Improve vs Move - If you need more space and love your neighborhood and the kids dont want to leave the school.
While the housing economy is slowly returning and you pause before jumping up the ladder to the next size house, why don’t you consider adding an addition? Not only will you be able to wisely invest into a more profitable future sale of your home but you’ll also be able to cut back on moving costs, packing headaches, and the hassle of trying to get the kids adjusted to yet another neighborhood or school district.
Weathering through the housing slump by adding on to your existing home provides the best current solution for your growing family & personal or business needs. Just imagine … with a two level addition, you could add a personal office for yourself (distanced from the constant wailing of the kids), an extra bedroom or two, an expanded kitchen – and don’t forget about the extra bathroom that should keep the teenage clawing to a minimum.
In fact, go all out with the personal office and pull your boss’s arm or leg or both and see if you can work 3 days out of 5 from home instead of just Friday. With the price of filling up that gas guzzler escalating faster than popcorn pops, you might just have the chance. You could even invite the boss over for a quick lunch sometime to show him the office set up you have (or will have, once you get that new addition in place). Surely he’ll fall for it. It’s the way of the green, right?So now that you’re persuaded that holding off on adding yet another home to the overflowing housing market is the way to go and building a residential addition is more profitable (both in terms of keeping the psychologist bills down and investing that wad of cash your husband would be otherwise wasting on that boat), grab the phone and contact some top notch home addition builders in the Morris County, NJ area.
KraftMaster will do most any kind of residential construction in and around Summit, Short Hills, Madison, Berkley Heights, New Jersey. They prefer design build projects where, if you don’t already have an architect with your plans predone, they’ll refer you to a trustworthy architect or two who will walk you through the design process. If a kitchen is in your plans, they’ll refer you to a kitchen/cabinet showroom where you can design the kitchen of your wildest dreams. Once that is complete, the KraftMaster crew will take off. As contractors, they can then manage every remaining aspect of the process. And folks who’ve used them in the past know they stand squarely behind their name & their work.