After they’ve been installed, shiny new metal garages immediately look lovely. To make them seem fantastic, however, will not cost you a lot of money.
As opposed to the uninviting metal garages of the past, modern designs look excellent right out of the box, and there are numerous ways to dramatically and inexpensively increase the curb appeal of your gorgeous new metal garage.
In addition to providing vehicle, RV, boat, and workstation security, metal garages also provide adequate storage space and are affordable for most individuals. Materials and certificates comply with all state standards.
How To Decorate Your Metal Garage Building?
It is time to complete your metal garages now that you have taken the time to install it correctly! Even if you don’t know where or how to begin, we’ll show you how to finish your garage’s inside.
For more information on completing the interior of your metal structure, see our comprehensive guide.
It is possible to enhance the appearance of your metal garage by installing outside lighting.
You can make your roll-up garage door look more like a wooden garage door by coloring it using gel stain. Depending on the color of your garage and other adjacent structures (such as your house), make sure to pick the correct gel stain color, and you may want to consider painting the door a neutral color first before gel staining.
Important things may be stored in metal garages, but they might be unattractive when left unfinished. Adding drywall to the steel frame is an excellent method to improve your space. A more regular, contemporary, and less spooky atmosphere will result.
You’ll also want to utilize insulation during drywalling. Be sure to complete your homework so that you can learn how to install drywall from scratch correctly.
It is especially true if the garage is made of metal. As an add-on, Alpha Structures provides lean-tos that will perfectly complement your new metal building.
Paint The Walls
It’s time to paint the drywall now that it’s up. White walls can be repetitive and dull, and they are easy to become dirty. Thus they are not recommended.
Coat the Floor
As well as improving the appearance, adding a floor coating to your garage will also increase the life of the floor. As a result, your investment in a second garage will be protected for 10 to 20 years with epoxy coating.
There are several advantages to using epoxy floor coatings:
- Using a hose, it’s easy to clean the flat surface.
- The floor is more resistant to stains and water than most other flooring materials.
- With this extra layer, you can reduce the amount of damage done to the floor.
- You can use it if you operate with chemicals.
It is also possible to improve the exterior appeal of your new metal garage by adding landscaping. Consider flowers, trees, stones, shrubs, grass, and lawn décor based on the size of your yard and where you reside.
Exterior Stone Siding
Exterior wainscotting may be replaced with stone siding or wainscoting to give your metal garage an entirely new appearance and feel. Consider altering the color of your siding for a similar impact if you’re on a tighter budget.
Consider adding shelving units or even entire cabinets in your garage to maximize the number of goods you can store. Spaces that are strangely shaped can be marked off, or place the extra shelves in corners to maximize their usage. As a result of installing countertops, you’ll have additional space to work in your extra garage.
Add Soffit and Fascia
Both fascia and soffit are techniques to give your metal garage a more polished and sophisticated appeal by adding architectural inventiveness to the edge of its roof. Because the installer measures your metal garage’s overhangs, they will be able to provide the exact dimensions so you may choose the right type and form of soffit panels and fascia.
Decorate Garage Interior
The metal garage inside is now complete, and it’s time to decorate and furnish it. Decorate your new wall with photographs or your favorite race team’s flag to make it seem just perfect. No matter what, you should at the very least bookmark our blog so that you may continue to get building tips and garage hacks in the future!
Use Solar Panels
Install solar panels on your metal garage to save on utility costs and reduce your carbon impact.
Use Custom Windows
Metal garages with custom windows, walk-in doors, and roll-up doors have a lot of curb appeal to them. Alpha Structures can modify the cutout to meet your needs once you’ve decided on the size of the windows or doors you desire.
You may make your metal garage appear more hospitable by adding shutters to the exterior. Shutters and bespoke windows offer your garage an artistic flair, whether you use it for auto storage or as a workshop.
Frame Out Dutch Corners
If you want to add a pleasant aesthetic touch to your new metal garage with 45-degree angle cuts, Alpha Structures can assist you in developing and implementing this design.
You should also keep the area clean and well-maintained by weeding, cleaning, and mowing the lawn, as well as keeping pathways and walks clear. With the correct methods, metal garages or metal carports may significantly enhance the appearance of your house, and they don’t have to break the bank.