Home additions come in all shapes and sizes. Aside from adding comfort and convenience to your life, another question we are often asked, is, “what value will this add to my home?” Below are just 3 of the different types of home additions and some factors to consider when it comes to the value of your home:

1. Full Additions

Full additions are the most common project we see in the Twin Cities home remodeling market. They add space and square footage, and can be any type of room – bedroom, den, dining or living room, and so much more. The only considerations are your budget and the size of your lot.

Full additions can be the most expensive and time consuming, but the payoff can also add greatly to the resale value of the home. Considering current trends and home desires, large open kitchens, master suites, more family room space, etc., are great ways to increase your home’s value.

2. Bump Outs

Bump outs are small home remodeling projects using an already existing room and aregood ways to add extra square footage where you need it most.

The cost of bump outs can vary greatly and depends on a number of factors, but generally in terms of cost per square foot, these types of additions tend to be more expensive than large builds. To determine the home value of your preferred bump out, give us a call to come out and take a look.

3. Room Conversions

If you have an extra garage or attic being unused, they can hold valuable square footage ready for the taking. Consider converting these into something more useful like a bedroom, workshop, office, or craft room.

This option can be a great way to add value to your home with space you already have – win-win!

Additions and modifications to your home add space, functionality and resale value in one fell swoop. Contact us today to see how we can help you make the right choice for your space!