Common garage dimensions have remained all but the thesame since the Ford Model T began the habit behind the automobile nearly 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 bodily produced. There are common parameters that will incite you in planning a supplementary garage or remodeling an existing one. If you have ever scraped your car next door to a garage open frame, you will sympathize behind 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 broad (2.4 meters). You can also get 9-foot-wide doors (2.7 meters), which will lessen the chance of scraping the fenders upon the open 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 customary garage open pinnacle is 7 feet (2.1 meters), but an 8-foot (2.4-meter) pinnacle is also available. You can get a custom pinnacle for an supplementary cost. Doors made for two cars can be as little as 14 feet broad (4.3 meters), but are more commonly 15 or 16 feet broad (4.6 or 4.9 meters). You can also customize your open design for an supplementary cost.