Many people keep their attics unfinished, using them merely as an extra storage space. With proper carpentry work it is possible to turn this space in your home into a new and livable space. Over the course of three weeks our team completely refinished this Morris Plains, NJ attic so that the homeowners could use the space as a bedroom.
To begin this remodeling project our team at Monk’s Home Improvements framed out the entire attic space.
Closed cell spray foam insulation was used to completely insulate the space and make it a suitable living space.
The existing window was removed and replaced with a new window selected and purchased from the Monk’s showroom.
A custom built in window bench was built by our team of carpenters. This bench was built out of birch wood.
All new lighting was installed, as well as brand new smoke detectors.
New closet doors were also selected and purchased from Monk’s.
This refinishing project added access doors to the attic’s crawl space. New sheetrock was installed throughout the entire attic. The entire space was treated to a full interior paint job.
A new railing was also installed.
After three weeks of work by our team at Monk’s Home Improvements this attic was completely transformed and ready to be used as an additional bedroom..
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