Home Addition Plans
Today, home addition plans are increasingly popular with many homeowners. In fact, adding on to the existing space that you already have is sometimes a better option than selling your home and moving to a bigger house. Adding an addition also allows you to keep the home you love while getting that much-needed room that you want.
A home addition plan can be used to enlarge a room that may be too small, or you can add an entire floor onto your home to significantly increase the space that you have available. The room you add can be inside your home, or you can opt to build an outside addition, like a porch or deck.
Every Variety Under the Sun
When it comes to planning a home addition, there are countless designs and styles to choose from. You can choose to add on horizontally or vertically, depending on the amount of property available and the current size of your home.
A new home addition can include many different kinds of rooms (or sections) and are added in numerous ways, including:
- Increasing the size of a current room
- Adding a new room
- Building a wing addition to add an entire section to your home
- The addition of a whole floor and several rooms
- Installing or adding to an existing dormer
- Arizona Rooms
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The best way to transform your house into your dream home is to hear it from other homeowners that have previously added onto their house. In fact, some of our clients have been kind enough to share their stories and experiences.
Contact us today for the highest quality, home additions plans, and designs. We proudly serve Scottsdale, Phoenix, and the Phoenix Metro area. Call (480) 428-2695 for your free consultation, or contact us online.
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