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Experienced with home addition projects for homeowners adding multiple rooms at the same time. Design & Build, Bathrooms, Garages, Living Space, Bedrooms, Required Phoenix building permits.
Compare Phoenix home addition contractors with expertise in all major types of home addition projects. Design & Build, Bathrooms, Garages, Living Space, Bedrooms, Required building permits.
Local residential builders with expertise adding rooms to existing house. Help with building codes, local permits, custom design and build all types of room addition projects.
Local addition contractors for all major renovation and extension projects in Phoenix. Help with building codes, local permits, custom design and build.
Local bathroom addition contractors to addon new bathroom. Use of qualified trade professionals if necessary. Custom design and build.
Residential bedroom addition contractors for adding new bedroom. Custom design and build. Master, Guest, or Custom.
Common Addition to home dimensions and sizes include: 12 x 12 addition, 26 x 28, 10 x 16, 2 story, 20 x 20, 40 x 40, 20 x 24, 16 x 24, 22 x 22, 10 x 20, 24 x 15, 27 x 20, 10 x 40, 20 x 26, 9 x 12, 30 x 30, 20 x 12
Clean, stark lines and a neutral color palette with minimalist forms – these are the makings of a contemporary home in Phoenix. These designs take inspiration from some of the country’s top architects, like Frank Lloyd Wright, Will Bruder and Jack DeBartolo. Packed with the latest technology, the homes are typically built with simple and straightforward materials: Wood, steel and glass. Find these homes in pockets of Paradise Valley, Scottsdale and all around Phoenix.
From Al Beadle to Ralph Haver and Frank Lloyd Wright (again), many of the most prominent post-WWII architects designed homes in the Phoenix area. And now, a grassroots revival is breathing new life into these old homes while also building new houses to reflect a style of architecture that celebrates connection to the environment, open design concepts and open space.
The older areas of Phoenix and parts of North Scottsdale are brimming with Spanish Mission homes–an architectural style made popular in the 1890s in California. Stucco, adobe brick, enclosed courtyards and a hip roof are all characteristics of this design type. Even many newly built homes in suburbs like Chandler, Gilbert, and Mesa use this look as their inspiration.
This is one of the most prominent architectural styles in Phoenix…maybe it’s the similarity in climate between Phoenix and the Mediterranean region where this style began? Again, many of the newly constructed, master-planned communities reflect this look but you’ll find the true, original homes in Phoenix’s historic districts, including Coronado, Willo and Arcadia. Mediterranean Revival homes feature a rectangular floor plan that’s typically topped with a red-tiled roof and accented by arches, circles and wrought iron.
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