What should we repair on The American Garage?

Since the launch of our website and the recent release of our commercial, we have experienced a large amount of traffic. The response to our idea has been overwhelming and we could not be more excited. We have had many visitors to our website ask if we had plans to repair a specific item. Stephen blogged this week about how it would be interesting to take an old item and turn it into a new project which got us thinking….

“After I posted the blog earlier this week it got me thinking we needed a place where people could comment on specific items they would like to see us repair here on The American Garage. Visitors can communicate with me right here on this post. We have a pretty full schedule as of right now, so there are no promises, but I will try my best to work everything into the show.”, said Stephen Devine today during a break from shooting the latest episode of The American Garage.

Feel free to comment on this blog post about any projects you might need help with or something you would like to see being repaired on our show. Thank you for your support and helping us with such a great launch!


About TheAmericanGarage

The American Garage is a Television show debuting on the web which showcases the American spirit of Ingenuity. Created by 3d Houston and Bradshaw Consulting, Inc. this program takes a look at the spirit in all of us to get out there and get things done.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1780340340 Joey Bartmann

    I would love to see a volts wagon bus referbished from scratch and made to be awesome!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1274649961 Stephen Devine

    Joey, we will have to find one first. I would love to redo and old one- pre 1966

  • autumn kelly

    I thought this was a site for building garages, which I am looking to do. But, I was suprised to find out differently, and I think I’m going to really like this page. Thank you.

  • http://www.ventrue21.net Derrick Lee Bradshaw

    Are you looking to build a garage?

  • Lin

    The house is heated by an electric outdoor heat pump ..I have a a stored gas generator..is there a way to plug it into the heat pump and keep the heat flowing through the house?I noticed the newly replaced thermometer.. now digital has a button for emergency heat ..why? is there something built into the furnace? If so how do i find out by looking at it?
    I have a kerosene heater I do not want in the house..would it heat the uninsulated garage?
    A show on.. what do you have on hand around the house and how to make it work for you in the case of an emergency would be very informative.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1274649961 Stephen Devine

    Thanks Autumn! Be sure to give us your ideas on what kinds of projects you would like to see us tackle. You know, it would be great to build a garage. Why don’t you let us know how that goes, and take pictures! We would love to see how your garage progresses.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1274649961 Stephen Devine

    Lin, let me get with my HVAC experts and see what input we have for you on this very specialized request. I gut reaction is ‘of course!’ If you can think it up there is probably a way to make it work. Not all ideas are practical to implement. My brother once tore down a house he lived in, and he did keep the furnace to heat his new garage. His unit was natural gas, which probably made it easier. But let’s get my expert involved and give you a more solid answer. Emergency Preparation, check. Recovery resourcing, check. I will put them on the list.

  • tammyshank2

    great site

  • Unselfishheart

    Thanks for sharing such awesome ideas..love the show!!! Keep up the great work guys!!