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12 Things to Know About Building an ADU in Los Angeles

Updated: Jul 21, 2020

Article by patch.com





What is a prefabricated Accessory Dwelling Unit??


A prefabricated Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is small house set on a permanent foundation in a backyard of an existing house. The ADU is detached from the primary dwelling and it is built off-site in a factory – so it arrives onsite as a functional house – with plumbing, electrical, appliances, flooring, doors, window roof siding , etc. It is installed on a permanent foundation and connected to existing utilities: gas, electrical, sewer, water provided by the utility providers in Los Angeles. State and local laws do allow garage conversion for an Accessory Dwelling Unit – but most of our clients like to keep their garage for parking, and don't convert their garage into an ADU and instead they choose to build a standalone prefabricated Accessory Dwelling unit What can I use the ADU for in LOS ANGELES?


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