Commercial and Residential Addition Experts
Why move, when you could improve? A professionally constructed residential or commercial addition is the perfect way to get more building, without relocating. And to get exceptional results for whatever type of construction project you decide to tackle, European Construction & Design, is the only name that you need to know.
We take great pride in all that we do, including offering the very best in personalized customer care. We encourage you to consider the options that you have available to you to build out, instead of give up. Don't throw in the towel and relocate your whole business or family, when we can offer any number of viable solutions.
The Best in Quality Commercial Addition
Commercial additions are often carried out when you find yourself in need of an expansion for your business, but would prefer not to move. Or, maybe, you have found the perfect building and want an add-on, before even assembling your company into place there. This can be a successful next step for you and your business, as long as you make solid choices about the project, and about the team you intend to work with.
A commercial addition can provide more storage, help you introduce a new element to your business, such as retail, or just allow for more staff in your ever-changing and growing company. Whatever the case may be, by partnering with our team, you can rest assured you will be pleased with the final results that we are able to provide for you.
Residential Addition With Exceptional Results
European Construction & Design is also the premier choice available when you want a residential addition, as well. We want you to be able to have what would be considered wildly successful results from your remodeling and home improvement project, and here are some ways to make that happen:
Be aware of any changes you would like to make to make to your existing home, in order to improve that, or at least not repeat it, with your new renovations.
Focus on the interior flow; it's not just functionality, it's about how the design feels. The end result should be something that looks and feels as though it was always there and part of the original design of your home. Otherwise, it ends up appearing “tacked on.”
Don't forget to consider the exterior, as well. It should be seamless and blend perfectly with your existing house. If you want changes to elements like siding or windows, this is a good time to redo the entire home so everything works together in a cohesive manner.