Whether you are looking to add an entire new floor to your home or just want an extra bedroom or bathroom, then you really shouldn’t look past Knocking Out Building. With a wealth of experience in all areas of home remodeling and additions, there is very little that we can’t do. We combine our tried and trusted home addition techniques with the latest and most innovative tools and equipment to create an unmatched service that may be envied by many of our competitors but rivaled by very few. So, whatever you are looking to achieve for your home, then you need to call us today. Don’t settle for second-best when the number one team is right here for you to use.
Bathroom Additions: What You Need to Know
Aside from your kitchen, there is no room in your home more valuable than the bathroom. So, whether you want to increase your home’s re-sale value or just add a new room to your existing home, a bathroom addition is an effective and efficient way of achieving this end. However, that being said, three important points to consider include:
Full Baths Over Half Baths
The fact of the matter is that if you are going to go to the bother of having a new bath installed in your home, then you need to make sure that it is a full rather than half option. Recent research indicates that adding a half bath to your home will increase its value by 10%. However, the addition of a full bath will offer a value increase of 20% for your home.
Know Your Neighborhood
The simple fact of the matter is before you decide on adding a new bathroom to your home, you need to take a look at where you live. The reality is that if you live in one of the nicest neighborhoods in town, then adding a bathroom worth $20,000 may actually result in diminishing returns rather than any real benefit for your home.
Weigh the Intangibles
One of the final points to consider when you are adding a bathroom to your home is that money isn’t everything. The simple fact is that if unhappy family members are standing in line to share a bathroom, you may not care whether you fully recoup the cost of the new addition in any future re-sale. So, while it is important to ensure that you are aware of the costs of new additions and renovations, the reality is that you can’t always put a price-tag on your family’s harmony.