Building a Home Addition is Easier with MDV Remodeling

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Home Additions Large and Small

Building a simple room addition or complex multi-room/multi-story home addition is easier than you think if you use MDV. This is because of MDV’s unique TruYou Design Build™ process.

House additions can take a home that no longer works for you and make it perfect. Building a home or room addition can sometimes be the difference between being able to stay in the home and neighborhood you love or having to move. Some types of home additions allow older homeowners to stay in their homes much longer, as they can incorporate design principles that make the homes safer, more convenient, and comfortable as you move into retirement.

Types of Home Additions

The kind of home addition that will be best for you is often based on your need, desires, property size, budget, and zoning. When you have space on your lot to expand your home’s footprint, such as by adding rooms or a wing to your home, you can add space to your main floor and even upper floors. If you can’t build an addition to the side or back of your home, you can build up. You can add a second story to your entire home or just part of it.

Typically, home additions fall into these categories:

  • Single room addition
  • Multi-room home addition
  • Second story home addition
  • Multi-story home addition
  • In-law suites
  • Main floor master suite additions
  • Major home addition (adding a wing addition, for example)
  • Pop-top addition
  • Bump-out
  • Converting an unfinished attic to a living space addition
  • Deck, porch, or sunroom addition
  • Building a separate pool house or guest house
  • Building a separate detached garage, home office, studio, or workshop

House Additions Can Be High-Performance, Energy-Efficient, and Very Comfortable

There is a special benefit about building a home addition today. Additions today can be built using energy efficient techniques, making the new rooms more comfortable and cost less to heat and cool than ever before. Also, new types of heating and cooling systems can be used so that you don’t have to replace your current systems. Nor do you have to put a greater load on an existing system than it was designed for. Your new addition can be its own zone, or each room can even be its own zone for heating and cooling.

Don’t Build an Addition to Your House without Contacting MDV Remodeling First

Whatever your goals, our experienced team ensures that when we expand your living space, it blends in seamlessly with your existing home. With MDV’s TruYou Design Build™ process, everything we do is to your specifications. Together we strive to ensure your complete satisfaction and loyalty. Our experience, resources, and processes mean our results are a better overall value for you.

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