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Garage Conversion

I moved into a newly constructed home in June of 2013. The garage was sheetrocked only on the walls adjoining the interior walls of the home. I insulated, sheetrocked, taped, and added almost ten gallons of paint to my 26' long X 20' wide by 12' high garage. From there, I built a workbench, added pegboard, and built shelving throughout the garage. I also trimmed out the windows in the garage. My extension ladder and bikes were hung on the walls via a pulley system. Everything now has a place, and I have a very functional garage that is by far the best looking garage in the subdivision.


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