You love where you live. You have great neighbors, you’re close to work, and your kids go to a great school. But your home simply isn’t meeting the needs of your growing family. A new home addition with Oxland Builders might be the answer to your dilemma.

Getting the space you need.

An addition can turn your current house into your dream home, providing the space you need to live comfortably. And while a new addition is an investment in both time and money, when done properly, it can enhance the value of your most important asset.

Common types of home additions include:

  • Bathrooms
  • Decks
  • Family rooms
  • Garages
  • Master bedroom suites
  • Three season room
  • Screened-in Porches

What does a home addition cost?

The final cost of any remodel or home addition can vary widely, according to the scope of work, finishes, and end-use of the space.  For example, according to Home Remodeling Magazine’s 2018 Cost Versus Value Report, the average national cost of a mid-range master suite addition is $123,420, versus $256,229 for an upscale addition.

To find estimated costs for other types of home remodels and additions, check out Home Remodeling Magazine’s 2021 Cost Versus Value Report.

How much value does an addition add to my home?

An addition can provide much-needed utility and space, making your home more enjoyable for you and your family. But what kind of return on investment (ROI) can you expect? Like any home remodeling project, there is a lot of variation in ROI—both by type of addition and by geographic location. Below is a summary of estimated ROI for common types of home additions in New England versus national averages.

Estimated ROI:

Home Additions – NH Seacoast & Southern Maine

At Oxland Builders, we pride ourselves on providing quality craftsmanship in every project we complete. Whether your home addition includes a new bathroom, family room, garage, or master bedroom suite, you can be assured that your space will be built with integrity and permanence. Contact us today to learn about our team and our build process.