COVID-19 has disrupted life for everyone across the country. In New Jersey, citizens are staying at home and we would understand if you’re starting to feel a little boxed in. There’s nothing like a quarantine to make you realize how small your home actually is, and perhaps give you the itch to expand. Our team at Tom Madsen LLC. gets it, and we encourage you to use this time to start thinking about ways you could add square footage to your New Jersey home.

Expand Your Space During Quarantine

Room Addition

There’s nothing like knocking out a wall to vent some of that quarantine frustration. If your plot of land is big enough, you could add an extra bedroom or bonus room onto your home for a little more elbow room. Home additions are a great option for homeowners that want an extra bedroom but don’t want to pack up everything and move. Work with our contractors to maximize your space and stay within your home improvement budget.

Deck or Patio Addition

Though adding a deck or patio won’t technically expand your home’s square footage, it will give you a new place to spend time. You aren’t able to experience the great outdoors like you used to – at parks or sporting events – so why not utilize your backyard? You definitely will feel like your space has expanded with the addition of a great outdoor living space or sunroom.

Finished Basement

The best part about finishing your basement is that you have so many options. Maybe all this family time has made you realize that your kids shouldn’t be sharing a room any more. Maybe you need a bonus room or media room so your family can enjoy different shows in the evenings. However you choose to use your space, finishing your basement will make your home feel much bigger and give your family more space to spread out.

Quarantine is the perfect time to start making some plans on how to expand your home. Contact our team at Tom Madsen today by calling (973) 875-9716. We’d be glad to discuss your options and give you a no-obligation quote on your next home project. 

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