Accessory Dwelling Unit

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Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) are a growing trend across the nation for homeowners who are looking to accommodate their aging parents or in-laws, create an independent space for a child in college, or generate rental income. These self-contained units often come equipped with all the basic amenities, including their own bathroom, kitchen and bedroom. That way, your family member or tenant can share your property, but live separately and independently, providing everyone with their own space.

At Global Green Solutions & Remodeling, we have experience constructing all kinds of ADUs and can design one for you that is as well-equipped as you envision. As a family business, we understand the desire to keep your family members close or generate a bit of extra income to help pay the bills every month. We handle everything regarding ADU construction – from the foundation to the finishing touches and can cater the details to suit whomever is intended to live there. 

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Our Simple, Stress-Free Construction Process

  1. 1. Get An Estimate: Before diving into your ADU project, it’s crucial to get a comprehensive estimate from a trusted contractor. This estimate should cover all aspects of the construction process, including materials, labor, permits, and potential contingencies. By obtaining a detailed estimate upfront, you’ll be clear on the projected costs of your project and ensure that it aligns with your budgetary constraints. Additionally, discussing the estimate with your contractor allows for open communication about any potential challenges or modifications that may arise during the construction process, helping to streamline the project timeline and avoid unexpected expenses.

  2. 2. Choose Your Design: Selecting the right design for your ADU is a critical step in the construction process. Consider factors such as the intended use of the unit, the layout of your property, and your personal preferences for aesthetics and functionality. Work closely with your contractor to explore various design options that optimize space, maximize natural light, and enhance the overall livability of the unit. From traditional styles to modern layouts, there are countless design possibilities to choose from. Take the time to envision how each design concept aligns with your needs and vision for your ADU, ensuring that the final result meets your expectations.

  3. 3. Installation: Once you’ve finalized the design and obtained the necessary permits, it’s time to begin the installation process for your ADU. This phase involves coordinating with your contractor to schedule construction activities, procure materials, and mobilize labor resources. Throughout the installation process, it’s essential to maintain clear communication with your contractor and address any concerns or questions that may arise. Regular inspections and quality checks ensure that construction proceeds according to plan and meets all building code requirements. By staying engaged and proactive during the installation phase, you can help ensure that your ADU is completed on schedule and to your satisfaction.

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