Dominique Crouch November 16, 2019 Garage Cabinet
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.
There is a huge variety of garage cabinets to choose from. Some can even be locked and are relatively secure. Stash your roller blades or your snow shovels away safely. Keep the kids toys off the floor. If you want a garage cabinet as a mini work station, then you can purchase the rolling ones for easy working with storage below. Sturdy industrial grade materials are used lately to enable the increasing weight capacity of garage storage cabinets and shelves for heavy, bulky items like fertilizer bags and power tools. These garage cabinets can be wall mounted in case space is an issue. Open and closed cabinets with solid backs are available wherein the structure itself is an integral part of the design. The sleek cabinets come in steel, aluminum, diamond plate, and wood finishes with a variety of high grade hardware features. Some cabinets are also made of plastic, although these tend to break down pretty rapidly and need replacement. The cabinets not only look good but score high on strength, durability and functionality.
When you approach a carpenter or a company that provides custom garage cabinets, you have the basic idea about what all you want to store and in which part of the garage to do it. Rest of the designing is done by the professionals. They may include already existing shelves in the design; create a corner cabinet to utilize more space or combining it with hanging units and a working table top.
Garage cabinets are the perfect solution for storing and organizing tools, garden supplies, and sports equipment. There is nothing more frustrating than not being able to find the things you need in the random piles that are all too often found in the average garage. With adequate storage in garage cabinets, you can even park your car in the garage with room to spare.
So do not think of your installation of garage cabinets as an expense. Think of it as an investment. The estimates that a good garage space can add $5,000 to $10,000 onto the resale value of the house. Not only will you be able to enjoy using your garage more, but you will be able to recoup most or all of the money spent on the garage storage solutions. And do not forget to USE the cabinets to "de-clutter" the garage and the house when it comes time to sell your home. As your listing agent will point out, "If a buyer sees your stuff scattered around, they will assume the house is not large enough to hold the buyer`s stuff either."
Consider floor space. Is your garage big enough to hold both your car and still leave room for a cabinet? This will tell you what type of garage cabinet plans you should be getting. There are certain types of garage cabinet plans which require you to build the cabinets directly into the walls and there are those garage cabinet plans which require you to build the cabinets separately and then have them installed in the garage. There are certain advantages and disadvantages to each type so the easiest way you can decide is by checking out if the garage cabinet plans are appropriate for your garage size.