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Accessory Dwelling Units

Whether for a family member or a rental, ADU's are a great project

Our Accessory Dwelling Unit Process

Meet with a designer to determine how Kimball Construction can help you build your addition.

You will work with one of our designers to create a rough draft of your new addition.

*If you already have a design, this step is not needed.

Throughout the design process, we will discuss how much your addition will cost to build, however, in this step we create a final budget.

Throughout the design process, we will discuss how much your addition will cost to build, however, in this step we create a final budget.

Our design team will engineer and complete your plans and then hand them off to our Pre-Con team which will obtain a building permit and start scheduling trade partners to work on your project.

Kimball Constructions’ expert team of carpenters, trade partners, and project managers will build your addition. 

Near the end of your project, our team will prepare your warranty documents, complete your building permit, and verify all accounting and files are complete and accurate.

Kimball Construction has a great warranty, we will stand by our work and fix anything that needs fixing.

*see warranty details in the contract

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Accessory Dwelling Unit

We design & BUild Accessory Dwelling Units

Designing and building an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) involves careful consideration of several factors, including the local zoning regulations, the site’s physical characteristics, and the intended use of the ADU. ADUs are typically small, self-contained living spaces that can be built on the same lot as an existing single-family home, providing an affordable housing option and potentially generating rental income.

When designing an ADU, Kimball Construction considers factors such as privacy, natural light, and accessibility. The design should also take into account the intended use of the space, such as whether it will be used as a rental unit or as a separate living space for a family member.

Building an ADU requires obtaining permits and adhering to local building codes, fortunately Kimball Construction handles all of this for you. Depending on the site’s characteristics and the intended use of the ADU, it may be necessary to address issues such as drainage, access, and parking. It’s also important to work with a qualified contractor or designer who has experience with ADU construction.

Overall, designing and building an ADU can be a complex process, but with careful planning and attention to detail, it can provide an affordable housing option and additional living space for homeowners.

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