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Many property owners have wasted space in their garages that could be used for something wonderful. At Omega Structural, Inc., we want to help you maximize your property value with an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). This is a secondary living space on your property, such as a guest house or mother-in-law suite, that can boost your property value and increase your home's square footage.

An ADU installation requires professional skill, which is where we come in. Our structural engineer will work with you to design the space and take care of all your garage conversion services for you.

Reach out to us today to set up service in Los Angeles, CA.

ADUs come with many benefits

There are so many reasons to invest in an ADU. An ADU installation can give you...

Extra income. You can rent out the space for an additional income stream.
Increased property value. More square footage can boost your property value.
Additional space. It's easy to host guests and family with an on-site ADU.

Get started by scheduling garage conversion services for your property today. You can reach us at 323-373-5964.

An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is a legal and regulatory term for a secondary house or apartment that shares the building lot of a larger, primary house.

An accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, is an additional residential building that occupies the same lot as a primary residence.
Examples of an ADU could be a guest house or a detached garage with a rented apartment above.
The establishment and use of an ADU will fall under different zoning rules and regulations depending on where you live.

Breaking Down Accessory Dwelling Units:

The accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, is also known as an in-law or mother-in-law unit, secondary dwelling unit, granny flat or carriage house. An ADU has its own kitchen, living area, and a separate entrance. An ADU may be attached to a house or garage, or it can also be built as a stand-alone unit, but it generally will make use of the water and energy connections of the primary house.

More recently, zoning changes in a growing number of areas around the country allow for the addition of accessory dwelling units. These zoning laws generally limit the size and style of any new unit and require that the owner live on the property.