The primary use of metal garages with built-in sheds is to help keep cars safe from the damage these might suffer from exposure to inclement weather and even from sunlight. These garages are also used as additional storage areas by their owners for items that they cannot store in the house or when there is not enough space in the attic for such items. The addition of a shed to such a structure also helps ensure that the items that are being stored in the garage do not mess up the area where the vehicle is kept.
Such structures are used to protect a vehicle, and as a secondary storage facility for a home, however, these garages can also be used for a few other things. Here are some examples of other uses these garages with sheds can be used for:
A separate shed attached to your local metal carport or garage can act as a craft shed for you or your family. You can have all your crafting supplies in the shed and you can indulge in this hobby or pastime without anyone bothering you and without you worrying about where your crafting materials can be found.
If you are into wood sculptures, creating DIY wood furniture, and the like, a built-in shed for your metal garage can be used to hold the materials and equipment that is needed for such a hobby. If you are good enough at it, the hobby can turn into a money-making venture and the shed can become your workshop-of-sorts.
Another hobby that you can indulge in and can be housed in a shed that is attached to your new garage is pottery. Since pottery can be somewhat messy and also has equipment that may cause damage to your car, having it in a separate shed attached to your metal garage will help you enjoy doing such a hobby without worrying about messing up your vehicle.
If you love creating pieces using metal, chances are you will have the kind of equipment that is dangerous to your vehicle but essential to your craft. Blow torches, sledgehammers, and other equipment used in creating metal artwork and items can seriously harm a vehicle is placed in the garage with your car. If your metal garage had a separate yet built-in shed, this can work as your metalworking workshop where you can safely craft wrought iron furniture, unique metal sculptures, and the like.
Garden tool shed
Gardening is a relaxing and fulfilling hobby, but it too has its share of equipment and components that can easily damage a vehicle. A separate shed that comes with your metal garage can easily hold everything you need to keep your garden well-tended and cared for but, without exposing your car’s paint or exterior to the damage that a rake, pruning shears, and other garden equipment can bring it.
These are just a few of the uses metal garages with built-in sheds have and can be used for. What other uses can you think of for your own extra storage facility attached to your new metal garage?