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Top 3 Reasons People Pursue Home Additions

Last updated 6 years ago

Since building a new home is both expensive and time-consuming, most people choose to purchase homes that are already built. However, since these homes were built with another’s lifestyle in mind, many find it necessary to make several additions. Here are a few of the top reasons why homeowners pursue home additions:

  1. You Have A New Addition to the Family: Having a child can make a decent-sized home suddenly seem very small. Also, many kids don’t like the prospect of sharing a room with a new sibling. When there’s an addition to the family, it only makes sense to make an addition to the house, too. Homeowners that see a steady flow of visiting friends and relatives can also benefit from adding a guest bedroom.
  2. You Need Work or Storage Space: As most people settle into permanent living arrangements, they feel more inclined to explore new hobbies. Whether it’s car restoration, sculpting, or model trains, a new hobby may not fit well into an existing home. Many homeowners choose to add a garage to their homes, allowing them to explore their passions and have a little room left over to store a vehicle or household goods.      
  3. You Want a Place to Relax: As homeowners enjoy success in their careers, they have more money to spend on home improvement. That’s why three- and four-season rooms are popular home additions. Half porch and half living room, a three- or four-season room can be a wonderful place for a homeowner to grow a miniature indoor garden, relax, and enjoy nature’s charms.

If you’re considering making an addition to your existing home, contact William Gordon Group today. Our team can handle any home addition project you have in mind. Are you thinking about adding a second story? No problem! Give us a call at (317) 361-3191, and take one step closer to perfecting your home.  

 

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