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In total, TrustedPros has received 9 Home Addition projects posted by homeowners in Kelowna seeking the services of local Home Addition Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,650,000.00 with a per project average of $183,333.00.
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I currently live in Old Glenmore in a bungalow style house built in 1945. The lot is a third of an acre and the house is situated on the back corner of the lot. The main portion of the property is not useable as it is sloped and the grass doesn't grow on the front portion as it is predominantly sand. I am looking at adding on a 2 car garage, new kitchen and master bedroom. the upper part of the property is flat and half the lot is sloped. the present house is 1800 square feet with the basement included. The present house does not have enough bedrooms for a blended family and there is no bathroom downstairs. The kitchen lacks an entryway threrfore it would be nice to re-configure the existing upstairs and add a kitchen and master bedroom. I'm needing someone who has experience with additions on bungalow style houses. also what would the approximate cost be?? The windows need to be done on the whole house as well. thanks, Shannon
I live in a 2 bedroom rancher in the Mission. We have a 4.5' crawl space. We've considered moving, raising the house, building up, or building out back. I'd like to talk to someone who knows something about this. I believe we have a bearing wall in the crawspace that supports the middle of the house. I have no idea if the existing footings will support either raising or building up. I was told I need an engineer for this. Please drop me a line.
We have a 2200 sq ft walkout rancher approximately 20 years old. One side of the home has a vaulted ceiling. We would like to add approximately 500-600 sq ft to the other side making the home into a 1-1/2 storey. The addition would have the following:
master bedroom with closet (wood or carpet)
ensuite bath - 4 piece (tile)
small office - (wood or carpet)
stairwell - from main floor up
Thank you and get back to me at your earliest convenience.
We wish to extend our laundry room into our two car garage. We currently have a two bedroom, one level townhome but no office or den. We wish to knock down some of the interior garage wall in order to increase the size of our laundry room thus making the laundry room into a office/den as well. We would need a new floor & flooring, framing,dry wall, paint, electrical etc.etc. I believe the room extension would be about 12' wide by 8' long. The current wall between the laundry room & garage does not support the roof, in other words it can be moved/altered. Our home is 5 years old.
Square Foot - 400 sq ft. (200 on each floor)
Materials: mid line - roofing ash fault shingles
- vinyl windows; hardy plank exterior; hard wood / carpet flooring
-fireplace surround craftsman/meet contemporary
existing 1375 2 floor bungalow - living area down; bedrooms up
Site condition - Rosevalley - mature landscape- flat lot with backho acess for back yard.
3 1/2 ft concrete crawl space for access
home - 11 years old - built by Pentar homes
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