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Garage Renovation Ideas?
04-16-2019, 01:17 AM
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Volkswagen Garage Renovation Ideas?
I couldn't find a subforum on garage renovation here, so posting here.
I have a garage at home. it's not attached to the main building, It's a separate outbuilding. It's a large and spacious garage, we park our vehicles and store tools, equipment, old pieces of furniture and some other junk stuff in the garage.

Since we throw all the junks in the garage now it's a mess! So, I want to make some changes in the garage. The garage we have is not spacious enough to accommodate all the stuff. Actually, we renovated our house 2 months ago. So the faded walls of the garage ruin the look of the entire house. The renovation will start next week. We'll have to shift our vehicles and all the other stuff in the garage to a storage facility.

One storage facility I found that is near my house and fits my budget is this one:
If you have any other suggestions please let me know.
Also please share some garage renovation ideas suitable for a contemporary house.

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11-10-2020, 08:26 PM
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RE: Garage Renovation Ideas?
Lounge area in a corner with a woodburning stove, drink fridge, TV, computer with internet and printer, bookshelves for manuals.
Attic or mezzanine floor with shelves for storage and hoist for lifting heavy items.

Create bays for "fire" and "mess" where you can grind and weld, or do woodworking, sandblasting, and painting, without affecting the rest of the shop.
Run safe air lines inside and outside, with moisture traps and filters by each outlet.
Paint or coat the floor to make it easier to clean up spills.
Take the time to paint walls and ceilings.
Plenty of LED lighting.

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