Many homeowners don’t – or can’t – park their vehicles in their garage. If you’ve found yourself with a garage that you don’t use, why not convert it into a space that’s fun for the whole family?
Most remodeled garages have the door removed in favor of a wall so that the new space can be used as a room rather than a storage area. The nice thing about converting your garage is that you can treat it like a home addition, and the possibilities are endless! You may want to use your old garage as a:
Almost any garage conversion will require that you transform your unconditioned garage into a conditioned space. A conditioned space will make the room more comfortable by adding insulation, heat, and maybe some plumbing. Converting the space will affect your home’s property taxes, but it can also add desireable equity to your house. A firm budget, an ideal timeline, and a professional assessment can help you turn a common garage into a surprisingly pleasant home addition.
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You found your dream home. Sure, it needs some work, but you’re willing to spend the time and money it takes to turn your fixer-upper into the home you’ve always wanted. Before you start picking out paint samples and flooring, however, you’ll need to decide how you want to tackle your remodeling project. Should I remodel while living…
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