I'm planning a garage upgrade and would appreciate comments or hints to make sure I'm on the right track to a good, useable working space.
Plans are to demolish original post and panel garage, have the base removed and relaid lower and larger to fill gap to boudaries and extend into garden. I have bought a good size concrete panel garage and plan to mount these on a 9" block or brick wall to get more interior height. If budget allows, the pitch roof will be insulated box profile roof panels. Around a 2.5-3m insulated roller shutter at one end, upvc windows at other and a upvc personnel door near the window end.
One long wall is shielded by 7' concrete boundary wall, the other side partly by wooden fence and other neighbour's garage.
Basic dims are from the width I'm limited to and the combination of size v length using the panels I have.
Base will be 5m wide x 8m long. Exterior of garage will be 4.3 x 7.95m
Am I on the right track for a warm, condensation-free garage in winter and well ventilated in summer? (Had in mind a small solar powered fan near top of one gable end and vents at the other)
Look forward to your advice, tips, do's and don'ts, your "if I did it again I'd do this" and all that good stuff!
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