If you really want to transform the look and utility of your home, consider adding an addition. This may vary and appear very different from homeowner to homeowner, based on needs and the current configuration of the structure. There are ways to truly tailor your home to fit your distinct lifestyle and what you want to spend on the remodeling project.
Consider the following home additions to transform your space:
A new room
If you have ever wished that you had more space, such as for a home office or a guest room, an addition may be the perfect solution. There are numerous ways to achieve this, either through bumping-out a current space in the home, converting an attic or basement, or constructing a room from scratch. Homeowners may find that recreating existing spaces in the home or simply extending the exterior walls of a room are more cost-efficient than adding-on a new room to the home.
More vertical space
Another way to transform your home is to convert unused overhead space, such as in the attic, garage, or dormers of the structure. Some may even want to add dormers to create additional nooks and spaces for use as offices, bedrooms, and kids' play areas. The cost for these types of conversions is relatively cheap and the project is fairly simple.
A grand foyer
Nothing greets your guests like a grand foyer at the front of your home, and an effective way to do this is to add dormers along the front of the structure. These provide an open feel with windows and light, as well as the space that the dormers bring to your property. Adding dormers to your home is an excellent way to improve the home's overall curb appeal, too.
Instead of adding on a room, consider adding space on to your existing master bedroom, turning it into a master suite. Focus construction on extending exterior walls or adding a pad and an addition to create a bathroom or sitting area for your existing bedroom. Talk with general contractors regarding the most cost-efficient and practical approaches for your distinct home.
A family annex
Consider an annex to be a detached addition to your home, an idea that might be most practical for your particular property. These structures may serve as guest quarters, pool houses, and home offices, and typically are built within easy access to the rest of your home.
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