A garage can be an impressive and functional addition to your house. With that said, there’s plenty to think about before signing off on a garage construction project.
Early on, you’ll have to plan out the ideal garage style for your house; whether it will be freestanding or attached.
Next, considering the space you’ll have to work with, choose whether you want the garage to include living spaces, bathrooms or workshop areas.
After that, it’s time to make the garage match your home’s exterior, in terms of its siding, roofing and doors. A garage with an incompatible style could hurt the house’s curb appeal.
When it’s time to find funds for a new addition, consider refinancing your existing mortgage. Speak to a First Centennial Mortgage loan officer to learn more.