For most homeowners, deciding whether to build an attached or detached garage from an Amish shed is simple. After all, no one likes to park their car outside in the elements.
But for others, the decision is not so simple. Some people bite the bullet and have a garage built next to their house but later wish they hadn’t. A detached garage lets you park your car out of sight. What’s more, a detached garage leaves you with extra space in your yard.
Consider a few preliminary points before getting into some of the many benefits of a detached garage built from an Amish shed.
What Is Its Purpose?
Some garages are more than just places to park your car. Many homeowners park their vehicles outside and use their garage space for storage. If you need a place to store all your stuff, you may want to consider a detached garage seriously.
With a detached garage, you won’t be limited to storing your belongings in the same place where you park your car. You can make the garage as big or small as possible and still have room for your old car!
What Are the Comparative Costs?
If you consider using a contractor to build you a detached on-site garage rather than the same contractor to build you an attached garage, please note that our single or two-car detached garages are much less expensive than attached garages. You will come out ahead financially if you compare the cost of one of our prefab garages with the overall cost of having an on-site garage built.
Will It Fit Your Property?
There are as many opinions as car garages out there; however, you need to decide based on what you need. Some homeowners cannot have attached garages because of local zoning issues; others prefer the aesthetics of detached garages over having a monstrosity sticking out of their house like a sore thumb. If you have an extended, narrow property or your house is already close to the property line, an Amish-shed-turned-detached garage is perfect for you.
An attached garage will look out of place if you have an older home. The detached garage is more aesthetically pleasing than trying to make a new garage blend in with your existing house.
The Benefits of a Detached Garage
Going the detached garage route with your Amish shed offers more benefits than an addition to your existing property, such as:
- Flexibility: Are you considering adding a detached garage to your property because you’re running out of storage space or need an extra work and hobby area? An Amish shed is the solution you’re looking for.
- Lower costs and payments: If you haven’t checked out garage kits from your local Amish shed provider, it’s time to visit! Quality materials, modern tools and equipment, and attention to detail add to a more economical building than a manually built garage.
Also, property values are lower for a detached garage.
The most significant difference is the insurance since homeowners’ insurance charges less for detached garages because fire risk is statistically lower. This saves a lot of money!
- More organization: You’ll go from sawdust to peace and quiet in a few hours. Just order a detached garage, and watch our crew take care of the rest as fast as possible on your property.
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Based on our findings above, installing a detached garage is much more accessible across the board than an additional one to your existing property. There are fewer hassles, fewer costs to pay, and more room for the contractor to fulfill your requirements! Just order Amish sheds from legitimate builders, so the quality is top-notch!
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