Do you love your neighborhood and your home’s charm but feel you’re getting limited by space? Moving isn’t the only option, and you shouldn’t have to if you want to stay in your current home! An addition could be a smart and economical solution. Wentworth, Inc. home additions allow you to keep the things you like about your home while changing the things you don’t. Whether it’s for your growing family or a budding chef who needs more kitchen space, a thoughtfully designed addition can enhance the function, aesthetic, and market value of your home.
Kitchen, bathroom, and other home additions require careful architectural study. That’s why our Washington, DC area architect-led design-build firm is uniquely qualified to handle home additions. When your architect, interior designer and construction team work together on a project, the finished product will reflect that same sense of cohesion.
Contact us online today to schedule a consultation for your home addition project in Maryland, DC, or Northern Virginia!
Common Additions for MD Homes
You have many different options in regards to adding on to your home, including:
- Kitchen additions
- Master suite and bathroom additions
- Second-story additions
- Garage additions
- Porch additions
Zoning Regulations & Other Details for Home Additions
Many DC-area neighborhoods and communities are governed by historic district regulations or homeowner associations’ architectural controls. Our home addition builders are well-versed in designing a space to fit within the confines of a neighborhood’s particular rules and regulations. A neighborhood’s zoning regulations also require careful analysis when designing an addition. At Wentworth, we analyze side and rear yard regulations before suggesting a design for your new kitchen addition, bathroom addition, in-law suite addition, or any other type. Quality home additions in an historical neighborhood may require additional thought and time at the outset, but the result will be one that fits your modern life and your historical home.
Wentworth’s Approach to Home Additions in the DMV Area
Many homes in DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia offer architectural character and historical charm. You should never have to sacrifice what makes your home unique in order to add space. At every design and construction decision, a Wentworth addition design always takes the home’s existing architectural style and period into consideration. Even if you’re looking to add a modern spin to your period home, we can integrate the old and the new through the careful study of your home’s proportions, scale, rooflines, current materials and design details.
We will coordinate every detail to ensure a seamless integration of your existing home with the new addition. A Wentworth home addition will never look like it was slapped on as an afterthought. To get a clear picture of how home additions will best suit your lifestyle, our team of award-winning architects and interior designers will examine every detail of your home and its neighborhood. A truly successful home addition is one that doesn’t dwarf your home’s lot. In other words, a home addition should look like it was meant to be there.
Homeowners often underestimate the importance of rooflines when designing an addition. A home addition should be designed with a roof that resembles the existing home’s architectural style, whether it’s gable, hip, gambrel or dormers, A replication of the home’s current roof pitch ensures an integrated design with an older home. Roofing materials should also be complementary to the home’s current roofing material. Our extensive knowledge of architectural historical styles allows us to uniquely envision an addition to best fit your home’s unique features.
Schedule a Home Addition Consultation in MD, DC, or VA
Think a Wentworth home addition might be right for the right fit for you? Get in touch today! We’d love to hear about your project to see if we can help.
Contact us online now to schedule a consultation! We are based in Chevy Chase, MD and serve the surrounding areas of Washington, DC and Northern Virginia.