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Many homeowners consider their garage the messiest part of their home. If your car can’t fit inside anymore because of the clutter and just taking a look inside your garage makes you feel nauseated, then it’s really time to clean up. Not only will you be able to get your car back inside again, but you can also create more space to finally have your own garage storage solution.

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One of the simplest methods is to purchase floor mats that are specifically designed for garages. They come in different designs, most of which are channeled to allow water and other liquids to roll off. Popular designs include ribbed mats, diamond mats, and coin designed mats. You do not need to do anything, other than a cursory cleaning your floor before laying the matting down. It will cover up any stains and due to the designs on the mats it will also keep your floor clean.

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The simple cement garage flooring that initially comes with a new garage is very functional and it will last a while, but eventually it will start to wear away. When the floor wears out it can become hazardous, or at the very least inconvenient, and an eyesore.

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Are you tired of those ugly black spots on your garage floor caused by oil leaks from your car? You know what I mean, you back out of the garage and there’s a black puddle of oil that leaked of your engine the night before. These are not only ugly they are also dangerous as they can be very slick if you accidently step in the oil and there happens to be a little water from rain or snow melt on the floor. But there is an even more dangerous situation: try walking through the house after accidently stepping in some oil and see if you don’t take your life in your wife’s hands.

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Bicycle storage comes in three forms and that is; wall mounted, ceiling mounted and a bicycle storage shed. It is the latter of these that have the largest range of costs associated with them as wall mounted and ceiling mounted solutions seem to be all around the same price. If you got a garden and have some free space to store bicycles I would highly recommend a bicycle storage shed – they are a particularly good idea if you have a number of bikes.

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I converted my garage to a spare bedroom a few years ago, and I’ve been regretting it a little ever since. Don’t get me wrong, I love having the extra space and it serves as great hideout when I want to get away from it all. The thing is I had to start parking my car on the street, and I just don’t like doing that.

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Pros And Cons Of Steel Carports

Published on March 31 2010 by GuestPoster in Garage

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Steel carports are a great option for many people out there looking to store extra cars, boats, or an RV. There are of course advantages and disadvantages to owing and steel carport and using it to house your vehicles. I will run over some of the pros and cons here and hopefully be able to assist you with your buying experience.

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Installing a sectional garage onto your home is a really great idea. Depending on the type of property you are dealing with, though, you are going to have to understand a few key aspects that could effect the outcome of the project. First, you must determine the size of building you’re going to be constructing. If the building is too large, or the foundation is over a certain square footage, you are going to have to contact the county in order to pull permits. If you aren’t comfortable with this, you can consider calling a contractor who will be able to perform all the necessary paperwork.

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A Garage Heater For Your Garage Space

Published on February 22 2010 by GuestPoster in Garage

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When looking for a new garage heater for use in your garage, you will want to know that there are several different types for you to choose from. When a garage heater is in use, it should not be left unattended. If you are in your garage working and want to use your garage heater to keep warm while you are working, then you will want to have them turned on. But if you are going to go in the house for more than just one minute, you will want to be sure that your garage heater is turned off.

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How To Plan Building a Carport

Published on February 18 2010 by GuestPoster in Garage

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Over the years, like many people, I have collected various items, such as furniture, and kept it in the garage. Unfortunately, I am no longer able to get my car in there. If I had anticipated this years ago, I could have built a storage shed, but I didn’t.

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