Crafting a home that grows with you

Home additions, expansions, studios, ADUs, and new homes — we've done it all.

Unlocking your home's potential

You love your home, community, and the close-knit friendships you've cultivated nearby. But as your home grapples with the challenges of modern living, you might be starting to feel a bit boxed in. The good news? The solution is there, you just need to know where to look.

Explore common types of home additions and expansions

To add more livable square footage, you have two options: build new or finish unfinished spaces. Here are six ways to add more livable space:

One of the primary reasons to choose a second story is to expand the living space. A second story allows for additional bedrooms, bathrooms, or recreational areas, providing more room for a growing family or changing needs.

Imagine a new bedroom, bathroom, closet, and office space ☞

Creating a separate, self-contained living space on the property, often as a standalone structure or by converting existing space, like a garage or basement. ADUs can serve as independent living quarters and are sometimes referred to as in-law suites or granny flats.

1907-Inspired Garage, Workshop, and Studio

A bump-out addition involves extending a portion of a house outward, typically on the ground floor. Extending a specific area of a room, such as the kitchen or bathroom, to create additional space without a full-scale addition.

By enclosing a porch or sunroom, you can effectively add usable indoor square footage to your home – and enjoy its benefits throughout the entire year. This versatile living space can be adapted to your specific needs. Moreover, these rooms typically receive ample natural light, allowing you to relish the outdoor ambiance while remaining protected from the elements.

From a three-season porch to connected part of the home  

Sometimes, the answer is right under your nose. Basements often get a bad rap for being dark and dreary, leaving them underutilized. In reality, they offer versatile space and are often a blank slate ready to be reimagined.

attic home addition and expansionAttics are often underutilized storage spaces. Converting them allows homeowners to make the most of every inch of their property, turning previously wasted space into functional living areas.

1904 Victorian attic in Summit Hill is transformed into a getaway space ☞ 


Professional Craftsmanship

When we design and build home additions and expansions, we use professional designers, master carpenters, high-quality materials, and skilled tradespeople.

Artfully blending old and new

In our design and construction process, we use professional designers, master carpenters, high-quality materials, and skilled tradespeople. Your addition will seamlessly integrate with your home’s exterior and interior, giving the appearance that it has always belonged.

Tailoring to you

When you acquired your home, it came with a history of decisions made by those who owned it before you. This is your chance to shape your space to reflect your style, preferences, and lifestyle.

Continuing the legacy

Ultimately, we aim to create an extension of your home that will withstand the test of time. Your home will transform into a living piece of history that you can pass down from one generation to the next.

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“When I’m meeting with a client, it’s not to sell them something. I’m there to listen to them, and to see how we can address their needs.”

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Our design-build process takes the stress out of remodeling and protects you from unwelcome surprises and scope creep.