(818) 703-0232
6520 Platt Ave #115, West Hills, CA 91307

About us

Our company

We know construction inside and out. Our parent company, Levi Design Build, is family owned design and builder. Over the past 20 years have been part of design and building hundreds of commercial and residential projects. We handle design and planning of construction projects on a day to day basis for our homeowner customers. Builder’s trust us and are using our services for their project design and plans. Go with the pros.

Our Mission

We are fully committed to your purchase satisfaction. We help you find a ``ready-made`` plan that fits your needs and provide all the resources you need to build a new ADU. Making the once-expensive, and complex process of designing your ADU simple and affordable. Our plans are functional and customizable, and our service will guide you through the ADU design process, so that you too, can have the ADU of your dreams.



What's an ADU

An accessory dwelling unit, usually just called an ADU, is a secondary housing unit on a single-family residential lot.

  • ADUs are accessory and adjacent to a primary housing unit.
  • ADUs are significantly smaller than the average US house.
  • ADUs tend to be one of two units owned by one owner on a single-family residential lot.
  • ADUs tend to be primarily developed by homeowner developers.
  • A large range of municipal land use and zoning regulations differentiate ADU types and styles, and dramatically affect their allowed uses
  • Vast numbers of informal ADUs exist compared to permitted ADUs.

What are the benefits of ADUs?

  • ADUs are an affordable type of home to construct in California because they do not require paying for land, major new infrastructure or structured parking.
  • ADUs can provide a source of income for homeowners.
  • ADUs allow extended families to be near one another while maintaining privacy.
  • ADUs can provide as much living space as many newly-built apartments and condominiums, and they’re suited well for couples, small families, friends, young people, and seniors.
  • ADUs give homeowners the flexibility to share independent living areas with family members and others, allowing seniors to age in place as they require more care.