Types of Additions
Home additions come in all shapes, sizes, and styles. You can count on us to work with you to plan a home addition that meets your unique needs and preferences. Some of the most common home additions we’ve built over the years include:
- Family Rooms
- Home Offices
- Media Rooms
- Man Caves
- Second Story Rooms
- Master Suites
- Garage Apartments
Contact us so we can design a customized plan, which includes a design, budget, and blueprint. We’ll be happy to work with a contractor you already know and trust or offer our own contracting services.
Once we have a contractor finalized, we’ll create a contract, which will clearly lay out the scope of work, timeline, and budget so that everyone is on the same page. Lastly, we’ll purchase all of the materials and ensure they’re either on-site or in our warehouse before your project begins.
Now, we take your vision and bring it to life. We’ll oversee your entire project to make sure your contractor completes it on time and on budget all while meeting our rigorous quality standards. Of course, we’ll keep you updated on progress, from start to finish.
The Final Walkthrough
Once your addiction has been built, we’ll walk through it with you to ensure it exceeds your every expectation. We leave you with a one year labor warranty as well as manufacturer's material warranty. Our team will follow up with you on a quarterly basis to ensure you’re still thrilled with the results.
It all depends on the type and size of addition you’d like. Generally speaking, however, the permitting and design phases can take anywhere between 4 to 6 months. You’ll likely need to wait 7 to 12 months to enjoy the final results.
If you like your home and neighborhood but wish you had more space, a home addition can be a great option. Compared to moving, it’s less expensive and less stressful. With an addition, you’ll also have full control of the design and significantly increase the resale value of your home.
The size of your addition should be based on your unique goals. If you build too small, you may find the process not worth the effort. On the other hand, if you build too big, you may not receive an adequate return on your investment. We can help you determine the ideal size.
Whether your addition should be built up or out must be based on structural factors as well as the zoning requirements in your area. The type of addition you’d like will also play a role. Rest assured we’re here to offer a recommendation.
Contact World Class Contracting Today
Interested in building an Addition? Contact us today to get the process started. We look forward to meeting you!