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Here are some of the latest Garage Construction projects posted on TrustedPros by Saint Louis homeowners seeking the service of garage construction companies.
We are looking for a builder of basically, a covered carport with a garage door. We are getting close to putting a contract on a house in Tower Grove South, but we need someone to look at the location, to make sure this is possible and give us a quote for labor and materials to get one of these built. There is an existing garage ajacent to the single car parking pad where we would like this addition. We would need referrals. Please contact via email.Location: Saint Louis | Budget: Uncertain
We are interested in purchasing a house with a 2-car garage & a 1-car parking pad. We would to convert the 1-car parking pad Into a 1-car garage-port. See attached photo & let us know if it's Possible & provide a quote for materials & labor.Location: Saint Louis | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
I currently have a home in the Saint Louis Metro area that has a sunken parking pad in the backyard. The pad looks to be the old foundation of a carriage house or a previous garage. It is made out of 18" thick aggregate concrete, and is fairly old (house was built in 1898). Parking surface is currently asphalt, based on it's initial installation expense and ongoing maintenance expense. The parking port is large enough to accommodate 3 cars with additional space on all sides, and is currently accessible through a 12' fence gate from the alley. I'm looking to build a carport that would allow covered parking for 2 cars, with a solid wall and a garage door facing the alley. This would allow for some elemental protection for our cars while creating a structure that wouldn't overpower our smaller backyard.Location: Saint Louis | Budget: $5,000 - $20,000
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