Attic Photos From Start to Finish

Attic remodeling is the least expensive way to add equity to your home.

Many homes have potential living space in the attic that will increase the equity in your home by almost a $100.00 per foot. Finishing an attic or adding a dormer can make a small if no exterior change and create a media room, bedroom, etc. that adds more footage to your home. So call us for a free estimate for your Attic Remodel because what may seem like wasted space like an attic can become a wise investment.

Check out the section and see our new movie style slide show of the progression from start to finish  of this remodeling project. The slide show was produced by RichmondTimeLapse.com.

Finishing an Attic or interior portion of your house to living space is a great return on your home investment!

This existing attic space was strictly a utility space and storage area. We relocated and the HVAC return, framed in knee walls, a new window and partition walls. Rafters in your attic sometime needs to be framed down for today’s new energy driven building codes for insulation.
The walls were insulated to R-13 and ceilings to R-38. Sheetrock for this remodel measures 1/2″ in thickness and was placed in the attic when the framing was boomed up from the street.

 

So contact us today when you want to finish a attic or basement space.

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