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Old 06-14-2017, 12:11 PM   #11
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Garage storage

I used shelving across the front of my garage and it is amazing how much stuff you can keep organized.
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Old 08-08-2018, 05:19 AM   #12
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I have a 3 car garage with a 2 car space about this size. Unless you drive a midget car or park outside it's just NOT enough room for 2 cars to comfortably park inside and have any sort of real work bench or storage space. If you have, or get, a truck -- fahgetta about it!

My previous house was a custom build with a 25' x 25' two car garage. I would have liked more but that was a compromise I made with budget. And for two cars, it was a pretty good choice. It offered a comfortable space to park 2 daily drivers and have ample storage and work space. At the time I even had a zero turn mower stuff in there.

It wouldn't cost you much more to expand your 2 car to these dimensions and you would be much, much happier. Still do the other things mentioned, but when building -- make sure you get good "bones" to start off.

One last thought -- if possible, leave yourself a good sized attic above that you can floor and use as storage. I have one above mine and it has been a life saver!

The most valuable real estate in your garage is the floor space, so you need to think up. Search here for soffit cabinets https://mechanicguides.com/best-garage-cabinets/ -- that space is mostly wasted otherwise and makes for great storage. Fold down workspaces are also handy.

The shed idea is a great one -- I moved my yard stuff out to a shed a few years ago, and it made a big difference in my garage.

The biggest thing is to have a clear plan for what you intend to do in the space. The smaller the area, the more clever you have to be to fit it all in.

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Old 08-08-2018, 06:03 AM   #13
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Uhh, the OP was asking about storage ideas in the "garage" area of his toy hauler.....not his house. Nice try though!
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Old 08-08-2018, 10:13 AM   #14
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Uhh, the OP was asking about storage ideas in the "garage" area of his toy hauler.....not his house. Nice try though!
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