When you moved into your house you were simply happy to finally have a place to park your car out of the elements. As a bonus, it was safe from the eyes of potential smash-and-grab thieves.
But over time you’ve come to see the limitations of having a garage without electricity. Or perhaps the garage with only a light bulb inside and out.
There are many reasons why it might be time to bring in the professionals to add electricity to your garage.
Here are the potential benefits:
Add lights and a motion sensor to your garage
You can start with the basics in sprucing up your garage. Adding lights that turn on when you enter or pull in will make your garage safer and more functional.
Additionally, the motion sensor could work as a way to signal you that the neighborhood cat is, once again, mousing in the shelves of your garage.
Either way, this simple fix will add functionality to your garage.
Add a garage door opener to your garage
Think of all those times you had to park in the rain or snow to get out and manually open the door to your garage. Ask yourself this important question: Why? What is the point of living today if you are not taking advantage of the most basic modern conveniences available to a home owner.
Call an electrician today to run a dedicated line to your garage so you can finally add that garage door that will save you time and money, and add to your daily convenience.
Add a functional workshop to your garage
Finally, we all know a garage is a great place to put a car. But it’s not really a fully functional garage until add a workshop.
And it is not a workshop until it has the juice to run a couple of the most common power tools. Having an electrician add a pair of grounded outlets means that you can plug in the band saw, charge the cordless drill, fire up the radio, and still have an outlet for the fridge.
Because after all that hard work in the new garage workshop, you’re going to want a nice cold beer.
So as you are thinking about ways to improve your quality of life, consider the potential of your detached garage, and how simply adding electricity can put it in a position to move from an afterthought to a beneficial and necessary part of your life as a homeowner.