Friday, October 8, 2010

You may need to double up on Garage Space

The New Toronto parking bylaw came into effect; you may just need to improve the functionality and space inside your garage;

Parking in Toronto just got a little more complicated thanks to a new bylaw that restricts how many vehicles homeowners can park on their driveways.

City council quietly passed the regulation, part of the new harmonized zoning bylaw, at its last meeting of the summer, CTV has learned. The bylaw took effect Oct. 1.

The law allows residents with a single-car garage to park one vehicle in the garage and one on the driveway. Those with double garages may park two vehicles in the garage and two on the driveway.

Details can be found in the online version of the bylaws. The parking section (10.5.80) begins on page 29.

One option is to look how you can double your garage space and automobile lifts.

You can raise your summer car up and out of the way, yet it is accessible within minutes for that spur of the moment Fall drive to see the colours along the 401 or Niagara Escarpment. Garage Organizers from 1st Choice Garage Outfitters can provide wall hanging systems to complete tool and drawer cupboard or cabinets.

If you are looking for ways to improve the last domain of man, the final frontier, other than adding a bar fridge and a home built tool bench, you might want to have a look at some complete systems for flooring, and wall storage. If you need a bigger garage with a house attached and would like to talk to me, I can be reached at 647 218 2414

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