SunHouse™ Window Well Basement Window Well Enclosure
If your window wells are rusty, ugly, or open at the top, they can be dramatically improved. Window wells without covers let in leaves and debris, and rain and gutter overflow water gets in. The dirt bottom allows weeds to grow and mud to splash up onto your windows. All this makes for a pretty lousy view from inside the basement - the space you want to improve.
The Answer is a Great Product Called SunHouse™ Basement Window Enclosures The light-colored SunHouse™ window well, features a sturdy, clear cover that fits nicely and a bottom that prevents weed growth as well as keeps leaves, debris, and rain out. One of the SunHouse™'s best benefits is that with the clean, light-colored bottom a lot more sunlight bounces into your basement and brightens up a space where we can use all the light we can get.
WOW. Look at all the light that SunHouse™ reflects onto the ceiling.
Looks Great! The SunHouse™ Basement Window Enclosure really dresses up what used to be an eye-sore. Bright and clean.
Ask you local dealer about the benefits of a SunHouse™ basement window enclosure, before you have new windows installed!
Our innovative and forward-thinking approach to designing products has solved wet basement problems that the basement waterproofing and crawl space industry has faced for decades, and our patented sump pump systems are the smartest and most reliable. Plus we listen to our customers and respond accordingly! Basement Systems Inc. has been awarded 24 Patents and 19 Innovation Prizes on waterproofing products we use every day, including a battery back up sump pump system. This approach ensures the best waterproofing systems and solutions available.
* What is a Free Estimate and Inspection? A system design specialist from one of our dealerships will inspect and measure your basement or crawl space completely FREE of charge.You will also receive one of our books (valued at $14.95 USD) at no cost to you including free shipping.
** Warranties vary by product and service. Check with your local dealership for specific warranty information.