Home renovation can be an incredibly daunting task for any homeowner. Not knowing where to start, what tools will be needed and what the timeline will be are some of the reasons it often takes years to make the decision to renovate, despite the value it could add to your home. Whether you’re thinking of renovating your garage to create more space for vehicles or tools or incorporating it into your home as a bedroom or living space, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself before you begin.
If you’ve been in desperate need of storage for holiday decorations, seasonal clothing items or tools and appliances, you might not need a huge renovation to create space. The addition of shelving or cabinets might be all that is needed to add a ton of storage to your home. If you’re currently using the garage as a workshop or play area, an aesthetic fix such as epoxy floors or a fresh coat of paint might make the space more functional.
Insulation and Windows
If you’re looking to turn your garage into an additional room in your home, you might need to update the insulation, cooling and heating or even windows. Chances are there are no air conditioning vents in your garage at the moment, which could make it unbearable in the summer. Weatherproofing your garage to transform it into a livable addition to your home can add tons of square footage. You’ll likely still need to make the aesthetic changes above to make it flow with the rest of your home, but you’ll increase your home’s value exponentially with this extra space.
Maybe you don’t have enough space to park your vehicles, lawn mower or bicycles. While this will require limited renovation, it will require …Read More