Melanie Hopkins November 13, 2019 Garage Cabinet
Garage cabinets made from plywood are more easily damaged when compared to the metal cupboards. Durability of plywood cabinets is less when compared with wooden cabinets made from regular wood. However, plywood cabinets are generally more or equally durable when compared to wooden cabinets made from other types of wood. Which of these cupboard types is ideal for a garage can be decided based on what is to be stored in it.
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.
The ceiling of your garage can be turned into a good garage storage option as well. These can hold your summer garden tools or stuff which are not safe to be in the reach of kids. The shelves and racks can be used for more frequently used items like wires, bulbs, tapes etc. The racks are usually useful for longer tools or things like shovels and rakes. These again are easy to put up and extremely useful and also cost effective and scores on the utility aspect too. A line of metal hooks in different sizes can also be used for hanging various tools.
A more common garage cabinet material is of course wood. Wooden cabinets are available in many styles and can be a great place to start for an inexpensive solution to garage storage. Wood cabinets can be constructed out of a variety of materials such as hardwood, plywood, particle board and MDF. They can come finished, unfinished or laminated with a variety of materials such as Formica or PVC. The shelving and frame construction and connection methods vary from simple nailed or screwed designs, to cam lock systems or dovetail joinery. It is important to choose a construction method appropriate to the cabinets intended use.
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.
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.