@chienfou If cars were the only thing in it, two would fit. But I have a six-head screen press, a 30" width belt-feed shirt oven, drying racks for the stickers that I don’t print anymore, the steel-plate-topped workbench from my old shop, a 22"-throat guillotine paper cutter, a screen exposure unit, most of my old mechanic shop tools, a Shopsmith setup, two welders, and a bunch of other crap in there. A fire marshal would have shit fits, but as I have no employees, it’s up to me to make myself safe.
@chienfou@werehatrack that does sound like a lot of stuff. I think Dad’s was technically a two car garage but it had a lot of depth. Plus some side room. Open rafters. You could really get a ton of stuff in there.
Garages didn’t used to be built the same/just to fit the cars
@ircon96 My carport dropped about 6 or 8 inches in 2010 when got 44 inches of snow in 5 days. It wasn’t until the next morning that I thought to call my insurance company. The new one is twice as strong!
When I receive packages of a certain size through the USPS at my condominium they’re put in the locked box below the mailbox. When I track these packages USPS tracking tells me it’s in the garage! Not one time have they been wrong, so apparently they call that my garage!
Unfortunately, that’s the ONLY kind of garage I have until one becomes available that’s large enough to fit my vehicle!