Category: garage

4 Ways to Keep Order in Your Garage During the Winter

The chill of winter can wreak havoc on more aspects of life than you might initially think. You garage can easily fall victim to snow melt, ice, and other negative

How to Handle Snow Melt in Your Garage

Snow, a beautiful weather occurrence that can produce picturesque landscapes and serene evenings. However, there is a counterpart to everything in life, and one of the downsides of snow is

3 Ways Your Garage Can Go Green

Going green has been a popular topic in recent years, and most people are familiar with the term. But how much do we really know about what it takes to

6 Ways to Improve Your Garage in 2016

With a new year come a new slate of resolutions–naturally. According to some statistics, 40% to 45% of all Americans make a new year’s resolution. The goal of many: improvement.

3 Great Garage Painting Ideas

Knowing you want to upgrade the look of your garage is step 1, step 2 and beyond is how to go about it. One of the major choices to make

How Much Value Does a Garage Add to a Home?

The home garage is where you park your car, store your stuff, and, for some, it is a retreat; a place to workout or relax. Home garages have become a

How to Get Your Dream Garage On a Budget

Homeowners are proud of their homes, and a home includes a garage. Lots of times garages can become neglected because many of us don’t want to invest a ton of

5 Tips for Storing a Bike in Your Garage

As the cold, wet weather approaches, finding the best way to safely store your bicycle becomes a priority. If you have a garage, storing your bicycle or bicycles there is

5 Ways to Prep Your Garage for Summer

Summer is here! Time to break out the sunblock and sunglasses and enjoy some warm weather! Summer is also a great time to do a yearly check-up on your garage.

Storage Solutions: How to Maximize Your Garage Space

It seems like an ever-present problem for Americans: getting the most out of your garage for your storage needs. One report found that approximately 25% of Americans say that their