Monday, January 10, 2022

Building a garage

One of the things my home has lacked since day 1 is a garage. Many other Eastwood property owners  have a garage that was built after the land was developed back in the early 1900's.

But, alas, mine did not. 

What it did come with, was a semi-functional eyesore that was utilitarian in some respects. But, it wasn't a structure. And, it was plagued by cockroaches, wasps and spiders. It also threatened to whoosh off into the power lines whenever a windy thunderstorm blew through.

I'd already done a lot of the initial demolition legwork by disposing of 16 tons of concrete. That provided a few years of backyard peace in the interim.

and then I found Rod Frego, formerly of Reid Construction, now aka Custum Barns and Garages. Incredible. The man is spectacular to work with.

So our eyesore has been replaced with this looker:


1 comment:

  1. This house originally did have a garage in the back but after my grandmother passed in 1999 or 2000, me, my brother and 2 cousins demolished it as it was in poor condition.