Every now and then it’s ok to asses the look and feel of your garage. It is one of the most used places in the house and an area we store some of our most valuable belongings. What you once thought looked nice and worked well might not be working for you today. So hey, let’s get those tools out and get to work. This is everything you need to know from Pacific Experts to give your garage that face lift it deserves.
It’s time to upgrade those old lights you have on the inside and outside of your garage. Thankfully, there are so many styles and brands these days so have fun shopping around for what looks best. Go for bright lights that allow you to see it all while in the garage and consider the climate you live in. Match the lighting fixture to the lowest temperature in your garage.
Cracks often develop on your garage floor due to temperature changes. The floor shrinks and expands which leads to cracking. Luckily, there is a solution to this problem and one that will certainly give your garage a face lift. If you have time and money, consider hiring a professional to get the job done. Of course, you can always go the DIY route and resurface with a new coat of epoxy.
Update the Garage Door
Do some homework and discover which look you love the most. With so many designs and styles out there, this might be a daunting task. Nonetheless, a new garage door will transform the entire home and really give you that newly improved garage feeling you’ve been looking for. To keep this project cost down, consider adding handles or straps while still keeping the same garage door.
What better way to remove clutter than with cabinets? This is one of the easiest ways to create more space in your garage. Shop online or in stores for a look you love.
Most people don’t know that you can add insulation to your garage to keep the temperatures at bay. If you live in a cooler climate with low temperatures during the winter months, insulation in your garage will help you from freezing to death when you come in and out of your car.
Install a New Door
We’ve already mentioned updating your garage door, but why not update the door that leads to your home? Add a fresh coat of paint, new knobs, or replace the door to transform the space.