The First Aid Squad of Cedar Knolls gave Monk’s Home Improvements a call for an interior painting job for their squad room and the vehicle garage area. Richard Ressa, the Monk’s Estimator for Cedar Knolls and surrounds, came to the rescue to transform the tired rooms with some much needed fresh paint. This is one of many projects that was rendered as a labor donation to help our local community.
Before & After Photos
As you will see below the squad was in dire need of a painting makeover. It’s amazing how just some paint can make a room look like new.
Please take a look at the process of this project from start to finish and the steps we took along the way to completion.
Here our crew scraped all the loose paint
The ceiling with new paint is now free of cracks and peeling paint
Some corners had no paint at all and didn’t match the space
No more green walls or bare concrete walls, now this corner matches the space.
Here our men prepped the floors and the free standing items before paint was applied
The equipment cubbies are almost finished.
In the squad room our men primed the wood paneling before we painted
No more brown paneling in this room, our crew added two coats of paint after we primed the paneling
If you are a certified non-profit, and in need of painting or carpentry assistance, please complete and submit our Request for Labor Donation. If you meet the criteria we will let you know if we are able to donate services to your organization.
In the previous years we offered our painting services to the Madison Ambulance Corps.
We are also proud to offer an annual scholarship for local students. Five service-minded individuals can earn up to $2,000 towards college.
Monk’s Home Improvements is based in Morristown, NJ and services the surrounding towns. Monk’s has just opened a Kitchen & Bath Design Studio and Window, Doors & Floors Showroom at 1095 Mt. Kemble Ave.