Additions and new builds are both new construction. This makes them fundamentally different from renovating an existing space. However, there are differences between the two.

Additions

In some cases, an addition is the best means to get the larger home or the amenities you desire. It can be cheaper than moving to a home that has the features you are considering adding, and it gives you more control over the details than buying an existing space.

Although it is new construction, it is new construction that needs to play well with the existing structure. This takes some skill to pull off. You don’t want visitors to be able to point to the addition and say “Yup, this was obviously tacked onto the existing structure.”

We will work with you to hammer out the details on designing the space and fitting it within your budgetary constraints. We have experience that can help guide you so you get the most bang for your buck without blowing the budget.

New Builds

A new build is a big project. Many people will only go through this once in their life. We are sensitive to the fact that this is a big deal for you and you may feel overwhelmed.

You can rely on us to make sure it goes well and becomes what you desire. New builds are a form of fresh creation. As such, it is typically a messy, stressful process for which many people are not fully prepared.

But the end result is well worth the hassle. It can get you a home uniquely suited to your needs. It is like the difference between buying a suit off the rack or having one custom made. Nothing fits quite as well as the thing designed and created especially for you and only you.