If you have a garage area that you do not need, you can turn it into an alternative housing. A two-car garage can become a suitable apartment for one person or a couple. By using existing spaces you minimize construction costs unlike when building a complete structure. It can also be more convenient to build on a house where the electrical and plumbing would have to be modified alternative.

Instructions

Planning

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Clean the entire area of the garage. Remove all trash and any thing that is not necessary for construction. Barre and shakes the whole interior.

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Contact your local area for information about the placement of the windows, utilities, roof spaces and building permits. You might be asked to deliver a copy of the construction plans for the building permit depending on the local office of your municipality.
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Make a general outline of the interior. It uses an open floor plan to maximize space. This helps minimize the need to build walls because it takes only two bath.

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Design the location of the kitchen and bathroom. Put these two rooms together to reduce the number of tubes you need to water and drainage. Place the bath in a corner to maximize floor space. Make the kitchen with an adjacent bathroom wall.

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Draw your sketch the location of the kitchen with everything you need including stove, refrigerator and dishwasher with your cabinets underneath to cover the pipes and have storage options. Draw the bath and its attachments, such as a shower, bathroom and medicine cabinet.

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Use the floor space planning to the lowest possible storage areas on the walls . Plans to place more stuff on larger attachments. The space above the bathroom, refrigerator and stove can be used to place cabinets.

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Place outlets and facilities in the drawings. You must determine whether the facility or shots need to comply with local regulations and takes some planning required. Draw input and output if there is not a door. Locate emergency exits in the drawings. They may be windows or doors.

Construction

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Build shelves using poles in the walls . Find adjacent joints. Place foam insulation between the studs. Insulating panels positioned between the poles against the outer wall. Cover the surface with panels. Fix the panels with screws. Make the timber shelves 2 by 4 inch (5.08 by 10.16 cm), measured and cut to fit between the posts.

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Performs additional installation to use appliances like refrigerator, water heater, heating and other major appliances. Place the fuse box of the house near the front door for easy access. Drill guides on each wall should not exist, use sockets with power switches to prevent voltage changes.

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Performs plumbing required. Prepare to enter the main lines below the kitchen; this allows easy access to the tubes.

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Install drainage pipes where you have bath and shower.

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Place the water heater in the bathroom. Put lines for hot and cold water in the kitchen sink to create a route circulate hot water.

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Get the approval of your local area before you finish building the wall. You’ll have to tear down any building if any further work is required before you authorize the rest of the work.

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Remove garage doors and all mounting. Build a wall into the opening left by the door. Calculate the space for the door. Use brick or stone for exterior wall. This helps to control the temperature in addition to give an aesthetic touch to the front of the building.

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Install windows and vents needed. Check that there is cross ventilation and air circulation throughout the room in order to reduce the use of heating or cooling systems.

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Apply R-15 insulation between the studs up the paper from the back towards you. The insulation should fit snugly.

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Use a sheet of water-resistant cement for walls . Cover joints and screw heads with drywall tape so that you can paint over them.

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Put a ceiling following the manufacturer’s instructions. If you prefer, you can put more insulation on the roof.

Final Touch

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Paint the walls in a light shade. This makes the space seem larger. Use a roller for large, open areas. For corners and small areas is best to use a brush.

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Applied on a protective layer of soil cement. This prevents cracks, stains and moisture in the cement formation. Uses cement floor to keep the ambient heat.

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Place large pictures of tile on cement and ends with a slurry. This eliminates the need to place mats and adds a decorative touch to the cement. It also helps keep the ambient heat.