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Accessory Dwelling Unit construction

Welcome to your gateway to a stylish and functional living spaces; explore our guide to ADU construction, where every detail is crafted to elevate your property’s potential.

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Accessory Dwelling Units that are Built to Last

At our company, quality is not just a promise but a standard upheld in every aspect of our work. We specialize in crafting ADUs tailored precisely to your needs, ensuring each detail reflects your unique lifestyle and preferences. From impeccable craftsmanship to personalized touches, we strive to exceed expectations and create spaces that inspire comfort and functionality. With a dedication to superior materials and meticulous attention to detail, we guarantee that your ADU will not only meet but exceed the highest standards of quality and customization.

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Accessory Dwelling Unit construction Benefits

Increased Property Value

Adding an ADU can significantly increase the value of your property, offering potential rental income or providing multigenerational living options.

Enhanced Flexibility

An ADU provides versatile living arrangements, whether as a guest house, home office, or rental unit, offering flexibility to adapt to changing needs over time.

Cost-Effective Living

ADUs offer an affordable housing solution, allowing homeowners to maximize their property's potential without the expense of traditional home expansions or new construction.

BUILDING YOUR Accessory Dwelling Unit STEP BY STEP

Select a step below to learn more about the process!

Planning and Design

  • Determine the purpose, size, and layout of the ADU. Consider factors such as local zoning regulations, building codes, and the needs of potential occupants.

Check Local Regulations

  • Research local zoning laws and regulations related to ADUs. Determine if permits are required and what specific requirements must be met for construction.

  • Obtain Permits: If permits are required, submit the necessary applications to the local building department. This may include zoning permits, construction permits, and possibly environmental permits specific to ADUs.

Site Preparation

  • Prepare the site where the ADU will be constructed. This may involve clearing vegetation, leveling the ground, and ensuring proper drainage.

Foundation Construction

  • Construct the foundation for the ADU. This may involve pouring concrete footings, laying a concrete slab, or constructing a pier-and-beam foundation, depending on local building codes and soil conditions.

Wall and Roof Construction

  • Install the walls and roof of the ADU, including framing, sheathing, and roofing materials such as shingles or metal panels.

Door and Window Installation

  •  Install doors, windows, and any other openings in the ADU. Ensure proper sealing and insulation to maintain energy efficiency and comfort.

Interior Finishing

  • Finish the interior of the ADU according to its intended use. This may include insulation, drywall, flooring, and interior fixtures such as plumbing and electrical components.

Exterior Finishing

  • Finish the exterior of the ADU with siding, paint, or other cladding materials to protect against the elements and enhance aesthetics.

Utilities Installation

  • Install utilities such as electricity, plumbing, and HVAC systems to make the ADU livable. Ensure compliance with building codes and safety standards.

Final Inspection

  • Schedule a final inspection with the local building department to ensure that the ADU meets all regulatory requirements and building codes.
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