what's in your garage?
If it's not your vehicle; can you really call it a garage? Don't worry you are not alone.
Almost 1 in 4 Americans say their garage is too cluttered to fit their car." People take great pride in their homes – organizing, decorating and showing off various rooms of their house, especially on social media," said Karl Champley, master builder and home improvement TV/radio personality. "But the garage is the forgotten room of the home and those same people who are proud of their home are embarrassed by how the garage looks."
While 92 percent of homeowners surveyed described their home as somewhat or very organized, one fourth of them admitted embarrassment with the garage and nearly one third said they keep their garage door shut so others won't see the mess.
That's where "garageability" comes in
The team at GarageAbility can help turn your "messy area" back into what it was intended to be, a Garage!
The garage can be many different things to different homeowners, but the bottom line is to determine what the garage needs to be used for. While a majority of people use it for parking the car and household storage, the survey found that many people use their garage for hobbies and personal projects. Of those surveyed, 27% of people use the garage for hobbies, while others use it to work on cars (23%), do projects such as woodworking or carpentry (19%) or as an area for exercise or sports (13%).
We will survey your space and design a solution by dividing your garage into zones with specific areas for lawn and garden equipment, sporting goods, tools and other hobbies. Once a plan is established, you are in full control, even after the installation as the GarageAbility system allows for complete flexibility. We will design and install an organizational system grows as you grow, while providing functional, flexible storage options.