Build A New Accessory Dwelling Unit
What Are Accessory Dwelling Units?
Popular forms of ADUs include:
Apartments built over garages
A small house built in a backyard
What Can I Do and Not Do With an ADU?
An ADU is a unit that is still legally part of the property on which it was built and cannot be sold separately from that property. They are often referred to as in-law suites, mother-in-law homes, and a number of other names. These secondary dwelling units offer the same amenities as a standard home, but with less overall square footage.
Why Build an ADU?
One of the main reasons to build an ADU is flexibility. Whether you are looking to gain a bit more income by renting out unused areas of your home, or you want to be able to adequately care for family members, an ADU may be a great choice. If your main living space is starting to feel too cramped, adding an ADU could be a good option to expand the living space for some of the members of your household.
The Benefits of Building an Accessory Dwelling Unit
Consider Your Options
When you’re considering converting areas of your property into an ADU, you can count on the expert team at Home Renew 360 to assist you. We have experience building new ADUs or renovating homes to accommodate an ADU in a variety of different spaces. Our California team will partner with you to give you new flexibility with your property! We use a straightforward four-step process that allows us to learn exactly what you want in order to create the best possible plans and then execute those plans effectively. Contact us today to get started building your very own accessory dwelling unit.