By Guest Author: Chad Gookin
If you are like many, storage space in a home is at a premium. Due to a lack of storage space inside the house, people are forced to utilize their garage to store everything from tools, bikes, sports equipment, lawn care equipment, tubs, boxes, cords, hoses, and countless other space-hogging items. Getting to park your automobile has become a luxury rather than a certainty.
Your garage can accumulate clutter and junk in a hurry. So, is our car destined to suffer hail damage from being parked outside? Not necessarily. Here are some handy tips to help maximize your garage space:
Install a fold-down workbench. For many households, a garage is also the place for projects, and this can pose a major problem because many workbenches eat up a lot of valuable floor space. Look into adding a wall mounted, folding workbench. This can be a great space-saving alternative because it offers the workspace you need when working on a project, and folds-down when you aren't using it-freeing up all sorts of space.
Making more efficient use of your garage space does not have to be an expensive process. It just requires a bit of vision. Hopefully these tips give you a good start on ridding your garage of the clutter, and makes your garage much more user-friendly.
If you have never heard of a fold-down garage workbench before, you're not alone. There aren't many that many out there, but as discussed before, it can help maximize your work space without sacrificing floor space. If this sounds like an option you're interested in, check out this folding workbench by Bench Solution. They also invented IdealWall--which is a high-quality slatwall paneling system. This isn't your standard pegboard. It's attractive, durable and versatile. It's easy clean and is mold and waterproof. It's a great way to store everything from nails and screws to bicycles and sports equipment. Good luck on maximizing your garage space!
Chad Gookin writes for Metro Studios in Cedar Rapids, IA.
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