Spring is upon us, which means it’s time to clean out your garage. While the thought of getting rid of all the clutter filling up that area of the house is exhausting within itself, there are some simple solutions you can take to make this process a whole easier. Take a look at them below:
1. Overhead Storage
- If you don’t want to spend a lot of money and time building a loft in your garage, this is your best option. With an overhead storage unit in place, you can get many of those items found scattered on your floor, now completely out of the way. Remember though, since these materials will now be in a hard-to-reach spot, we recommend placing those items you don’t use very often there.
2. Slat Wall
- Unlike the overhead storage unit, here you can keep items off the floor without putting them in an area that you can barely get to. That’s why a lot of retail stores use slat walls. You can even employ different sized hooks and shelves to fit into your horizontal slats, giving a customized look with little effort. Don’t forget, those hooks are strong, so they can hold items like skis and lawn chairs.
3. Commercial Cabinetry
- When you want to bring some organization to the items in your garage, commercial cabinetry is for you. Here, you can stack and categorize all of your materials with the shelves found in the cabinet. However, there’s no building required. We suggest buying one that has legs to stand on, because this will help you avoid any water issues in the future.
4. Multipurpose Bench
- Why not eliminate some clutter from your garage, while bringing upon some comfort to the room? That’s exactly what you get with a multipurpose bench. This product allows your garage to look neat and tidy, with its hooks and cubbies. Then, there’s the padded seat located on the bench, giving you a spot to sit down and take in the sights and sounds of all that surrounds you.
- There are so many perks that come with pegboards. They’re simple to put together in your garage, super affordable and most importantly, effective. Even though pegboards can hold just about any item in your workspace, most people use them to hang their tools on.
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