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Custom Garage

 Increase the value of your property with additional space that can be used.

What is a Casita?

A Casita is the Spanish word for a small house. It has also been referred to as a Tiny Home, Next Gen, Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), Backyard Cottage, Guest House, Detached Home Addition or Mother-in-law Suite. These can be attached to the home or a separate detached structure on your property. The "average" size of a casita in Arizona is 650 square feet. It can be smaller or larger depending on the state and municipality approval for your location.

Multiple Uses

The options for a casita's usage are endless.

Here are a few ideas of what you can use the extra space for!

  • Home Office

  • Workout Studio

  • Kid's Play Room

  • Extra Bedroom

  • Game Room

  • Mother-in-law Suite

  • Guest House

  • Pool House

  • Green House

  • Music Studio

  • Custom Garage

  • RV Garage

  • Workshop

  • Hobby Room

  • Storage Shed

Why build with Castle Rock Homes?

Our quality casitas are constructed with ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms). Insulated concrete forms are hollow foam blocks that are stacked into the shape of the exterior walls of a building, reinforced with steel rebar, and then filled with concrete. This building method provides multiple advantages.

  • Lower energy costs due to the energy efficiency built in. (Energy Star Certified)

  • Sound-blocking ability with a STC rating of 51+ - creating a quiet space.

  • Low maintenance due to mold, rot, mildew, and insect resistance.

  • Increased security due to steel reinforced concrete walls.

  • Disaster resistance with a fire rating up to 4-hours and wind resistance exceeding F5 hurricanes and tornadoes.

  • Cost savings with lower insurance premiums.

  • Increased comfort and health benefits of improved air quality with 75% less outside air infiltration.

How do I get Started?

If you are ready to start the process of building your casita please call our office

at (623) 935-5004 or fill out our contact form Click Here

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