If you’re like many homeowners, space can be a rare commodity. We’re constantly searching for ways to store our belongings without throwing them on the floor, but eventually the space seems to run out. One of the most underutilized storage spaces in the home is the garage, and it’s waiting for you to use it. Here are a few ways to take back the garage and save square footage.
Cut the Clutter
Clutter is the enemy of free space! Those camping supplies you’ve never used are just sitting in the corner. That kayak you won’t be needing till summer is simply lying on the floor. For all the tools and supplies your family no longer uses, consider taking a trip to Goodwill or the Salvation Army. Once you’ve purged all the floor of clutter, look at all the new space you’ll have for storing whatever your heart desires.
For those belongings that you can’t get rid of, consider installing specialized hooks or shelves in your garage. You’d be amazed how much you can store on the ceiling. Removing your belongings from the ground reduces the number of hiding places bugs and critters can hide in. It’s also a good habit for protecting your feet from stepping on something sharp.
Create Specialized Storage
Cabinet storage tends to rewire your brain to see exciting new arrangement opportunities, especially for hobbyists. You can finally take your fishing gear off the floor and neatly store it away for later use. With customized cabinets you, you can enhance the value of your garage and make it a more pleasant place to visit.
If you’re hunting for more storage space in your house, consider saving square footage by updating your garage. For more ways to save space in your garage, give us a call at 214-494-9068.