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We are here to help you find a Garage Contractor.  Finding a pre-screened contractor (one that wants to do your job, in the time period you want it done) is not always easy.  Our service simplifies the process. You submit a request for a free estimate and we provide you a fast response, typically within hours.

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HomeBlue will help you learn more about your project. We can match you to a service contractor or simply provide you useful information.

A quality project is certainly what you are looking for and it is worth the investment. With the information we provide you, we hope that you will be able to make an educated and informed decision on how to proceed with your project.

 

 

   

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Need help finding a home remodeling contractor in your local area?  We have a directory list of general residential contractors and residential designers for home projects. You can find someone to design, remodel, or replace just about anything in your house. It does not matter if it is a small renovation project, an item that needs to be fixed or repaired, an installation job, or build a major addition to your property.

It is not easy to find good, qualified, licensed companies. Complete a request form with information about your project. We will help match requests with a prescreened home improvement company and you will receive a price estimate without cost. Our service is time efficient and you have no obligation to hire the designer, installer, builder or remodeler that contacts you.

Our site is like using a custom made local directory and we intend to replace traditional search methods. You submit your request outlining your project details.  Businesses that are interested in completing your project request contact you and provide you a quote. The companies that have the time and interest in providing you their install, repair, or replacement service contact you.

We suggest that you review the license and insurance of the professional you select. We also suggest that you call references or review the ratings and reviews from previous customers.

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In most American single family and town houses featuring a garage, the garage has a door on the front of the building for vehicles to enter and exit. Most garage doors open upward using an electric chain drive (garage door opener), which can usually be remotely controlled from the resident's car with a small radio transmitter. Garages are connected to the nearest road with a driveway. Interior space for one or two cars is typical, and garages built since the 1950s typically have a door directly connecting the garage to the interior of the house (an "attached Garage").   In the past, garages were often separate buildings from the house ("detached garage"), almost resembling modern sheds. On occasion, a garage would be built with an apartment above it, which could be rented out. As automobiles became more popular, and convenience essential, the idea of attaching the garage directly to the house grew into a common practice. While a person with a separate garage must walk outdoors in any type of weather, a person with an attached garage has a much shorter walk inside a building.   Garages are often where the attic entrance is located. Used also to store tools, bicycles, lawn mowers and other such items, most garages have unfinished concrete floors. Since they are heavily used for storage, and as work space for home improvement projects, garages sometimes cannot be used to protect the automobiles for which they were designed{Garage Remodel}. Many two-car garages only have one usable space. Some garages contain a separate storage room to partially alleviate the problem.