Melanie Hopkins December 3, 2019 Garage Cabinet
The basic aim of a garage is to park your vehicle(s), but even after doing so a lot of space is left in the garage that you can use appropriately. Most of us use this space to store various items like paint boxes, garden tools and equipments, water pipes, old magazines and several other junk materials which can be use in repair or renovation in future. To store it all in an organized manner, so that it does not come in the way, a garage cabinet system is required.
When it comes to looking at the price for garage cabinets, it will vary by brand and size, but also by features. Here are some of the more common things to look for or keep in mind when you are looking at pricing for garage cabinets. Just like when buying a house, the quickest way to determine what you are getting for your money is by determining the price per cubic foot. This will give you a quick and easy measurement to start the comparison with. In addition, check the standard dimensions for height, width and depth so you can get a gauge of what you are going to be able to store inside. Pricing can range anywhere from as low as $11 per cubic foot to as high as $40 per cubic foot so it pays to examine the cabinets closely to see what features you are getting for your money.
To fulfill all your requirements of storing space in the garage, custom garage cabinets are ideal. Although you may find very attractive designs in readymade cabinets that you can just pick-up from the retail stores, a custom-made piece of furniture offers many more advantages. Though it might take a little more time to get in place, you have the advantage of getting it designed and fitted as per your requirements.
A garage is not a aesthetically pleasing place to the human eye. Not that is meant to be that anyway. It is just a garage you know. But, having said that, you do not want your garage to look like world war 4 just took place. You do not want to be savaging around in there to find something that is needed right away. You could even hurt yourself wading through the never ending piles of who knows what that has been put in there.
The hard plastic garage cabinets are very easy to mount and install, very durable and easily fit into any budget. The pegboard cabinets can be a home to smaller items, and steel cabinets let you store all the heavy stuff. The choice of the material and their colour can also add a little elegance to your garage. Watch out for jealous neighbours. The pegboard cabinets can also hold hooks inside their doors for the tools that get used frequently. This saves you from hassle of searching for them when you just want to get the job done!
What type of garage cabinets will add the most value? The answer to that question is two-fold. The first has to do with the inherent attractiveness, quality and style of the cabinets themselves. And the second has to do with flexibility and how well the storage solutions match with what a new buyer will likely want.