Whether your house is suitable for an attic conversion depends on a number of factors. Those include the layout of your home, available attic space, roof pitch, type of construction, etc. We would be happy to schedule a time to come out and look over your home and discuss the possibilities.

Each project is different, but keep in mind your home already has a foundation and a roof. So finishing out the space can cost less than new construction or room additions. Once a plan is developed, we go through a budgeting phase to determine the exact cost of your project.

Much thought goes into accessing your attic space. A careful review of your floor plan will help determine the best place to build the stairs.  Our experts will be able to provide further extensive answers through an initial free consultation.

Absolutely! Plumbing fixtures and accessory appliances are available that allow you to build a bathroom almost anywhere in your new space.

Although home owners often consider building codes to be obstacles, safety and durability are the real missions of codes. Because local codes vary, your building inspector can provide a list of applicable codes and required inspections for your new finished attic space. 

The structural framing beneath your roof will determine if you can add living space into your attic and what it might look like.  Rafters, internal beams extending from the peak of the roof to its eaves, provide a center open space that you can readily remodel. 

Most building codes require that a living space be at least 7-1/2 feet high over 50 percent of the floor area.  This can be remedied by adding dormers to the existing roof.