What’s In Your Loft

In past blogs we have shared some ideas for adding a custom loft.  Some owners will want a sports cave or man cave. Others will want a place to relax and hang out with friends which looks and feel more like a family room.  How do you build your mezzanine loft? The most popular structure is a staircase going up …

Paul D. ReynoldsWhat’s In Your Loft

Premier’s Road Trip Adventure

As part of the planning process for Premier Garage Condos, our sales manager, Don Nault took a road trip. He spent days on the road looking into a variety of condominium projects throughout Alberta, Idaho, Washington and BC. Talking to owners, managers and sales people Don learned what types of developments were having success and which ones were struggling. Learning …

Paul D. ReynoldsPremier’s Road Trip Adventure

Christmas in the Cave

With Christmas fast approaching, our minds turn to sleigh rides, softly falling snow, apple cider and those hard to shop for people! If the person on your list that gives you the most difficulty is a car, motorcycle or garage buff, look no further! Motorcycle Lover Whether you are interested in a wireless communication system, a new helmet or a …

Paul D. ReynoldsChristmas in the Cave

SEMA Show Finds Part 2

Cabinets were another big find at SEMA. We had a chance to personally see and feel the quality construction of products such as Rousseau and Borroughs. The variety of their storage solutions was mind-boggling and ranged from tire racks and traditional tool cabinets to hanging parts storage and wall mounted bumper racks. Of course, there was also the fun pieces …

Paul D. ReynoldsSEMA Show Finds Part 2

SEMA Show Finds Part 1

At the beginning of November, Premier Garage Condos attended the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas. This is one of the single largest events that Las Vegas sees each year and boasts more than two million square feet in exhibits. The exhibits ranged from safety products, restoration parts, handling equipment mobile electronics, wheels and tires and …

Paul D. ReynoldsSEMA Show Finds Part 1

Getting Your Motorcycle Ready for Winter

Ok, there has been much talk about getting your RV and vehicle ready for winter, but lets not overlook the motorcycles out there. Many of the principals are the same but are still worth reviewing. Cleaning Make sure your bike is free of road grime and insects. Try to avoid getting any water into the muffler as this could cause …

Paul D. ReynoldsGetting Your Motorcycle Ready for Winter

Dare to Dream

For today’s post we are going to dream.  The sky is the limit, cost is no obstacle. Set practicality and common sense aside and take some time to imagine what is possible… Check out this blog site that pictures beautiful retro cars, unique storage ideas and to die for exotics.                     …

Paul D. ReynoldsDare to Dream

Home for the Hobby’s

Most of the people interested in Premier Garage Condos tend to be attracted to them because they have a car collection, storage issues with RVs or they need space to work on their vehicles. But there are many other uses for a garage condo. Model Aircraft Collecting, building and flying model airplanes can take up a lot of room and …

Paul D. ReynoldsHome for the Hobby’s

Get Wired

When planning your Premier Garage Condo, there are the more obvious choices you will have to make – type of flooring, whether you want a mezzanine or not and what types of storage and cabinetry. But don’t forget about some of the smaller things that can make a big difference in your enjoyment of your space. One of these things …

Paul D. ReynoldsGet Wired

Garage Condo Storage Ideas

A garage condo is a glorious thing. Lots of room for all the toys, the tools and maybe even some bikes or some of those boxes that have been sitting in your basement taking up space for years. But how do you make sure you don’t have a jumbled mess when you move into your condo? The possibilities for storage …

Paul D. ReynoldsGarage Condo Storage Ideas