Making Space at the Modern Home

Making Space at the Modern Home

Autostacker re-envisions what your garage could look like from the top down. Its sole purpose is to double the parking capacity of a single parking space, yet nothing like Autostacker has ever existed in home or commercial markets.

Smart homeowners look to get the most value out of their space. For instance, a family might use bunk beds to increase the value of their kids’ bedroom. By having two kids share one room, another room is freed up for other purposes, thus maximizing the potential value of the entire house.

Another family might be looking to get more value out of their garage. Overnight, Autostacker will increase the value of a garage by “creating” additional square footage. That overhead space is just being wasted anyway, so you might as well use it.

Spend less and get more
Sure, there are other ways to increase your garage’s square footage and fit more vehicles, such as excavating for a property expansion. However, while that will increase your home value, it almost always costs more than it returns if you decide to sell your home.

Studies show that home garage expansions recoup about 63 percent of what you put into them, and an “average” garage build costs over $50,000. Luxury garage expansions cost significantly more.

Whether you’re a high-end car collector or just need extra space for the family wheels, Autostacker barely takes up more room than a single parking space and does not require in-ground bolts or special flooring to install.

With multiple lock positions, even tall trucks and SUVs are incredibly easy to park in the lower-level space. Autostacker’s smart design also allows tricky, hard-to-stack cars like Corvettes, Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Porsches to pull onto the ramp without risk of scratching the front end. Two short autos will stack in virtually every garage, regardless of ceiling height. If you’ve always wanted to showcase your car collection without making a cluttered, unsightly mess, there’s finally a way.


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