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With lots of consideration we realized it was best for us to add on a bedroom to our 1950s ranch instead of buying a new house that was larger, here is a glimpse to how it happen. If you're looking for an exterior glimpse click here. In order to make an entrance to the new addition, we cut space from our old master bedroom and added a hallway through that room to gain access to the new room, this worked great because we were able to keep the old master bathroom with our new master bedroom…

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Today we are featuring a guest blogger, James Wentling, of the James Wentling/Architect firm in Philadelphia, PA. He is discussing the in’s and out’s of the in-law suite. I found myself in the exact situation James describes when my father died and my mother needed to live with us. We built on an “in-law suite,” just as James…

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The couple had a spacious colonial but the only thing missing was the master suite that they always dreamed of. So our company helped them first with the building department

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Planning a home addition can be the perfect way to expand your living space without the stress of purchasing a new home. Here are four things to think.

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A room addition is an excellent option for homeowners for many reasons. They are cost-effective, you can custom tailor them to fit your home and needs, and they are an excellent option for those wh…

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To those who are concerned about codes, realize this satisfies local building codes. This may not make sense in wet areas but here in the desert it's perfect...

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Hello! About a year & a half ago we completed an addition to our home. I never really blogged about it during the process because {one} It was a super stressful time! ha! ;){two} At times I wasn’t 100% sure we could pull if off. Annnnd {three} it took a super long time to get ‘er done! Adding on to your house is a HUGE decision. It is not one to take lightly, & so much goes into deciding how to do it, what needs to be done, how to pay for it, where to begin & lastly, finishing the job. So…

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In a bedroom community with smaller properties, an addition can increase the value of your house, says Gerald Barrett, an agent with Christopher J. Barrett Realtors in Wakefield. “I don’t think you’d get 100 percent of your money back,” he says, “but maybe 75 percent, and your house won’t sit on the market for long.” Building an addition can seem like a daunting prospect--especially if you plan to do some of the work yourself or even act as your own general contractor. Here, what you need to…

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