The Addition-A Short & Long Term Win
The current real estate market is in some professional estimates unrealistic and unsustainable. Home prices are dramatically inflated, and housing availability is at an all-time low. So, If you need more space in your house, consider an addition rather than searching for a larger home. It may be a very smart investment because of the inevitable downturn in the housing market. Think of it, your addition will increase the homes square footage and increase its value and insulate you from the uncertainty of a volatile market. Even if you intend to sell your home shortly, you will likely recoup most or all of your renovation costs while driving it resale price higher.
There are numerous was to expand your home such as building second story additions or two-story spaces, bump-outs to micro-additions, flex space or luxurious outdoor living spaces. And there are plenty of smaller ways that will greatly impact your home’s comfort while optimizing your floor plan.
Below, we’ve included some of the hottest trends happening in the booming home remodeling industry. The designers at Glickman|Design Remodel build are looking forward to working with you to realize your vision as you create- Your Home For Life.
When designing and addition the designers at Glickman are sensitive to retaining the design and character of your home.
2nd Story Master Bedroom/Bath
Luxuruate! Next to your kitchen you spend the most time in your bedroom and bathroom. Why not make it one of the nicest living spaces in your home.
Accessible Bathroom Addition
The accessible bathroom is vital to keeping your home for the long term. Special accessibility features ensure safety and the designers at Glickman can show you the most up-to-date, stylish and comfortable ways you can create a bathroom master piece.
A micro-addition, also called a bump-out, which typically adds around 100 square feet, is a small update that can have a tremendous impact on a home’s footprint.
If you have children, not having a mudroom can be an inconvenience, especially in the DMV which is often wet, muddy, and for a couple of months even snowy. Often times we can build on the existing foundation and repurpose closet space or garage space that are adjacent to the kitchen.
The Sun Room is for relaxing, reading, hobbies and provides a perfect way to enjoy the outdoors in all four seasons. As you design a new sunroom think of ways you could incorporate an outdoor living space which is functional, luxurious and makes your backyard a destination for friends and family.