Add The Space You Need

Design + Build Additions

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Design + Build Additions

The Steps to More Space:


Initial Phone Call

We will have an initial phone call to discuss your desired project and your budget. If you are looking for a kitchen or bathroom we discuss how your budget would fit into 1 of our 3 tiers and see which one will be the best fit for you. 

If we both agree that we are the company you need, we will move forward with setting up an in person meeting.


Site Visit / Office Meeting

Depending on the project, we will determine if we meet you in your home or in our office. During this appointment, we will take pictures, measurements and talk about any other major details.


Design Retainer
(Billed $125 per hour)

Depending on the project, we will determine if we meet you in your home or in our office. During this appointment, we will take pictures, measurements and talk about any other major details.

What Does It Cost?

Costs vary across additions based on a number of factors, but are mainly influenced by the size of your room, the quality of your selections, and how much plumbing, electrical, and HVAC work is necessary.

Prices for additions involving Kitchens and Bathrooms cost more due to the additional electrical and plumbing work.

Costs starting at:

per square foot

Our Past Home Additions

What People are Saying:

“They gave us the exact kitchen we had been hoping for.”

John Seagrave

Kitchen Remodel

“I’d give them a 10 out of 10, I was happy from day 1.”

Tony Pallo

Kitchen Remodel

“They were always professional, responsive and all their tradesmen were amazing.”

Michael & Michelle Oransby

Kitchen Remodel

What Happens Next?


Phone Consultation

  • 30 Minutes

  • Discuss Budget and Scope

  • Go Over Timelines and Finishes

  • Review Pictures and Town Card

  • Conclude if Project Fits in Fine Home Contracting Model


Design Retainer

  • Estimation of Needed Hours
  • On-board to Online Dashboard
  • Site Visit Inspection
  • Selection Made

  • Typical Retainer: $1500



  • Design Finalized
  • Selections Finalized
  • Schedule Built
  • Cabinets in Production
  • Remodeling Begins

Finance your Project

Get it Done Right.

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How much does it cost to add on a room?2024-04-09T17:16:45+00:00

The cost to add on a room can range from $25,000 to $250,000 depending on the size and features. Factors like permitting, foundation work, plumbing and HVAC can significantly impact the final cost. Rooms with plumbing and electrical such as bathrooms and kitchens tend to be more expensive than adding a bedroom or office.

What questions to ask when hiring a home addition contractor?2023-09-20T14:10:51+00:00

Key questions include their years of experience, examples of past work, license and insurance info, project timeline and communication style. Always check references too.

Should I get multiple quotes for a home addition?2023-09-20T14:11:06+00:00

Yes, it’s recommended to get quotes from 3-4 contractors to compare pricing and visions for the project. Make sure all bids cover the same scope of work.

What permits are needed to add on to a house?2023-09-20T14:11:30+00:00

Common permits include building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, zoning approval. Your contractor will usually pull the needed permits, but check with your local permitting office.

How do I know if my house is suitable for an addition?2023-09-20T14:11:42+00:00

A contractor can assess if your home’s structure, foundation, roof, siding etc. can support an addition. Zoning laws also determine allowed addition size.

What design work is needed for a home addition?2023-09-20T14:11:58+00:00

Hire an architect to create preliminary drawings for the addition layout, look and feel. They can also help with permitting and contractor selection.

What are signs of a shady contractor for a home addition?2023-09-20T14:12:37+00:00

Demanding full payment upfront, no written contract, no fixed pricing, high pressure sales tactics, lack of license and insurance are red flags.

Should I act as my own general contractor?2023-09-20T14:13:11+00:00

Being your own GC can save money but requires extensive time and knowledge. Most advise hiring a qualified general contractor to manage your remodel or addition. If you want more control over your project than a GC allows, a Construction Management company may be a better fit.

Do We Remodel in Your Area?

Fine Home Contracting remodels homes in the entire state of Connecticut. Reach out for a consultation on your project today.