If you’re looking for additional living space within your home, don’t forget about your attic. Transforming your attic into a bedroom or other functional space isn’t as difficult as you may think — even if it’s unfinished. If you hire Precision Home Design & Remodeling, we can easily help you create a plan to re-design this space. Here are a few tips to help you turn your attic into an upstairs oasis and add value to your home.
Any type of a home addition is a considerable investment that entails both advantages and disadvantages. Depending on the interest rates and the property value, the economic benefits of adding extra space may or may not be lost, which is why it is imperative that you make an informed decision. In this article, we are going to take a look at the pros and cons of expanding your home and whether it is right for you.
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The best home remodeling improves the home’s level of comfort and functionality. It is likely you don’t have the features, amenities or space you had hoped for when purchasing your home or that your lifestyle has changed. READ MORE
One of the more common questions that pops up for homeowners, is whether one should expand the current home with a room addition or to place the home up for sale and buy a larger, newer home. Generally, the reason for this question coming up is because your family is either growing in number, you have acquired too much stuff that takes up space, or you feel like you need more space to enjoy the home you have. While adding an extension onto your home may appear to be more expensive up front, moving to a new house can also be a costly experience and stressful at that. In this article, we will go over several reasons as to why it is better to invest in a room addition and expand than it is to buy a newer, larger home.
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With some strategic thinking about design, materials, & timing you can cut cost without cutting corners.
1.Hire a bonded, licensed and insured contractor.