Fisher Garages — Unmatched Quality and Beauty for Lake Bluff Homeowners
Recognized by Chicago Magazine as being one of Chicago’s Best Places to Live, Lake Bluff is of the Northern Chicago Suburbs’ most well-to-do communities, yet prides itself on maintaining a friendly, small-town feel. Visitors are often struck by the Lake Bluff friendliness and a down-home atmosphere missing in some of the more extravagant North Shore communities. Lake Bluff is also dedicated to the natural world, devoting more than a quarter of its land area to natural habitats and outdoor recreation, and has been designated as a Tree City USA since 1995. Its pristine Lake Michigan shoreline has resisted high-scale development, and it is still a pleasant place for a family picnic, with two beautiful beaches managed by the Lake Bluff Parks Department. While not parading assets, downtown Lake Bluff still offers a charming, upper-tier shopping area of unusual shops offering pleasures from fine art to jewelry to exquisite restaurants. Top-ranked schools are a strong draw for families desiring an elegant yet down-to-earth community, and Lake Bluff truly fills that bill.
Lake Bluff residents enjoy a very high quality of living, and they know that Fisher Garages will provide them with a top garage that adds beauty and value to their homes as well as providing safety and security for their vehicles. Lake Bluff residents know that when they need a new garage, they can turn their trust to Fisher Garages help them create a beautiful home addition. From advising on style to obtaining permits to cleaning up, Fisher Garages will handle everything. Fisher Garages has earned Chicagoland’s trust and is the go-to for garages in the Lake Bluff area.
What Size and Style of Garage Do You Need?
The roof style of a detached garage is an important consideration for both aesthetic beauty and function, and Fisher Garages will help you choose the best style and garage size for your new garage structure.
A gentle slope on all four sides presents a pyramid shape with a low -profile roof line that does not compete with the line of the house. The low line is good for high-wind areas, or areas where the view is important.
The triangle-shaped roof with front and back gables offers a steeper pitch for efficient rain and snow runoff and could include some storage. The angle of the gable can also be designed to blend with the home’s rooflines.
Reverse Gable Roof
Here the triangular gables are at the sides, offering a longer line side to side. Like the gable roof, the pitch also allows for storage and efficient runoff. In addition, gable windows can be added along the front to match your home’s design.
An Easy Decision
If you’re looking to replace a dated, dangerous garage, or just want to add an additional garage for your growing family’s fleet, give Fisher Garages a call for a fast, free estimate. You’ll be pleased with the price and completely satisfied with the results.