Two Extraordinary Ways of Garage Improvement
Car Door Guards for Your Walls
As a matter of fact, your garage is a little tight when you park your car(s) in. So when you get out of your car or open your door all the way, you may ding the walls, which will scratch your car.
There are car door guards to prevent your walls from being damaged by your car door. Most car stores offer them or you can get them on Amazon(https://www.amazon.com/).
Three best sellers on Amazon:
√ Best Protection by DOUBLE Thickness
√ Top Grade & Eco-Friendly Material
√ Full Protection & Suitable for Types of Walls
√ Exquisite Surface Design
√ Double Protection by Dual Strip Pack
➜ resistant to fire and water
➜ Ultra Thrickness
➜ Premium Quality
➜ Easy Installation
➜ Widely Use
- 4 ROLLS in a pack
- EXTRA WIDE and EXTRA THICK;
- WHITE color to better blend in with the white walls of your garage;
- REINFORCED ADHESIVE on the back;
- SATISFACTION GUARANTEE;
Make a Garage Bar
None of the other garage improvement ideas are as fun as creating your own bar in your garage. It is vital for friends or family to have a bar in a basement where you can get together and have fun. Go and build a bar by yourself.
Required Tools for this Project
Have the necessary tools for this DIY project lined up before you start—you’ll save time and frustration.
- Air compressor
- Air hose
- Brad nail gun
- Caulk gun
- Cordless drill
- Framing square
- Miter saw
- Orbital sander
- Safety glasses
- Wood glue
Required Materials for this Project
Avoid last-minute shopping trips by having all your materials ready ahead of time. Here’s a list.
- 2 x 4s
- 3/4-in. plywood
- Bar molding
- Beer tap kit
- Construction adhesive
- Drywall screws
- Foam insulation
- Hardwood trim
- Metal drip tray
- stone or wood base
Steps to Build a Bar
1. Layout the Groundwork
Decide where you want to put your bar and measure off of the wall how far you want the bar to come out. After that, darw a layout in a paper.
2. Erecting the Framework
According to the layour you pictured, you need to mark where your "studs" need to go, both the bottom and the top plate.
3. Securing the Framework
You will now need to stand up your frame.
4. Constructing Support Structures
5. Inserting Stabilizers for the Bartop
The next step in creating this bar is to add stabilizers to the top plate to ensure stability in the bar.
6. Install the Bartop
This is the step where all the work comes together to look like a real bar!
7. Install the Trim to the Front
8. Install the Material to the Front Face
With the type of material you chose, measure the dimensions you need to cover the entire front face of the framework.
9. Job Well Done
If you don’t understamd well, you can watch below video.
If you are too lazy to do it yourself, you can call on an professional. There are various types garage improvement company all over the world. For detail you can refer to below website.