|Our attic after open cell spray foam|
|After spray foam (open cell) my future sewing space|
|My future sewing space After first day of sheet rock|
What We Have Done So Far
We're finally at the over 1/2 way done part. We now have heat and air (HVAC), electrical rough ins (still need to do the electrical finishing after we paint), spray foam, and drywall. My attic design plan centers around keeping as much space as possible. We are having built in storage in the knee walls instead of just blocking them off, and having a cathedral ceiling instead of just putting sheet rock to the roof rafters. Apparently this makes sheet rocking and mudding and tapping into a super difficult long job, because instead of having a box you have all kind of angles and small spaces to get into. Apparently our drywaller did not realize how difficult the job would be (our contractor hired him) and almost walked out the second day. Our contractor's project manager (the guy in charge on the job site) had to come over and talk him into staying to finish.
|Our attic view as you walk into the space after first day of dry wall|
|Our attic after first day of dry wall|
Update we are done! See our final results in Part 3: Final Results! Tons of Built in Storage
Check out my Attic Remodel board on Pinterest to see my inspiration and my Dream Craft room board, and if you missed Part 1 of this series (the before and our design plan) check it out here.
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