I create home additions in Charlotte that are conscientious of environmental elements during the building process and incorporate sustainable elements in the finished product.
Home Additions in Charlotte – When you need additional space in your current home, adding on to your living area can be a challenge. Home additions are designed to improve the quality and quantity of your living space, but you also want to ensure that they match the look and feel of your current building. Having an architect who has experience with home additions can help you with the process of building and ensure your new addition accurately reflects your family and your home. As a licensed contractor and architect, I have the expertise to assist with home additions that address your needs and create a more functional space for your family.
A home addition means creating a space that matches the current flow and function of your home while offering increased utility. It is important to use sustainable elements that optimize energy sources and reduce waste as part of the process. As a LEED certified architect, I create home additions that are conscientious of environmental elements during the building process and incorporate sustainable elements in the finished product. In addition to home additions, it is important to utilize landscape design that complements the new architecture of your home.
Having me as your architect will ensure the many steps involved in building home additions are carefully considered and you can enjoy seeing the home you have envisioned come to life. Contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, today to find out more about the process of building a home addition in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
Paul B. Clark, Architect offers design services for home additions in Charlotte, Catawba, Lake Norman, Lincoln, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, North Carolina.