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Pre-coronavirus, maybe you worked at your employer’s office. Maybe you worked at home while the kids or spouse were away at school or work. Now, things of course have changed. The Stay-at Home order came so fast to combat the spread and you didn’t have time to react and make adjustments for everyone at home.

School is back in session in different modes and plans. Most employers have made the necessary adjustments for your spouse to return to work. Perhaps your children will need to go to school virtually or a hybrid of in-school and virtual. It may be time to consider your own dedicated attached or detached Accessory Dwelling Unit. Similar to Tiny Houses and Pool Houses, an Accessory Dwelling Units are rising in popularity across the country as an alternative to costly additions to the home.

An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) usually around 200 square feet to 300 square feet and have all the comforts of home and office without a kitchen or bathroom. The best part as these units start at around $10,000 and in most cases can be finished in about a week. You must check with your local municipality or your HOA on any restrictions. It some instances, depending on your local ordinance, you may not even need a construction permit. Companies like Studio Shed can ship pre-fabricated parts for the unit to your residence for a contractor to start your project. Need a little local flavor, call The Tucker Team for a reference.

Stay Safe, Healthy and Productive.