Do you have a garage that isn’t being used to its full potential? Maybe it’s a cluttered mess, or a cold empty space that seemingly serves no purpose. Chances are that if you’ve come to these realizations, you’ve also thought, “how much would it cost to remodel my garage?”.
After you’ve scheduled your free garage estimate, there are a handful of things you can do to make the process easier for both you and the company you’re working with.
Where to Start
Take a mental inventory of what’s in your garage. What do you plan to keep? What do you need easy access to and what can be stored away for infrequent use? Are there any obstructions in the garage that we need to work around? Common obstructions are plumbing, electric panels, water heaters, etc.
What is involved in the Free Estimate? Am I obligated to do business with you?
A free estimate never obligates you to do business with us. Our hope is that by meeting with one of our garage experts, you’ll have all of your questions answered and feel 100% confident about hiring us to install your garage project. During your appointment, you’ll have a chance to look at floor and cabinet samples to choose what colors you love. The estimator will measure your space and answer any questions you have about the product or the process. Depending on the complexity of the project, you may get your quote right away and we always do our very best to get the estimate to you the same day.
Do Your Homework
Who are you bringing into your home? Learn about the company that you have invited into your home. Are they licensed, insured? Do they have a good online reputation? Check their various social profiles for testimonials, reviews and job photos. Look into online consumer resources like Angie’s List, Home Advisor, Porch, Houzz, etc. Our website has links to Carolina Custom Garages social profiles for prospective customers to check out.
Doing your due diligence will give you peace of mind and ensure a smooth process!
Resources for Planning the Perfect Garage Space
If you’ve started researching different companies and different options for garage floor coatings in the Charlotte or Raleigh areas, you’re undoubtedly wondering what this type of undertaking is going to cost. One of the challenges with answering this question is there are so many variables when evaluating a garage project which is why it’s recommended to have a professional do a comprehensive estimate to accurately quote you. Oil spots, existing floor coatings and deep, extensive cracks are some of the things that can change the pricing of any system as it will involve more prep time.
Typical Epoxy Cost in North Carolina
That being said, across the industry, a typical 2-car garage floor coating may cost somewhere in the range of $1800-$2300, completely installed. So what is a “typical” 2-car garage? Concrete is in pretty good shape and doesn’t require a ton of prep work like filling extremely large cracks.
What doesn’t change the cost?
- Color you pick
- Adding aggregate to top coat to make it less slippery
- Typical surface prep and patchwork
- Lifetime warranty