We know garage organization is a hot button for our clients. Here are some great ways to help you make the inside of your garage look as lovely as the outside (especially if you have one of our beautiful new garage doors).
What do you think of these tips on garage storage, Sioux City?
Get garage mess off the floor.
It's no fun to get tripped up on garage messes. When you've done it for the last time, consider installing a cabinet and shelving system that can be customized to your needs. While a big investment up front, organization systems like this one can actually save you money over time, especially when you consider not having to replace lost or broken items, as well as the time saved looking for things.
Over and Out. Of the way.
If your walls are packed with shelves, hooks, and cabinets, the only place left is up. Hanging shelves, like the one pictured here, take advantage of a garage's relatively untapped square footage. Because these shelves will be harder to get to, use them for long-term storage. Things you use once a year--or less often--are perfect for overhead garage storage.
Accessible is relative.
Of course, if you need access to yourself easily and all the time, you can do what this homeowner did: hire a company to build a motorized pulley system that raise and lower overhead garage storage bins with the flip of a switch. This is a great solution for people who don't feel comfortable on ladders or who want access to their items quickly and easily.
Know Where You've "Bin"
Instantly feel organized by lining up a bunch of identical totes labeled with their contents. Doesn't this row of bins on shelves make you feel better just looking at them? Plastic storage containers like these effectively keep out pests and bugs; while they may not be airtight, they are certainly an improvement over cardboard boxes.