With many jobs moving remote during the pandemic, working from home is the new normal. If you have been considering converting your garage into a more functional space, using it as a home office may be the best move. Depending on the size of your garage, you can either fully convert your garage into an office, or you can have the option to still park a car in your garage as well.
When renovating your garage, something you should take into consideration is whether or not you want your garage to have windows. Adding windows to the garage can have many benefits, especially if you plan to use your garage for more than just storage.
When your garage is piled high with storage, it can feel like an overwhelming task to start organizing it. While using a garage for extra storage may have started with the intention of keeping it organized and maintained, over time it becomes a place to store junk rather than valued home items.
Along with storing vehicles, the garage is mainly used as a storage space for all your extra household items that you don’t want in your home. Because it’s used for storage, items tend to build up over time, causing the garage to become overcrowded and very cluttered. Many people have so much junk in their garage, they can’t even use it for its core purpose: storing vehicles.
May is Garage Improvement Month. It's also the time of year when spring cleaning is underway and a cluttered garage can be a major headache for some. The garage is usually the largest room in a home with the most under-utilized space. It often lacks visual appeal. Why is that?
Moving into a forever home is as pure an example of putting down roots as it gets. “Forever” is a powerful word, so buying or building the place you plan to live in for the rest of your life is one of the biggest decisions anyone will ever make.
Is your home still “a work in progress”? One impactful way to get you a little closer to the finish line with your home’s design and completion is to finally take care of that unfinished garage.
Minimalism is in.
In this challenging time, the health and safety of our families are of great importance. With health clubs and fitness centers closed or operating at a limited capacity, you may not need another reason to invest in a garage home gym. But here are 13 reasons you should have a dedicated workout space in your home.
Your home garage provides room for parking vehicles and organized storage. Some people use it as a hobby space or a home gym. A home garage should be able to do all of these things. Does yours? Unfortunately, excess clutter in many unfinished garages makes this impossible. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to improve your home in some way, start with transforming your garage. According to a Wall Street Journal survey, only 11% of homeowners don’t want to improve their garage in some way. Owning a home with an organized garage is something most homeowners want. They just never get around to making it happen. Begin the new year by getting organized, starting with your garage. Here are several ways to transform your garage into a usable space that you can be proud of.