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Home Improvement: Why Move Out When You Can Add On?

Home Improvement: Why Move Out When You Can Add On?

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As your family gets bigger, one practical question comes to mind: Should you move into a larger home?


Packing and moving your growing family might not be the most cost-effective decision; often the best option is to remodel.

If you love where you live but would like an extra bathroom or bedroom, or a larger kitchen or family room, a home addition could be the solution you're looking for.

This article from Better Homes and Gardens talks about the advantages of room additions for your family:

Boosting main-floor square footage with house additions is usually the chief benefit; extra roominess in that part of the house is especially important because it’s where your family spends the most time together. A new family room, a spacious eating area, a master suite, or a den/home office is bound to make your home more livable and increase its value, particularly if it lacks these spaces now.

When envisioning a room addition, it’s important to factor in other, less obvious advantages. For instance, a new room opens your house in a new direction, with views your existing rooms don’t have.

Aside from guaranteeing your family's comfort, home improvements can enhance your home’s curb appeal and increase its overall market value.

For small or large room additions and remodeling projects in Norfolk, Chesapeake, Newport News, Hampton Roads and Virginia Beach, The Remodeling Company can give you the design you want while maximizing your remodeling investment.

(Article Excerpt from Single-Room Addition Opportunities, Better Homes and Gardens)

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