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Fewer people are parking in their garage than ever before. The reasons for this are numerous. Not the least of which is the fact that today’s families simply have bigger cars and more stuff.
As a last resort, families are using their garages as storage sheds, rather than for parking their cars.
Hindsight is 20/20… I would encourage you to plan now — in the design phase — so you don’t find yourself second-guessing your new home’s design later.
Building A New Garage?
Here are some garage tips that might come in handy when designing your garage bays, choosing your garage doors & openers, and laying out the storage space in your new home — both inside and outside.
One thing’s for sure: You want to be able to accommodate your families growing needs. By including adequate space in your new garage, you could alleviate a lot of headaches later!
Facts About Garages In Homes Today & Related Housing Trends
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