One of the hallmarks of a well designed addition is how well the new addition blends with the older portion of the house.
We added an in-law apartment to this home, well over 80 years old, in a way that compliments the older style and maintains the characterof the home.
We also expanded the second floor adding a master bath and bedroom using a shed dormer style to match the original design.
Snug-a-Bug has always been innovative and willing to take on the unusual jobs. This addition in East Longmeadow was built in early 1984 and featured round top windows. These windows, all too common now, had to be custom fabricated on site as they were not available commercially at that time. The second floor was supported in such a way as to eliminate a visible beam as viewed from inside. We were invited back to design and build a new deck the following year and numerous projects through the following years.
This home had a small second floor bedroom with the typical sloped ceilings. We built this dressed up dormer to the front side of this home creating a bedroom with dramatic ceilings and an adjoining natural light craft room.
This second floor addition of a three bedroom home for Leo's Glassworks in Ludlow was built during the winter months and did not disrupt the daily activities of the business. We increased the over all size of the new living quarters, creating a full length covered porch for the business and carport.
This Westfield addition utilized an unused deck. Once the deck was modified a little, we were able to expand the living space of this home and provide a comfortable dining area without the disruption normally caused by foundation installation.