essentially wasted space into your family’s favorite place. Finishing the basement in your Columbus area home will greatly expand your living area and make your home more valuable in the eyes of prospective buyers, should you ever decide to sell. A finished basement is great for entertaining friends, watching movies with the kids, pursuing a hobby, reading, exercising, working from home – you name it.

The Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ features durable, breathable walls that are designed specifically for use underground. Unlike walls that are constructed out of gypsum board or wood, ours do not warp, rot, or provide a breeding ground for mold, which is important in moisture-prone areas like a basement.*

The Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ also:

  • Has built-in acoustics and thermal insulation
  • Makes it easy to remove wall panels for access to plumbing, electrical wiring, and your home’s foundation
  • Takes only about two weeks to install
  • Come backed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty**

If you wish to learn more about the innovative Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™, and why it is superior to traditional finishing methods, contact 1-800-USA-HOME.com. We are an official franchise of Owens Corning™ based in Columbus, Ohio. We also offer top-quality Solace® replacement windows, which are among the most energy efficient vinyl windows you will find on the market today.

*While the materials and design of the Owens Corning™ Basement Finishing System™ resist mold and mildew, the system cannot prevent or mitigate mold if the conditions necessary for mold growth otherwise exist in your basement.

**Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty covers any manufacturing product defects during the time you own your home. See actual warranty for details, limitations, and requirements.