Ever wondered if there can be a balance between owning the best tools available in the market and having them organized in a neat kept space? Well let me tell you my friend, this is very possible, you just need to get creative. Believe me; you don’t need to spend lots of money to get your garage looking the way you wanted to. There are a lot of DIY options out there, you just need to run a little research and that’s where I come in. Here are some ideas to achieve getting the most organized and neat garage anyone has ever seen.
Make a shove rack for your gardening tools
Gardening tools take up a lot of space and by making this shove rack not only will your garage look very clean and organized but also there will be lots of space to place other things. This rack will be just perfect for tools like shovels and rakes.
Metal shelves will be your organizing buddies
Like the racks mentioned before, metal shelves can also be placed on walls which means there will be lots of space left on the floor to organize and place tools. These can also be used to place plastic totes that are also used to organize and separate tools.
Make the most out of the walls
I’m guessing you already saw a pattern here right? Your walls will be your best go to option when it comes to organizing your garage space. Another great thing you can do with both the racks and metal shelves is hang stuff on them. So, make sure you also get hanging systems to keep making the most out of your wall space.
Don’t forget about your garage ceiling!
I know, I know, you must think I’m crazy for suggesting on placing stuff on your ceiling, but hear me up. You can create a sliding storage system to place boxes on your ceiling that will obviously be great for separating and storing tools like screws. Also, you can use plastic bins. Notice how all these options are very cheap and easy so there are really no excuses for keeping a dirty unorganized garage.
Another great way so save up garage space is by resorting to tool rental because once you are done using them, there is no need to store them in your garage, you just have to take them back to the tool rental company.