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Accessory Dwelling Units
& Tiny Homes

Providing Everything You Need ~ from design to the completed project

design and build new homes
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Build the ADU that fits your needs & budget

An extremely popular home addition that many homeowners choose is the accessory dwelling unit (or ADU), also known as a mother-in-law suite. These buildings are usually built on the backside of the property to add extra living space, or create an income stream using your existing property.

Another great feature about ADUs are that they can be used to supplement your mortgage and living expenses. By building a detached ADU on your property and renting it out, you not only can supplement your income, but it add tremendous value for the next owner, when it comes time to sell.

Types of ADUs

Accessory Dwelling Units (or ADUs) may be converted garages, detached ADUs, or attached ADUs- where the home addition is part of the main structure.

Some refer to ADUs as tiny homes. Typically, a tiny home is between 100 and 400 square feet though they may be larger. Being mobile and/or living off the grid is a possibility, not a requirement.

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An extremely popular home addition that many homeowners choose is the accessory dwelling unit (or ADU), also known as a mother-in-law suite. These buildings are usually built on the backside of the property to add extra living space, or create an income stream using your existing property.

Accessory Dwelling Units may be converted garages, detached ADUs, or attached ADUs- where the home addition is part of the main structure.

Some refer to ADUs as tiny homes. Typically, a tiny home is between 100 and 400 square feet though they may be larger. Being mobile and/or living off the grid is a possibility, not a requirement.

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