Caroline W. Campbell November 11, 2019 Garage Cabinet
Real estate professionals point out that well-designed garage cabinets add to a home`s value in two ways. First, like all "improvements," they are inherently valuable to a buyer -- if the buyer can use them. And who ca not use storage solutions? Perhaps more important, it helps "de-clutter" the garage itself while helping to hide items that would otherwise clutter the house -- the kitchen, the utility room, the bathroom or closets generally. Crowded storage inside a house is a serious negative to potential buyers, so having storage, even in the garage, is a huge plus.
Here is a look at the advantages of going with such cabinets: 1. Price - the price is going to be much lower if you choose a plastic cabinet compared to metal cabinets. 2. Cleaning - plastic cabinets are very easy to wipe off and clean if items get spilled inside 3. Moisture - going with a plastic cabinet avoids any issues with moisture that other materials will encounter problems with. 4. Safety - unlike with steel cabinets, plastic cabinets lack the sharp edges or rougher textures associated with steel cabinets, making it safer for you and your family.
You ca not have a truly organized garage without garage cabinets! They are the best garage organizing resource any garage owner or even home workshop owner would look for to declutter their garage. Cabinets are available in a wide range of materials. From being weather proof, rust proof, and insect proof to just being sturdy enough to hold anything you can think of. They are also easy to fit into your budget, ranging from pegboards, heavy plastic, wood, to metal cabinets.
Wooden cabinets are certainly attractive furniture pieces. Costs vary depending upon the type of wood. Cabinets made from materials such as particleboard, and fiberboard, are also classified as wooden cabinets. Garage cabinets made from regular wood are more expensive, while those made from particleboard or fiberboard, are slightly cheaper. Likewise, cabinets made from regular wood last much longer than those made from other types of wood material.
The garage is often one of most neglected spaces of our home. The garage space is occupied with a wide variety of smaller tools like wrenches, spanners, jacks as well as larger equipment such as lawn mowers, weed eaters, leaf blowers, and snow blowers. Of course we also tend to store the not-so fragrant fertilizers and pesticides out there as well.
Recycled Garage Cabinets. A great way to set up with cabinets is to recycle kitchen cabinets, especially older ones which are made well. This method has many advantages, especially in cost and in not dumping perfectly usable cabinetry in a landfill. Cabinet doors can be painted or even removed for open shelving. Wall units can be stacked for floor-to-ceiling storage. You can get cabinets for free or a pittance from remodeling contractors or builders outlets such as a Habitat for Humanity Re-Store.