If you got some ideas for you garage organizing? Perhaps you need some help with garage organizer ideas. Either way we can help you. We love helping home owners get the perfect results they are looking for with all their handyman projects especially when it comes to there organized garage.
Want to Declutter Your Garage
Your garage is often a dumping area for whatever will not fit into the house. You know your garage needs a serious overhaul, can you set aside enough time to put it right? Well maybe you need to enlist our help. If your garage has room for everything except a car, don’t worry. Organizing a garage is a job we can do in just a day or two. You’ll know exactly what you have and where it is.
the first step of organizing a garage is to look through the space and determine what items should or can be stored together, such as:
- Gardening supplies and tools
- Sports and hobby gear
- Seasonal items, such as holiday decorations
- Household tools and hardware
- Automotive tools and supplies
- Paints and combustibles
- Garbage and recycling
For items that you’re getting rid of, sort into three piles: recycle, toss, and donate.
After you’ve sorted, clean your garage from top to bottom. This is a great time to remove stains from your concrete floor. It’s also an ideal time to paint. We can do that too!
Plan Select and Install
Now the fun part putting it all together, just how you want it, your newly organized garage. We will help you in this process if you need us to. Now it’s time to draw up a plan. Use grid paper and note measurements, windows and doors, and utilities. Also determine how much room you’ll need for your car. Mark zones for storing your things.
- Garden tools work best near the door.
- Trash and recycling should be within easy reach.
- Seasonal items can be stored out of the way.
Keep in mind some zones might overlap with overhead storage or shelves. you may want a traditional workbench. It is ideal for weekend projects. Low cabinets are multi-functional you can add a top for use as a workbench.
Use versatile pegboard for a custom layout of hand tools and storage containers. Outline the tools on the pegboard to indicate when something is missing. Use drawers for small tools and cabinets for larger items. Some cabinets even have locks for added security and safety. If children are in the home, consider locking cabinets for storing combustibles or tools that could be dangerous.