Do you have house envy because the one you live in is outdated? Older homes are configured much differently than today’s open floor plans. In the turn of the century, houses were built with multiple single purpose rooms – formal dining rooms included. Master suites are a relatively new concept because houses seldom had more that one bathroom and people had much smaller wardrobes than we do today. If you live in an older home, you probably wish you had more room. A home addition could give you a larger kitchen, additional bathrooms, walk-in closets or more.
Most homeowners hear the word “addition” and their memory brings up every horror story they’ve ever heard about long drawn-out projects that disrupt households and turn hair gray. Fortunately, that is NEVER the experience of a MARK IV client. Building an addition onto a home is a straight-forward project. It can help you enjoy your home in a whole new way and boost its market value too. We specialize in this kind of project and will give you an exact timeline of how long your project will take before we ever lift a hammer.
With MARK IV, building a home addition is a straight-forward project. It can help you enjoy your home in a whole new way and boost its market value too.
Here’s the thing about home additions: just because your house is getting bigger, doesn’t mean your utility bills have to. Unfortunately, most remodelers won’t make the effort to carefully and meticulously air seal a home addition in order to minimize utility costs. Watch our team test leakage before and after air sealing this home renovation:
How do we maintain this standard of quality in every home addition? By keeping a supervisor on site every, single day until the job is done. Having a supervisor monitoring quality ensures that details never get glossed over.