Garage materialism is developing

Since the construction of the first suburbs, the garage has become a measure of the financial prosperity of a family. At the beginning, there was one, then two, but now four garages are becoming the last form of decadence in the construction of houses. A real estate agent would say that people have a log of equipment and objects nowadays, so there is a huge demand for a place to store them.

In some cases, these garages can be larger than many apartments, sheltering more cars than ever before. The third and perhaps the fourth family car is a necessity for families where children stay longer at home and where restrictions on street parking are one of the factors advocating the construction of garages taller.

In addition, every man has his passion for "toys" such as boats, watercraft, motorcycles, motorcycles, power tools, workbenches and these toys must be stored.

Looking in a garage for three or four cars, you'll discover tools, bikes, sports equipment, a workshop and a 25-foot boat. This visual degradation of the suburban landscape is an aspect of materialism that will continue to revive so early.

Everyone does not like this trend. Some homebuilders are spending more time and money on architectural plans that can split these huge expanses of square meters into opposite sides of the house.

A problem that appears here is that of the design of the house after this transformation. Rear-loading garages are the most aesthetic, but they require the use of yard space for turning radiuses.

Side-loading garages need larger house locations, but they can give a huge appearance to the front of the house. With the current increase in land costs, in many areas this is not achievable in the long term.

This is a sign of mega-materialism, that is to say that if we are good, it is better, then more and more people understand only one thing, that a garage does not is good only if it is as big as a basketball court.

When will it stop?

Will we have the house attached to a garage ten times bigger than the house? Perhaps it would be better for everyone to think twice before making such a commitment when buying a house attached to the garage.

Perhaps it would be better for people to care about the simplest and simplest things in life than to own a garage for four cars.

About the author - Yoann
An international traveller with 55+ countries and a year long solo world tour, businessman and fashion industry consultant, he created this website to simplify fashion codes for everybody, while helping them looking like world class for the occasions that arise. "Even a man can learn about fashion and refinement"

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