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ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N.Y. — Architect Donald J. Berg, author of 15 books on building and landscaping, has just designed plans for a new expandable garage to help solve home storage problems. The Oakville Garage Plans can be downloaded for free at TodaysPlans.com. “Are there too many cars and bikes in your driveway and too many boxes in your attic?” asks Berg. “Build the Oakville Garage to add value to your home and solve your storage problems once and for all.”

The Oakville Garage is 16 feet wide by 22, 24 or 28 feet deep. It’s big enough for a car, small truck or SUV with room for bicycles, garden tools and a workbench. There are pull-down stairs to a full loft for even more storage. The high and dry loft space is perfect for clothes and boxes of valuable papers and photos.

The plans include drawings for optional 12 foot wide shed-roof expansions on either side. You can build your garage for one, two or three cars, or have a combination of parking areas with a workshop, hobby shop, home office, studio or storage shed. “You can build your garage small now and expand it as your needs grow,” Berg adds.

The downloadable drawings are for sturdy but easy-to-build 2×6 stud wall construction. They include a complete material list so that you can get accurate quotes of your building cost.

Visit http://www.TodaysPlans.com now, print out the free plans, and get started on your new garage today.

Donald Berg is a member of the American Institute of Architects. His books on American building and landscape design include “American Country Building Design” (ISBN-13: 978-1402723575), available from Sterling Publishing. His designs, articles and interviews have appeared on HGTV and in Home Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Traditional Building Magazine, Country Life, Mother Earth News, The Old-House Journal and many other publications.

Valerie Gotten
Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.