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Types of Exterior Additions for Your Home for 2023

Mud Rooms and Entryways and Sun Rooms, Oh My!

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Every year numerous households across the US are faced with spending more time indoors when the seasons change and must adjust to having less space. Get ahead of the game with ideas for exterior home additions, which ironically, can open up a whole new world of indoor lounging options! 

We’ll help you tackle the most important basics first and point you in the right direction for your next steps.

Understanding Types of Exterior Room Additions

The sky’s the limit when it comes to designing your very own exterior addition. What is most important, is that you match the type of addition to the function you and your family will find the most beneficial. For example, if you have a smaller yard or outdoor space, you might want to think about using the property available to expand your home’s square footage instead. Another example might be for those with young children, who might find a mud room or segway in between entering the main home from the outdoors a little more practical than other addition types and save a lot more cleanup time.

In addition to the ideas above, many homeowners have chosen to grow their curb appeal by installing these exterior addition types:

  • Bring the beauty and light of the outdoors inside with a sunroom, or convert a room with a view into a study or small home office. 
  • Convert a current small room into a bedroom or area for additional storage by increasing total square footage.
  • Commit to an all-out addition that caters to the functions you and your family need the most: play area, bedroom, additional bathroom, sunroom, study, storage, or recreational. 
  • Sky’s the limit: dream up your own creation, such as a home movie theater, private den space, or home bar.  

Regardless of the size of your house, or the property it sits upon, there are multiple options that can be customized to suit your specific needs. You should also consider potential procedures that are associated with planning a home addition. This includes knowing your property lines, creating a current floor plan, obtaining blueprint designs, and budgeting your total amount spent.

Mix Things Up with a Customized Exterior Addition Today

At E&E General Contracting, we are standing by to field your questions about how to add an exterior room or tailored addition to your property. If you are curious about ideas to get you started, you can peruse our projects page, which showcases some of the work we have performed in older and newer homes. 

With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, you can rest assured that we have seen and solved the gamut when it comes to client projects. We are excited to tackle your vision, whatever it entails, head-on!

Published by E&E Contracting

E&E Contracting is operated by Michael and Matt Esh. Michael is a detailed thinker and is the Field Manager for the company. Matt is the General Manager and the natural visionary of the team.