Garage Organizing Tips

Why Should You Organize Your Garage?

Having your own garage is necessary. It is a great place to store all your working tools, equipment, and cars. However, it can easily become overcrowded with too much stuff when it’s not properly organized. When things are left all over the floor of your garage then there won’t be enough space available to keep other things like bikes, play toys, and lawn care tools.

Getting Prepped

Before you start organizing your things in the garage, the most important thing for you to do is cleaning out the garage and deciding what things should be kept and what shouldn’t stay. You will also have to determine the type of storage that would work perfectly for your garage. Once these processes are done, you can start organizing the things you will store in the garage.


Remember not to rely on just the types of storage systems but also consider what each type can offer regarding the qualities, features, materials, prices and mounting options.


There are so many types of garage storage systems that can be very helpful. However, the most commonly used types are:

  • Cabinets
  • Shelves
  • Racks
  • Tools chest


You can decide which is preferably suitable enough for your garage.

Useful Tips

Create a Good Amount of Space

Firstly, you would love to have a maximum garage storage space where you can organize your fishing rods. In terms of organizing your finishing rods, you wouldn’t want your rods to get tangled. You will need a length of 3-in. Diameter PVC pipe and a foam swimming pool noodle for this specific garage storage system.

Build a Cabinet for Your Car Care Products

You would also create a cabinet for your car care products where all your auto lubricants, fluids, and other car care items would be organized. Start by building a wall storage space where you can mount a horizontal track and choose suitable hangers to slide your items like Spade, hammer, rake, and others.

Construct a System for Larger Items

You can create a kind of rakish wheelbarrow storage called the Gladiator Gear wall. So it could be possible for you to store some large awkward items like wheelbarrows safely by pegging them securely to the wall.

Create a Storage Space for Rolling Balls

You will need to construct a storage space for balls that roll like football, basketball, and volleyball. This type of storage system is called the Garage ball storage rack. This storage would help you mount those balls and corral them from rolling all over the places on the floor. You can use plywood, dowels, and even elastic cord to create this easy-to-make storage hack, customizing the size based on your own needs. There is also another type of garage storage for balls. It is the Corral sports gear. This kind of storage holds a herd of balls and easily allow your kids to grab the balls even from the bottom without unloading all the balls on top. It is built from 3/4-in. Plywood and 2×2s. The hook on Bungee cords can be safe and less hazardous for kids and adults alike.

Organize Your Recyclables

Another kind of storage you should know about is the recycling bin rack. It helps to recycle unwanted materials left on the floor and thus increasing a good amount of floor space. But there’s an easy project that’d get them up off the floor and out of the way to reserve more space on the floor. You can also add a simple shelf for additional storage with an adjustable height ceiling storage rack. You can easily hang shallow racks above the open garage door or even deeper shelf where your garage door track stops, to maximize your vertical space in your garage.

Install Ceiling Lights

You would also need to put ceiling lamps in your garage. Pull power light can be attached to the ceiling with a control switch. With this, you can just reach for your ceiling and pull down whatever cord you need.

For assistance with garage organizing, you could always hire a professional organizer.

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