4 Tips to Declutter your Garage

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Because they are big, open, and inviting spaces, garages are often the home of an eclectic number of things ranging from a suitcase that can’t fit in the closet to shoes you are hesitant to throw away.

Eclectically dumping things in the garage is not just inconvenient and an eyesore, but also a danger to a person who may easily trip and fall. Therefore, it is very important to declutter your garage and neatly organise it so that everything in there has its place.

Read these tips to declutter your garage and learn how to transform your garage from a cramped, untidy, topsy-turvy space to a neat, organised, and beautiful room.

1. Utilise the vertical and ceiling space

The vertical and ceiling spaces provide you with real estate to use to store lots of equipment that disorderly lie about on the garage floor.

For example, instead of just parking your bike leaning on the wall, head to the nearest hardware store and procure simple clips that you’ll use to suspend the bike from the wall. You may also get sturdy racks from bicycle shops, and these racks will prove immensely useful in the storage of your bike and its accessories.

You may also fasten hooks and install shelves on the wall to store things such as skateboards and rollerblades. These will free up lots of floor space so that it will be easier to park your car. Folks with an organised garage can attest that it feels good always to drive to a clean and neat space.

Don’t forget the ceiling space. You can create a suspended hanging storage system that you can shelf things you rarely use. The system should include storage rails into which you may slide large plastic totes. But you should ensure the storage rails are sturdy and strong enough to forestall any future accidents. Plus, the things you slip into the storage rails shouldn’t be too heavy.

2. Before you begin to reorganise, take as much as possible out of the garage

One of the best ways to get a good idea of what you are working with and how much space you have is to take out as much as possible. You can then look at the space as a blank canvas and begin fitting things in one by one. Moreover, working with a clean slate’ is a surefire way of wisely deciding on the areas to designate for certain activities.

3. Give away or dispose of things you will no longer use

There are items that take up lots of valuable space that you’ll no longer need. Some of those things will be of immense help to another person; therefore, donate them. In case they are not worth donating, toss them. Many folks attest to the fact that clearing out clutter can be incredibly satisfying.

4. Hire a rubbish removal service

You may find the decluttering of your garage such a herculean task. Don’t fret: you can contract a rubbish removal company to remove all the rubbish and all things that you intend to dispose of the garage.

You only need to choose the removal service wisely. Contact Paul’s Rubbish Removal for a fast, efficient, and inexpensive rubbish removal in Sydney.

We’re able to provide same-day rubbish collection and have your garage looking spotless in no time!

Sarah Ann

Sarah Baker is a Digital Content Writer for Paul's Rubbish Removal. Sarah is a huge advocate for recycling, environmental sustainability, health and well-being and has a genuine love for all sea animals. Keep up with Sarah by following Paul's Rubbish Removal blog!
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