Garage. Tuesday , April 10th , 2018 - 06:33:48 AM
Measure the floor space that is available. Now determine how much of that space you will need to park your car in and then have room to move around them. If size is an issue at this point there are shelves for home garage use available that actually hang from the rafters and never touch the floor. With this type of shelving in place you can still have all the floor space for car parking that keeps your cars under the storage area. The shelves can either be of chrome wire or rubber coated wire and not take up a lot of space.
Ramps for Lifting The first type we’ll speak of are ramps. Car ramps can be used to elevate the front end or back end of a vehicle. One ramp goes to each tire and they lift the car about 6" to 18" off the ground. They are reliable supports because the tires rest on them, making a slip or accident almost impossible.
You can utilize your workbench to finish your garage. Insulating and dry walling your garage will help keep it measurably warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. If you have any attic space in your garage, you can put some plywood up there to create a significant amount of available storage space. Then, dry wall the bottom of the trusses and install a hinged access door about 2 and a half feet wide and 6 feet long to get all of your things in and out of your new storage space. You can also protect your garage floor from automotive fluids and winter slush with a floor covering such as paint, epoxy, or garage floor tiles.
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