Admit it, you’ve been putting off organizing your garage for a long time now – and it’s not just because of the spiders. If your garage looks more like the “after” shots in a disaster movie and less like a home for your car and outdoor equipment, Simple Spaces has solutions to help you out.
“Garages these days are used to store so much more than just our cars. With our busy family lives it is easy for all the clutter of bikes, sports equipment and gardening tools to get out of control!” says Laurie Robertson, one of our fantastic Design Consultants.
“Our garage solutions are an easy way for people to simplify their lives and get all that clutter up off the floor.”
Simple Spaces has tons of options for anyone who needs to spruce up their space and Laurie insists that variety is key.
“Our large tall storage cabinets with doors are a great way to keep things neat and tucked away which also protects them from all the dust and dirt our cars can bring in. I like to use a mix of these taller units with some lower cabinets with drawers to keep your tools and smaller items organized which also functions as a great workspace for those weekend projects.”
So, where do you start with the mother of all organizing challenges? The answer of course is location, location, location.
“When planning your garage space location is key, once we find the ideal location it’s just a matter or taking a good inventory of the items you need to store and then customizing the units to fit the space you have to work with. “
“We custom build each design in our onsite production facility allowing us to give you a completely custom design according to your specific requirements.”
Simple Spaces also offers options for those who need to make use of their wall space to free up valuable garage floor real estate.
“We offer a unique wall mounted tracking system called Omni Track, it’s a European product which has a large variety of accessories that are great for hanging your larger items like bikes, ladders and snow shovels. Getting organized helps you spend less time looking for things and more time playing with them!”