Small adjustable shelves can be built between the studs and provide great storage space for small items such as jars, cans, bottles and for organizing and storing screws and nails. These storage spaces are built by attaching a series of 1x2 wood strips horizontally to the inside edges of two adjacent studs, approximately six inches apart. Also cut some 1x4 and 1x6 pieces of lumber, slip them on top of the 1x2 where they should fit between the studs very nicely.
Spending time researching the different types of storage available, and selecting the design that will work best for you is the first thing to do. Finding the ideal shelving units for your garage will enable you to organize the space quickly and effectively. Basic garage shelving is ideal if you only have a few items to store, although they are not designed for heavy items. Certain pieces of equipment and tools need to be stored on the correct shelving; this will ensure that both the item and the garage do not get damaged. You should try not to fill all of the floor area with shelves and try to use both the walls and ceiling. Using these as well as the floor is the ideal solution to your clutter problem.
Let's look at shelving since it is the one used most frequently. Shelving can be found in two main forms: 1) site-built and 2) prefabricated.
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