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Top 10 greatest uses for concrete garages (you would never have dreamt of!)
- Pigeon Loft – On many occasions
sectional buildings are installed for pigeon fanciers! The only problem here
is that most are situated at the bottom of the muddiest allotments you could
find anywhere on earth – not so great when carrying heavy panels across the
- Granny Flat – Poor old granny has, in
times past been subjected to life in a sectional building. Albeit most sons &
daughters will completely board & insulate the building. How this would stand
up to building regulations and planning permissions I wouldn’t like to think,
but I’m sure it must be illegal!
- Good Old Fashioned Car Garage – Only
1 in 5 garages supplied are ever intended to house the family run about. Of
that, nearly half succumb to so much junk and clutter within the first two
years that the car ends up out on the driveway forever.
- Beauty Therapists’ Salon – Many
people start home based businesses today, because renting premises can be so
costly. A recent installation with full planning approval was the shell of
what was to become a successful home beauty business for a young lady with
plenty of drive and ambition.
- Dog Grooming Parlour – This was the
expansion of an already successful small business that required larger
premises. Luckily no dogs were on site that day as one of the garage fitting
team was allergic to poodles!
- Chapel Of Rest – This building was
attached to the wall of the existing funeral parlour. This way an access
door from the original building gained entry to the chapel. The building was
boarded & insulated. Sends shivers up your spine!
- Aircraft Hanger – A young man with a
mission to build a light aircraft and store it when not in use chose a
double garage for his project. Luckily the wings were removable so he
didn’t need to have the building wide enough to house a 747!
- Fire-Station Storeroom – This was
used mainly for Cadets to house their equipment. The building being
manufactured predominantly from concrete means they shouldn’t worry too much
about it catching fire!
- General Junk Room – THE No1
indispensable use of any sectional building. But remember, the bigger the
building you have, the more junk you will hoard!
- Railway Station! – One of our
favourites. An enthusiast with ‘ride-on’ model engines wanted to build a
structure that he could then modify to ride his engines into and use as a work
shed, whilst using the front as a station and platform. Yes, the garage
fitting team did have a ride when they had finished!
These are just some of the things people
are using their
concrete garages and workshops for throughout the UK. There’s probably no
end of uses that this type of quick, easy, and affordable structure can be put
About the Author:
Nucrete Concrete Garages are manufacturers and suppliers of sectional
buildings andworkshops delivering throughout most areas of the United Kingdom.