New room additions offer a wide array of benefits: opportunity for rental income, a more spacious house, additional room for a growing family, and much more. Perhaps you want an additional bathroom or a new bedroom in a finished attic? Perhaps you would like a finished basement, a laundry room, a sun room, an entertainment room, formal dining room, a closet, a wine cellar, a home office, or a guest house? If you love your house and its location and just want more space (and zoning regulations allow), why not build a main level addition or a full second story? Instead of selling your house, buying a new house, and moving (which can be very expensive), why not consider enlarging your home? When considering an addition to the exterior of the home, consider how to match the existing siding with the new additions’ siding (or replace with all new siding), as well as, how to match the new windows to the old ones (it’s a great time to replace out all the old windows of your home, with new energy efficient windows and save money on your electric bills). Adding square footage to your home usually increases your home’s resale value.
Room AdditionErin Chapman