Home Improvement Blog shares how to build sturdy garage shelves to organize and store excess items in your home. Sporting equipment, bug out supplies, food storage, tools, holiday decorations would all could be an option to be stored upon these shelves. If you are storing food storage upon these shelves, you may want to add a piece of 2-3 wood trim on the front lower bottom of the shelves in case of a natural disaster that may shake items off the shelves. You may consider heating the garage so freezing does not concur in the winter time.
A homesteader often saves the winter time to work on needed projects that need to be done indoors. Our work is never done but the rewarding feeling of doing it ourselves and the money saved is so worth it.
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