September 23, 2014

Creating a garage in an existing basement room

Creating a garage in an existing basement room

It is not uncommon for those who own homes to run out of storage space. Often times we end up with more belongings than we can store in the space that is currently available. We would like to show you how you can create a garage in an existing basement room to increase your storage capacity. In this example, the homeowner took out his patio door and installed a 6’10” by 6’6” garage door, and included an electric garage door opener.

Rather than using the garage to park their car, this owner uses the new storage space to store their ski-doo and motorcycle, plus other assorted things they need to store.

In order to ensure that their transformation met local home construction standards, they had to re-insulate the walls and ceiling.

Garaga has an unlimited selection of garage door sizes to meet your specification requirements. From the smallest door (4 feet wide by 6 feet high) to the largest (up to 20 feet wide and 24 feet high), they can ensure that, even if you have an RV, you’ll be able to store it in your new garage.

Homeowners like to add personalized finishes, such as windows, to projects in the home, and a garage is no different. In the example we are using here, the owner decided to use a "panoramic" window model that Garaga offers, which is large and provides great viewing outside. If you prefer a more intimate touch, Garaga also offers tinted or satin windows. All Garaga windows are tempered on both sides in order to ensure the security of your home and garage.

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