Building an addition is a great way to add substantial value and increased functionality to your home. Thorough research, planning, and design are crucial to a successful project. It goes without saying that incorporating the right features into your home is imperative, but the most important step to completing the right project is the planning stage.
We spend as much time as it takes in the design phase of any project to ensure that all of our customers needs are met and that the construction process goes as smoothly as possible. We also understand that the more time taken in this step of the project, the better the outcome. Cape Dreams Building and Designs works with many prominent architects. Please see our list of recommended designers.We strongly recommend architects and designers who can incorporate your ideas along with key design concepts which will provide designs that are not only aesthetically beautiful, but also functional.
This is an addition/renovation designed by Peter McDonald, architect. The project consists of a master suite addition, a new entry, new windows, wood floors throughout, and a new kitchen.
This is a renovation and a couple of additions designed by Jay Horowtiz, Architect.
This project was designed by Peter McDonald. It involved removing the existing house off the foundation, raising the foundation by over 3’ to comply with new FEMA flood maps, building a substantial kitchen/living area addition and renovating existing parts of the home.
Architect, Steve Hayes, designed this project. It was a very extensive whole house renovation that involved numerous additions and changes to existing layouts. Lots of custom millwork was involved including coffered ceilings, custom built-ins, mantles, and bunk beds.
This is an addition and remodel designed by Bernadette of Ryder and Wilcox. We added a master suite addition and remodeled the existing home to accommodate a new kitchen, windows and doors.
This is a screen room we built in Orleans. The homeowners are very nice people and we look forward to working with them again in the future.
This is a project designed by Stephen Hayes. It involved raising the existing house by over 3′, building an addition, and extensive site work.
This is an addition designed by Joy Cuming of Aline Architecture. The kitchen was transformed into a bright and spacious room, the living room was enlarged, and the existing master bedroom was remodeled.
This is a two car garage with a custom master bed and bath suite, walk-in closet, office, and ding room above. This addition is phase two of a three phase project involving extensive remodelling and numerous additions. Off of the dining room is a large deck, complete with accent lights at the top of the deck railing posts. At the bottom of the deck is an oversized custom outdoor shower. Also shown is a pair of custom barn doors which provide ample access to a workshop and utility room located in the back of the garage.
This is a master bedroom suite with living room addition in Eastham that we completed in the winter of 2012. Peter McDonald designed the addition to flow effortlessly with the existing house. The existing kitchen and bathrooms are also being completed renovated.
This is a master bedroom, bathroom addition we finished in the Spring of 2011. Ryder and Wylcox’s design incorporated the new living area with the old flawlessly. The homeowner’s are very happy with the way the project turned out.
This is a sunroom/living room addition we built in Cotuit. Ryder and Wylcox designed the new space to work well with the existing house and allow for an extended kitchen. We also building a walk-out basement entrance allowing easy access. The homeowners are great people and are very happy with how the project turned out.
Though the addition’s square footage may not be that great, the views of Nantucket sound from this beautiful Chatham home’s new family room are spectacular. It was a challenging but fun project to be a part of.
This is a master bedroom and bathroom addition designed by Sarah Jane Porter, Architect.