How many of us need more space in our homes? How many of us are even willing to settle for just an extra room addition in order to make our home more functional and comfortable? Chances are, a lot! Your family grows but your home doesn’t. However, you could be living in a larger house with more potential than you think.
You look for that extra space in the closet, you rearrange furniture, you even paint the walls with light colors. Some of us are so desperate for the illusion of extra space, we’ll even decorate our walls with mirrors just to make our house appear larger than it is. A week later, it’s just the same space. This happens over and over again. You’ve tried everything — even building a deck –but you are fed up and want to move.
But why move when you can add a loft to your existing home? A D Construction can make it happen. We specialize in loft additions in Boston.
Don’t Move, Improve
The main objective is to find a space in your home and convert it into a living space. You can convert your loft to a living space, especially if it’s a large enough area with sufficient headroom, and is easily accessed.
By finishing a basement, or by converting a loft to a living space, you can increase your home equity value up to 60% — if the job is done properly. That’s why you have to partner with a professional like A D Construction. We have been designing and converting lofts in the South End, Cambridge, Brookline and the Boston Metro area since 1980.
Let us show you how. Schedule for your free in-home estimate with one of our loft conversion specialists today. contact us.
Loft Designs – Layout
There are many options to choose from when it comes to designing your custom loft, such as:
Utilizing a loft space can be a convenient way to increase the living area of your home, particularly when a high-pitched roof offers enough room without the addition of dormers. If your house meets the code requirements in your city in square foot area and accessibility, then the loft can become an attractive starting place for a new living space.
Designing and renovating Attics and lofts in the South End, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton and the Boston Metro area since 1980
If your house doesn’t meet the basic height requirements, square footage, and access needed by code, a half loft renovation may be an ideal way to convert unused space to a living area. This is ideal because this space is already under a roof and protected from the elements, making the construction of a new room easy and economical.
Loft Home office /computer room
A neat, organized work atmosphere produces a feeling of tranquility and control. Even if you work just a few hours a week at home, it’s a great conversion idea to have a separate, well-equipped space in which to work. Also, remember that your space should be a pleasant place to work. Research which colors and creative space ideas match your style. We can help.
Loft Professional Home Office
No one can foresee exactly how a professional home office will change your lifestyle, but it certainly will. Some of the basics of this project require structural modifications. Before you start, keep in mind that you are going to be spending a lot of time in this space. Make it comfortable, efficient and welcoming, especially if you see clients in this office. Remember your goal should be to create an office that has the look and feel of a space designed by professionals, especially for you.
In Law Apartment
Many families require more living space for older family members. Converting a loft to a living space can make an excellent solution, especially if your house has only one floor and you need to accommodate older people who can’t climb stairs. This is a major project that requires detailed planning up-front to meet both its current and long term requirements as well as town codes. We can guide you every step of the way.
That extra bathroom you always wished to have could be built on the loft, right next to your home office or in your basement. Just another loft idea from your trusted contractors in Boston!
Quality Loft – Attic Design & Build in the Boston, Metro Area
Designing and renovating attics and lofts in the South End, Cambridge, Brookline, Milton, Newton, Wellesley and the Boston Metro area since 1980.