Trying to plan for a living space for you or a loved one is a big undertaking. Each situation will vary on the number of rooms in your
I put together ten drawings that will help you see how much square footage is needed to meet the difference in support that I mentioned earlier. It includes plans that can be used for a garage conversion, a basement conversion or a suite addition. Some of the plans may be used for more than one conversion type. For instance, some of the plans with larger living room space could give room for an ascending
I want you to always remember egress for bedrooms. If you have a bedroom you will need a door or window large enough to meet egress codes. This is very important for two reasons. One is to ensure safety. The other is to allow you to be able to add the in-law suite to your existing living space when you are ready to sell your home.
Another way to recoup the most cost of the in-law suite at the time of sale is to use Universal Design as you layout your plan. Universal Design means that your design will allow the most usable space for anyone who plans to live there. You design it with plenty of room for turning radius in the bathroom also in the kitchen, widen door openings and hallways to be wheelchair compliant even if your loved one is ambulatory. When you decide to sell
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