What is the typical size of a 2 car garage in 1954 homes?
Homes in the 1950's didn't typically have two stall garages. Most, if they had a garage at all, only had single stall garages. Those that would have been about 20' x 20'.
A 2-car garage might be 30 feet wide and 25 feet deep.
2 people found this useful
Answer . \nNo, they cannot enter and/or remove a from a garage regardless if it is locked or not. If this occurs or has occurred, local law enforcement should be notified and the involved party might wish to seek the advice of an attorney to explore the possibility of recovery of damages and prop…erty litigation. (MORE)
Answer . Well if you know the displacement, number of cylinders, and geometric compression ratio, you have everything you need to figure out the clearance volume. Compression Ratio = (Displacement + Clearance Volume)/(Clearance Volume) - rearranged gives: clearance volume = displacement/(co…mp. ratio -1). A reasonable assumption of compression ratio on a modern F1 engine is somewhere around 12-13.5:1, I would say. So assume 12.8:1 compression ratio. You also now that each cylinder displaces 2400cc/8 = 300cc. So, clearance volume = ( 300cc ) / ( 12.8 - 1) = 25.42cc That should get you in the ballpark anyway. (MORE)
Buying a house with a 3 car garage but it only park 2 cars. Can the contractors sell it as a 3 car garage even if it has 3 garage doors?
Answer . Certainly - however, sometims the 3rd space can only accomodate a golf cart, none the less, it is still a car space and counts as 3 car garage.
Your niece drove into your garage door w her car and did 1k damage to the garage should your niece claim it on her auto policy or should you claim it on your home insurance?
Since it was caused by the vehicle, the vehicle insurance shouldcover it. Most home owners insurance companies would probably makea claim against the auto insurance company, if they covered it.
The typical garage, as defined by most cities and counties in the United States, is 20 ft by 20 ft - for a total of 400 sq.ft. The most common garage door is a single 16 ft wide door centered on one side of the garage.. High-end designers generally prefer larger garages and multiple, smaller doors.… A common designer 2-car garage size is 26 ft wide by 24 ft deep. Instead of a single large door, such a garage would typically have two 8 ft or 9 ft doors along one of the long elevations. (MORE)
The average two car garage measures 24 feet by 24 feet. Some arelarger, but very few would be much smaller.
That depends on the nature of the loss. Contact your Insurance Agent and he will be able to advise you on coverage.
The average size of a garage depends on the number and type ofvehicles that the owner intends to store. For instance, a 20x20 ft.garage is considered adequate for two average saloon cars parkedside by side.
Two-car garages are typically anywhere from 20' x 20' and to 30' x25'. There are many, though, that build their own and can customizeto whatever size they like.
Mechanical penetrations (Supply or Return Air Vents) are not allowed in garages in residential construction under the International Residential Code.. . Some countries' Building Codes and/or Regulations may allow a garage to be heated by a normal water-heated radiator supplied by the house's furna…ce or hot water calorifier. (Calorifier = "boiler" in everyday language.) . To find out if it is allowed where your home is situated you must check the Building Codes and/or Regulations for your locality i.e. Town/State/Country or - better still, as you needed to ask this question here - ask a locally-licensed plumber or HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) technician for advice. . . Yes you can, as long as you use a 1 way trap tha restricts the airflow only to the garage and not backwards. "International building codes" do not apply everywhere (MORE)
A two-car driveway can comfortably fit two cars, side by side. Thestandard double car driveway is between 18 and 20 feet wide by 18to 20 feet long.
If you drove your car into the garage door of the home you are renting will your auto insurance cover it?
They should cover it since it is not your property. It may be chepaer buying a new garage door then the 6 year increase to your premium
The standard width of a double car garage is 20.5 feet. That is abig enough size to fit a large sedan and a truck inside.
Yes, if it was not locked. They cannot breach the peace to repossess a vehicle but they can come on your property to get their property, namely the car you do not own. It is their car until you pay for it. So legally they have only recovered their property.
As is the case with many common things, there appear to be neither any official nor any de facto standard dimensions for garages. For a one-car garage, 12 feet by 22 feet (12' x 22') seems to be as close to "standard" as anything else. Generally, consider 10' x 20' to be absolute minimum. Bigger,… when possible, is almost certainly better. (Garage space is like closet space: it's hard to have too much.) A 12' width can help avoid the problems of narrower garages, such as not being able to fully open the car's doors when it's in the garage, as well as possibly provide some auxiliary storage space (for things other than a car, for example, tools or bicycles), or at least allow room to walk past the sides of the car while it's in the garage. Similarly, a 22' depth can allow room to walk past the ends of the car while it's in the garage and also possibly provide some auxiliary storage space. If the garage needs to accommodate an over-size vehicle, it's important to consider not just the garage's width and depth but also its ceiling height and the width and height of its garage door opening, and to think in terms of minimum horizontal and vertical clearances, rather than merely in terms of interior dimensions. Note that dimensions may be overall (the garage's outside dimensions) or interior (the garage's inside dimensions). Typically, dimensions are given without explicitly specifying which they are! Floor plans usually show interior dimensions inside the drawing of each room or area and may also show overall dimensions in the areas of the drawing that represent space outside of the building, so, if a floor plan has the dimensions 12' x 22' inside the drawing of the garage, those are likely to be the garage's interior dimensions. On the other hand, if a build-it-yourself garage kit is advertised as being for a 12' x 24' garage, it's likely that those are the garage's overall dimensions. The difference between overall and interior dimensions is, of course, taken up by the thickness of the walls, so overall dimensions are always greater than interior dimensions. While it's possible to build walls of nearly any thickness, it's generally true that a wall's sturdiness is at least roughly proportional to its thickness. This is particularly true when the same construction method and materials are used to build walls of differing thicknesses. Sufficiently sturdy wood frame walls are likely to be at least approximately three and one-half inches (3 1/2") thick, but this varies with the exact construction method and materials used, how much weight (including their own) the walls have to support, and what other stresses (for example, from wind or from earthquakes) they must resist. Typical plain concrete block walls are about 8" thick, while stone-faced concrete block walls may be 12" or more thick. In addition to providing walking space and auxiliary storage space, extra width and depth can help reduce the likelihood vehicles will collide with the garage's walls (from the inside of the garage, at least). Further, raising at least 2' to 3' of the floor by perhaps 2" to 3" along the rear wall of the garage (opposite the garage door) can provide drivers with tactile warning that the front of the vehicle is close to the wall. How wide the raised portion must be to be effective depends on how far the vehicle protrudes past where its tires contact the pavement. And, of course, a sufficiently wide part of the raised area closest to where the vehicle is parked must be kept clear, or the vehicle may simply push (say) the lawn mower into the wall, damaging not just the vehicle and the wall but also the lawn mower. Adding a raised floor section to a garage will increase the garage's cost, not least because the overall size of the garage will need to be increased, at least past the relatively minimal 12' x 22' in order to provide an adequately large parking area on the unraised portion of the floor. There are other advantages and disadvantages to raised floor sections, such as increasing the likelihood the auxiliary storage area's floor will remain dry (assuming that area is on the raised portion of the floor) and increasing the likelihood that someone will trip (on the edge of the raised section). Ideally, the raised floor should extend along the garage's side walls and through the garage door opening. This last would, however, not only additionally increase the garage's overall size but also require a (costly) custom made garage door. (MORE)
on a slab of concrete 12'x24' is about the standard for full-size trucks and suv's and older American cars i.e. Cadillac, Lincoln, Olds and Chrysler all had model years where they measured 18' on length. Two Car adage double the width plus 16" for the slab. Don't forget the footing at the perimeter… and steel plus forms when estimating slab costs and materials. (MORE)
A repo guy is likely to say anything to get your car. If he's looking for it, you owe the money and he gets to take the car. Hiding it in the garage will keep him at bay for only a short time. Whether or not you have homeowner's insurance does not factor into the equation.
20' x 20' is considered the normal size for a 2-car garage, so probably close to 10' x 20'.
This is impossible to answer accurately ! Not all homes have a garage - some homes have more than one ! even people living in high-rise tower blocks may (or may not) have a garage.
residential; Width 8',9',10', 12,' 15',16',18' Height 6'6", 7', 7'6", 8' (sizes are standard but may not all necessarily be stock) depending on mfg. some other heights could be available with different size panel configurations. Other odd widths are generally available on many doors but are custom o…rders. (MORE)
A typical home will comprise of on average four exterior walls and some type of roofing material. In most cases local materials will be used.
Who do I claim from after i accidentally started my car in gear and it smashed into the garage door is it my home insurance or my car insurance there's no damage to my car?
In most States, this will be a homeowner claim. You may be able to imagine that this is a similar type of peril as if an aircraft had crashed into your home... which would also be covered under your home policy - assuming your homeowner's policy form does not exclude that sort of coverage. Since it…s your home that is now damaged, this is where Id start my claim. Your car is not damaged therefore it needs no claim for damages, although your car insurance's property damage may cover this as well. Id call and check with your insurance companies on this. (MORE)
Typically, a 2 car garage minimum width is 24'. This said, there is no reference to minimum widths for garages in the IRC building code that I can find.
There aren't any standard dimensions for a 1.5 car garage, but aone-car garage is less than 300 square feet. A two-car garage isusually just over 600 square feet, so a 1.5 car garage would besomewhere in between the two measurements.
No, repo persons can not enter your residence without permission and an attached garage is your property.
With a 16' x 7' garage door you can get by with a 20 x 20 slab. 22 x 24 will of course be more comfortable...
Outside measurement of the building using one 16' and one 8' door, 1/2" plywood siding and no overhang would be 25' and 8". You need a minimum of 3" on each side of the door for the track and the thickness of the outside walls. If you are going it sheetrock the inside increase the measurement by t…wice the thickness of whatever you use. If 1/2" thick than the total width would be 25' 8". (MORE)
The minimum size for a 1 car garage should be 12' x 22'. From experience I have learned you can never build it too large but you can sure build it too small. A 14' x24' would be what I would build.
On the left bottom corner of your game screen is your speed o meter. Next to that you will see a column of 3 things: your profile, which is at the top, your friends list, which is in the middle and at the underneath part of the column you will see a drawing of a garage. Click that and it will lead t…o your garage. If you are not sponsored you will see that your garage yard is small. As soon as you get become a member of the sponsorship, you will see that your garage yard got bigger. This is to give you an opportunity to create your house however you like, such as buying off things from shops in radiator springs and bring them to your garage to create as much as you like. (MORE)
It depends on the dimensions of your room that which home theater fits there. But according to me the bigger one is always better.
"Garages or carports are common for households living in single-detached units-just over three in four of these homes (76 percent) have a covered shelter for vehicles. Townhouses or row houses, on the other hand, include a garage or carport less than half the time (46 percent). In both mobile homes …and units in multiunit buildings, the proportion is 26 percent." -U.S. census data (MORE)
Is it legal to go into a garage while your eleven yr old is home alone and has the garage open to reprocess a car while there is no adult at home?
It's impossible to say definitively from the information given. You should contact a local lawyer, since the law varies from state to state. However... most states allow a creditor to repossess immediately if the loan goes into default without giving notice, and their agents are generally allowed …to come onto your property in order to do so. They are normally forbidden to cause a "breach of the peace" in the process, and that lawyer you're going to contact will help you figure out whether this happened in your case or not. Since in your case the garage door was open, they didn't have to break in, and their actions were probably legal. It doesn't matter why the garage was open, just that it was , and that it was opened by someone who had the presumptive right to do so rather than by the repossessers themselves. (MORE)
the height should be somewhere around 3 1/2 ft. and the length would be around 2 1/2 - 3ft
If the safety didn't work on the garage door and it closed on my trunk is that home owners or a car insurance claim?
This would be an auto claim assuming that you have comprehensive coverage on your vehicle. If your car was moving at the time it would probably be a collision. Homeowners specifically excludes coverage for motorized vehicles with certain exceptions (lawnmowers, golf carts, etc). Your claim would be …subject to your auto deductible. It is not advised to make small claims so don't make a claim unless it is really worth it. I have owned a small insurance agency for the past 22 years and worked for a direct writer for 3 years before that. State laws vary somewhat but this answer should apply everywhere. (MORE)
Garages are different from country to country So you need to know how long and wide it is. Mine is quite large for even for Canada My two car is 24 by 26 feet long. 24X26=624 square feet
It can be hung from the ceiling. Screw eye bolts in the rafters and knot a rope thru two of them. Hoist the carrier up and its out of the way til next time.
Usually it is 24'. But, that can vary widely depending on your needs and budget.
As long as you're a good enough driver and the garage is roomy enough - No. You'll get a little bit more of exhaust fumes in there, but not really enough to matter.
That will depend on the part of the country it's in, as well as on the state, the city, and the neighborhood in that city.
DVD monitors in cars typically range from 7 inches to 12 inches, depending on the make, model, and price. An easy way to gauge the size is to imagine the size of a car's headrest.
Currently the Panasonic 152-Inch 3D Plasma is the biggest TV available for home use. it's got 4k by 2k resolution, 3D support, and many other features that help it display better than any TV to date.
The standard double car garage door is 16' wide x 7' high. A two car garage should typically be a minimum of 20' wide (inside) to allow the doors to open. 22' to 24' width is preferred.
Once can purchase a Prefab garage that is 20' x 48'. As their name suggests, these are constructed ready to use, and can be delivered in a month, or a week if already in stock.
One needs to consider their needs and capabilities than the typical size of the cooler. Take into account the incoming water temperature, how cold that water needs to be chilled, and the water flow. Some chillers can be around 50 pounds and vary in size.
When you live in the northern climates and have to deal with snowy winters a garage is the best thing invented to help shave a few minutes off your morning commute time. Brushing off the snow and scraping the ice off the windshield is an awful way to start your day.
A home or residence would have a 1 or 2 car garage, but not allhouses have a garage. A garage may be attached to the house orseparate.
Garage Mahal - 2009 Car and Driver Garage 2-10 was released on: USA: 18 June 2010
Monster Garage - 2002 Jet Boat Car 2-13 was released on: USA: 26 January 2004
Standard single garage doors have measurements of 10 x 7 feet, 9 x7 feet and 8 x 7 feet all around. If you have more question regarding garage door, you can ask toegaragesystems.com.au
Sixty feet is a good size width for a 3 car garage. This comes from the Illustrated Guide to Tactical Drawing: How to Determine Floorplans. It calculates the size of the cars with doors open and adequate space to walk between vehicles.