Garages are one of the most common areas people have difficulty keeping in order. Most people perceive them as one giant storage bin, a catch-all area for things that really don’t have a place. These things add up and start going vertical after the horizontal space has been covered. In some cases, it is almost like living with a landfill attached to your house. Along with having a sore view to look at and live with, it is also a potential safety hazard!
Do you use your garage to park your car? Or do you use it to store your stuff? If you said “Yes” to the second question and “No” to the first, you’re not alone. Only about 30 percent of us store our cars in our garages. But we’re here to tell you your garage can be both: somewhere to park your car, and – to quote George Carlin – “a place for your stuff.”
In June 2010, our general manager, Eric Wheary, was featured in
a garage makeovers article in House & Home magazine. (The magazine is distributed in both Bucks and Montgomery Counties, PA.) The article was called "Modernize your garage to obtain a streamlined, stylish space."