This past week has gone by incredibly fast! I have a number of new projects on the go, one of which is organizing a garage for someone special: my son. He recently purchased an old classic car which he plans on tearing down and renovating. This means getting organized in the garage so he can work efficiently and find what he needs when he needs it. One of the main points in garage organizing is to look up. Sometimes we need to reclaim valuable space with overhead storage units. Items that are used infrequently, such as fishing or camping equipment, are great candidates for loft storage. Also, we will be creating a central location to house all automotive equipment and tools needed for this classic car project. A 5 shelf resin storage unit will do the trick. Another area will be created to house his sports gear, such as balls, shoes, hats, bats. A large square net will be affixed to the garage wall which will stretch to accommodate these items very well. We’ll also be using hooks to hold gear off the floor, such as ladders, shovels, and garden equipment. And lastly, we will create a 6 foot workbench along one of the side walls above which we will be constructing two 6 foot shelving units to hold large automotive parts. I’m looking forward to getting this completed for him in the next couple of weeks and will post some photos for you to see.
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