Best Summer Gear Storage Options

The leaves are starting to turn beautiful colors and there’s a crisp cool breeze in the air. September and October mark the end of summer and the beginning of fall. It’s time to store away all of your summer gear for next year’s beach season.

First things first, it’s time to start decluttering your garage. Bring out the hot apple cider and make it a family project. Go through everything and sort things into four piles: keep, donate, toss, and sell. You might consider holding a fall yard sale to permanently rid yourself of excess clutter. If you’re unsure of what to keep, a good rule of thumb is to dispose of anything you haven’t used in two years. Also, don’t forget to examine those boxes you haven’t opened since you moved into your current home. It just may be curtains for those five-year old window treatments that won’t fit your current home’s windows.

You’ll now have an area to store your summer sports balls, pool toys, gardening tools, and other small items in one of Garage Design Works’ premier series or ready-to assemble series Orlando garage cabinets. These sturdy cabinets come in a variety of sizes to accommodate your storage needs. They’ll help you keep things you use together, like gardening tools and plant fertilizers, in one, convenient location.

Larger items such as table umbrellas, kayaks, boogie or paddle boards, can be stored away using Garage Design Works’ overhead storage units. You’ll be amazed at how much they hold, leaving plenty of room to park your car in your garage during the colder weather.

Now that your summer gear is neatly stored away, it’s time to think of what you’ll need for the next few months ahead. Move your Halloween goblins, Thanksgiving turkeys, and Christmas Santas to a more accessible area so you can easily transition from one holiday to the next. To get the process underway, contact Garage Design Works today.
How do you organize your out-of-season items? Share your organizational processes with us, we’d love to share them with our followers.

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