First Floor Additions
If you are looking to expand your kitchen or family room, or to reconfigure and enlarge the living space of your home, consider a first floor addition. By enlarging existing space, you can have the features you want – such as a gourmet kitchen or new powder room – while staying in your existing home. Clients also use first floor additions to add new rooms, such as a home office, media room, three-season room or an extra bedroom.
Second Story Additions
We can take an older, one-story home and convert it into a modern, two-story residence. This is a great way to create a get into a much bigger home for less money. Often, older homes have their living space and two or three bedrooms all on one floor. By removing the roof, we can go up a full level, moving the bedrooms upstairs, and converting all the first floor space into new living space. These kinds of additions have a dramatic impact, and can often double the size of the original property.
If you need more space on both floors of your home – for example, more living space downstairs and an extra bedroom and bath upstairs – a two-story addition may be right for you. These large additions add a new wing to your home, providing you the extra square footage you want to meet your family’s needs.
New Space over the Garage
The space over your garage is a great place to add space to your home. Often, adding living space over the garage is very cost-effective, because much of the structure is already in place. You can add another bedroom, bathroom or upstairs playroom, or perhaps you want a brand-new master suite. Adding a luxurious master bedroom to your home can be one of the best ways to increase your home’s value. More than just added space, a custom-designed master bedroom suite is both a sanctuary and one of the two major areas that future buyers will value most.