You’ve finally gotten the last of your moving boxes put away and the garage of your new or new-to-you home is finally free and clear. You’re so excited to be able to finally make use of that space! Now that you’ve mastered the skills in Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, and you used the KonMari Method to clean your garage, it’s time to park your car in the space.
Although you love animals and would like to make sure all little animals remain safe and happy, you also don’t want rodents in your garage. Consider just how much damage some mice could do to the items you have there. They might chew through electrical wires and get into boxes. They could nest inside your holiday ornaments. They might even chew through the garage door opener, which you certainly don’t want.
Are your garage doors making creaking noises when opened and closed? If so, it could be an indication that the rollers on the doors need to be oiled or are deteriorated which is even more important for your family’s safety.
Bike Racks Help to Keep Your Garage Looking Great. Getting outside and getting some exercise on your bike feels great. You can head out to the trails, the beach, or the streets in your neighborhood while getting some fresh air and having a great time. When you own bikes, though, you need to be sure you are taking proper care of them and that you have a place to store them.
The best and easiest way to make sure your bike is stored correctly is by opting for a bike rack for your garage.
A work bench in the garage is always a great option. However, you might be at a loss on what you should be adding to your garage work bench to make it perfect. Let’s get started by checking out these five simple but effective ideas.