Concrete garages were originally invented as a space to park your car and keep your motor safe from the dangers of the outdoors – whether it be the weather or burglars. However, garages are now being used in different ways, such as a simple storage space or extra living space. But here at Dencroft Garages, we thought we would give you a handful of alternative, functional and interesting uses for your concrete garage.
A lot of home-owners love the thought of a home gym, but the problem is usually down to the fact they don’t have any room – well, clear your garage out and there is your room. You will need to invest in equipment and restructure the walls and floors to support your equipment, but it saves you paying hefty fees at the gym, and you have the privacy everyone dreams of at the gym.
An easy, creative and innovative conversion for your concrete garage is a man cave. The creativity and freedom you have is ridiculous – it’s your man cave so you have whatever you want in it. It doesn’t need to be overly detailed, it can simply be a few chairs, an entertainment system and a pool table. Your man cave is the place you and your friends go for a poker night or to watch the big game – a place to escape!
It may not be as interesting as the previous two, but it is extremely functional. If you work from home, you will get more separation from your work and home life, meaning your folders and files won’t be all over the house. Insulation and security are a must, but other than that, the garage is your oyster!
If you’re looking for a concrete garage to be built at your home, so you can convert it in to one of these creations, be sure to give one of the team a call here at Dencroft Garages on 0800 1182547.