As we have discussed in previous installments, a home garage lift has increasingly become an investment that more enthusiasts are making. Assuming you have a minimum of 10 feet clearance, floor to ceiling, it enables you to store one car over another, while also offering the professional-style service assistance when it comes to working on your classic. And with an investment of around $2,500, they are great values that pay for themselves quickly when you consider the cost of offsite storage.
So, if you have the clearance space in your garage and the clearance in your checkbook, you'll need to weigh your needs against the variety of lifts on the market. That's what this installment is all about
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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