3 Things to Take Care of Before Renovating Your Garage

These days, garages can be used for many different things not just parking your car. Sure, if you have a
car, having a garage can be to keep it in is ideal but if you don't want to use it to store your car, or you
don't have one, that doesn't mean it is just wasted space.

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There are so many possibilities when it comes to utilising the extra space a garage can afford you. From
using it as office space, a storage room or even a man/woman cave. The choice is up to you should you
wish to transform it into something that can complement your home and work for you.


But before you decide on how to renovate your garage and transform it, there are a few things you
should make sure you look at first to keep your space in the best condition it can be. This will make sure
all your hard work in transforming your garage isn't going to be ruined because you overlooked some
essential areas!

Roof.

It makes sense to start at the very top when it comes to renovating. Imagine kitting out your garage and having it looking exactly how you want it only to discover you have a leak from your roof and one
downpour has destroyed everything you have created.


It's not a nice thought is it, so make sure you check your garage roof before you start any other work and
make sure it is in good condition and watertight.

Flooring.

Before you start hauling in new furniture and fittings, but after redecorating, of course. you want to pay
some attention to the floor of your garage. Check out this epoxy preparation guide on how to give the
flooring of your garage the best durable coating to keep it in the best condition it can be for years to
come.


Once you have this taken care of, then you can start to think about how you are going to furnish the
flooring, eg if it going to be an office you may want to add in rugs or laminate flooring to give it more of
an indoor feel!

Walls.

Prep your walls after your roof to make sure it is strong enough to withhold any shelving and storage you
wish to attach to it and so you can decorate it to your taste. This goes for the outside too. You also
need your walls to be watertight as well as the roof and depending on the materials used to construct the
garage, this can be done in many different ways.
You may also want to consider adding in soundproofing too depending on what you are going to use the
garage for.

Once you have taken care of the garage structure itself, then you are in a better
position to carry out your cosmetic makeover and transform your garage into a
space you want to spend time whether that is for business or pleasure.

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