Are you a home-based business owner who’s feeling cramped for space? Running your business from your house can be difficult, especially if you don’t have the room to create, store, and work on your products. When you get to the point of your business taking over your kitchen, dining area or basement and you know you have to make a decision to upgrade your working situation. Renting a space might seem like a good idea, but it can be expensive and inconvenient. Have you considered buying a workshop or garage for your home instead? In this blog post, we’ll explore eight popular home-based businesses that could benefit from having a home work shop/garage.
If you’re someone who creates videos from your home, like teaching cooking classes, teaching furniture refinishing, or yoga lessons, a dedicated space for filming and editing can be a game-changer. With a home-based workshop, you can have a professional-looking kitchen or studio, complete with soundproofing and lighting, all at your fingertips. Just imagine walking to your own studio right outside your door and working in a beautiful space, and then at the end of your workday you get to just walk away from it all and go home and your home is just a home again, not a business.
Do you spend your days crafting, woodworking or creating art? Having a dedicated space to work, store, and ship your products can make a huge difference. Imagine having enough room to store all your materials, a large worktable to spread out your projects, and the ability to create in peace. A workshop garage could be just what you need. And depending on your zoning you could even have customers come to you to purchase all your handmade goods. Now that’s pretty convenient!
Sell Online Products
Whether you run a Dropshipping business, wholesale business, or a subscription box business, having a space to store your products can take a lot of stress off your living spaces. Instead of trying to fit everything into a closet or spare bedroom, you can have a dedicated section of your home just for your products. With a workshop, you can add shelves, tables, and storage solutions – making your business more efficient and organized. I’m sure that sounds like a dream to you if your products are currently taking over your home life and space. Going to work will be a more rewarding, productive experience.
If you’re a web developer, graphic designer, photographer, blog writer, or virtual assistant, chances are you need a quiet space to work without distractions. And if you have a family or pets, you’ll have distractions which are very difficult for you to stay focused and productive. With a home-based workshop, you can create a separate office space that’s far from the hustle and bustle of your daily life. You can also create a professional-looking environment, perfect for the times that clients need to visit. And of course, you’re a creative person by trade, and now you can decorate your new creative shop.
For those who teach music lessons, create music samples, podcasts, or even record voice-overs for audio books, having a separate space to do so can be a game-changer. With a workshop, you can create a soundproof environment, perfect for recording and practicing. Finally, you won’t have to worry about disrupting anyone else at home or them interrupting you. And you’ll be more productive in your professional environment. It’s almost impossible to record without a sound proof room and the confidence of getting the tracks done without distraction from your family and pets.
Mechanic/Auto Detailer/Small Engine Repair
If you’re a mechanic, auto detailer, or small engine repair expert, then you know that having a dedicated space for your business is key. A workshop or garage can provide you with the workspace you need to grow your business and take on new clients. Plus, having a dedicated space means you won’t have to worry about disturbing your neighbors or family members with any loud noises or messy projects going on in your driveway. Whether you’re just starting out or are looking to expand, a workshop or garage can provide you with the perfect space to get the job done right. So, if you’re in need of a new space for your home-based business, why not consider a workshop or garage?
Farm Stand Produce
Are you tired of selling your fresh eggs, vegetables, and homemade goods on a table at the end of your driveway? It’s time to consider upgrading your setup! By having a workshop/garage for your home-based business, you’ll be able to store all your products inside and set it up like a real farm stand store. Imagine having a space to display your pies and jams, where customers can come inside and browse all of your delicious goods. Not to mention, having a workshop can also provide the extra storage and workspace you need to keep up with demand. So why not take your farm stand business to the next level with a new workshop/garage?
Hair Stylist/Nail Salon/ Esthetician
If you’re a hair stylist, nail tech, or esthetician, you know that starting your own business can be tough. You might start out in the basement of your home or rent space in a commercial location. But have you ever considered adding a garage or workshop for a salon? With a little bit of creativity and some DIY know-how, you could turn it into the perfect spot for your clients to get their glam on. Imagine having your own private entrance, complete with a chic waiting area and all the supplies you need right at your fingertips. It might take a little time to get it off and running, but the end result could be a game-changer for your business.
There are a lot of home-based businesses that could benefit from moving operations out into the garage. With a dedicated space for your business, you can expand, create, and grow without disrupting your daily life. Plus, you’ll be able to keep all your business-related materials and equipment separate from your living spaces – creating a more peaceful and organized home. If you’re feeling cramped for space, consider investing in a workshop and taking your home-based business to the next level. Always check with local agencies for permitting and zoning requirements.