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This essay is in essence a descriptive paper It is designed for the purpose of teaching the reader how to do something or perform a certain task The task that I chose was how to build a garage Believe it or not there is a lot of planning that is involved in building a garage There are also a lot of different steps in this process The first step in building a garage is to plan what you are going to do If you live in town one of the things that you need to consider is that you need a building permit These usually run about fifty dollars You will also want to try and make the garage match the design and color of the house Here is a list of things to consider when planning to build a garage-UndergroundExisting Utilitiesalways have the area located for the digging-AttachedDetached or future attachment to the houseThe example garage that I am going to construct has the dimensions of 22 x 22 with a built-in attic storage space I want to build the garage so that if I wanted to I could attach it to my house in the future If you want to build a garage like this you will want to plan on making footings and foundations The footing for this particular garage will be what you call a frost footing That is a footing deep enough to resist frost upheaval Once you have a thorough plan made up you need to take it to your local building authorities to have it approvedThe second step in building a garage is the excavating issues You have to consider the overall slope and drainage of the garage area Things like whether or not a retaining wall is needed to support a nearby hill are things to consider Whereever you put the garage make the location suitable for underground utilities NOTE The final grade should be back-filled to
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