When you start considering which garage might be best for you, we first recommend assessing your essential needs:
– How many cars are you going to keep in your garage all the time?
– Do you plan to store extra items in the garage?
After all, if you have only one car in your family, building a double garage usually doesn’t make sense. However, if the garage will serve you as a storage space as well, the installation of a larger option could make much more sense.
Single wooden garages
We can consider this type of garage to be the most common option on the construction market, providing comprehensive protection for one car at any time of the year. The aim when building this type of garage is usually to reduce the space to the maximum, making this car protection option cheaper.
Single garages with storage
A particularly common mistake is the belief that you can store larger items used in a particular season in a single garage with your car. The truth is, if you intend to store more than just a car in the garage, it should only be installed with a built-in storage room. This way you will have enough space to store your belongings and maintain order, which is especially important in the case of a single garage.
Single garages with porches
When a garage with a porch is installed, larger items are usually stored underneath, making it extremely difficult to maintain order in the yard. For this reason, we recommend planning a special place for storing things inside the garage. A garage with a porch is better to choose if you have two cars in the family or relatives often visit you.
Double wooden garages
This type is most recommended when you have two or more cars in your family. A larger garage can also become a storage place for less frequently used items, such as a lawnmower, or additional vehicles.