Custom Home Addition Pricing

The expense of your home addition is contingent on your specific goals. More intricate home addition projects, entailing complex changes to the existing structure, typically incur higher costs. Home additions typically categorize into three types of projects. Explore their descriptions to determine which one aligns best with your expectations for your addition.

Simple Addition Pricing

SMALL ADDITION

— 100 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$150,000 - $200,000

MEDIUM ADDITION

— 300 - 600 SQ. FT. —
$200,000 - $300,000

LARGE ADDITION

— 600 - 1000+ SQ. FT. —
$300,000 - $650,000

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A simple addition to your home involves making improvements to expand your living space without compromising fundamental structure or functionality. Elements such as adding extra living space, integrating additional rooms, or introducing architectural features are common components of this balanced approach.

This type of home addition is advantageous for those seeking a practical and budget-friendly transformation. It allows homeowners to adapt their home to current design trends or personal preferences without the need for major construction or disruptions.

Common features of a simple addition include:

  • Additional living space
  • Extra rooms for specific functions
  • Introduction of architectural features
  • Improved plumbing and electrical fixtures

Standard Addition Pricing

SMALL ADDITION

— 100 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$200,000 - $300,000

MEDIUM ADDITION

— 300 - 600 SQ. FT. —
$300,000 - $650,000

LARGE ADDITION

— 600 - 1000+ SQ. FT. —
$650,000 - $1,200,000

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A standard addition, whether creating a new bathroom or adding a second story, involves comprehensive changes to enhance your home's functionality and aesthetics.

This approach is particularly beneficial for homeowners looking to expand their living space without undertaking extensive structural modifications.

By adhering to the original layout and infrastructure, the process becomes more time-efficient and cost-effective compared to more extensive renovations. Moreover, it provides an opportunity for a fresh, modern look without the complexities and expenses associated with altering plumbing, electrical systems, or the overall home layout.

A standard addition typically includes:

  • Creation of a new bathroom or addition of a second story
  • Updated fixtures and features
  • Plumbing enhancements for added functionality
  • Modernized aesthetics with updated finishes
  • Lighting fixture upgrades
  • Flooring solutions

Complex Addition Pricing

SMALL ADDITION

— 100 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$250,000 - $400,000

MEDIUM ADDITION

— 300 - 600 SQ. FT. —
$400,000 - $800,000

LARGE ADDITION

— 600 - 1000+ SQ. FT. —
$800,000 - $1,500,000

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A full custom addition often brings with it design challenges, especially for the unique challenges of historic or multi-level homes. This renovation involves personalized adjustments to every aspect, ensuring seamless integration with the existing structure.

Despite the advantages in design and functionality, it's crucial to consider potential drawbacks, including higher costs and an extended timeline. Striking a balance between customization, budget constraints, and patience is key when opting for a full
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Features of a full custom addition may include:

  • Comprehensive redesign addressing specific design challenges
  • Major structural changes for seamless integration
  • Custom architectural elements to enhance the home's aesthetic
  • Integration of new fixtures and finishes tailored to preferences
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