Congratulations, your family is growing! There’s so much joy and anticipation while preparing for the big day. As you and your partner plan for baby’s arrival, your living situation may feel cramped or not as flexible for your growing family. Expand your living space with an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) in your backyard. An ADU can be a welcoming space for expanding families living in multi-generational homes or the perfect solution if you’re a new parent looking for extra space.
An ADU will fit perfectly in your backyard, with enough space to accommodate whatever your plans are for the extra space. Find solace in a studio or one-bedroom ADU. Maybe you live with multiple family members and would like more space just for your little family. A two-bedroom ADU can house your new nursery and a bedroom for you and your partner to always be close by.
– A live in option for a nanny or au pair
– A real estate investment property to offset the rising costs of childcare and education
– a place for grandma and grandpa to stay when they visit.
ADU construction is almost always speedier than traditional home additions, and many are prefab structures that can be mostly designed and assembled offsite. Deciding to add a room to your existing home is noisy, distracting, and there always seems to be some unexpected delay that pops up. In choosing your ADU builder, be sure to inquire about the full project timeline, including site prep, installation, and what to expect after the job is done.
Think outside of the box when it comes to choosing your ADU builder. Abodu has partnered with world-renowned architects to offer homeowners in California and Washington space-optimized accessory dwelling units that fit in any backyard. We make it easy: our onsite contractor won’t be on your property any longer than two weeks, and our process is simple, transparent, and ends with an attractive, full-sized living space ready to move in as soon as we’re done. Learn more about your design and construction options by completing our online contact form.