Are you a NJ homeowner looking to make more space and expand your home?
Sometimes just a few hundred square feet can make all the difference in gaining the much-needed elbow room you’ve been dreaming about. A home addition is the perfect solution. Home additions come in a few basic types to address homeowners’ needs for living space, cost, and style. You may want to create an attractive home front to make guests feel welcomed and increase the resale value if you ever decide to move. Or you may also be interested in pushing out the walls with an addition to increase the square footage and functionality of the interior.
Whether you’re looking to add an extra bedroom or upgrade the exterior of your home with a portico or patio, McCormack is here to help.
Types of Home Additions & Exteriors
If you are in need of a more functional living space for your family in Madison, NJ, then you should consider an addition to your home. Here are a few types to explore, and their unique benefits:
Add a guest bedroom, second family room, spare bathroom, or any other type of living space you need. Maybe you want a home gym for yourself, or a home office that also functions as a guest room when you have two people working from home.
This option makes your home up to twice as large without losing valuable yard space. While this type of addition is almost always a more complex and expensive option, you’ll end up with twice the home. This is a great option for growing families who love their neighborhood and have no interest in moving.
Protect your front entry from elements and improve curb appeal with a gorgeous, custom portico.
A covered backyard area lets you bring the party outside! While patios are perfect for entertaining and enjoying the outdoors, why not enclose it so it can be used all year long, regardless of weather conditions.
Enjoy panoramic views of your property and grow your favorite plants in all seasons with a sunroom add-on.
If you’ve always craved a three-car garage, we can build an add-on that blends seamlessly with existing exterior.A detached garage offers a ready-made foundation to add an addition. Or if you have an attached garage that is rarely used for your car, it might be worth converting it to livable space for your family.