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Addition & Second Floor Addition

If you need to have an additional room to accommodate increasing space needs, then second floor addition can be an amazing option. Second floor addition can maximize your views and can provide space for a home office or rental space. A second floor addition can complement your homeís decor in a stylish manner.

The first thing that you need to understand is if an addition of the second floor is legal or not for your building. In Canada, the maximum height of building is restricted by law. So it is very necessary to check with your local planning department to see if height restrictions are according to your growth plans.

In some communities, there are laws related to solar radiations that can affect a second- or third-story addition if it will reduce the amount of sunrays falling on a neighborís property. Second floor addition is also restricted if it is intended to use as a separate rental space or for commercial purposes.