ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit)

Are you looking for an additional income? Are you trying to maximize the usage of your lot? Are you looking for one of the best returns on your investment? Are your family looking into purchasing a house but can't afford it in this expensive economy? 

What is an ADU?

ADU stands for Accessory Dwelling Unit, and they might be your next edited home. They are smaller residential units that are built on the same residential plot for single-family accommodation. You might know ADUs by their other, quasi-affectionate names such as granny-flats, mother-in-law-apartments, and so on. They are dwellings-either attached or detached from the main house.

The benefit of ADUs whether internal, attached, or detached, is that they all have the capability to enhance housing affordability, enable better use of existing housing materials, and maximize housing options within a community. Many cities support the usage of ADUs and adopted zoning regulations.

The process of creating an ADU on your property may seem complicated, but it can be successfully completed by homeowners prepared with information and understanding of the permit process. Talk to our team about your vision and together we’ll collaborate on ways to make space work for you. From conception to construction, our design-build firm will walk you through every step of the process, providing accurate estimates so you can build your final design without any last-minute concessions. 

Benefits of Building an ADU: 

  • Affordable to construct because there is no need to buy a new piece of land to build on, but rather build more living space on the property you already own. 

  • Become a source of income for homeowners who rent out the ADU

  • Great way to have an independent living area for aging family members that may need assistance or other family/friends that need a place to live but want more privacy

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