Are you getting stressed about your garage? This is a common problem with people living in Charlottesville. When it comes to re-organizing the garage, many homeowners feel overwhelmed and many avoid the topic all together. But it doesn’t have to be as complicated as it seems. The California Closets Charlottesville team put together three simple steps to get your garage in order for residents living in Chesterfield, Glen Allen, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Northern Neck, Richmond, Central Virginia, Harrisonburg City, Rockingham County or Augusta County.
- Create Customized Storage Cabinetry
After getting rid of everything you don’t need, create space for the things you do with customized storage cabinetry. Cabinetry is a great way to store your items because firstly, they provided deep, spacious storage, and secondly, they conceal everything from your seasonal décor to sporting equipment.
- Deep custom-designed garage storage cabinets stores everything from seasonal décor to sporting goods to tools.
- Durable drawers hold smaller items, including workshop accessories like nails, screws, and sandpaper.
- Baskets provide easy access to items that are often needed, like baseball gloves and balls or gardening supplies.
- Hang Everything on the Wall
Rather than crowding your items in a corner of the garage, utilize a Fusion Track Wall System to hang bikes, rakes and more to keep items off the floor and out of the way. This also creates more space for cars and project areas.
- Create a Workspace
For those who enjoy DIY projects or carpentry, a workbench is a great option for additional storage and weekend fun. Versatile storage options, including cabinets and Fusion Track Wall Systems, organize often-used tools and equipment for easy access.
Get started today on organizing your garage by contacting the Charlottesville California Closets team. You’ll receive a complimentary, in-home expert design consultation to discuss your unique budget and goals. Featured on Houzz, California Closets has been transforming homes across the country for nearly four decades.