Is Adding-On the Right Move?

Home-AdditionMore space versus just moving on, there are many benefits to stay where you are. A home addition can really benefit you in the long term and more immediately depending on the situation. If it’s a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or family room, the extra square footage will open up a world of possibilities.

It may not be something you want to hear but there are a lot more kids moving back home these days. According to a recent study by the Pew Research Center, almost 40% of young adults live at home with their parents. On the flip side of all that, more elders are choosing to move back in with their children. Either way more space is almost always needed.

An entire bathroom and bedroom can be the perfect addition for returning youth or aging parents. Even if it’s not a permanent living situation, out of town guests will certainly benefit from your expanded living quarters.Kitchen Addition You can even choose to rent it out down the road if you’re in need of some extra income or to make up for building costs.

Home additions save on the hassle of packing, hiring movers and reorganizing. Additions don’t invade your existing living conditions immediately either. The concrete work and framing are typically underway for a couple weeks before the construction moves into your home.

Whatever the case may be it’s exciting to dream of all the possibilities. Creating some long term equity and satisfying your immediate needs for functionality are just a couple of the benefits to adding on. Have us help make your vision come to life. You never know, it might be nice to have the house full again!

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