House and Attic Remodel
About The Project
By embracing the angled walls of their attic, the owners added livable space to their home and created a custom hideaway. These rooms mix the playful with the practical by providing built-ins and a sky light. This is a perfect spot for guests or for a kid’s sleepover.
The remodel of the “Jack and Jill” bathroom, accessible from the children’s bedrooms, was made more convenient for two people to use simultaneously.
The home’s curb appeal was maximized by updating it with a new paint color, changing the front entry with a new door and creating an appealing walkway. All of this combined with new landscaping gives the house a more desirable presence from the street. An enclosed patio room was added to the back of the house and outdoor living spaces were designed to make it an attractive and desirable place to entertain.
Artie’s work has been impressive on many levels. In May of 2013, I purchased a home that while having a great foundation, would nevertheless need a massive
overhaul. Having seen the work Artie had done on my daughters home, I was confident that he would be more than able to combine the creative designs and ideas my daughter Megan had, with his own knowledge, expertise, and high standards. Floors, doors, windows, and roofs were ripped out and replaced. Walls were taken down and added elsewhere to make better use of space. The entire plumbing and electric systems were updated, all aided by the dedication and professionalism of Artie and his team. Furthermore, all the workers Artie hired were both entirely proficient in their jobs in addition to being wonderful to work with. The one roadblock we ran into, related to homeowners association guidelines, Artie was able to swiftly resolve. Most impressive was the timeliness of Artie and his team, as the entire project was completed by December of the same year. Overall, Artie was able to take a rundown space and turn it into a home.