Common garage dimensions have remained vis--vis the same back the Ford Model T began the obsession in the manner of the automobile virtually a hundred years ago. The Ts 134-inch length, a little more than 11 feet, is considerably shorter than the average 15-foot length of sedans now instinctive produced. There are common parameters that will incite you in planning a extra garage or remodeling an existing one. If you have ever scraped your car next to a garage log on frame, you will sympathize in the manner of your ancestors, who may have driven even larger cars.
Lets agree to a look at the dimensions of most garage designs in the U.S. today. Width: Single-car doors begin at 8 feet wide (2.4 meters). You can next get 9-foot-wide doors (2.7 meters), which will lessen the unintentional of scraping the fenders on the log on frame. You will sometimes look doors narrower than this in country club developments, but those are usually for golf cart garages; they can be as narrow as 5 feet (1.5 meters). Height: The usual garage log on peak is 7 feet (2.1 meters), but an 8-foot (2.4-meter) peak is next available. You can get a custom peak for an extra cost. Doors made for two cars can be as little as 14 feet wide (4.3 meters), but are more commonly 15 or 16 feet wide (4.6 or 4.9 meters). You can next customize your log on design for an extra cost.