There are several methods for an enjoyable garage depending on your climate. Areas with mild summers get away with basic ventilation, but if your summers are hot and muggy, a full-blown air-conditioning unit is the most effective solution. Read More
Sellers know the importance of every room when it’s time to list their home. Buyers go through house listings with a fine-toothed comb. As a result, many sellers go to extreme lengths to create excitement during the sale. From baking cookies to hiring a home stager, everything is placed specifically for buyers to fall in love. Too often, this excitement falls flat when the garage door opens to a forgotten room.
With just a few tweaks, a garage looks and feels like an extra room, surprising home shoppers with the unexpected. The key is to make it warm and inviting with finished flooring, weatherproofing, and proper storage. Take a little time to improve your garage and sell fast with these easy steps:
No one likes waking up early to go to the gym – especially during the middle of winter when mornings are frigid and you have to drive ten or twenty minutes just to get there. But, wait until the evening after work, and the crowds are unavoidable. Thankfully, you have the perfect space for your own home gym – the garage.
One of the biggest reasons homeowners invest in a garage floor coating is to have a clean, organized garage that looks great and can store their car, keeping it clean and protected from weather. Nothing is better than pulling directly into your garage during a storm and avoiding the rain completely! However, many people quickly discover an unexpected downside with their epoxy floor: hot tire pickup.
You’ve gone through the process of buying a home. You’ve researched real estate agents, found the best schools, packed your things and made your offer, and your moving date is quickly approaching. If you have every item on your new-home wish list checked off, but are still wishing you had the perfect garage, now is the time to call the experts at My Gorilla Garage!
If you’re following us on Facebook for project photos and ideas, you probably know that this spring we have applied the My Gorilla Garage floor coating to several backyard patios.
We’ve written before about the many places people choose to have My Gorilla Garage installed because of its durability and the fact that it protects the surface underneath. But why have patios and porches suddenly become so popular?
If you’re anything like us, you’re probably feeling anxious and ready to get back outside and in the garage for projects after a long winter of cold and snow. Unfortunately, this also means you’ll probably have to do some cleaning and organizing in your garage before you can really get started, especially if you parked your car there after big snows.
2017 was an exciting year My Gorilla Garage. We had a great time attending local fairs and events, starting new projects and expanding the My Gorilla Garage Family at our newest location in Sarasota, Florida. We are always ready to take on a new home and adapt to each of our client’s individual personalities and styles! With the new year just around the corner, let’s review some of our favorite trends and projects of 2017:
During the later fall and winter months, we tend to spend less time outside and in our garages because of the cold weather. However, there is no need to put off project or leave your garage as just a storage space because of the weather! Your garage can easily transform into the perfect winter workshop and hang out spot, and even save you time during snow days! Here are a few ways to get the most out of your garage this winter:
One question we are asked more than any other is, “Is My Gorilla Garage just for garage floors?” The short and simple answer is “no,” but as demonstrated in our 1-day process for installation, we like attention to detail. My Gorilla Garage works for a number of spaces, and our experienced technicians will help you decide where it will work best, and make it look great. Here are a few ideas of other areas to use My Gorilla Garage: