The Process of Working with All American Builders

How Does Our Company Work?

The process of working with All American Builders very simple. We aim to make the process of remodeling a home as quick, easy, and efficient as possible for homeowners.

Here Are Some Steps of How We Work:

Step 1: We speak over the phone and set a free one hour appointment with homeowners at their location during a desired time and date to discuss details of a desired home remodeling project.

Step 2: The day of the appointment, we contact the homeowners in the morning to confirm the appointments.

Step 3: We arrive at homeowners location during the time of appointment in order to discuss details of a desired project and do an inspection of the area.

Step 4: We provide a free estimate for the work desired based on details discussed during the one hour appointment.

Step 5: Once the homeowners are happy with the price, payment options will be discussed. Financing will be available for qualified clients.

Step 5: We get started on the job as soon as the homeowners are ready for us to start.

Step 6: We keep the homeowners updated about progress through ever step of the way.

Step 7: We complete the job and make sure to confirm with homeowners that everything is as perfect as they desired.

Why Choose All American Builders?

At All American Builders, we understand the importance of your time, and that remodeling a home can be a difficult thing for some homeowners. Therefore, we try to make the process as simple as possible. Our goal is to make the process of remodeling a home as easy, fast, and efficient as possible, without sacrificing quality.

We treat every project as if it were our own. Why settle for anything but the best? Our contractors experienced with the services we provide. We will work hand in hand with you to fulfill all your remodeling desires in detail! Choose All American Builders now!

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2 Bedroom Unit Addition in Los Angeles

Are you planning on building a new 2 bedroom unit addition in Los Angeles? The legal requirements of having a new unit built on a home’s property can vary based on location and specifics of the project.

In California, there is a recently passed law called Senate Bill 1069 (SB-1069). This law sets standards, requirements, and regulations for garage conversion and having a secondary housing unit on a single family home. Additionally, this law prevents cities from requiring their own permits as long as a secondary housing unit falls within it’s requirements.

Another thing to note is that this law refers to a secondary housing units as an “Accessory Dwelling Units.” A new two bedroom unit can be built in accordance with this law in order for legal permits to be obtained with ease.

Get Help With Building Your 2 Bedroom Unit in Los Angeles Now!

At All American Builders we specialize in all types of new room additions and home remodeling in Los Angeles, CA.

Adding a new 2 bedroom unit to your home to your home could be a challenging thing to do, but it doesn’t need to be. If you work with All American Builders, it can be a challenge won easily. Our experts will work closely with you to go over all your desires for the project.

We can implement all your desires into the unit while making sure everything is done 100% legally and up to code.

How Much Will it Cost to Build a 2 Bedroom Unit in Los Angeles?

The cost of building a new 2 bedroom unit in Los Angeles will vary based on the scale and details of each project. Do you want to get an accurate estimate for a job you desire? Our contractors at All American Builders can definitely help you out.

We can give you a free estimate for building a new two bedroom unit in your backyard. The way this works is that you can book an appointment with one of our project managers for one hour at your location. During this time we will go over all the details of your desired project and do an inspection of the area.

Once all the details are discussed during this free one hour appointment, we will first be able to give you a ball park number of cost. If it sounds like something you are interested in moving forward with, we will draw detailed plans with all the specifics and exact pricing included.

Why settle for anything but the best? Hire a team that has expertise to deliver top quality addition you need. Our craftsmen have over 13 years experience in the industry. We can accommodate any type of new room additions you wish for.

List of some room additions we build:

We can replicate any style and design your aiming for. Our flexibility in accommodating your unique desires ensures that the end result will meet even the highest of expectations.

Take the hassle out of adding a new unit on your property. Leave the job up to All American Builders. We will take care of the entire job from start to finish. Our team of experts will deal with all the sub-contractors, suppliers, and craftsmen that are needed to complete the project.

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Home Ventilation Requirements in California

Are you wondering about California home ventilation laws and requirements?

There are a variety of ventilation laws set by the state. The main purpose of these laws are for health and safety concerns.

Homes that are well ventilated are healthier places to live in general. When a home is properly ventilated, the air stays fresher and healthier to breathe.

On the other hand, when a home is not properly ventilated, the air and physical materials can become damp and provide living circumstances for unwanted bacteria. The unwanted bacteria that is caused by dampness can cause negative health effects on humans and animals. The severity of negative health effects caused from this would generally be directly proportional to the severity of the bacterial infestation, in addition to any other negative effects on the air.

California’s Building Codes provide standards for making sure a house is properly ventilated. In general, certain areas of homes may need additional ventilation. These areas include attics, bathrooms, and kitchens.

Any sort of room additions or conversions must be inspected by a government building inspector before they are permitted as legal.

Bathroom Ventilation

According to California building code, all bathrooms with a bathtub, shower, or spas are required to have an exhaust fan for the purpose of air ventilation.

Exhaust fans in bathrooms must be Energy Star-compliant and vented to the outside. Bathrooms that were built in the past before a certain point in time did not require exhaust fans. If it was built in the past does not have an exhaust fan, it get one installed in case of a bathroom remodel that requires the structure of the room be changed.

Natural Ventilation

California Building Code sets regulations for the minimum amount of natural ventilation required for homes.

A property that is to be permitted for being used as a living space must be naturally ventilated by doors, windows, and/or other openings that allow air to travel in and out the home. The openings such as doors and windows must be at least 4% of the occupied floor area.

Ceiling Ventilation

Ceilings have a minimum height requirement in order for proper ventilation to occur. Higher ceilings allow for more efficient ventilation.

According to California Building Code 1208.2, all areas of living space such as occupiable spaces, habitable spaces and corridors should not have a ceiling height of any less than 7 feet 6 inches (2286 mm) high.

Although, bathrooms, toilette rooms, storage rooms, and laundry rooms can have ceilings as low as 7 feet (2134 mm) high.

If a room is located directly under a roof that is sloping, at least half of the roof must meet the minimum height requirement. Additionally, the sloping roof may never reach lower than 5 feet high relative to the room’s floor. You can find additional information online or an experienced lawyers can help as well.

Underground Ventilation

The California building code states that all underfloor areas of a home must be aired by openings in the exterior foundation walls in order to allow proper air ventilation.

The open areas of space within the foundation walls must be at least as large as 1 square foot for every 150 feet of underfloor space.

Attic Ventilation

Generally, attics must either have a minimum of .5 to 1 square feet of ventilation openings for every 150 square feet of floor space.

Specifics are regulated by the areas of location. A local expert near you can provide you with specific details regarding your homes attic ventilation requirements.

These Are Just Some of the Ventilation Requirements for Homes in California

The list of air ventilation regulations provided above are only a portion of California Building Codes.

These codes are always changing and being updated. Always be sure to go over the details of your own home with professional contractors near you in order to find out your specific requirements. Are you located in or around LA County? Our master craftsmen are popular for providing some of the best home remodeling Los Angeles has to offer. We can answer any questions you have involved with construction.