Basement Remodels & Room Addition
The basement is one of the most ignored and underrated areas of a home. People would turn it into storage areas for things they don’t use anymore or things they aren’t using anytime soon. It’s presumed to be a dark isolated part of the house completely abandoned by everyone at home(sometimes even considered the haunted part of the house). We can help you remodel your basement into a lounge, where you can just kick back relax and do nothing. Or you could turn it into a room for meditation, or set up your video game rig there. You can turn your basement into anything you want.Room addition on the other hand is a single room structure erected onto the side of a house to serve a particular function. Room additions are used when there’s the need for more space or you just need a different room to do something different; could be a video game room, table tennis court, anything. But usually, people would use it for a kitchen or an additional bedroom or even a bathroom. Below are types of room addition you can incorporate into your home
Conventional home addition
As the name implies, conventional home additions are structures erected to the side of the main building which is constantly open to the main building. This is just like a home attached to a bigger home, conventional home additions would usually have rooms, bathrooms and on rare occasions, we could even have kitchens in them, just like a regular home(just a little smaller). This home addition don’t have kitchens in them except they’re supposed to be a different apartment, just attached to the main house. It also allows architecture, plumbing, and electrical works just like the main house.
This home appendage is mostly a supplementary mini-living area usually separated from the main house by doors. Sunrooms can’t fully perform the function of a conventional full-size home addition but they can pretty much do the same thing. They are usually made of materials like aluminum or thermal-resistant glass and sometimes they are built from wood or concrete and other materials used for the main building itself. Sunrooms are never equipped with bathrooms or kitchens in them, they are also not designed to be permanent living structures like the conventional addition hence they can be built with glass and don’t require air conditioning or heating
This attachment is the smallest of structures you can have alongside your house. Bump outs are basic room attachments that serve just one purpose. These rooms are usually additional bedrooms or bathrooms for the main buildings. When there aren’t enough bathrooms in the house and you just have to get another attachment to your house; these rooms also have a roof of their own, also attached to the main building. While it may look simple and small it’s relatively expensive and also requires permits and inspections just like a regular home.