Garage Building: The Garage Pros Process

Building a new garage is a large project, but will add function and value to your property. Whether it’s attached or detached from your home, there are a lot of things to consider before and during the building process.  Garage Pros in Winnipeg is here to help. They share their process when you decide to build a garage: 

Step 1: Demolition

If you have an old garage on the building site, the first step of building a new garage is the demolition stage. The contractors at Garage Pros come prepared with all the equipment necessary to quickly and safely demolish your current garage. Once this is complete, or if the space was already vacant, ground preparation happens next.

Step 2: Ground Preparation

Ground preparation is when the ground is properly leveled. A properly excavated and level surface will ensure the concrete pad installation goes smoothly, and that the foundation of your structure is sound. Like most construction projects, taking the time to properly prepare the site is essential.

Step 3: Concrete Work

Concrete is a common material used for the base of the garage. Concrete is strong, durable, and weather-resistant. It comes in a range of finishes and is the most common and best choice for your garage’s foundation and floor. At this time, you might choose to install a new concrete driveway or walkways to the garage to match the concrete pad. If your garage will become a workshop, you might choose to enhance your concrete with an epoxy garage floor coating. 

Step 4: Framing and Siding

The garage will begin to take shape once it’s framed. After that, you’ll be able to choose what siding you want for your garage. Whether it be stucco, horizontal or vertical siding, or any other option you want, the experts at Garage Pros can get it done. Most people choose a cladding for their garage that matches their home. 

Step 5: Electrical

Before you close the walls, you’ll be able to install the electrical aspects of your garage. This includes the system for the garage door, lighting, or any electrical outlets you may require in the space. Once this is complete, the walls can be drywalled, and aluminum can be installed. Some homeowners might choose to leave the garage’s interior unfinished. If you will be heating the garage, you’ll need to have the walls insulated and finished.

Step 6: Aluminum Capping

Aluminum capping is the next step in your garage building process. This is the step where aluminum is installed over the frame of your garage. It ties the overall look of the garage together, adds durability, and comes in a variety of colours. 

Step 7: Interior Details

Moving inside your garage, the final step is finishing the interior. This could mean building custom storage, shelving, or a personal work bench. Garage Pros can offer a range of garage storage solutions to make your space work for you. If your garage will be heated, talk to them about that in the design process. 

Garage Builders in Winnipeg

A division of Mar-Bill Construction, Garage Pros have been building garages in Winnipeg and rural Manitoba since 1988. They offer new garage builds as well as upgrades your existing garage. If you need a new garage or a garage repair, Garage Pros can take care of your entire project.

Contact Garage Pros today!

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