Home Additions in Philadelphia

Building Up and Building Out: Design Solutions to Live Better in Your Home 


Home additions come in many shapes and sizes, creating a new opportunity for you and your family. Whether you’re looking at building up or building out, the goal of a home addition is to help you live better in your home. Creating new spaces requires careful consideration of your needs and desires. Building an addition that looks like it was part of the original structure takes exceptional skill and craftsmanship.

Materials, technology, and how the space is used changes and grows over time. Because of this, we spend a lot of time getting to know you and your needs intricately. Together, we will take a look at what the space needs to achieve, how you plan to use the area now and in five years from now, and what this means for the existing structure of your home. In the end, a home addition should respect its original structure while creating the modern functionality and features required in the present.

Types of Home Additions in Philadelphia

Additions create new spaces for your family to enjoy. Home additions may include adding a master suite with a walk-in closet, a multi-use basement, a rooftop or addition to enlarge a current space like a kitchen. Home additions in Philadelphia may include a sunroom or porch and a rooftop deck to create more entertaining and relaxation spaces.

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A Well-Thought Out Addition Design

The benefit of using a design-build firm when thinking about an addition is the "one stop shop" process the firm has in place. From architecture, engineering, zoning and planning, all aspects are managed by one team and in line with the project goals and within budget from the start. In particular, our design phase allows us to see what feasible for your project -- we never jump into construction without evaluating all of the risks first.

Do We Work in Your Area?

We primarily work in Philadelphia and its Main Line & New Jersey suburbs. This includes: West Philly; University City; Rittenhouse Square; Fitler Square; Center City; Graduate Hospital; Old City; Northern Liberties; Fishtown; Chesnut Hill; Mt. Airy; Narberth; and Ardmore. Plus: Lower Merion Townships,  Havertown County, Delaware County, Chester County, and Montgomery County.

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