When Every Inch of Space Counts, Even in the Garage


When it comes to your home, space and storage are a must for your family. You can maximize that space even in your garage. Fleximounts offer several storage solutions for your garage. Perhaps you want to free up floor space. If so, you should consider their Classis Overhead Garage Storage Rack. Or perhaps you want to maximize wall space? Then the Classic 2-Pack Wall Shelving will fit the bill.

A couple of contributors tried both of these storage solutions and here is what they had to say:

“I wanted this storage rack because I knew we would need extra space for storing old books, holiday lights, and kid stuffs that he has outgrown.  This was the perfect answer. Freed up so much space from the floor. Very sturdy. easy to put together, but you will need help lifting it into place.”

“Installation was very easy and can be done by one person! You’ll spend more time choosing the right spot than putting it up. The shelves are sturdy and support all of my tubs that are filled with old toys (I just can’t seem to part with them). Another benefit to these wall shelves is that I can then use the space under them for even more stuff!”

Want to give them a try? Visit the Fleximounts site to see all of their storage solutions. You’ll even find bike storage and workbenches, too!

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Tracy is the Director of Programming and Partnerships for Darkness to Light, a child sexual abuse prevention organization. She grew up in northeast Ohio, and has lived in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Arizona, and Northern Virginia and has worked in the arts, in education, in non-profits and in ed tech. Her husband's job brought them to the Bay Area and there's no looking back! Tracy is mom to two trans teens who are just beginning their journey. Self-care includes pedicures, reading, cooking, crafting, and just being with her family. She also serves as Chair of the Board for the Attachment and Trauma Network, a national non-profit.


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