When homes are built, architects will almost always avoid insulating a garage to cut costs. The garage is usually not built to be a livable space, but that does not mean it can’t become one! Does your garage stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer? More than likely, not. If you plan on spending a lot of time in your garage, it is worth it to invest in insulation. Insulation will keep your garage far more temperate and comfortable year-round, compared to garages without insulation. Best of all, it might even add a bit more value and selling potential to your home. During adverse weather, the garage becomes a safe haven for handiwork—what usually can be done outside might become too difficult due to cold weather, wind, rain, snow, etc. If you don’t want to add insulation, a space heater might be just the right thing to keep you warm. Vice versa, if the hot summer months are unbearable, then investing in a small portable A/C will make your garage just as comfortable as the inside of your home.