As your family gets bigger, often your home can suffer from the stresses of being slightly overcrowded. Moving can be stressful and too expensive to be an option, and the stress of a cluttered house can be bad for your health. Instead of trying to make do with what you have, consider a room addition. When you think of any renovation the first thought can go straight to the cost, but it’s now more affordable than ever to add additional rooms to a home, and with a great crew helping you, there are lots of little tricks that can be used to reduce the cost and get better use out of what you already have. Let the professionals at Santa Barbara Kitchen and Bath turn your house from feeling overcrowded to a spacious home once again!
Constructing New Walls
Adding rooms to any house will eventually involve adding additional walls. This may seem like a simple enough task but there is a lot that goes into the construction of a wall; from adding electrical conduit, mold protection, allowing for existing plumbing and even adding accommodations for technology upgrades. When even one of these tasks isn’t addressed properly the entire wall can be compromised and the occupants can be in danger. That's why we put so much effort into making sure that the walls we build are made to the highest standard possible, the last thing we want is for our construction to cause any issues, so we train our construction staff to the highest standard.
The beginning of most projects involve some kind of demolition. Whether it's tearing down a wall or an entire wing of your home - this can be quite a dangerous process so we ensure that the proper planning ahead is completed before a single hammer is picked up. We want to make sure that not only our staff are safe, that your family is too, and that no damage is done to the rest of your home during the demolition. Our team thoroughly inspects and makes sure there are no structural supports being removed unnecessarily and if need be, they are being removed and the structure is properly supported.
Finishes and Painting
When the added room has been completed, the appropriate finishes need to be added to make sure it blends in with the rest of the house, in and out. We want our renovations to look seamless, as if it’s always been there, so we put great effort into the finishes we use in your new room.
Reliable Construction Methods
The construction of your home needs to be airtight so there are no issues that arise while you live there (or after for that matter), so we put every care into making sure that any work we perform is done to standard using modern and tested construction methods that will ensure your home is as safe and secure as possible, so you don’t need to worry about anything in the future.