Adding a room to your home is a big decision. It can be a lot of work, but it's also a great way to improve your home's value and increase your living space. If you're considering a room addition, Alabama Construction Pros can help. We have years of experience designing and building room additions of all shapes and sizes.

We'll work with you to create a design that fits your needs and budget, and we'll handle all the construction details so you can focus on enjoying your new room. Contact us today to learn more about our room addition services.


When deciding what you want in your room or home addition, consider what you will be using the space for. What elements could you add to make it a functional space for its intended use? Could you add a fridge space if it's a family room addition? Could you add a murphy bed if it's an added office space to make it multifunctional?

Where can you live temporarily while your addition is being completed? Sometimes walls or apart of the roof could be missing.

How can we match external materials like brick?

Alabama Construction Pros can help you with all of these things and more! We want to give you a fresh and functional space that will last you for years to come.


A lot of though and planning goes into a room addition. We've included some important considerations below that will help you think through aspects of a room addition.

Climate control is the top priority when adding on to your home, especially if you are doing an expansion that goes beyond the basement. This includes heating and air conditioning to ensure the space is livable and comfortable. Establishing climate control can be a big cost driver for this project, so it’s important to consider all the variables that will impact the intensity of this work. One of these variables is a lack of crawl space if expanding past the basement, leading to a need for excavation or dig downs.

If you are planning on adding an addition to your home, it is important to factor in the cost of plumbing and electricity. Depending on where the addition is being built, and what existing structures are nearby, plumbing and electricity may need to be completely built from scratch. This may require a need for excavation, which will add cost and time.

There can be a lot of red tape when it comes to home additions, so it's important to be aware of the specific rules and limitations for your municipality. For example, a historic home may have different setback requirements than a newer home, or an addition may need to be designed in a specific way to work with the existing structure. It's also important to check on easements and other potential restrictions before starting construction.


If you're thinking of doing a room or house addition, the cost has probably come to mind. For complete pricing details, visit our pricing page. While there is no absolute pricing for a room addition available, you will be able to at least find a range. Below you will see the major cost drivers in adding a room or home addition.

  • Climate Control –Climate Control is a must-have for any home addition. This includes setting up climate control features like heating and air conditioning, which may have high costs if it’s impossible to utilize existing climate control features from the current home. For example, if your heating furnace is currently located in a basement, it may require extensive excavation to connect that furnace to a new structure. Isolated systems are also alternative options.

  • Architects & Engineering – An architect will be able to identify what is structurally possible for design especially when it comes to expanding existing spaces. Including an architect in the ACP Remodel process typically requires an additional fee and includes the development of architectural documents and plans for construction.

  • Plumbing & Electric – Similar to climate control, plumbing and electricity can be major cost drivers due to the potential need to build from scratch, rather than work off existing structures or wiring. Depending on the type of rooms in your addition (bathroom or owner’s suite), plumbing may add a significant cost to your addition.

  • External Structure – There are additional costs involved in building a new structure as opposed to remodeling an existing one. This includes the cost of constructing a new foundation, walls, and roof, which may not be necessary if the existing structures can be reused.


The time it takes Alabama Construction Pros to complete a home addition can vary depending on the project. In general, it will take a minimum of four to six months to complete construction, but the design process could add an additional six months. Overall, the project could take up to a year and a half from start to finish.


At ACP, we strive to meet our customer’s needs through personalized design and careful, thorough listening. As a design-build firm, we work intimately with you, assess your needs and create a more comfortable, usable living space with you. During the first few appointments, our team will visit your home to take detailed measurements and provide as-built custom-designed CAD drawings aided by 3D renderings to help you better visualize your room addition. Using 3D renderings, our team will walk you through the design concept step-by-step to ensure every element is precisely what you want. When construction begins, we’ll provide you with a detailed schedule leading up to completion. Within 6 to 12 months, you’ll have a brand new living space!

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