The average cost of adding an addition in New Jersey is $86,460. This data is based on actual project costs as reported by ImproveNet. This figure typically leads homeowners to that daunting dilemma: whether to buy their dream house or transform their current home into that dream. Taking on a home addition is no small fret. There’s a lot to
The architectural design and layout of houses change over the years and many older homes need to be remodeled in order to look current and fresh inside and out. Other times, people purchase an inexpensive house with the idea of remodeling because the rooms are not laid out in the best way for their family. Whatever your reason for remodeling your home, we’re here to help. SEI Construction honestly believes in our tagline because every space can be amazing, and we enjoy creating amazing spaces for homeowners in Westfield and the surrounding areas. Read more
Most of us honestly believe we’ve found residential perfection when we buy or build our first home. But we quickly discover that as our family changes, our perfect home needs to adapt as well. It is with that in mind that we decided to make today’s blog post about things you need to consider when planning your home addition. The first thing that often comes to mind is zoning, so we’re going to skip that part and head right into how to make your new addition blend with the rest of your home. Read more
The decision to build a home addition isn’t one you make overnight. Many of us spend months considering the best way to add space and functionality to our home. We usually end up remodeling an entire section of the home before we feel truly content with the final product. Today we’re going to walk you through part of the process involved in adding onto your home and outline some unique ways to add functionality to your home. Read more
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