Hangar Home Architecture And Information

by KenRisley on January 21, 2014

If you are a pilot and own your own personal plane, you may have to pay a high fee each month to store the plane in commercial hangars. You don't have to continue paying this fee if you own a house with its own hangar. The art of hangar home architecture will allow you to have all the creature comforts you expect from a house, but with a place to store your beloved plane as well. This type of dwelling requires a designer to help you draw up a design that is right for you. There are a lot of technical aspects to building this kind of home, so it is best to not only get a professional with plenty of experience in hangar home design. The architecture of this kind of structure must be planned out in advance, so ensure you are hiring a reputable company or individual. If you are unsure of the reputation of the designer, the easiest way to get information is to check online. There are many review sites that allow past customers of company or individual to voice their opinions on the service they received. Building this kind of house is a huge investment, so it is worth it to take the time to find and eventually choose your hangar home designer. Once you have settled on one, he or she will help you design the house of your dreams. They will need to know what kind of plane you have, since this will determine how high the hangar ceiling has to be, which is important because if you want it to blend in with the rest of the house. The designer must also ask whether you plan to keep a gas tank in the hangar. Details like this, and many more, will determine just how your finished home will look once it has been built. You can even opt to have the hangar as a completely separate structure near the home to reduce noise and smells inside your home. Your home can have any look you want, from modern and angular to old-fashioned. It can have as few or as many bedrooms as you like; it all depends on your budget and how large of a property you have. These kinds of homes can be made to look just like a regular home so that the plane is only visible when it is leaving the hangar. A builder with experience on this type of project should also be able to advise you about where you can build the house. Most cities don't allow for civilians to land their own planes within city limits. You'll like need to find a fly-in communities, where it is perfectly legal, and in fact encouraged, for homeowners to have their own planes. No matter if you are a new pilot or a seasoned veteran of the skies, if you own your own plane, it behooves you to look into hangar home architecture. No matter how large a house you have and what style you like, a house can be built for you and your plane. This will cut down on storage fees and give you the freedom to fly anytime and anywhere.