If you ever find yourself wishing for more space in your garage, there's a solution that doesn't involve tearing down walls. By making the most of your ceilings and walls, you can maximize the space you already have in your garage without undertaking an expensive renovation project.
Let Boston Garage show you how it's done.
1. Get Rid of Unused Items
Take stock of everything in your garage and decide what you really use and what you don't. Then, decide if some items could be better stored elsewhere in your home. Maybe some things are better in the attic or in an interior closet. Others might be better in a basement, crawl space or outdoor storage shed, if you have one. Getting extraneous items out of the garage will make way for tons of new space for storage and garage wall organization.
2. Identify Underused Spaces
Here are some ways to incorporate overhead storage in your garage.
- Overhead Shelving
- Storage Lofts
3. Look at Your Garage Wall Organization
- A Slat System
- Custom Cabinets
Custom cabinets are available in a variety of finishes that adds a sleek, modern look to your garage. Coordinate your cabinets with a new epoxy floor coating and you'll have a garage you can be proud of. Review color samples on our website.
- Bike Hooks
Don't overlook the ceiling and walls when you're looking for ways to organize your garage. You may never have realized just how easily these spaces can be customized to your needs.
If this sounds like a lot to tackle on your own, call in the professionals. At Boston Garage, we have years of experience helping homeowners create garage storage systems that free up floor space to park a car, work on projects or just hang out. Give us a call and we'll be happy to perform an onsite consultation. Reach us at 781-836-5145 or use our handy online form to request a free assessment and quote.