Serving Greater Chicagoland

The Process

Chicago Garage Construction Company

At Regency Garages, we strive to build our customers the best quality custom garages. We offer a variety of sizes and finishes. We can handle all aspects of your new garage project, from planning, required permit application, teardown, concrete foundation / flooring, building and electrical work. The owner participates in the building of each garage; this ensures that each customer gets personal attention.

Here is a summary of the Regency Garages building process:

  • An experienced Regency Garage designer will come to your home, listen to your needs, perform a site inspection and give you a personal demonstration of materials and colors you may choose from. Based on this discussion a quote is generated.

  • Upon acceptance of the quote, a contract will be written with the garage construction details.

  • Once the customer provides a Plat of Survey, Regency Garages applies for all necessary permits from your local municipality.

  • If an existing garage needs to be torn down, a teardown date is scheduled. On this date, weather permitting; a teardown is performed which includes removal of existing garage and concrete and proper disposal.

  • We then begin construction of your new Regency Garage. A foundation is framed in compliance with local code and then poured. Our skilled carpenters frame the structure, install windows, doors and trim. Then, they complete the exterior of your garage with weather resistant siding and roofing. Our electricians give your new garage power.

  • Cleanup is the last step of the project. This team is responsible for ensuring that any debris on the site is properly discarded.

Regency Garages is family owned and operated business and we put that family pride into every garage we build. We are confident that you will find that “our customer service makes the difference”. We are located in Addison, Illinois and serve customers throughout Chicago and the Chicago suburbs.

Below are images of our crew at work: