Room addition contractors in AZ
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Within Maricopa County (and the zip codes below), our renovation contractors will custom build to suit your construction needs:
Avondale 85323 Buckeye 85326 Carefree 85377
Cave Creek 85331 Chandler 85224 Chandler 85225
Chandler 85226 Chandler 85248 Chandler 85249
El Mirage 85335 Fort McDowell 85264 Fountain Hills 85268
Gila Bend 85337 Gilbert 85233 Gilbert 85234
Gilbert 85296 Gilbert 85297 Glendale 85301
Glendale 85302 Glendale 85303 Glendale 85304
Glendale 85305 Glendale 85306 Glendale 85307
Glendale 85308 Glendale 85310 Goodyear 85338
Higley 85236 Laveen 85339 Litchfield Park 85340
Mesa 85201 Mesa 85202 Mesa 85203
Mesa 85204 Mesa 85205 Mesa 85206
Mesa 85207 Mesa 85208 Mesa 85210
Mesa 85212 Mesa 85213 Mesa 85215
New River 85087 Paradise Valley 85253 Peoria 85345
Peoria 85381 Peoria 85382 Peoria 85383
Phoenix 85003 Phoenix 85004 Phoenix 85006
Phoenix 85007 Phoenix 85008 Phoenix 85009
Phoenix 85012 Phoenix 85013 Phoenix 85014
Phoenix 85015 Phoenix 85016 Phoenix 85017
Phoenix 85018 Phoenix 85019 Phoenix 85020
Phoenix 85021 Phoenix 85022 Phoenix 85023
Phoenix 85024 Phoenix 85027 Phoenix 85028
Phoenix 85029 Phoenix 85031 Phoenix 85032
Phoenix 85033 Phoenix 85034 Phoenix 85035
Phoenix 85037 Phoenix 85040 Phoenix 85041
Phoenix 85042 Phoenix 85043 Phoenix 85044
Phoenix 85048 Phoenix 85050 Phoenix 85051
Phoenix 85053 Phoenix 85054 Phoenix 85085
Phoenix 85086 Queen Creek 85242 Scottsdale 85250
Scottsdale 85251 Scottsdale 85254 Scottsdale 85255
Scottsdale 85256 Scottsdale 85257 Scottsdale 85258
Scottsdale 85259 Scottsdale 85260 Scottsdale 85262
Sun City 85351 Sun City 85373 Sun City West 85375
Surprise 85374 Surprise 85379 Tempe 85281
Tempe 85282 Tempe 85283 Tempe 85284
Tolleson 85353 Wickenburg 85390 Youngtown 85363
HOME ADDITION CONTRACTORS in Arizona
From the simplest home additions to the most elaborate ones, our general contractors will help you build a plan, build a budget, and then build that new addition to your home. This page details a somewhat unusual project (involving a modification to a sunroom addition to double the size). For general information, you can also visit our page about the design and build process or our gallery with 3 other sunroom additions.
Our contractors will help you plan your home addition
In almost every case, the process will start with a short phone consultation, then calculating at least a rough estimate of the costs, followed by an in-person consultation (and site inspection). If all that goes well, next will be the drafting of all of the documents that will be needed to get the building permit. What will be needed to get the permit though?
Typically, the application for the building permit will require blueprints. Most homeowners will elect to have their blueprints custom-designed, especially for an attached addition (although in some cases it may be fine to re-use customizable blueprints, like for a simple detached garage).
Why are attached home additions more complicated? For attached room additions, the estimator will need to determine the condition of the existing electrical wiring and plumbing and HVAC. That allows us to determine the best way to connect what is already present to the rest of the new addition to the home.
Also, in cases where the homeowner wants to add an upper-story to an existing structure, another typical step (which will be done prior to the drafting of the blueprints) is to have a formal report created by an architectural engineer. They will determine what modifications, if any, will need to be made to provide adequate support for the new 2nd-story. (For instance, if your attic was not built to support a living area, then you would not want to negligently convert it to a bathroom where a tub will be frequently filled with water- not without checking to see whether all that weight can be properly supported for many years without any cracking or other structural damage.)
One final factor in whether custom plans will be needed is whether there is an HOA (and exactly what restrictions are enforced by that HOA). Generally, the HOA regulations will mostly just mean that your addition will need to look a lot like the rest of your home's exterior, which you probably want anyway. Occasionally, HOA restrictions can be less obvious though.
An example: designing and building a sunroom addition
Now, let's look more closely at an actual case. The homeowner originally wanted a sunny room for a pool table and entertaining guests. He later changed his mind and said it was "too pretty for just a pool table." Eventually, after the original sunroom addition was completed, he asked our contractors to come back and expand the addition (by adding another room to it).
First, here we see three photos showing the foundation, the framing, and the final stages of the original (square-shaped addition). As for the brick exterior, in the third picture below, you can see the perfect match to the existing house.
Inside, the original sunroom featured many intricate details. That includes the designer ceiling, the custom masonry work on one wall, lots of cabinets, plus beautiful natural lighting (with accent lighting that looks amazing at night).
As noted above, the most unusual thing about this project was that the homeowner later ordered a doubling of the size of the addition. Here are a few interior photos showing how the extra room was added to the original sunroom. There is still a lot of natural sunlight from the south-facing wall, although the final entertainment lounge is not exactly what I would call a sunroom.
By the way, did you happen to recognize the skyline shown in the last pictures? That is not downtown Phoenix! Anyway, after finalizing the building plans (twice), the applications for the necessary permits were filed with the city and approved, then the actual remodeling began!
As for your own case, our home addition contractors can discuss your priorities, discuss your budget, inspect your property, then propose a custom remodeling plan that includes only the options that are the perfect fit for you. To get an estimate or even just ask a question, click here now: contact your new home addition contractor.
To check our service area, click here: "I'm looking for a home addition contractor near me". To see some other projects first, click here:
home addition photo gallery. To go ahead and request a phone consultation or schedule an estimate, click here instead: contact your new room addition contractor.