When building an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), you'll typically have several options and selections to make in terms of design, materials, and features. Some of the common decisions include:
Floor plan: Choose the layout and size of the ADU, including the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and living spaces.
Exterior finish: Decide on the siding material, roofing, windows, and doors to match the style and aesthetic of the main home.
Interior finishes: Select flooring, paint colors, cabinetry, and other interior finishes to suit your style and needs.
Kitchen and bathroom: Choose the type and style of kitchen and bathroom fixtures, such as sinks, faucets, and shower heads.
Utilities: Decide on the type of heating and cooling system, water heater, and other utility hookups that the ADU will require.
Additional features: Consider adding features like a deck, patio, or outdoor living space, as well as appliances, lighting fixtures, and other finishing touches.
At Talbot Custom Homes, we have standard features that are included in each are of the home. These are outlined