There are quite a few companies around here that only specialize in garagesHuh, never heard of someone just doing garages lol
That's interesting. A lot of metal buildings here though
Yes, the door and window companies that I do work for have never been busier., All the homeowners that are working from home saving tons of money on commuting and business related expenses are putting tons of money into their housesSend a bunch of People home and send them more money than they made when they had a job plus give them bigger return checks and stimmy checks and you can bet Johnnie homeowner will add on to his double wide or build a deck. Saw a bunch of it, home depot had 400 people A-day in it during the shutdown, always packed.
Some of them single car garages are crazy tiny. Barely enough room for the car let alone open the door to get in and out.There are quite a few companies around here that only specialize in garages
maybe it has something to do with having a lot of older houses that weren’t originally built with garages or they were built in the 40s-50s with really tiny one car garages
obviously all new homes have garages but there is still a lot of potential for companies to only specializing in new and rebuilding garages
Also there are no metal buildings until you get out in the sticks
Some of them single car garages are crazy tiny. Barely enough room for the car let alone open the door to get in and out.
Funny story about that. There's a model T sized garage on a farm a town or two over. I guess the farmer had a little too much, and decided he could park his tractor in there. Fit in fine, until the stack hut the building and bent.Plenty of room for a Model-T.
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