The Styles & Options for Your Home Additions are Endless
Servicing Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Gibsonton, Riverview, Wesley Chapel and surrounding areas.
Additions start out at $300 per sq. ft. and go up depending on complexity. For a home addition to make financial sense, it should be larger than 500 sq. ft. because of the startup cost. The larger the home addition, the more savings the customer sees, or the further their money will stretch. Your home additions must meet your property setback requirements. Most setbacks are 10 feet from your property line on each side of your home, and 20 feet from your back property line and 20 feet from your front Utility egress or no further protruding from your neighbor left and right of your house. Our home additions are designed to match the existing home from the exterior as if it was always there including the foundation, siding, windows and roof line.
Master en suite additions are typically 600-800 sq. ft. They consist of a 15×15 bedroom, 150 sf his and hers walk in closet, 175sf bathroom to include a oversized walk in shower, stand alone soaker tub, toilet closet, 80 inch vanity cabinet, level 2 stone countertops, seamless glass enclosure. The 200 sq. ft. flex space can be used for a office or home gym. Second story additions start at $350 per sf and go up. They can include a master en suite, they can be 2 bedrooms with a jack and jill bathroom and a media room, they can be a home gym, they can be anything you want them to be. A two-story car garage with a flex space above garage with or without a bathroom used as an office or used as a casita home.
Other home additions that we do larger than Master En Suites are MIL Suites. Mother in Law Suites are also approximately 600 sq. ft. and up. This includes the same size bedroom but with a normal size closet, a living room which includes a dinette with hard wood cabinets, level 2 stone countertops, single bowl undermount sink, apartment size refrigerator, tile backsplash, and a standard size bathroom with either a walk in shower or bathtub. Other additions can be to enlarge the kitchen and extend the kitchen into a “great” room. This is for people who want a larger kitchen and another living space separate from what they have now. Most additions require and include an electrical panel upgrade and HVAC upgrade in size.
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1. First Consultation
2. Second Consultation
3. Construction Budget
4. Construction Budget Review
6. Engineered Plans
7. Construction Phase
8. Customer Concierge
9. The Final Touches
10. Customer Walkthrough
11. Enjoy Your New Home Addition
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