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Transforming Spaces, Enhancing Lives

ADU Builders Group Garage Conversion in Mountain View, CA

Let's make your garage more than just a parking space. Contact us today and we'll turn your vision into reality with unmatched expertise and guarantees you can trust!

We Are Your Local Garage Conversion Contractor in Mountain View

ADU Builders Group specializes in transforming underutilized garage spaces into fully functional, beautifully designed living areas, serving the Mountain View area with excellence. With two decades of experience in the construction industry and over 100 successful home improvement projects under their belt, they offer a thorough garage conversion service that adheres to the highest standards of quality and innovation. Clients can expect a seamless process from start to finish, backed by a three-year warranty on services and an impressive ten-year warranty on structural components. ADU Builders Group has consistently earned 5-star reviews, ensuring that every client is not just satisfied but truly delighted with their new space, affirming their core values of reliability and efficiency in every project.

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Why Is Garage Conversion the Perfect Solution for Your Home's Needs?

When we're looking at making the most out of every inch of our home, a garage conversion by ADU Builders Group springs to mind as an ingenious solution. It's not just about adding more space; it's about creating a space that truly reflects our lifestyle and evolves with it. Whether we're dreaming of a quiet home office, a vibrant playroom for our kids, or a cozy retreat for arts and crafts, garage conversions offer a customizable canvas that's tailored specifically to our desires and requirements.

We all know how quickly life can change, and with these changes often come new needs regarding living space. What's brilliant about converting our garage is the adaptability it offers. Initially, it might serve as a play area for young children but can seamlessly evolve into a study space for teenagers or a recreational room as they grow. This flexibility ensures that our investment is not only practical at the moment but continues to serve us well over the years, adjusting to our family's shifting dynamics.

Moreover, considering space in Mountain View can be at a premium, maximizing every square foot of our property is vital. A garage conversion allows us to do just that, turning an often-underused area into a vibrant part of our home. This not only makes our living environment more enjoyable and suited to our needs but could also potentially increase our home's market value. With ADU Builders Group, we're not just renovating; we're strategically enhancing our lifestyle and property simultaneously.

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Why Choose ADU Builders Group As Your Garage Conversion Builder in Mountain View

- 20 Years Construction Expertise
- Over 100 Projects Completed
- 3-Year Service Warranty
- 10-Year Structural Warranty
- Serves Mountain View, CA

At ADU Builders Group, we're your top choice for garage conversions in Mountain View, CA. With over 20 years in the construction industry and more than 100 home improvement projects under our belt, we've honed our craft to provide you with innovative, reliable, and efficient service. We're proud to offer a three-year warranty on our services and a ten-year warranty on structural components, ensuring your peace of mind. Our track record of satisfied clients is reflected in our consistent 5-star reviews. We don't just build spaces; we create homes that cater perfectly to your needs, making every square foot count. Choose us, and let's transform your garage into a functional and stylish part of your home.

Fun Facts About Mountain View California

Mountain View, CA, nestled in the heart of Silicon Valley, is renowned for housing Google's headquarters. This city boasts a multicultural community and a lively downtown scene centered around Castro Street, which is lined with a variety of dining and entertainment choices. Additionally, Mountain View is known for the Shoreline Amphitheatre, a favorite spot for concerts and various events, attracting visitors and locals alike to experience its vibrant cultural offerings and technological heritage.

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  • Are you licensed?
    Yes, we are! We operate under the license of our sister company Imagine Unique Remodels with License No. 1019318. ADU Builders Group is managed by the same team running Imagine Unique Remodels.
  • How long have you been working in this industry?
    We have been in the construction industry for over 20 years and over 5 years in the ADU industry.
  • What is an accessory dwelling unit?
    An ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) is a secondary housing unit that can be built on a single-family residential lot. It is also known as a granny flat, backyard cottage, or in-law unit. ADUs may be attached to the primary residence, such as a garage or basement conversion, or they can be detached structures. They offer an innovative and effective option for adding much-needed housing in densely populated areas, and they can also provide rental income or housing for family members.
  • What are the benefits of having an accessory dwelling unit?
    The benefits of having an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) include additional living space, rental income, increased property value, affordable housing, multigenerational living, and sustainable living practices.
  • How do I build an accessory dwelling unit?
    The process of building an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) varies depending on state and local regulations, but generally involves the following steps: Check Zoning and Building Codes: Check local zoning and building codes to determine if building an ADU is allowed on your property. Design: Work with an architect or design professional to create a plan for your ADU that meets local building and zoning requirements. Permits: Obtain the necessary permits from the local government to build the ADU. Construction: Hire a contractor or builder to construct the ADU. Utilities: Connect the ADU to water, sewer, electricity, and gas utilities. Inspection: Have the ADU inspected by the local government to ensure it meets safety, health, and building standards. Occupancy: Once the ADU passes inspection, it can be occupied by tenants or family members. It's important to follow all local regulations and obtain any necessary permits before starting construction on an ADU.
  • How do I get permits for an accessory dwelling unit?
    Getting permits for an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) involves the following steps: Research local zoning and building codes to determine if ADUs are allowed on your property. Check with the local government to determine what permits are required for an ADU. Submit an application and required documentation, such as architectural drawings and floor plans. Undergo permit review by the local government to ensure the ADU meets safety, health, and building standards. Receive final approval for the ADU permit, which allows construction to begin.
  • How long does it take an ADU and JADU application to get approved?
    Whether or not a local agency has adopted an ordinance, applications to create an ADU or JADU shall be considered and approved ministerially within 60 days from the date the local agency receives a completed application.
  • What are the requirements for an accessory dwelling unit?
    The requirements for an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) vary depending on the jurisdiction, but generally include the following: The ADU must be located on the same lot as the primary residence. The ADU must have its own living, sleeping, cooking, and bathroom facilities. The ADU must comply with local zoning and building codes. The ADU may need to meet certain size and height requirements. The ADU may require additional parking spaces. The ADU may need to be inspected and approved by the local government before it can be occupied.
  • What is the minimum lot size requirement in order to build an ADU?
    There is none. State ADU Law prohibits local agencies from including in development standards for ADU requirements on minimum lot size. Further, lot coverage requirements cannot preclude the creation of a statewide exemption ADU of at least 800 square feet, 16 feet in height, and with four-foot side and rear yard setbacks.
  • What are the unit size requirements for ADUs?
    Local agencies are prohibited from establishing a minimum square footage requirement for either an attached or detached accessory dwelling unit that prohibits an efficiency unit which has a minimum floor area of 150 square feet. More to that, local agencies shall not establish maximum square footage requirement for either an attached or detached accessory dwelling unit that is less than 850 square feet, or 1,000 square feet for ADUs with more than one bedroom. For local agencies without an ADU ordinance, maximum unit sizes are 1,200 square feet for a new detached ADU and up to 50 percent of the floor area of the existing primary dwelling for an attached ADU (at least 800 square feet).
  • Can maximum unit sizes exceed 1,200 square feet for ADUs?
    Yes, but double-check with your local agency first. Maximum unit sizes can exceed 1,200 square feet for ADUs through the adoption of a local ADU ordinance.
  • What are the restrictions for an accessory dwelling unit?
    The restrictions for an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) vary depending on the jurisdiction, but generally include the following: The lot size must meet certain requirements. The ADU must comply with local zoning and building codes. The ADU may have size restrictions or limitations on the number of bedrooms. The ADU may require additional parking spaces. The ADU may need to be owner-occupied. The ADU may have restrictions on the use of the unit, such as prohibiting short-term rentals.
  • How much does it cost to build an accessory dwelling unit?
    The cost to build an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) varies depending on several factors such as the size, location, and materials used. According to recent estimates, the typical price to build an ADU is between $60,000 and $360,000. However, the cost can be as low as $30,000 or higher than $400,000 depending on the project's specifics. It's important to obtain detailed cost estimates and account for all associated expenses. Free to consult with us and get a quotation.
  • Are there any financing options for an accessory dwelling unit?
    As of June 2023, there are financing options available for building an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). Some of the financing options include cash-out refinancing, renovation financing, home equity loans and lines of credit (HELOCs), construction or renovation loans, unsecured loans, and ADU-specific loans. It's important to research and compare various financing options to determine which one is best suited for your particular situation. AS of March 01,2023, CalHFA has closed grant reservations for March 1st.

Areas We Serve

Campbell, CA

San Jose, CA

Santa Clara, CA

Saratoga, CA

Sunnyvale, CA

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