What to Store in Your Garage (And What Not To)
Many homeowners find themselves storing all sorts of clutter in their garages, creating a space that is unorganized and overwhelming to look at. Knowing what can effectively be stored in your garage in terms of functionality and accessibility is a great way to utilize the additional space. Naturally, your car should be stored in your garage, along with any related gear such as your roof rack. It also makes sense for your gardening tools to be stored here as it is mainly used as an outdoor space.
- Propane tanks should not be kept in a garage, or any enclosed space, because of the risk of leakage.
- Anything that bugs or rodents can eat, such as food, pet food, or birdseed, should not be kept in a garage.
- Items such as wooden furniture, which can warp in hot temperatures, should also not be kept in a garage.
“If you’re wondering how best to use the extra space your garage provides, here are some guidelines on what to store in the garage.”