After photo of the outside of a house - Second storey addition
Contemporary kitchen with melamine cabinets - Home addition
A modern bathroom with grey ceramic tiles, white walls, a shower bath and a freestanding vanity
A wood balcony with two turquoise chairs
wooden-outdoor-staircase-home-addition
Cost (2018)$131,598
Click on the tag to switch between price and financing (if financing applies).

The displayed price is based on quotes for this particular renovation project. It excludes taxes, furniture, accessories, accessories for home appliances, etc. The actual price may vary depending on several factors such as the region, ease of access to the construction site, etc. The displayed price is therefore provided as an indication of an estimated price for a similar project. The displayed prices of "Inspiration" projects have been evaluated by three of our knowledgeable advisors.

Gilbert-Poulin | Bi-generation Second Storey Home Addition project

Cost (2018)
$131,598

Evaluation

0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 50 votes, average: 0.00 out of 50 votes, average: 0.00 out of 50 votes, average: 0.00 out of 50 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5
(No Ratings Yet)

Second Storey Addition for a bungalow in the suburbs


This family did not know what to do with their home. Should they sell it and buy a new one? Or, expand the existing one? There were so many options available to them, they were not sure what to do. Yet, they knew they wanted to stay close to family. When the idea of a second storey addition – to convert the house into a bi-generation home –  came to mind, they knew this was what they would do.

With budget in mind, converting a 40′ x 25′ bungalow into a two storey home was not without its challenges. The ground floor walls had to be reinforced in order to support the weight of the new addition; and the preliminary renovations (i.e. reinforcements) allowed the family to add 3 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a contemporary bathroom to their home. Vinyl siding was also added to three sides. As for the housefront, the original brick was conserved – allowing for some substantial savings.

Undoing an existing roof and keeping intact roof trusses, installing new floor joists, soundproofing with blown wool insulation, building a staircase out of treated wood to access the new independent side entrance accessing the top floor, and creating floor divisions were only some of the many tasks our 360° Verified Contractors had to accomplish for this addition.

Following the architect’s plans and governmental construction & safety codes allowed this renovation project to become a reality. The Gilbert-Poulin family now has a new functional home with a greater resale value.

Some of the materials used were provided by the customers and are not included in the indicated price.

Category: Home Addition

Style: N/A

City: Québec

Project No: 53476

Rotate your device
Rotate your device