Does your home need more space? Perhaps a growing family or a new hobby finds you needing to expand your current space. Room additions can take shape in a variety of ways- whether you build up or build out- we take personal pride in our attention to detail on your home additions. From start to finish, we focus on quality craftsmanship, innovation, and the professional completion of your design and construction objectives. Take a look at the types of home additions to decide whats right for you:
Second floor additions are great way to expand the living space in your current home. Depending on the situation, building up can sometimes be less expensive per square foot than building out because there won't be any need for foundation building. With a second floor addition, you can add bedrooms, bathrooms, an office/study, or any other space you desire.
Additionally, one may consider a dormer addition. A dormer is an addition We can build a dormer which is an addition that comes through the roof to create a higher ceiling and more interior space. This will require removing part of the roof and building the new structure into the space.
Every home needs to have a family room! It's the perfect space in the home to gather with friends and family, enjoy video and board games, and watch movies.
Tired of having to share a bathroom with your children? Add a bathroom in your master bedroom. Don't have enough bathrooms to suite your family and guests? Consider building a new bathroom on the main level of your home.
A kitchen addition, also known as a 'bump-out' addition is ideal for in-law suites or basement apartments. They provide an additional space to cook and entertain guests without having to return to the main level of the home.
If your family is expanding, a bedroom addition or in-law suite might be your best option. Avoid the stress of having to move into a larger home by building an addition like this one. Building a bedroom or in-law suite will increase both the size of your home and it's value. For more on basement remodeling in DeKalb, check out our blog: " 8 Must-Have Features for a Basement Remodel'.
Your basement is a blank canvas that you can fill in with anything from extra bedrooms, bathrooms, a home office, media room, or home gym. The possibilities are truly endless!
If you work remotely or prefer to have a workspace at home, consider an office addition. You can add enough space for a full-sized desk and seating area. It will help you to focus on your work by eliminating distractions in other areas of your home.