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Organising the garage is something many of us dread. Clutter builds up in the garage over the years leaving one headache to deal with when tidying. We’ve decided to help you along in this process with these great tips to organise your garage.
First things first, the purge. Going through everything in the garage and throwing away unused and unwanted items will save you a lot of space. Anything not used in the last year is usually a good market of what to throw away or keep.
Making the most of your walls is easily one of the best ways to create space in your garage. This can be done in a few ways such as tool organisation. Our personal favourite is the add a magnetic board or wall panel. This will allow you to store your tools very simply in whatever fashion or organisation system you want.
Another good wall storage solution is to add shelves. Although this sounds simple and is probably already something you have in your garage, using full length shelves creates much more space.
Another good way to start the organisation process is to get boxes. Large garden bins are very common and fairly cheap to buy. They can create a great storage system for all those small items that clutter up the garage. These boxes should be organised and most importantly labelled. A good way to make labels for boxes that have a changing content is to buy stick on whiteboard.
A space many people forget about is the ceiling. There are a few ways to make use of this space. Having proper fitted storage is one solution which can be quite costly however creates a lot of space. The second slightly cheaper alternative is to make use of the boxes from tip 2. By screwing in some 2x2s to the ceiling followed by 1x4s attached to these leaves you with sliding rails great to store the boxes.
These tips should help you in the long process of sorting your garage. Stay tuned to our blog section and social media pages for more tips and tricks from us at the Cleanhome Franchise.