Home Additions in Seattle
If you are looking to make additions to your home that will have a long-lasting impact, then you really need to look no further than Rundquist Remodeling. With a wealth of experience in all aspects of home additions, there is no job too challenging for our skilled team of specialists.
Three Lesser Known Additions That Can Add Value to Your Home Today
Investing in an income suite, bathroom renovation or kitchen addition are pretty obvious home additions that can immediately increase the value of your Seattle home. However, the fact of the matter is that they are not the only ones. Three lesser known home additions that add immediate value to your Seattle house or condo include:
By replacing or adding new fixtures to your Seattle kitchen you can increase the value of your home instantaneously. Investing in new kitchen cabinets or replacing the hardware such as light fixtures, faucets and countertops increases your home’s value in a quick and effective fashion.
There is no doubt about it, flooring is one of the most important aspects of any Seattle house. So, by investing in a new hardwood floor or repairing and remodeling your existing tiles, you can rest assured that your home’s value is going to rise right away.
Energy Efficient Windows
While often overlooked by other more large-scale home addition work, the reality is that investing in energy-efficient windows will not only immediately reduce your bills, it will also enhance your home’s curb appeal too. Rundquist Remodeling’s skilled team of remodeling specialists are capable of improving the energy-efficiency of even the oldest set of windows.
What to Consider Before Adding a Second-Story Addition to Your Home
Adding a second or third floor to your Seattle home can add space while also increasing the views that your home can offer. On top of that, adding a second or third floor to your Seattle home will also increase the square footage meaning that an extra bedroom, play-area or bathroom can be incorporated into your property without having to radically change the structure of your house. However, a home addition of this nature is a big task and needs to be considered closely. Two areas that need special consideration include:
Whole House Impact
Adding a second or third storey to your home will not just affect those floors, it will also have an impact on the rest of the house. That is why it is always a good idea to keep in mind what the finished product will look like when it comes time to adding new floor to your home.
Adding a new floor to your home will require engineering input to ensure that the weight added to can be taken by the home’s original structure. If this is deemed not to be the case then it may be necessary to add steel or plywood connections to reinforce existing structures.