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Home additions are a great way to improve your home.  They can enhance “curb appeal”, add much needed living space, and improve functionality and convenience.  You can get the perks you’ve longed for while increasing your home’s equity.

Additions are often more advantageous than moving into another home-even a new home.  Because you’ve spent a lot of time in your home, you know precisely what improvements you want.  And, you can watch those improvements materialize while remaining in your comfortable living surroundings.

Mack and Sons is one of the best home remodeling contractors in the industry.  We can add an addition as a ground-level extension to a home, a second story over the current home, or living space above an adjacent garage.

You may want to remodel some of your existing floor space along with the add-on to get the effect you want.  Mack and Sons does home renovations as well as additions. So, whether you are looking to increase the size of existing rooms or add additional rooms or both, our skilled professionals can guide you through the entire design and build process.

Our contractors are fully versed in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, windows, doors, flooring and everything in between.  Rest assured that our fully licensed and insured craftsmen will offer superb workmanship, will use only prime materials, and will treat your home and property with respect.

Some additions you might consider include:

Mack and Sons knows a home addition is a serious undertaking.  We shoulder the headaches and inconveniences so you won’t need to.  We will handle all the permits and inspections.  As necessary, we will lay temporary floor coverings to protect your floors, bring in portable bathrooms for our crew, zip walls to minimize dust migration, and prompt trash removal.

As you consider your options, here are some questions you will need to consider. Mack and Sons is ready to help you address any or all of them.

  • How much value will it add to my home?
  • How long do I plan to stay in my home (the longer you stay the greater your return on investment)?
  • Do I have a home owners association? What are their regulations?
  • What are my zoning restrictions?
  • What types of homes look best with additions?
  • How many stories can I build?
  • How much room will be left in the yard after my addition?
  • Can I handle the noise, dust and disruptions of construction?
  • Will I need to move into a rental property during any part of the construction?

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