Additions & Remodels
Living space additions are generally the largest project you can do to your home. These projects
take a great deal of planning in order to make sure your new addition is built to city code, is in a
safe location, and best meets your needs as a homeowner.
We have 15 years experience in new living space additions as well as new garage or storage space
additions. All additions will be build to code and you will receive a certificate of occupancy, as well
as copies of all passed inspections conducted on your new addition.
When it comes to remodeling, every project is different. During a remodeling project, it is your chance
to be creative to have a new space that you will enjoy for years to come. We want to help you fulfill
those dreams every step of the way.
If you are interested in a new living space addition to your home, give us a call for a free in home
consultation to begin your project planning today.
When starting to plan a new remodeling project or living space addition, you might not know
where to start. Below are a few kick starters to get you going.
1. How much is it going to cost me?
The total cost will always be the first priority in any project. You want to remodel your home but
you don't necessarily want to break the bank doing so. If you are thinking about a new living space
addition, keep in mind that the average starting cost is around $100 per square foot.
Each remodeling project will be different so no two prices will ever be the same. It all depends on
what types of materials you want to upgrade to. One recommendation would be to take a trip to
your local hardware store and price some of the materials you plan on using (cabinets, counter tops,
flooring, accessories and so on).
2. How long will the project take?
On average, a new addition can take anywhere from 6-8 weeks. This may seem like a long time
but it actually goes faster than you think.
Other remodeling project times can vary, but the average time for a full kitchen or bathroom
remodel is 1-2 weeks. Keep this in mind when planning a new project as there may be days when
someone will need to be home to let work crews in and out of the house.