How long has it been since you've been able to pull your car into the garage, close the garage door behind you, open the car door and actually get out without smashing the door off of one thing or another? Wouldn't it be nice if you were able to park your car inside the garage this winter and avoid the need to scrape all of the ice and snow off of the car in the morning? Here, you'll find a few tips to help you clear out enough space in your garage to easily park in there through the worst season of the year.
Lease a Storage Unit
The fastest way to clear out the garage is to lease a storage unit nearby. This storage unit can be used to house all of the stuff that you have in the garage that you won't be needing until spring or summer. Things like the lawnmower, trimmer, and gardening tools can be removed from the garage and stored in the storage unit until spring. This will do two things — it clears the garage out and stores the items safely so they aren't damaged by rodents, insects, or moisture.
Tip: If you have a close friend or family member in the same position as you, consider sharing the storage unit. This way, you can share the cost of the unit and have more than enough space to house all of the things that are in the way around the house and garage.
Contact a company like Eagle Airport Car And Mini Storage to learn more about your self-storage options.
Eliminate Unused or Unneeded Items
Don't waste your time moving the things that aren't used or needed any longer into storage. You know that trimmer that's been sitting in the corner for two years waiting to be fixed? Well, it's time to get rid of it. The bin full of clothes that your kids grew out of a year ago can be donated. When things begin to get too tight around the house and in the garage, it's time to sacrifice some of the stuff that you really don't need. You'll feel so much better once you've cleared the clutter and can actually use the spaces within your garage and home.
Utilize the Rafters
There are some really great rafter organization kits available these days. This setup can be used to store the stuff that you do use, but don't use often enough to keep it down on a shelf in the garage. Utilize those rafters and free up the floor space.
These tips will help to clear out the garage so you can park inside it. Hopefully, it goes quickly and easily and you'll not spend a single morning scraping snow and ice off of your car this winter.Share
4 October 2019
Hello, my name is Stella Vincent. Welcome to my website about personal storage facilities. When I was a college-bound scholar, I had to decide if I would sell, throw out or store my belongings. Since I had so many high-value and sentimental items, I decided to store them until I returned from college. The process of selecting and setting up a storage facility was stressful because I did not know what to expect. Since then, I have learned the ropes and wish to share my knowledge with you all through this site. I invite you to come by anytime you need to learn more about acquiring a personal storage unit.