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  • Before you consider adding a garage to your existing property, there are a few things that the homeowner should think about. Do you know exactly why you want the garage? Is it really just for the car or will it get used as a work space too? Are you lacking in indoor space and could you add an extra room over the garage? A new garage is an investment and as such, should be carefully considered before implementation to maximise the value of your home

    As with any other building design, think through all the possible space connotations before instigating the building of your new project. If finances are tight at the moment, but you would like to add to the building later then simply build the shell of the building and basic structure with these later additions in mind and implement them slowly over time as finances allow. You may not be able to have everything you want all at once, but should you sell, the ability of the buyer to finish these upgrades themselves will enhance the value of your property.

    Once you have made a decision as to the use and future use of your intended garage space, have a careful look at your property. Where are you going to put your new garage? Where are the current access points to your property and can they be changed or adapted to meet the needs of the addition to your property? Where is there enough space for the footprint of the garage that you have decided you require? Try not to block sunlight from your home - this will devalue it. If it is possible, consider building onto the south side of your home. Building the garage here will act as another layer of insulation to your home on this coldest, darkest wall. A further advantage of adding onto your existing property as opposed to building an entirely separate structure, means that you can install the bonus of an interconnecting door from your property into the garage. On rainy days (as long as you also install an automatic garage door opener) this means that you can leave your home without encountering a single raindrop.

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