While garages and carports are relatively simple structures, planning and building them isn't without some potential errors. The results of these mistakes range from mildly annoying to downright dangerous. In this article, we'll cover the most common mistakes made while planning and constructing garages and carports, as well as give you some tips on how to avoid these errors.
Getting home late at night and having to walk from the garage to the house can be a little intimidating, especially if you live in an urban area. While it's not an everyday occurrence, criminals have been known to wait for distracted individuals to hurry past on their way inside. It only makes sense to make every effort during the planning of your new garage to keep yourself and other household members safe.
Due to their large sizes and somewhat awkward shapes, many people who own boats or recreational vehicles keep them in paid storage. While this is a good solution, keeping valuable possessions safe, it's not an inexpensive one.
The cost of a two car garage will vary; according to your local, garage design and size, materials used, and any extras included. Such as a heated garage floor, electronic garage door opener; or the addition of a workspace complete with garage workbench, garage shelving, and storage area.