Recent Review: We joke about it now. Like many retired couples our plan had been in place for decades. We would purchase our retirement home and live the American Dream for our remaining years. My wife would finally have her modern kitchen with new appliances, recessed lighting, granite countertops, large center island, etc. and I would have my man-cave with full size pool table, big screen TV, bar, fridge and lounge furniture. So, we purchased the home. It was perfect, everything we wanted with one exception----- no man-cave. However, it did have a 1,500 sq ft unfinished basement. We agreed before purchasing that I would be allowed to pursue a basement renovation to create my man-cave. And so I did. I did my research and settled on Owens-Corning as the material manufacturer I desired. Their state-of-the-art science based renovation products are simply the best available. Their products mitigate two major basement renovation dangers--------- moisture/humidity and mold. And their products are aesthetically pleasing and user friendly. Lux Renovations are partners with Owens-Corning. Lux does the work. Much like the Make-A-Wish foundation Lux are the dream makers. I scheduled a consult with Lux Design Representative, Gary. He arrived punctually with a carload of sample Owens-Corning products. After hearing me out concerning my dream man-cave Gary proceeded to showcase and explain each product used by Lux in a typical basement renovation. His in-depth knowledge of the function of each product was both refreshing and informative. After reviewing the products Gary asked for some "alone time" in the basement. He emerged 45 minutes later with several architectural sketches in hand. He gently revealed the price for a full scale 1,500 sq ft renovation. I glanced at my wife to see her reaction and immediately knew with no words exchanged that this proposal was out of the question. I sensed my dream becoming a nightmare. Gary intuitively saw my predicament and came to my rescue by explaining that in his opinion a typical man-cave did not require a 1,500 sq ft renovation. In fact, a perfectly acceptable man-cave accommodating everything I wanted could be accomplished within a 600 sq fr renovation. He showed us his proposal for just such a project. I looked at my wife and noticed a slight uptick in the corners of her mouth and an almost imperceptible nod of approval. Still no words spoken but I knew my dream was alive and well. We signed the paperwork and Gary bid us good day stating that a Lux Project Manager would be in touch. Dan was our Lux Project Manager. He called the next day, introduced himself, gave us all his contact information and informed us that he would be managing our renovation project from start to finish. He urged us to contact him directly should we have any questions. He told us that he would handle everything including pulling town permits, scheduling product deliveries, scheduling tradesmen in and out and performing random site visits. He also said the renovation would be complete within two weeks of the start date. My wife rolled her eyes heavenward when I told her that. My wife is a master of non-verbal communication. As it turned out Dan was a man of his word. Exactly two weeks after the start date my dream was a reality. I sat at my kitchen window as trucks arrived and departed, dropping off supplies in their wake. Likewise, workmen came and went------- framers, electricians, carpet installers, etc.. Town inspectors made a couple of visits and Dan himself showed up intermittently to check on progress. Just like Make-A-Wish, Lux Renovations made my dream come true.