My name is Nathan Bradley.
I grew up spending my afternoons and evenings in the garage.
My old man told me that my education was the most important thing in the world.
When I put my time in, finished my homework, and made sure all my ducks were in a row, we would spend countless hours in the garage.
Half the time we didn’t even talk; we just worked on projects together.
I would organize his tool well (because he never did it), or we would woodwork together. The man taught me how to disassemble a garage without ever saying anything.
Years later, I started a small business of renovating garages.
I’ve turned them into music studios, income properties, man caves, modding workshops; you name it.
I still use my own for repairing my car, repairing things around the house, holding my tools, and the occasional football game viewing party.
I want to show you what your garage can become, how to organize it, optimize it, and get the most out of it.
I put The Garage Times together to act like an online magazine and a free resource for anybody looking to turn their garage into something fantastic.
Whether it’s new and remodeled, or an old dusty workshop that fills its purpose without all the frills, we’re going to turn it into your haven.