Building An Organic ADU In San Diego
Our Building Process
This phase includes working with a drafter to put your dream on paper. We keep an eye on budgets to ensure the lowest costs, stay on top of schedules for timely delivery and work closely with the design team to deliver permits from the city.
Working with trusted subcontractors, we keep them accountable throughout the entire build. From permits to production and quality control, we stay focused on the goal.
The last step in any build. This phase includes site cleanup, systems training, final inspections and move-in coordination. After completion, we have a final walkthrough to ensure your complete satisfaction. We also provide property management services in the San Diego area.
Typical Organic ADU Project Timeline
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Achieve Easy ADU Development In San Diego
Now that you are ready to build an accessory dwelling unit for your home, the next step is to find out if it is feasible.
An accessory dwelling unit or ADU is also known as a granny flat, in-law unit, or detached ADU. It is the answer to San Diego’s affordable housing problem.
It gives your property more space, a source of income, and an increase in value. Connecting with the right company makes the experience of having one easy and affordable.
At Organic ADU, we help San Diego homeowners easily own an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). For several years, building these types of units was not easy.
Since 2016, there were new local and state laws enacted to help build them easily. In 2018, San Diego provided homeowners new permit-ready blueprint guidelines for building them with low fees.
ADU feasibility has become more accessible. And we have helped many clients enjoy the process of their construction now more than ever.
Why Are You Building?
- They are taking care of an elderly family member.
- They have a multigenerational or multi-family living arrangement.
- Adult kids are returning home.
- They need more living space for hobbies or other reasons.
- They want to have a source of rental income.
Choosing A Type Of ADU
Another factor we help our clients envision is the long-term needs they may have with their ADU.
Let’s say you want to build the ADU to take care of a loved one, but your needs changed, and you decide to have a rental property instead. Having a versatile type of ADU constructed in this situation is crucial.
Life is constantly changing. Having flexibility is key in being happy with your unit in the long term.
- Type of ADU;
- Unit size;
- New utility hookups;
- Custom or pre-approved plan;
- Professional fees;
Convenient ADU Services With Organic ADU
Permit And Building Process
- ADU Building Plans Checklist
- ADU Universal Checklist
- Inspection Checklist for ADUs
- Building plans;
- Building permit application;
- ADU property owner declaration;
- Address assignment request;
- Flow data of the nearest hydrant from the water company;
- Fee payment;
- Other applicable items.