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    Custom Home Additions

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    Custom Home Additions: All you Need to Know

    A custom home addition is simply improving your home with an addition. Whether you opt to add a small room, a room above the garage, or an entire second floor. A custom addition is the ideal way to create more space in your existing home in Toronto.

    Are you feeling cramped in the family home? Or, are the kids getting too old to share? Is the kitchen too small for your needs? Are there five of you sharing a single bathroom? Do you want more storage, or do you have parents moving in and you require additional space? There are a thousand and one reasons you may need a custom home addition and they can make a massive difference to the functionality and comfort of your living space. Not to mention the fact that it increases the value of your home.

    Cheaper than Movinghome addition plan

    Your first impulse might have been to move, and when you started looking at homes you couldn’t find one the right size in your budget in the neighborhood you prefer. The thought of dealing with moving costs, selling and buying a new home, closing costs, and the stress that surrounds the entire process… it all sounds like too much. Especially considering you could opt for custom home additions instead.

    Weigh the options, whatever custom home addition you are looking at- you will gain extra space that has been custom tailored to how you live, the work can be completed by your timeline, you control the project and what time of year it is completed during, and with the help of a contractor you can create the space with your current and future needs in mind.

    Consider Before Building an Addition

    Before you get ahead of yourself, there are several things to bear in mind. The layout and design are vital, but some is the market value on the homes in the local areas, the costs you will incur, how you will finance your addition, the timetable you expect, and the disruption you will experience. If there is no good time to deal with disruption then considering modular or prefab additions may be the answer for you, this will also help control your costs.

    A custom home addition isn’t just about adding an extra piece; it’s about enhancing your whole home. Your custom home addition should blend with the current style and architecture of your Canadian home. It shouldn’t overpower the rest of the room, or appear as its own structure, instead it should be complementary. The most popular additions include, sunrooms, family rooms, and garages.

    Find a reputable contractor in Toronto who will work with you to come up with a plan that fits your budget, space, and needs. Remember, items like flooring, siding, and windows need to be ordered in advance so get those decisions made quickly to ensure the process is as smooth as possible.