We specialize in Accessory Dwelling Units

At TheAduGuys we’ve compiled our years of experience building prefab structures into The Ultimate Guide to ADU’s in California. Accessory Dwelling Units are self-contained, smaller living units that are located on the lot of an existing single-family home. Specific laws and guidelines govern ADU’s, and the laws can vary based on municipality. The Ultimate Guide to ADUs in California.

We believe that building an ADU should be fun and exciting. You shouldn’t have to be the one to deal with confusing obstacles like permitting snafus or ever-changing regulations.

And it’s our responsibility to create exceptional designs; let us show you some examples of conversions we have done for our clients.

Eagle Rock Garage Conversion with an addition totaling 401 sqf ​⁠

We work on Regular ADUS and Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUs). But what’s the difference?

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) have been known by many names: granny flats, in-law units, backyard cottages, secondary units and more. No matter what you call them, ADU’s are an innovative, affordable, effective option for adding much-needed housing in California. HCD is the state’s leader on local ADU ordinances, which — while optional — have grown exponentially in number as more cities, counties, and homeowners become interested in ADU’s as one solution to increasing the supply of affordable housing.

This is a 451.25 qft ADU in the city of Claremont attached to the garage, with a beautiful landscape.

About our work

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We are committed to providing solutions that fulfill the aspirations of our clients. Clients repeatedly come back to us for our high quality structural engineering design services, renowned for analytical creativity and cost-effective solutions. We display some of our work to you.

What are JADUs?

Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUs) are allowed to be created within the walls of a proposed or existing single-family residence and shall contain no more than 500 square feet. JADUs offer additional housing options. 

They may share central systems, contain a basic kitchen utilizing small plug-in appliances, may share a bathroom with the primary dwelling, all to reduce development costs. JADUs present no additional stress on utility services or infrastructure because they simply repurpose existing space within the residence and do not expand the dwelling’s planned occupancy.

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Whether our clients are looking for additional living space, rental income, or a way to make the most efficient use of their property, we are committed to helping them achieve their goals.

We provide consultancy services, give us a call. Tel. (310)-984-9398 or Contact Us: TheAduGuys@gmail.com, and you’ll learn everything you need to know about the ADU process – from planning and permitting to design and construction.