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Many ready-made commercial systems are available now for storing or
hanging items in your garage. Some of these also are applicable to basements,
attics, or other places in your house.
orth-all-about-strg-91-0.jpg Commercial clamps and racks hold hand tools. Power tools get parked in heavy-duty, sliding drawers, safe from dust.
Such systems work best in finished garages. If you have an old garage with exposed stud walls, it’s a relatively small job to install drywall, 3 plywood, or paneling on the walls to create a usable surface. If you use drywall or plywood, you don’t have to worry about taping the joints or finishing it if you want a purely utilitarian surface.
GETTING BICYCLES OFF THE GROUND AND OUT OF THE WAY
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