It isn’t inconceivable to feel trapped in your home without being underwater in your mortgage.
Now may not be the ideal time to take on a larger debt, halting your plans to move into a bigger home in the immediate future. That doesn’t mean you’re stuck in a home that makes you feel less than “at home.”
For a reasonable investment, you can make your home feel bigger without actually making any major structural changes. It can be called home renovations that make sense for your family and your budget! Maybe it should even be called “creatively thinking inside the box!”
Several solutions for families in need of space.
Make the dining room into a multi-purpose room!
With the eye of a general contractor from Rossi Construction, Inc., and your own plans for expanding your home business, a dining room can be creatively repurposed for office duties without losing its original purpose. It can simply be a door installation, the addition of custom shelves or cabinets, and possibly a recessed nook for your computer. Custom desk options even exist which can be telescoped into a full-size dining table.
A general contractor can help you develop amazing plans for a room that tends to see no more than two or three major days of service each year.
Add a half-bath to the first-floor of your home!
Adding a half-bath to your first-floor is simple if you have a crawlspace for running the new pipes. The half-bath is often a good fit for a room which will not miss the lost space, or even a coat closet that matches the requirements for local codes. Our specialists from Rossi Construction, Inc. will be able to advise homeowners regarding the best location for the half-bath.
Remove the claustrophobia from the equation!
A choppy layout of small rooms can make even a large house feel claustrophobic.
To open your floor plan on your own, you can remove doors from rooms that don’t really need them. A contractor can also advise homeowners regarding the removal of interior walls that don’t support the home or hide pipes. If neither method will work, a contractor can also devise plans which may open at least a portion of the wall for the homeowner.
Think outside the box and make your home feel bigger!