If you’ve finally reached your dream of living in a vacation home on the water, you want to make sure your home is as perfect as possible. You artfully built your firepit and stained your deck the perfect shade, looking out to the lake, river, or ocean. Now, the only thing left is to tackle the old boathouse.
What causes people to want to makeover their homes? A variety of things can lead to a complete makeover – damage to the original elements, a big bonus, maybe even a midlife crisis. Sometimes it happens when the home is going up for sale. And other instances – it was just that time.
Is it about time you changed out your commercial garage door? Maybe you've never bought one before, and you are looking for information. No matter what your needs, there are a few things to know before you make a purchase.
The way that you heat your garage is different than the way that you heat your home. Whether you’re looking to add heat for the 1st time or considering an upgrade to your existing system, you still have a lot of different options to keep your garage useable all year long.
Have you thought about some of the other ways that you could start using your garage, particularly during the summer months? Perhaps you keep the car in the garage over the winter to help protect it from the elements, and maybe you have some tools and other items stored in the garage right now. However, there are plenty of fun ways that you can use the garage through the summer, turning it into another room of the house. The following are just some of the ways that you can do this.
Moving is no one’s idea of a good time. However, it doesn’t have to be quite as much of a hassle as many make it out to be, so long as you are willing to take the time to prepared and get things ready early. A good plan can go a long way in helping to make the move a lot more bearable. For example, what is the last room that most people pack and move? Quite often, it ends up being the garage. What if you were to get the garage in order first? It could help to make the rest of the move easier.
If you’ve recently given your garage a good clean, you’re probably now thinking it’s time for a fresh paint of coat. But, don’t just head out to your local renovation store right away to buy the paint. Take a minute to think about what you’ll need, and how to go about the project.
Is your husband trying to relive his youth by starting a band with his friends? Let me guess… your garage is the only one big enough to fit all their equipment in?! I can picture you rolling your eyes, but before you say no, read this article.
Who doesn’t like pets? I know I do. I also happen to know many people who have a dog, or a cat, or various combinations of the two. One thing’s certain, I’ve seen plenty of garages in my days, and let me tell you something: most garages are a nightmare begging to happen for our four-legged friends. Don’t worry, we get it — between long days at work and quick getaway vacations, everyone needs a little time off from the furry kids sometime. In fact, the garage may be the best option for a pet suffering for SAD — that’s separation anxiety disorder. Look it up, it’s a thing.