Should I add a suite to my home?
Looking for an additional room?
Whether you are planning to remain in your home for decades or see a sale in the future, developing the lower level of your home into living or rental space is a brilliant way to add value, income, and utility.
Realtors: buyers look for revenue suites
When buyers look for a home, they typically prioritize houses with basments. Listings that include “revenue suite” or “in-law suite” generate the most excitement and enquiries. That’s because the flexibility of use and extra income potential add so much value to a home— especially in the Victoria, BC real estate market. To get the best value for your investment in a suite, you’d be smart to hire Capital City Construction.
So many ways to use extra space in basement suite
A revenue suite or rec room is such a versatile and handy investment. The extra space can be used as a family room, art or music studio, man cave, teen room, in-law suite, granny suite, extended family stays, guest room, short term rental, airbnb suite, games room, home office, home theatre, and more! If you want to explore all of the possibilities for your space, contact the in-law suite experts at Capital City Construction.
Home office, studio or revenue suite: smart investment
These days, it’s truly a win-win when you create beautiful, functional extra living space in your home. Smart homeowners are hiring Capital City Construction because James and his team of pros specialize in creating the energy efficiency and solid foundation required for enjoyable lower-level living spaces.
This basement suite renovation has been finished and optimized to be very low maintenance, and command the highest rent possible. It includes two bedrooms, a full bathroom, well-planned kitchen, in-suite laundry, and ample storage for the on-site owners.
We offer amazing basement suite renovations
The addition of this deluxe revenue suite started with just an empty, unfinished basement. First, steel flush beams were installed to increase headroom. Next, the existing driveway was filled in with new footings and a foundation wall. (Concrete is a specialty!) Finally, new windows were added, to provide better ventilation, security, efficiency, and natural light.