7 Tips for Finding an Equipment Rack to Help Organize a Garage

The garage is a place to store your car, lawnmower, tools, and other equipment. It’s also often used as a workshop or storage space for items you don’t use all the time. But what do you do if the garage has become cluttered? A great way to organize it is by adding an equipment rack. Here are 7 tips for finding one that fits your needs:

1) Consider how much room you have in your garage – You’ll want to make sure there’s enough space for whatever type of rack you’re considering before buying it.

2) Make sure the racks will be strong enough- Some racks only offer support at certain intervals which means they may not work well with heavy objects like bikes. Consider the weight of each item you’re going to store. Make sure it’s a sturdy rack that can support a lot of weight.

3) You don’t want your equipment falling off and getting damaged or worse! You also need to make certain the rack is installed correctly for safety reasons. If not, there could be an accident. Ask your local hardware store for help in selecting a rack that will be safe and sturdy. Make sure the racks are installed correctly by professionals if you’re not experienced with DIY projects.

4) It may seem like common sense, but it’s important to double-check everything before using the equipment on your new rack. Make sure all equipment is clean before putting it on the rack – this will help prevent rust and other damage that can be caused by dirt or grime. Do not store anything that could contaminate food like fertilizer, pesticides, or motor oil near your grill or barbeque!

5) There are some items you shouldn’t store with others, so make sure you know what they are before arranging them on your rack. Consider adding hooks to the top of your equipment racks – this will allow you to hang some smaller items that may not be able to stand upright like rakes or hoses. Add labels for an easy way to see what’s stored in each area of the rack.

6) You can easily label hooks with a marker if you’re concerned about them being too permanent. Make sure your racks are easy to clean – just wiping off some dirt may not get rid of mold or mildew that accumulates on items like shovels and brooms over time. Make sure the racks are easy to move if you need to rearrange your garage for certain projects.

7) You may not want heavy equipment hanging in one spot all of the time! Think about ways to keep your equipment accessible, yet organized. Consider adding more than one rack if you have a lot of things to store!

In conclusion, remember, good organization is essential for protecting whatever’s on your rack and making it safe enough that everyone can use their items. Remember to consider how much space you have in the garage before buying an equipment rack. If you’re not experienced, avoid storing anything that could contaminate food near your grill or barbeque, consider using hooks to hang smaller items like rakes and hoses, label the tops of the racks for easy viewing when picking things up. Finally, make sure they are easy to clean and move if necessary!



Alex is the co-author of 100 Greatest Plays, 100 Greatest Cricketers, 100 Greatest Films and 100 Greatest Moments. He has written for a wide variety of publications including The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Telegraph.

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