Home additions are a fun and unique way to increase the visual appearance, functionality, and value of your residential home. By adding an addition to your existing residential home, you can accommodate your growing family without the hassle of moving or putting your house up for sale. The options for an addition are endless, from adding bathrooms, bedrooms, offices, living space, kitchen, or if you're short on space even adding a 2nd story addition. If you need more square footage, Construction Unlimited knows exactly how to create it, whether you need to build outward or upward or simply make use of existing space.
Additions offer a very high return on investment
Expand your living space to accommodate your growing family, create the master bedroom of your dreams or finally add that wanted theater room. Additions add square footage which increases your residential home’s value. Additional rooms and space in your residential home are an attractive feature to buyers, so you're not only investing in your immediate needs, you'll be investing on a residential home improvement feature that will help sell your home faster in the future.
Maximizing Your Home’s Square Footage
At Construction Unlimited, we can expertly manage your room addition project from concept to completion. Our residential home addition contractors will work with you to create a seamless extension of your existing residential home, and offer creative floor plan solutions that are right for your goals and space. During our consultation, our expert contractors aim to educate our customers on the many options that are available and to ultimately plan and budget an addition that best fits your needs. Our contractors will work with you to secure building permits and make sure all your additions comply with zoning ordinances and restrictions. Construction Unlimited understands that building an addition to your residential home is an important decision, so our entire team is committed to making sure the process is comfortable and that the end result meets your needs, and more importantly, your budget.