How to build your own 24 X 24 Garage and save money. Step by Step Build Instructions


    This video shows Step by step pictures of me building a 24X24 garage.The first video shows steps involving how to pour footings, walls, floors and framing,Installing trusses, etc and the second video go over construction ideas, tips, as well as the entire area of buying materials, building permits, and the paperwork required for building a 24’x24′ garage.Adding a garage to your property can give you a lot of additional storage, it will give you covered parking spaces to store your car, and it can add to your property value.

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