Home Addition Contractor
The Perfect Architectural Design
We can construct the perfect addition to fit the architectural design of your existing structure. A well-planned home addition will provide the desired additional space and add value to your home. Home additions are a great way to invest in a home while adding amenities and space a family needs. Addition projects can include adding space to a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, or family room.
Additions are becoming more popular as homeowners decide to remain in their homes rather than sell and buy a new home. Having a home addition contractor that can manage your vision, permitting, and keeping the whole project on time and within budget is a big challenge.
At True North Construction, we understand that when it comes to adding space to your home, there is a lot of information, and it can be difficult to make sense of it. One of the things we enjoy most about what we do is the opportunity to educate homeowners so they can make the most informed decisions about remodeling or adding to their homes.
Ultimately, we want you to have as much information as possible to be comfortable knowing that you are making the best possible decisions for your home and your family.
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The picture on the top of this page features an all-season addition with a multi-level deck. It was built with Azek decking, a picture frame border, and all-new white Azek RadianceRail railings with matching soffit material under the deck. And this picture shows a demoed 3-car garage rebuilt to match the existing portion of the garage. We installed stucco and big corbels around the garage doors.
We built arched dormers on the second floor and installed insulated craftsmen-style garage doors and ductless HVAC systems in the garage. Then we installed shiplap walls and reclaimed bricks in the entryway.
In the following pictures, you will find another style of the basement remodeling project. In the first, we built a second-floor guest quarter over a garage. We installed James Hardie lap siding with Anderson A Series Awning windows. And we also installed a cedar shaker roof and a copper roof over the dormer. In the second image, we built a new all-season room off the back of the house. We dug out underneath the addition to provide extra storage for outdoor equipment. We installed farm-style trim throughout. A 12' sliding glass door is added for more open space on the deck. We finished it with a big picture window to look into nature in the backyard.