Tips on How to Organize Your Garage
the transition area in your garage —
the space that is reserved for hanging coats and
taking off boots with a spot to place packages,
groceries or mail when you’re arriving home
and opening the door.
determine the need it now zone —
this is the area that will provide quick and easy
access to the things you use often – dog food
and leash, soft drinks, recyclable bin.
elevation zones —
high areas for seasonal or lightweight items such
as exterior lights or ice chests. Reserve lower
areas for the kids to store and easily access their
shin guards and soccer balls.
the yard and maintenance tools area — this zone should be for those tools that
are long and thin-like rakes, brooms, shovels
and hoes. Reserve another zone for items that are
large but can be kept out of the way for months
at a time — like snow tires and camping equipment.
out a specific area for your hobbies and passions — whether you enjoy gardening or fishing,
working with wood or working on your car, you can
set up a perfect place in your garage that will
provide ample space for you to organize all of your
tools and equipment.
Garage Zones and Placement Area Illustration.
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