- 576 sq. ft.
- 2 bays
In New England, we’re familiar with older homes lacking in storage space and the toll inclement weather can take on vehicles and outdoor equipment. If you’ve been looking for a way to keep your cars out of the snow or provide space for a workshop, garden tools, toys and more, a garage package could be just the thing. More than just parking space, a standalone garage can match the style of your home while adding value and decluttering your primary living space.
Number of Bays
Please note, garage packages are a material estimate only and Hancock Lumber does not provide the groundwork, foundation/slab, or labor.
Hancock has been a part of New England’s construction industry for more than 150 years and we’ve worked to design a suite of garage packages that make building new storage space on your property as simple as possible. We have garage packages ranging in size from just under 600 square feet to just over 2000, with two and three bay options. Choose one of our garage packages to fit your property and fulfill your storage needs and a Project Pro will get back to you with an estimate for your garage building supplies. We’ll work with your vision and budget to customize your materials list.
Pricing for building materials changes daily and we want to provide you with the most accurate garage packageestimate. Use the “request quote” button on any of our detached garage packages and our materials experts will assemble an up-to-date estimate for framing, sheathing, trusses, shingles, vinyl windows, doors, siding and more.
Please note that garage building packages do not include groundwork, foundation/slab, or labor but we’re happy to help direct you to the next step in adding a standalone garage to your home.
Whether you’re looking to add a deck, detached garage, or build a whole home, if you’re not a builder or lumber specialist, building packages can be confusing! Here’s a quick definition of the different types.
Stick Built Package: The Hancock Lumber building packages include a full set of stock plans with noted building materials supplied and delivered. Materials are not precut. Pre-assembled trusses are available for most stock packages. Initial pricing is quoted on base materials and specific products can be swapped out to suit personal preference. Hancock’s building packages are stick built.
Building Kits: Kits are preplanned homes, garages, or decks with full set of plans, instructions and the materials precut, marked, mapped and figured out for you. Kits are more expensive than stick-built packages and offer fewer opportunities for customization but can make building quick and easy. Hancock Lumber’s stock packages do not offer a building kit solution.
Prefab Construction: Prefab indicates elements of the package are partially manufactured at another site and delivered to your property. Walls and trusses are already assembled and arrive with a full set of plans and map for assembly. These are typically more expensive than stick-built construction as they incorporate labor costs for pre-assembly. Hancock Lumber can often provide roof trusses pre-assembled and delivered to the job site.