If a garage floor is filled with clutter, one of the things occupying some of that valuable floor space might be one or more sets of tires. A larger 3 or 4-car garage owner may be able to stash their spare tires in a corner and still have enough space for the garage to be functional and allow for indoor parking. In smaller garages or even large garages where every parking spot is occupied, however, those extra tires can infringe on the space that is needed to use the room how you want. A home tire storage system is the perfect solution for anyone who has encountered such a problem. Here’s everything you need to know about storing extra tires in the garage properly.
By Chi Whitley Housing prices have increased by 81.5% in the United States over the last decade. This has caused homeowners to rethink moving to a larger home and seniors looking to downsize are more reluctant to re-enter the housing market.
As gas prices soar to record highs and are expected to keep climbing in the immediate future, electric vehicles are looking more appealing to consumers. Whereas electric vehicles (EVs) were once viewed as a fad or novelty, now it’s widely agreed that electric mobility is the way of the future – whether some of us are ready or not.
Anyone who owns a house should have a home garage inventory, along with a detailed list of everything else that’s being kept under their roof.
It’s a hot summer day and you’re in the garage exercising or working away on a project. A cold, refreshing beverage is calling your name, so you open your garage fridge and grab a beer, soda, or water. Having a fridge in the garage is undeniably handy in such a scenario. Is it practical or even responsible to have a second fridge running in your home, though?
Minimalism is in.
Is your garage a space that attracts dust like a magnet, despite your best cleaning efforts? Household dust comes from many sources. Pet dander, clothing fibers, dead skin cells, dirt, pollen, dead insects, and particles from paint, wood, and home building materials are just some of the things that create dust.
April showers bring May flowers. April showers may also make things a little messy before you can enjoy the blooms of spring. You may find layers of dirt covering your driveway, walkways, and your unfinished garage floor, however, we have some solutions to help you manage spring cleaning with ease.
Garage floors work hard when dealing with constant foot and vehicle traffic. They also have to contend with exposure to dust, dirt, mud, spills, automotive fluid leaks, and rainwater.
A small garage definitely makes it a challenge for a homeowner to get a satisfying level of functionality out of their space.