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How do you do electrical, plumbing, and HVAC?
Zoning Ordinances, building permits and covenants, how does it work?
They are categorized as an addition, no special exceptions needed.
Does it connect to the existing house or is it completely disconnected?
Linked Living™ home additions can be built as connected additions and also as detached units although zoning may restrict options for certain properties. Contact us to find out what’s allowed on your property.
Where do you build the Linked Living™ home additions?
What is the normal payment plan for a Linked Living™ home addition?
Linked Living™ home additions can be paid in cash or with a mortgage. You are free to use whatever lending organization you prefer to work with. Contact us if you would like to work with a lender that is already familiar with our product.
I like the idea of moving my parents into my home but am not sure that I can provide them with the medical assistance they need, what do you recommend?
How big is the Linked Living™ home addition?
Linked Living™ home additions vary in size from 140SF to 700SF
I think our backyard is too small, will it fit and be allowed?
Different cities and municipalities have different requirements. However, we have found that most often they do fit. Many individuals have been surprised that Linked Living™ home additions fit and are allowed in their seemingly smaller backyard. If you’re concerned about your own lot, contact us. We’ll do the math and let you know.
What happens if I want to remove the Linked Living™ home addition in 20 years when my parents are no longer around?
Is the addition set on a concrete foundation?
Can the addition be remodeled back to original condition if the addition is removed?
Yes, under normal conditions this can be done. We consider this an essential part of the removability aspect of Linked Living Homes.
Does a Linked Living Home come with a kitchen?
There are options with kitchens, kitchenettes, and also no kitchen at all. It all depends on what you want and if you plan to share the kitchen in the existing house.
How is it heated?
There are different options available for heating and cooling. Options include but are not limited to split mini heat pumps, gas fireplace, electric heat, & AC units. Contact us to learn more about the pros and cons of each option.