Wouldn’t it be great to have a new shed on your property? What about a small garage to house your tractor? Maybe you need a place to keep your tools. Whether building a shed or adding a new small garage, you should consider adding an overhead garage door.
When you purchase your home, it seems as though it will be all you’ll need. However, as time goes on, it doesn’t take long for all that extra space to fill up. A growing family, a new hobby or the accumulation of belongings over the years can lead you to the decision that you need more room. As you consider your options, think about what a second floor over your garage could do for you.
Are you having trouble with garage drafts? Experiencing problems with keeping the temperature where you want? If the garage door is closed and these issues are present, make sure the window is closed. If that doesn't help, your weatherstripping could be to blame.
Nothing can be more catastrophic to your home than experiencing a fire. While fires seem to be rare and a low probability scenario, you'd be surprised at how many homes are damaged each year due to accidental fires.
After years of planning, you’re finally entering the initial phases of breaking ground for your new house. One of the most exciting elements of this project is the detached garage you’ve been planning to use as a football shrine and game-viewing area.
You would be hard-pressed to find a man that didn’t want to convert his garage into a bar. Whether it’s a private, small bar, or a full-on sports bar where rowdy friends can come watch the game, it’s an admirable goal.