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April 30, 2018 0

5 DIY Remodel Tips for Custom Garage Interiors

Posted by:John Hutchins onApril 30, 2018

A custom garage interiors remodel doesn’t need to be as big of a project as it sounds. Simply adding some storage and eliminating clutter can make a world of difference. Many people hang on to items for years before deciding that they no longer need them. All those items in your garage make it appear to be more crowded. Eliminating the mess, renovating the flooring as well as adding storage might even create an area you’ll want to spend time in.
 
Here are five DIY remodel tips for custom garage interiors:
 
1. ELIMINATE EXCESS ITEMS
 
Chances are there is a lot of stuff in your garage. From sports equipment to lawn care items to boxes from when you relocated five years back, to name a few. When doing a custom garage interiors DIY remodel, your first step will be to eliminate clutter. Get rid of it if you don’t need it!
 
You can offer or donate things you do not need, get rid of useless things and also temporarily move the remaining items you are keeping. Get the whole family to help, and the job will be over before you know it!
 
2. ADD STORAGE SPACE
 
Before packing your lawn equipment and golf clubs into the garage, consider adding cabinets or storage in new custom garage interiors. Having storage space will help to organize and “hide” your items, giving the appearance of a neat and orderly garage.
 
The decision to do it yourself or call somebody with more experience rests on your understanding as well as skill. You can add storage racks to custom garage interiors relatively conveniently and also in a short quantity of time. Vertical storage racks will allow you to hang many items.
 
3. FOLD-DOWN WORKBENCHES
 
Calling all carpenters, tradesmen and also handymen! As opposed to taking up space in custom garage interiors with an oversized, irreversible job table, upgrade your work area with a foldaway workbench.
 
Wall-mounted folding workbenches offer an area to work and the ability to store your bench when not in use. A fold-down workbench allows you to easily fold it up when not in use and fold it down when in use.
 
4. MAGNETIC STEEL PANELS
 
Toolboxes offer safe and secure storage space. But, finding what you need is easier said than done when all the tools are together in a drawer.
 
Adding magnetic storage panels to custom garage interiors will allow you to freely display your tools on the wall. The storage panels will allow you to quickly find the tool you need while also allowing you to save the floor space your toolbox would have taken.
 
These magnetic steel panels are at your closest hardware store. If you’re searching for something more powerful, check Home Depot or another home improvement store. They may carry a heavier duty magnetic steel panel that will hold more weight. You simply hang the panels with a mounting bracket.
 
5. BUNGEE CORD WALL
 
If you have children that are in sports, you understand what it’s like trying to keep all the different items in order. Instead of placing sporting products in bins (or throughout the floor), one could easily add a bungee cord storage wall to your custom garage. A bungee cord storage area on the wall can help keep things neat and organized.
 
When new custom garage interiors are complete, at the very least, you’ll be able to find that weed wacker or garden supplies.
 
Usually, homeowners are seeking DIY projects to help save some cash. While you may not be able to complete everything you want in your remodel, there are some things you can do on your own.

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