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5 Ways to Transform your Garage Into a Storage Area
Is your home overflowing with stuff that you do not use all the time? Are you one of those people with bulging closet doors and kitchen cabinets crammed with everything from Halloween decorations to your adolescent daughter's artwork from 1st grade? If so, you might want to think about transforming your garage into a storage area or even an extra room that could be used as a spare bedroom or entertainment/party room.

Start with a well thought-out plan that facilitates organizing and overhauling the entire design of your garage. Don't just dive right in without first assembling everything you need. This usually results in simply "moving" garage items from one spot to another without accomplishing anything except perhaps finding something you thought you had lost a long time ago.

Instead, try following these steps:
1) Purchase several large plastic garbage cans and designate one or two as "keep" and the others as "throw away". If something is broken, don't keep it thinking you might get it fixed one day because you probably won't. Anything you haven't used within the last six months should be given away or sold in a garage sale.
2) After all items are categorized, look at what you have. Do you have a lot of tools, garden supplies, sports equipment? What about decorative seasonal items? Finally, how much of that stuff was laying on the floor and got damaged enough that you can no longer use it? Consider investing in sturdy garage floor cabinets that will safely contain expensive sports equipment. In addition, wall cabinets are great for keeping smaller tools from being lost or broken. You can also put lawn chemicals or fertilizers in cabinets that are equipped with secure locking mechanisms designed to prevent pets or children from accessing them.
3) Seasonal items that are only used once a year, such as decorations and sports equipment, can be conveniently placed in overhead storage rack systems where they will remain safe and free of accidental damage all year round. Most people don't think about their garage ceiling as a "storage" space but in actuality, there is a lot of it that is entirely usable. Ceiling storage racks come in a variety of sizes, with some capable of holding nearly 600 pounds of stuff. They can be lowered and raised easily using an electric remote control or manually via a pulley system.
4) Hooks are another excellent method of organizing your garage into a super-efficient storage area. Wall hooks also come in many sizes to accommodate the size of what you are hanging. Examples of items that can be stored securely by garage wall hooks are bicycles, lawn mowers, weed eaters, extra garden hoses and golf club bags. Remember to try to get as much of your stuff off the garage floor as possible for a neater, more streamlined garage.
5) If you plan on transforming your garage into something other than a garage, consider creating a new floor with flexible garage tiling available in many colors and designs. In addition, professional garage remodelers can install a window or two for a less "garage-y" feel as well as decorative lighting accessories and garage heating devices if necessary.

Garage renovation for storage or living space is a rapidly growing trend among homeowners who are searching for an affordable way to get more use out of their garage. Moreover, upgrading your garage is a great way to add value to your home that will continue appreciating in value over the years.


 
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