Fisher Garages — Unmatched Quality and Beauty for Lake Forest Homeowners
Lake Forest began as a rural area—its quiet location made it an important part of the Underground Railroad, and early on it boasted a very diverse population. Later, as more and more wealthy Chicagoans escaped north from the city, property prices in Lake Forest climbed and Lake Forest changed from a sleepy Village to a vibrant, wealthy community. Country Clubs were created, along with the rise of magnificent homes from such famous architects as Frank Lloyd Wright and David Adler. Elaborate green spaces appeared, engineered by landscape architects such as Frederick Law Olmstad, creator of New York’s Central Park. Nowadays, as one of Chicago’s affluent northern suburbs, Lake Forest is known for such innovative educational institutions as Lake Forest College and The artists’ community, the Ragdale Foundation. But Lake Forest residents are also concerned about the natural world. Much of the area is made up of large swaths of prairie and woodlands, and the Lake Forest Open Lands Association was created with an eye toward land and nature conservation and preservation. With its combination of community concert, education, and eye to the arts. Lake Forest is a desirable place to live.
Living in one of the most affluent areas in Illinois, Lake Forest residents demand the best in everything—including their garage construction. That’s why when they need a new garage, Lake Forest homeowners demand Fisher Garages do the job. They trust that they will end up with the very best construction and style, and they know that Fisher Garages will handle everything from obtaining permits to cleaning up when they’re done. Lake Forest homeowners demand Fisher Garages. Shouldn’t you?
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.