Garage Organization Logo Shopper Award
Order Tracking My Account Shopping Cart (0 Items)

Garage Storage and Organization Solutions

About Garage Organization Garage Organization Products Garage Organization Brands Garage Organization Specials Garage Organization Support Garage Organization Reviews Garage Organization Solutions
Toll Free: 877.233.3350
Product Categories

Garage Storage Systems
Premium Garage Cabinets
Garage Cabinets
Garage Overhead Storage
Garage Tool Storage
Garage Furniture
Garage Workbenches
Garage Wall Systems
Garage Shelves
Garage Flooring
Garage Appliances
Outdoor Living
Outdoor Cooking
Carports / Garages
Garage Accessories
Garage Bicycle Storage
Garage Work Surfaces
Ski / Board Storage
Utility Carts
Security Safes
Security Cabinets
Truck and Road Boxes
Garage Decor

Shop by Brand

All Things Cedar
Arrow Sheds
Bin Warehouse
Bull Outdoor Products
Chicago Brick Oven
Collectable Sign and Clock
Contur Cabinet
Creekvine Designs
Extreme Tools
Garage Gator
Garage Smart
Gazebo Penguin
Gladiator GarageWorks
Hollon Safe Company
KoKoMo Grills
Memphis Grills
Mesa Safe Company
Monkey Bars
NewAge Garage Cabinets
NewAge Garage Floors
NewAge Home Bar
NewAge Outdoor Kitchens
Paragon Outdoor
Quik Shade
Rhino Metals
Seville Classics
Speedway Tile
Sports Afield
Sunjoy Group
Swivel Storage Solutions
Timber Stoves
Tortuga Outdoor
Ulti-MATE Garage Cabinets
Winchester Safes
Workshop Vacs

Shop by Price Range

$0.00 – $25.00
$25.00 – $50.00
$50.00 – $100.00
$100.00 – $250.00
$250.00 – $500.00
$500.00 – $750.00
$750.00 – $1,000.00
$1,000.00 – $2,500.00
$2,500.00 – $5,000.00
$5,000.00 – $10,000.00
$10,000.00 and up

Shop by Color
We Accept
Is Your Garage the Most Dangerous Room in Your Home?
Do you have opened containers full of caustic or toxic substances sitting on your garage floor right now? Are cabinet doors broken and standing open, allowing children to easily access sharp and dangerous tools? How about nails and screws? Could a toddler find them laying out in the open on workbenches or on the floor, just asking to be picked and up and placed in his or her mouth? Finally, are canisters of antifreeze sitting on the floor where pets could find them?

Unbelievably, antifreeze has a sweet taste that attracts dogs and cats. Every year hundreds of pets are killed by consuming antifreeze that has been carelessly left out in the open because a garage owner has no place to store it.

If you answered yes to only one of these questions, you should really start thinking about converting your garage from a potentially fatal accident waiting to happen to a safe haven for all family members, including pets. The floor is the first place you should start.

Disorganized garages always have floors covered with stuff – old tires, electrical cords, garden tools and vehicle parts. Tripping over these items can break bones and fracture skulls, especially if a child is running through the garage. Floors stained with oil and grease can do the same thing. Eliminate the possibility of taking a family member to the emergency room because of these hazards by investing in wall shelves, heavy-duty cabinets and overhead storage systems. By having clean and empty areas in which to place items, you would be amazed how quickly floors are de-cluttered and the danger of tripping and falling is removed.

Once floors are clear of debris, you can further enhance the safety of your garage by laying epoxy coating containing a gritty substance that effectively reduces the chance for slipping and falling.

Cluttered walls are a danger as well. Ladders left leaning against walls instead of hung securely on sturdy wall hooks can fall over on small children who inadvertently jar walls and cause ladders as well as heavy shovels, garden tools and bicycles to crash on them. To prevent this type of accident, invest in enough wall hooks specifically meant to hold large, weight items and install them properly onto adjustable garage wall slats.

Other quick tips enhancing the safety of your garage include:
Mobile or stationary cabinets should be equipped with flip locks, deadbolts or electronic locks high enough to remain out of reach of curious fingers.
Install door alarms that sound when someone enters the garage
Place covers over electrical outlets in the garage
Flammable materials should either be disposed of or locked in metal cabinets
Always leave toxic chemicals in original containers
Improve safety by installing sufficient lighting in the garage, especially in work areas or children's play areas
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher immediately accessible in your garage. Hang them near the entrance on secure hooks or on shelving.
Ventilation is important in a garage, especially if using chemicals emitting strong fumes. Install ceiling fans and vents to keep enough fresh air circulating throughout the garage

The time and money you spend improving the safety of your garage will give you peace of mind and prevent unfortunate accidents from unnecessarily occurring in the future.

Free Shipping
Gladiator GarageWorks Appliances
Contur Garage Cabinets
Affirm 0% Intro APR
Proslat 8 ft. PROCORE PVC Slatwall Top Trim (2-Pack)
Slatwall Top Trim

$59.99  $39.99
Hollon Safe Company 2-Hour Home Safe with Dial Lock
Hollon Safe
2-Hour Home Safe
with Dial Lock

$507.95  $395.00
Sojag Genova 10 x 10 ft. Gazebo Curtains
Sojag Genova
10' x 10' Gazebo Curtains

$294.95  $209.95
Mesa Safe Company Depository Safe with Combination Lock
Mesa Depository Safe
with Combination Lock

$1,543.95  $1,075.95
Order Tracking   |   My Account   |   Shopping Cart   |   Shipping Policies   |   Returns & Exchanges   |   Privacy Policies   |   Terms of Sale   |   Terms of Use   |   Website Security   |   Sitemap