If you have spent any time around older folks, you may have heard of a radio show from way back in the day called Fibber McGee and Molly. Fibber had a hall closet that he stored everything in and when the door was opened an avalanche of items fell out. Anyone who lives with a minimal amount of storage space can certainly sympathize with this situation. Just where can you go with all of your stuff? This two-car garage plan that is right up your alley or maybe just behind the house. Not only is there space to house two autos and a workbench for all those projects that you can’t do without one, there is a loft with 485 square feet of storage. Organize all of that extra clutter that has nowhere else to go. If you miss Fibber’s closet, don’t worry, there’s one included with this garage loft plan right next to the workbench.
Check out this multi-purpose outbuilding plan. With its drive-thru garage bay, it is ideal for RV or boat storage and eliminates the hassle of backing your RV or boat and trailer out of the garage. The drive-thru features is convenient and safe while a vaulted 15’ ceiling and oversized garage door easily accommodate your needs. Two enclosed storage spaces provide plenty of room for storing camping and fishing gear as well as tools or lawn and garden supplies. Don’t miss the open shed area that delivers ample of room for storing large or bulky items that you need to protect from the elements. Add value to your property and that much needed storage space with this drive-thru, RV garage plan.
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Need to protect your boat and the family cars from the elements? Ideal for fishermen and boating enthusiasts, this featured detached garage plan may be the perfect solution. Offering 896 square feet of sheltered parking space, this 3-car garage delivers two standard bays for the family cars and an extra deep bay for storing your boat and/or trailer. Three overhead garage doors, two covered service entries, and a 12’ ceiling are sure to surprise you. Furthermore, the exterior is just as appealing as the interior offering a façade that will neatly blend with many Craftsman homes and even some European designs. Click here to check out this featured two-car garage plan with attached boat storage bay to view floor plans and extra details.
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Check out this basic two-car garage plan measuring 22’ X 24’ with a 17’ X 7’ overhead door. That’s enough space for two cars plus a workbench or small storage space. Finally, the garage offers 8’ ceilings and windows for natural lighting. Those are just the basics. But let’s think outside the box, or for that matter, the garage, for just a minute. This detached garage plan provides 528 square feet accessed by not only a back door but that spacious overhead door in front. What a great way to haul projects in and out of a woodshop or art studio. Or, how about the ultimate garden shed with room enough for shovels, hoes, tiller, lawn mower and even a tractor? There’s room for a garage band to practice and to back in the van to load up equipment. Maybe going out to the gym doesn’t have to be any further than your own gym that opens up to view the great outdoors on sunny days. What about a meeting space with plenty of room for working on projects for your children’s scout troop? Or maybe you just get tired of hauling things up and downstairs to the basement and would enjoy some extra, easily accessed storage space? For whatever activities or storage space that you find lacking in your home, consider this basic two-car garage plan to accommodate your needs.
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With a simple and conservative design, this two-car carport satisfies not only parking needs, but it can be utilized for a variety of other uses. Being supported by six 6’’ posts, this carport is sturdy enough to protect vehicles from the elements, eliminating that voice in the back of your head asking if you remembered to roll up your windows. In addition to cars, the shelter can also be used to protect other motorized vehicles or machinery, such as farm equipment, which are often subjected to nasty weather conditions because of limited garage or storage space. Going beyond vehicles, this carport is capable of serving as a pavilion, providing an environment in which barbeques, celebrations, and gatherings can continue despite what Mother Nature has planned. To view more designs like this one, please browse our collection of carport plans.