NJ HOME ADDITIONS
Are you planning on building a home addition? A new home addition offers you and your family the extra needed room that you have been looking for. As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor in Bergen County New Jersey, we have built custom room additions, home additions and home remodeling projects of all sorts and sizes. Are you interested in building an addition on your home? If so, here are a few items to think about.
NJ ROOM ADDITIONS
Do you live in a home that needs a room addition or home addition. What type of addition are you looking to install? Well there are lots of questions we could ask you to pin point the exact type of room that will work for you and your family. Home remodeling these days usually consists of remodeling your home plus adding an addition of at least 400 square feet or more. We are seeing a huge trend in families adding multi level additions to their homes. What the rooms are usually comprised of is mostly the same from family to family. The multi level addition consists of a rear first floor family room and an upper bedroom addition. Most times the upper bedroom home addition will be a master bedroom suite. The suite will have walk in closets and a separate area for the master bedroom. The original master bedroom usually is the larger of the original bedrooms. That room usually gets downsized and renovated to allow an access hall into the new master bedroom suite.
Home additions can be an expansion of any existing room or the creation of an entirely new floor plan to your home. Whether you own a cape, ranch, bi-level, split level etc., you can add an addition to your home and enlarge that part of your home as long as it conforms to your local building department regulations. Kitchen expansions along with master bedrooms suites and family rooms seem to be the way that the home additions trend is moving in these days. The real estate market is dictating that it is harder to sell during these times so homeowners opt to take their homes off the market and go the route of a home remodeling. A home addition will bring their home up to par and make it a more livable environment for many families.
A more extreme home improvement option is to completely renovate your home. Renovating your home down to the original studs will be considered a complete home renovation. Any of the existing interior wall will be reconfigured to make way for a new floor plan layout. Many homeowners will completely renovate their home when they have decided on building an addition to their home. Enlarging the home significantly usually involves redirecting and reconfiguring your home’s layout.