Choosing the right garage for your home can seem like a minefield. Do you choose a single garage, double garage, pent, apex, lean to, or an extra height version? Then there is the choice of materials, which include concrete, stone, timber or brick. Specialists Dencroft Garages are leading experts in creating superb concrete garages and have listed their top five reasons for choosing a sectional concrete garage structure over other types.
Firstly, concrete garages are one of the safest options available on the market, and are regarded as one of the best for storing expensive tools and equipment because of their protection credentials. Concrete has strong chemical properties that make it excellent at withstanding the elements and prevention against damage. In a recent survey undertake by local police forces, they were seen as a large deterrent against thieves and vandalism, because there was no chance of obtaining the items from within.
Secondly, constructing a concrete garage is a very quick process, with most garages completed within one day. Because Dencroft’s concrete garages are made in full length panels, the overall cost is also not as expensive as brick and stone built options, which have longer build times. With concrete garages, the sections are pre-fabricated in Dencroft’s manufacturing warehouse. On site, these panels can be connected extremely quickly and there are minimal problems with alignment issues that you can have with brick garages.
Concrete garages also last a long time. If a concrete garage is maintained well, it could last up to 50 years, which experts believe is longer than the average brick built garage. This could, if you intend to stay in your house for a long time, alter your perception on the overall cost of the garage.
A concrete garage is also very adaptable, with the ability to add on additional sections at a later date. If you decide to expand and make an outside office, need to put in a window or create other rooms for storage space, these can all be done very easily through the panel process. This then enables all concrete garages to be made bespoke and can offer a garage that meets the needs of yourself, your family, work over the period of its life. In addition to storing your car, a concrete garage can be adapted and converted into an office, a gym, storage room, TV room. Lighting, Heating, Flooring, Plumbing and Electricity can all be added to your concrete garage at any point.
A final reason to buy a concrete garage is because they look good. This feature can sometimes be overlooked, but concrete garages can add appeal to your home. They are available in a range of different finishes and at Dencroft they can source the materials and create a specification that compliments both the look of your home and the surrounding environment.
These five reason will hopefully help you decide which garage to choose.
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