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  • Jennifer Lane-Alwan

3 Reasons to build an addition to your home

Have you ever considered building an addition to your home? Whether it’s to add square footage or increase the functionality of your living space, a home addition can boost your home value while also improving your quality of life.

But why build an addition? Here are some of the most common reasons to consider:

Adding space for a growing household
Expanding the livable square footage of your home is one of the most basic reasons why people build additions to their homes. Particularly in cases where a household is expanding and needing more space, a room addition is the natural solution.

Adding even one additional bedroom can boost your home value while giving you and your fellow residents more room to live.

Creating room for entertaining & hosting guests
Have you always wanted a home theater or game room? Expanding your livable square footage for entertainment purposes is another way to add value to your home while giving you a dedicated place for media enjoyment.

Adding a guest room or guest suite is another popular and practical construction project. Creating dedicated guest rooms gives you the flexibility to host friends and relatives, while also allowing them extra privacy and comfort.

Enhancing your work-from-home experience
As more and more people work remotely, the need for home office space becomes increasingly important. While many homeowners choose to convert an existing room into an office space, others choose house additions to enhance their work life and productivity.

Creating a separate office space allows for a better work-life balance by creating a natural separation between living space and working space. It can also help to cut down on distractions from the rest of the home for a comfortable and efficient work day.

Expanding your home might seem like a massive undertaking, but there are plenty of reasons to consider it. If you find yourself in need of extra square footage or wanting to boost your home’s value, keep these home addition ideas in mind.
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