Mirrored Wall Removal

 

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Scope of work: The clients just bought a new home in Madison, NJ. They wanted to remove the mirrors and bookshelves from the walls and then change the paint color of the room. They also needed to fix some issues with the floor; there was a large stain in the middle of the room.  After removing the bookshelves, wood needed to replace the carpeted floor underneath.  We also repaired the crown molding in the room.

Location: Madison, NJ 07940

Timeline: 5 days

Before Mirrored Wall Removal

This is what the room looked like before Monk's started working on it
This is what the room looked like before Monk’s started working on it

In the above picture you can see the mirrors and bookshelves that the client wanted removed. They also wanted to paint the walls a different color.

Stain on the floor.
Stain on the floor.

As mentioned in the scope of work, there was a stain on the floor from the previous owner, they had left a rug over this spot.

 

Work in Progress

Removing the book shelves and mirrors
Bookshelves and mirrored wall removal

 

The first step was removing the bookshelves and mirrors from the room. The mirrors had been doubled up, so we were surprised when we pulled back the mirror and found another mirror behind it.

Carpeting we discovered under the bookshelves.
Carpeting we discovered under the bookshelves.

With our initial estimate, we suspected that there would be carpet under the bookshelves rather than wood. We couldn’t be positive until the bookshelves were actually removed, so we gave our clients two quotes, dependent on whether or not there was carpet under the bookshelves. We do everything we can to make sure there are no surprise costs during a project.

Working on the walls.
Working on the walls.

The marks on the walls are from removing the glue that was holding the mirrors to the walls. We had to smooth and repair the walls before painting them with the new color.

The final step was installing more crowning
The final step was installing more crowning

After painting the walls the new light brown color, the final step was to install crowning around the entire room that matched the existing white crowning. Crowning would be installed around the ceiling and the floor, as you’ll see below.

After the Walled Mirror Removal

Completed floor
Completed floor

Here you can see the white crowning we added along the edge of the floor. This picture also shows one of the spots where it used to be carpet (hard to notice, right?). We put wood in to replace the carpet and we staggered the wood so it doesn’t look out of place. The result: The added wood blends right in with the rest of the floor.

Completed painting and crowning
Completed painting and crowning

 

These final two pictures show the finished walls with their new color and the new crowning running along the floor and ceiling.

If you would like to see more of us in action, check out this custom built-in cabinet we made in Madison or some crown molding, sheet rocking, and interior painting we did in Basking Ridge.

 

If you are considering getting some interior work done on your walls or floors, we would like the opportunity to tell you why we think we are the best painting and carpentry company in Madison, NJ 07940.

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