Garage Remodeling Brandon MS

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Home Depot
(601) 825-1427
200 Orleans Way
Brandon, MS
 
herbert boyles
hlb decks and fences
601-214-0836
405 ashridge pl
ridgeland, MS
 
Ready 2 Roof
(601) 573-1160
PO Box 5393
Brandon, MS
 
B & P Roofing & Construction
(601) 992-7277
109 E Lake Dr
Brandon, MS
 
Vida Construction
(601) 668-5247
108 Marcus Underwood St
Brandon, MS
 
Joseph Cockroft
Designer Innovations
601-214-9037
2511 Hwy 471
Brandon, MS
 
Miranda
Dacoda's Flooring
601-519-2373
412 Pine Ridge Rd.
Florence, MS
 
American Gutter Company
(601) 829-4005
133 Dogwood Trl
Brandon, MS
 
Certapro Painters
(601) 842-3758
318 Helmsley Dr
Brandon, MS
 
S & N Painting
(601) 918-3338
450 Overby St Lot #3
Brandon, MS
 

Creative Renovations: Big Changes for Garage Remodeling

Every person has their idea of what the dream garage would look like. Someone wants the ultimate tool bench with all the trimmings, while another wants a clean, organized space so that they don’t have to judge their distance by how close they are to a box of Christmas decorations. Others have completely whimsical and over-the-top ideas of how their garages can become something great.
 
The good news is that you can create an amazing garage renovation project even if you have a small budget. It’s simple to make changes in a space like a garage, and as long as you aren’t in need of professional assistance running utilities, you won’t spend very much at all.

What Can My Garage Become?

 

Your garage can be anything that you want it to be. If you’re looking to find creative ways to use the space, here are some ideas:

 

-Hide utilities and appliances in the garage. Washers, dryers, furnaces, water heaters, and central vacuums are all ideal to be hidden away in the garage where they aren’t taking up space or creating an eyesore in the home.

 

-Use the garage for storage like it is currently used, but make it more organized and neat. Buy shelving units to install on the walls and make sure that everything has a place. Get rid of clutter that you don’t need, and designate areas for every different item, including your car, storage, tools, and a laundry area if you need it.

 

-Go the distance and build an addition upstairs or turn your garage into an addition. You can make a bedroom, a studio apartment to rent out, an entertainment room, or even just an office area out of your existing garage with ease. This will be a bit more expensive, but can be an ongoing project to help reduce costs.

 

-Invest in plastic storage totes that you can see through. These are inexpensive ways to store items, and then you always know where everything is at all times. You won’t have to worry about digging through piles to find your decorations because you’ll know right where they are.

 

-If you want a place for your car still, consider splitting the garage down the middle (if it isn’t a sing...

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