ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Architect Donald J. Berg, the author of many books on historic architecture, has just published a Web site about some of today's most popular buildings. It's called aBetterGarage.com, and it's an extensive directory of garage building plans, kits, products and services.
"If you're thinking of building a new garage or workshop, the new Web site should be a helpful tool and a good place to start your planning," says Berg,
Find the perfect new garage, carport, RV shelter, car barn, steel garage, carriage house, garage apartment or workshop. Compare hundreds of designs, construction plans and building kits from top US and Canadian designers and manufacturers, or create plans for just the garage you need with simple-to-use software.
Find a qualified contractor in your area, or save cost by building your own garage from an easy-to-assemble kit or with do-it-yourself plans and step-by-step instructions.
Finish your garage, new or old, with elegant carriage-house doors, a pretty cupola and a fanciful weathervane. Find building loans, guidebooks, expert advice, workshop furniture and space-saving garage storage ideas.
Turn on your computer, visit www.aBetterGarage.com, and get started on your new garage today.
Donald Berg is a member of the American Institute of Architects. His fifteen books on American building and landscape design include the new book American Country Building Design, available this March, from Sterling Publishing.
His designs, articles and interviews have appeared on HGTV and in Home Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Traditional Building Magazine, Country Life, The Old-House Journal, Family Handyman and many other publications.
Help for Garage Builders
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