Are you starting to feel that your home is getting a little crowded? Maybe your children are growing, your family is expanding, and moving is not an option you’re considering?
Room additions may be your best chance at improving your space.
There are several ways you can add livable space to your current home, and it all depends on where you need the extra room to be.
Some of the most common additions include:
Popularly known as a single room addition, such additions are usually built on the side of a house meant for one single function. They can either be a bedroom, a kitchen or sometimes a bathroom.
A kitchen bump-out can be a 50- to 100-feet addition, allowing you to add a kitchen island or a breakfast nook.
Though a small addition, you’ll still need to adhere to local codes and zoning requirements.
- Multi-room additions
These are usually a complete addition with multiple rooms added to the side of the existing house. This addition essentially blends with the current home, and they can be:
- Guest rooms
- A dining room
- A great room
- And a full bathroom
With a multi-room addition, you will have to plan your rooms well. For example, a guest room addition cannot be next to the kitchen.
- Room extensions
This may be the most comprehensive type of room addition; you’re not only adding more space, but you’re also remodeling your existing space.
An example of room extensions is a kitchen renovation while reconfiguring your existing home, including removing or adding walls.
Conversions may be in the form of garage or basement additions. It’s simply converting an unused space into a more valuable and livable space.
You will need to make changes, including changing flooring, adding utilities, and installing a ceiling.
Get started with your room additions project
Home additions are known to be one of the most expensive renovations. To get started, you need:
- A well thought through budget
- Determine the type of addition
- Create a design plan
- And a design-build professional
We ensure the outcome is perfect and the job is completed on time and within your budget.