Garage Storage Done Right!
Why should your garage storage area be any different than the rest of your home? Put those empty spaces to work, and you won’t be sorry. For one thing, you will be able to find anything, even tools, Christmas decorations, cleaning supplies, and anything else that you don’t have room for in your cramped house. Wire shelving work wonders, and the items on them will be visible, and yet out of the way, and off the floor. Remember you still have to park your car in there. A great place to install these wire racks is right over the garage door. There is typically 2-3 feet of overhang that makes installing these rack systems the perfect fit. It is a perfect place to store those holiday decorations. Remember the area is not covered and it will be exposed, so there will some dust, so get large storage bins. You may want to use clear or you color bins, such as Orange for Halloween, Brown for Fall & Red or Green for Christmas. Install cabinets on the walls for those frequently used items. It will give your garage that clean and finished look that you want. There are plenty of cool options to trick out the garage in more ways than you thought imaginable. You can have the standard White Cabinets, Powder Coated Red or even stainless steel. Whatever the color combination, whatever the texture and look you're going for; it's available in the garage storage industry. The flooring in the garage is one not to be forgotten. It is a huge design element in how cool your garage will look. I've seen floors that are black and white checkered that makes you want to dance, to textured chip coating to concrete so smooth, you could practice for your next Curling event on…. Get hooks to hang bicycles on, or tools hung on the inside of a cabinet door. If you still want your garage to look as good as it feels you could always hang drywall on the sides and even the ceiling. Then you have a place to really hide all your stuff. To start your search for a pre-approved and pre-screened Garage Specialist in San Diego, I highly recommend http://www.SDHomeNet.com. Before you know it your garage will be big enough for your car.