Are you thinking about a room addition because you are tired of feeling like your house is running out of room? Can you use an extra bedroom? Would an extra bathroom make your life easier? Does the kitchen need to be bigger? Or maybe it would be nice to have a bigger family room or dining room? Often times, a room addition or a second story addition is an inexpensive way to increase your living space while improving your quality of life.
Whether you expect your family to grow or you would like to boost the resale value of your home, we can design and build the perfect room addition for your home. Contractors Group consists of skilled team members who have a wealth of experience in all phases of construction. The key to a good room addition design is to make it look as if it was always part of the original structure. We have extensive knowledge and experience with room additions and second story home additions, and we promise to get the job done on time and on budget.
In addition to a free consultation, our skilled team will also help you in every step of the process by:
• Providing ideas and full design service
• Obtaining building plans and permits
• Providing you with a detailed proposal and contract with no hidden aspects
• Adding detail to your existing plans
• Completing your room addition or second story addition project from start to finish
You too will be amazed at how much
easier life can be when a little extra space is added to your home. So go
ahead, call us today. We are happy to provide you with absolutely the best
service and quality for all of your home improvement needs.
Here are some guidelines to understand as you consider adding a room or a second story home addition:
1. Room Addition Estimates
Homeowners often wonder how different bids can vary so much in price, when all companies are looking at the same plans. The simple answer is that the pricing is all in the details. Make sure to put all the details in writing, an essential way to eliminate confusion about the products to be used and the work to be done. This way, builders can give accurate bids and buyers can compare them easily.
2. Find out the Location of Property Lines
Local codes have restrictions with
regard to how close you can build to your neighbors, streets or even into your
own back yard. The first thing you want to do is locate your property lines and
develop a plot plan, which would include your home, landscaping, and the
location of your utilities. Our team competent and experienced architects would
be able to assist you with this process.
3. Develop a design that complements your current floor plan
Look at the structure and the floor plan of your existing home. This will allow you to gather your own ideas on how you envision your new room addition. Finally, with the help of an architect and an interior designer you can develop a plan that provides the most attractive, useful and economical addition to your home.