ADU in Building Meaning

The ADU meaning in Building terms is "Accessory Dwelling Units". There are 1 related meanings of the ADU Building abbreviation.

ADU on Building Full Forms

  1. Accessory Dwelling Units An auxiliary dwelling unit (ADU) is a smaller, self-contained residential dwelling unit that is built on the same property as a detached single-family house. Accessory apartments, supplementary suites, and granny flats are all terms used in the United States to describe ADUs. Internal ADUs, extensions to new or existing residences (attached ADUs), or new stand-alone auxiliary structures (or converted parts of existing stand-alone accessory structures) are all examples of ADUs (i.e., detached ADUs).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What does ADU stand for Building?

    ADU stands for Accessory Dwelling Units in Building terms.

  2. What is the shortened form of Accessory Dwelling Units in Building?

    The short form of "Accessory Dwelling Units" is ADU for Building.


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