Home Additions, Sandy Springs, GA

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Home additions add value to a home and overcome the lack of needed space for a growing family.

It used to be common for a new couple to begin their life together with a smaller starter home with plans to sell it and buy a larger home as their family expanded. It doesn’t always work out that way. If you fall in love with the neighborhood, for example, it can be tempting to stay even when conditions get a bit crowded. At Neighbors Home Remodeling, we help families in the Sandy Springs, Georgia area resolve this space problem. Home additions can be the ideal solution for a growing family, whether it is because of having children, adult children returning home, or needing space for an aging parent.

Home Additions in Sandy Springs, Georgia

We can design and build home additions in any way that makes sense for your situation. Whether you need to add one or more full rooms or expand the size of an existing room, we can accomplish whatever your property can accommodate. If your lot isn’t sufficient for a standard addition, we can come up with another solution, such as adding a partial or full story, renovating a basement, or turning a garage into living space. We also offer outdoor remodeling for when an outdoor living space helps you feel less cramped.

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Home additions are also a good way to go to modernize an older home. It can be challenging to sell a home that doesn’t have at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The lack of a master suite can also be an issue. Even if you do not really need the extra space, it can be a good idea for increasing the value of your home.

Reach out today to learn more about home additions and come up with a plan that will fit your situation. We are happy to answer any questions you have and provide you with a quote.

At Neighbors Home Remodeling, we offer home additions for customers in Marietta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Woodstock, Crabapple, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, East Cobb, Westfield, Windrush, Sandy Plains, Chattahoochee Plantation, and Milton, Georgia.