A great garage addition will highly depend on how much you’re willing to spend on the project. But for your dream garage to become a reality, you need to work with professional home addition contractors who listen to your needs and specifications. Highland Design and Build shares what you’ll typically find in a well-designed garage space:
Better Design and Orientation
Most garages are designed with the front side facing the street and looking like separate structures from the main house. But if you want your garage to look more than just the ordinary, consider remodeling them according to your home’s exterior. Some of the best-looking garages look more like they’re part of the main house, with some not even facing the street directly. Ideally, a 90-degree offset orientation from your home can be perfect for your garage depending on the design, but a 45-degree orientation will work great as well.