Many homeowners consider their garage another place for storage or a place to park their car to protect it from the elements, but it can also be your own mechanic’s shop or home repair center. Whether you run into a screw around the house that needs to be replaced or a flat tire, keep these items in your garage to be fully prepared for when your handiwork is needed.
A workbench is the most crucial part of any garage if you’re going to be doing any projects in your space. You’ll also need space to organize all your parts and tools and keep them within reach. This can be an easy and inexpensive DIY project, or you can buy them already assembled.
A multi-use tool that you may also find yourself needing is an air compressor. They can be used for anything from filling the air in your tires to efficiently cleaning hard-to-reach areas. You can also buy add-ons to use it as an air tool, such as a nail gun.
A drawer organizer
A tabletop multi-drawer organizer will make any project or repairs that happen on your workbench easier. More spaces mean that every nut, bolt, washer and drill bit gets its own space, and you’ll be able to find it faster in a pinch. Use clear drawers and labels to organize your items more thoroughly.
Having your own garage gives you the space to do some maintenance on your own vehicle, and a jack stand is essential to do thorough car work. If you ever run into car trouble that requires you to go under the car, such as replacing your tires, a jack stand will come in handy.
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