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When you are needing more space or an indoor area to store your vehicle, adding a garage can be the most logical solution. Despite garages being extremely common features for modern homes, the process of making this addition is often very poorly understood.
Myth: Zoning Laws Do Not Cover Garage Additions
Individuals will often assume that zoning laws will not cover the garages. However, many communities will have fairly strict regulations concerning garages. For example, some communities will limit the percentage of the property that can be occupied by the garage. Additionally, some homeowner associations will have rules in place governing garage additions. Prior to starting this upgrade, time should be invested in reviewing all of the potential regulations and rules.
Myth: A Garage Will Always Dramatically Reduce The Energy Efficiency Of Your Home
Protecting and optimizing the energy efficiency of a home is an important goal for maximizing the comfort of those in the structure while also keeping the energy costs as low as possible. Fortunately, modern garages are extremely energy-efficient. In particular, modern garages are often heavily insulated and sealed as well as possible. The end result will be an addition that has minimal impacts on your home's energy usage. Garage contractors will be able to help you calculate the energy efficiency differences that you can expect when this addition is made.
Myth: It Is Impossible To Effectively Secure A Garage
Securing your new garage will not be as difficult as you might anticipate. A modern garage will have a locking mechanism that allows it to be secured against being opened. Furthermore, the type of glass that you use in the garage door's windows can also impact the security of it. In particular, choosing window glass that is shatter-resistant can prevent individuals from being able to enter by easily breaking out the windows.
Myth: An Added Garage Will Always Have An Extremely Out-Of-Place Appearance
Individuals will often spend a great deal of effort and money in protecting the appearance of their home. This can lead to some homeowners being hesitant about making this addition due to the belief that the new garage will always appear very out of place. Yet, it is possible for a skillful garage contractor to closely match the design and appearance of your home and the new garage. By using similar architectural features and building materials, it can be possible to make the new garage appear as though it has always been a part of the home.
For more information, contact your local custom garage builders for an appointment.