Home Additions in Hillsboro

At Belmont Builders, LLC we are specialists in high-quality home additions of all types. Having built our remodeling firm from the ground-up in Hillsboro, we know what it takes to deliver a tried and trusted home additions service that goes above and beyond for you. We can add a second-story addition to your Hillsboro home or simply make a utility room addition. Whatever you want, we can deliver. Call us today to have a relaxed and stress-free chat with one of our remodeling specialists or to simply learn more about the service we offer. We promise, you won’t regret it.

Convenient Home Addition Service

Is your beloved family home starting to feel a little cramped?

After a first, second, or third child comes along, you might start to feel like their dream home is no longer such a dream. Families can outgrow their dreams, after all. When this happens, many people think about selling their home. But should you really sell the home you’ve invested so much time into? Should you really sell the home you’ve built from the ground up?

While it might seem tempting to just pack up and leave, we ask you to consider the bigger picture. Is it really worth it to buy a newer, bigger home? Will any other home on the market really have everything you want out of a house? Likely not. You’ll probably have to do some renovations to whatever home you finally move into.

When you consider that you’ll likely have to put work into a new home, why not just put some work in your current one? If you call Belmont Builders, LLC, we can help you re-imagine your home. A home addition can give you all the space you’ll ever need, and more! Your home addition could be a sun room, a fully insulated guest room, or even an attached guest house.

Home Additions and Guestrooms in Hillsboro

If your Hillsboro house is feeling a little cramped or tight for space, then you may be in the process of exploring options on how to increase its square footage without compromising the structural integrity or esthetic beauty of your home. While home additions may seem like a somewhat daunting prospect at first, the reality is that, if done correctly, they are one of the most surefire ways of enhancing your home’s space and adaptability without having to put your family through the stress of having to move. As well as being convenient, a top-quality home addition service, like the one offered by Belmont Builders, LLC, is a quick and a more affordable alternative to investing fully in a new build. It is also a less stressful and generally more inexpensive construction option for you and your family.

Home Additions for In-Laws and Parents

Is an aging parent about to move in with you? Are you worried that the small upstairs guest room will be too small for them? Are you worried that they’ll have difficulty getting up and down the stairs? Why not build an in-law suite?

In-law suites are another name for these accommodating home additions. For an affordable price, Belmont Builders, LLC can design and build an attached home addition that is more than accommodating. Using your home’s existing plumbing system, we can even give your in-laws a bathroom of their own. They’ll have independence and privacy—and so will you! Best of all, they’ll never be far out of reach.

Home additions are fully customizable. All you need is the right team of builders to help you get what you want. Would you like to hear more about our services? Give Belmont Builders, LLC a call today! We’ll even give you a free no-obligation quote on our services. We’d love to hear from you.

What to Remember Before Investing in a Bathroom Addition

Let’s face it, who wouldn’t want a new bathroom added to their Hillsboro home? The answer to this question is very few people. One bathroom can rarely handle the traffic of an entire family. Other than the family, there are relatives and endless visitors too. Why not add a second bathroom to your home? When people think about home additions, they often think about an attached guest room, a sun room, or an attached apartment. They rarely consider other possibilities like a spacious bathroom. Few home remodelers and home builders will mention bathroom additions. That is just because few can perform bathroom additions. They’re a complicated project, after all. But don’t worry, they’re no challenge for Belmont Builders, LLC.

Not only will this remodeling choice offer you and your family more flexibility during the busy morning shower routine, it will also add direct and immediate value to your home. However, while the value and convenience added is a major plus, there are a range of considerations that need to be taken before investing in this service. One important point to keep in mind is:

Home Value Conundrum

While there is no doubt that adding a bathroom to your Hillsboro home can enhance its value immediately, the fact of the matter is that it won’t always result in a direct monetary translation to the amount of money you invested. So, for instance, if your home is currently valued at $100,000 dollars and you add a bathroom worth $20,000, your home will certainly increase in value but it’s very unlikely that it will increase by another $20,000. In general, we recommend that homeowners in Hillsboro only invest in a bathroom addition job if they plan on staying in their current home for at least five more years.

Don’t Settle for Second Best

If you are going to go to the effort of having your home remodeled or added to, then you need to ensure that the work is carried out to the highest possible standard. Belmont Builders, LLC guarantees that this will be the case.

Remodeling or Home Construction?

There are two types of clients that come to us with home addition plans. The first type are those who look at their home addition plan as a remodeling project. They think in terms of the design and layout of the addition, so it can be seamlessly integrated into their original home.

The second type of client looks at the home addition as a home building project. Their concerns tend to be focused on the construction itself: the foundation, framing, insulation, siding, electrical wiring, plumbing, etc. By looking at a home addition as a building project first, these clients usually create a generous budget that accounts for the unexpected surprises of construction.

As usual, neither of these types is completely correct. Those who look at home additions as a remodeling project may end up being surprised at the costs of extending the foundation, of rewiring, adding circuits, plumbing and insulation. And those who focus on the construction side might be surprised to find that their new home addition isn’t properly integrated into the style, layout, and design of the current house. You don’t want your home addition to look like a home addition. You want it to look like it was always there.

At Belmont Builders LLC, we’ve made it our mission to balance both of these views. We’ll lead you through the whole process so that by the end you have a properly designed addition, that fits seamlessly into your original home, and into your original budget.

Build Up or Build Out?

Home additions come in all shapes and sizes. But at the end of the day, there are two main options to choose from. You can either build a second story onto your home or build an addition onto the side of your home. Each project comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Figuring out which one works for you is the first step in a home addition construction.

Building a second story onto your current home will give you a lot of extra room, without sacrificing the exterior space of your property. This is a great option for homeowners in dense urban areas where the land itself is limited. In Hillsboro, where building codes prevent homeowners from building additions that are too close to their neighbors, many homeowners decide to build up instead of out.

The first disadvantage is the cost. Just dismantling the roof of your home can cost a lot of money. The second story then has to be built into the current structure and a new roof needs to be built on top. The costs can add up quick! The second is that it’s not really possible to live in the home while it is under construction because the whole building is affected. Finding a place to live during the construction.

Where possible, building an extension onto the side of your home is considered a more straightforward construction project. Although it requires exterior space, you’ll often be able to live in the home during the construction. There’s less initial demolition, lowering the overall cost. And while this kind of addition does have to be built into the original structure of the home, it doesn’t have to rest on top of the original structure. Even though it comes with its own headaches, it’s a simplified project that many of our Hillsboro clients love.