Sunday, February 24, 2013

Double Wide Garages - Different Types

Nowadays, most manufacturers offer double wide garages in a 24’x24’ scale. It is a good improvement from the former 20’x20’. With the advent of vehicles getting bulkier, you can always opt for the former. Unless, of course, if you really wish to keep things as minimal as possible then the latter wouldn't be much of a stress to ask for as they aren't exactly phased out for that matter.
A double wide garage can have a whole lot of additions and subtractions to it. It all depends on what you’re leaning to get at. You can always ask your local manufacturer for whatever specifications you have; what things you would prefer to be included or excluded in the overall design of your very own double wide garage.
Ultimately, you must always make sure that you abide by the rules and regulations set by local construction mandates. After all, the worst way to turn the other cheek is getting a huge and stinging slap from the other.
There are also different types of double wide garages that you can choose from. There’s the simplistic double wide garage that allows only enough space for you to park your cars. Then, there’s the 7-pitch double wide garage that provides a good enough vertical extension inside. Third, there’s the two-story double wide garage that presents enough space at the top for a good enough second story. While recently, mega garages – essentially, double wide garages that are spacious enough to convert into a three-car housing space – have been earning quite the clout for a spacious second floor that you can do a whole lot of things with. A good thing to do before you send in your order is to talk to the manufacturer of your choosing, and perhaps tell them about specifications you’d want for your very own double wide garage to sport. That way, you can have your own garage have its own personality and fit perfectly alongside your own house’s and property’s exteriors.

All that’s left for you to do is to determine how much you’re willing to shell out for and what use you would have your own double wide garage serve.  

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