How Much Does it Cost to Remodel My Garage?

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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?”.

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And the Winner is…

Donna Gutterman of Raleigh, NC!

After a very intense bag shaking by our son Max, Donna’s card was drawn, winning her a $300 Amazon gift card from Carolina Custom Garages.

We’d like to send out a big Thank you to all of our customers that participated by sending in garage photos and getting involved in social media. We were so pleased with the response that we’ve decided to do this contest on a regular basis, so stay tuned for more chances to win, and show off your garage at the same time.

Congrats Donna!

Garage Photo Contest Winner

Max shows off the winning card for the Carolina Custom Garages $300 Amazon Gift Card drawing.

5 Ways to Convert your Garage (that you probably never thought of)

Garages aren’t just for cars. In fact, many families choose to utilize their garage as an extension of the home, turning it into a useable and livable space. Check out these five examples of ways that garages have been renovated into unbelievable new spaces.

1. A Lounge Area

This garage was turned into a lounge area with comfortable seating and a fireplace. And there was even room left over for storage!

2. A Family play area

Swings, monkey bars and skylights are a child’s dream in this family-friendly garage.

3. A Mid-Century Home Office

Bring your A-list clients home with this executive style garage-turned home office.

4. A Home Gym

Forget the gym membership. This renovated garage leaves no room for excuses for not getting in shape.

5. A Retro Diner

Step back in time with this custom designed garage that was renovated to resemble a 50’s style diner. They even customized the golf cart into a vintage car!

If you were given a blank check, what would you do with your garage? Would you organize it with sleek storage cabinets, custom epoxy floor colors and room for your cars, or go for something wild and leave the cars in the driveway?