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Garage InteriorTraditional Garage, Toronto

Elegant two-car garage photo in Toronto —  Houzz
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terrigio wrote:February 4, 2015
  • Dan Simes

    Yes, can you please tell us about the double bike hooks?

  • Jeff Bridges

    Now that is a very organized garage. I have a 2 car garage but I can barely fit a small car in it at the moment. I have a lot of things stored in there. I don't use it much anymore because the garage door isn't working. As soon as I get a new garage door installed I'll have to try an organizing project like this. Those bike racks would really come in handy! http://www.billingsoverheaddoorcompany.com/service-and-parts.html

esquireblue wrote:June 1, 2014
  • gaelay
    We want to know about the mats!
  • Doug Abbott
    The mats are from Garage Living. http://www.garageliving.ca/
    Not sure if they are still available, they were purchased a few years ago.
    Cheers
Mara Wallace wrote:June 1, 2014
  • Doug Abbott
    Hello, we made the workbench out of scrap wood we had left over.
    Cheers
mobuchek wrote:January 29, 2014
  • Doug Abbott
    Sorry, we do not have that information on file.
ekindig6 wrote:February 3, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    cleaningcoach
    Leslie Reichert added this to Get Your Garage Ready for WinterAugust 25, 2018

    5. Blow It AwayNext you can use a leaf blower to push out all of the fine dust and dirt. Start at a rear corner of the garage and work your way out. You can also use the blower on the walls if everything has been cleared out. If not, use a wet-dry vac on the walls to remove dust and cobwebs.

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to Your Guide to a Totally Organized Home in 10 WeeksDecember 30, 2016

    7. Garage. While the garage might be at the bottom of your organizing list, it’s an important room. You don’t want to fall into the trap of decluttering your home only to find that what you really did was just move all the clutter into the garage, which oftentimes is the first thing most people see when they arrive home. Save this task for a nice-weather week so you can enjoy some sunshine while you purge the garage, separating important memorabilia, holiday decorations, tools and other things you want to keep from everything else that you can donate, sell or throw away.It might sound daunting, but you’ll want to remove everything from the garage, then vacuum or sweep. Next, it’s time to address storage systems, thinking of ways to get items off the floor. Get the seven-day plan for an organized garage

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Your Guide to a Spotless, Beautifully Organized HomeJanuary 27, 2015

    Garage. Ready to reclaim some space in your garage? This plan can help. Get help deciding what to keep and what to toss, learn the best methods for cleaning up oil stains and — once you’ve cleared and cleaned — make your own storage map, so you never have trouble finding what you need again.Getting started: Take a moment to set up several areas for hazardous waste, garbage, recycling, things to donate, things to sell and things to keep. Rent a Dumpster if you need it, but keep in mind that you should be able to recycle, donate or sell most of what you no longer want or need. Once you have your zones in place, begin pulling things out of your garage and sorting them. (Don’t try to sort stuff in your garage — you won’t be able to really clean or organize your garage if you try to sort it in place.)What to keep:Important memorabiliaThings you have used within the past 12 monthsThings you have a definite plan to use in the near future (such as workout gear you forgot you owned)Spare materials for your home, such as paint and tileGet rid of everything else.Get the 7-day plan

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    HU-267349298 added this to garageDecember 24, 2019

    As well as making way for your car and it being more aesthetically pleasing, a clear floor is also important for health and safety. If you’re trying to pull out the lawnmower, or take a bicycle off a hook, you need to be able to do so with ease. Having clear floor space allows you to move items out of the way, and get to everything safely. It also gives you a landing spot for the items you’re pulling out.

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