On gray, cold, and gloomy days, one can’t help but notice how small a home feels. Between tripping over the wet sneakers left to dry near the front door and the toys strewn throughout the living room, refereeing the kids as they argue over who gets to use the bathroom next, and pushing the dogs off the sofa for a place to unwind, the winter season can make a home feel claustrophobic and crowded with little room for escape.
And for those of you with a baby on the way or an in-law moving in, you understand this feeling all too well.
If you’ve considered moving outside of your beloved neighborhood to find a larger space, there might be a better option. Why not turn your family home into your dream home?
Picture a larger space with plenty of room to spread out, an updated kitchen, or an in-law suite for your aging parents. Wouldn’t it feel incredible to have a large bathroom with a soaking tub for relaxation, especially on these gloomy days?
Jeff Ramsey, owner of Ramsey Builders, helps clients create their dream homes. From kitchen expansions to in-law suites and raised Cape Cod roofs to finished basements and baby nurseries, Ramsey does it all.
He’s helped several families put equity into their multi-generational homes and recently helped a client build a music studio out of a garage space. No challenge is too big for Ramsey’s team.
When asked what an addition process looks like, Ramsey says there are three phases:
- Initial design work
- Gathering preconstruction documents, picking out a budget, and choosing the finishing touches
Ramsey encourages those considering an addition to be prepared with a budget and to have a general idea of a practical design based on current home features. “Many clients choose designs that won’t work in their space,” says Ramsey. “By selecting a feature doorway or window in the home to work around, we can then develop a design from there.”
Ramsey Builders only takes on three projects at a time so they can best meet the needs of their clients. Interested in achieving your dream? Contact Ramsey Builders today.