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Wire baskets are perfect for items that won’t stay put on shelves (like balls and other toys) and for bags of charcoal or fertilizer that tend to tip and spill. They are also convenient because they’re mobile; hang them on hooks and you can lift them off to tote all your tools or toys to the garden or sandbox. You’ll find baskets in a variety of shapes and sizes at home centers and discount stores. You can use just about any type of hook to hang baskets. Heavy-duty mirror supports fit our baskets perfectly.

If you’re a fool for tools, this spacious yet compact shelving unit was designed for you. The Frontgate Garden Tool Organizer, made of chrome-finished tubular steel, has a 500-pound weight capacity on its two shelves and features a hefty pouched attachment to hold even more. Available at Frontgate; $179 (casters sold separately).

Nice quality, very heavy duty tool chest. My husband was quite happy with it. Only thing to note if you’re buying it for a gift, is that the product is pictured on the outside of the box. And it is packaged WELL.

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If your garage was built before the early 1990s, chances are you will have bare wall studs. Fire code in later years mandated drywall be installed. Because pegboard accessories need a small void behind the board to accommodate the mounting pegs, furring strips are needed for installs over drywall. 

For someone who’s familiar with tackling tough home improvement projects, installing a garage door might be a viable do-it-yourself project. It’ll likely take the better part of a Saturday, and it’s not a bad idea to ask for help, especially when taking off the old door.

Whether you’re just starting your garage organization project or are a storeWALL or Slatwall pro already, our Activity Kits allow for easy shopping and selection for a group of storeWALL / Slatwall Hooks / Hangers / Baskets and Bins built specifically around an activity, area or hobby to help you manage and organize your garage storage space.

There’s no need to kneel when you’ve got the Picnic Time Gardener Seat and Tools (literally) behind you! A detachable bag stocked with weeder, trowel, spade, fork, and hand rake tucks neatly under a sturdy canvas chair. Now you can sit comfortably as you work—and feel just as at ease when you stop to smell the flowers. Available at Picnic Promotions; $70.

Rollout shelves and sliding bypass units can make more efficient use of the sidewalls of your garage. The bypass unit adds 50 percent more storage for long-handled tools and all sorts of items that take up too much wall space. You simply slide the shelves to either side to access the stuff behind. Check out more features of this system and get complete how-to-build instructions here.

While this tool storage device may look like a variation on the Pan flute of Greek mythology, it’s actually a great place to store tools that easily get lost—like chisels, files, pencils, scroll saw blades and hobby knives. For the fatter tools, use PVC cement to join short pieces of 1-1/4-in. PVC pipe side to side into a panpipe design, then add pieces of 1/2-in.pipe along the front of the flute for skinnier tools. Build a simple case around the pipes to create a floor and a back for hanging on a shop wall.

Organize-It carries a wide variety of garden tool storage racks so you can clean out your cluttered garage or tool shed. We have both wall mounted racks and free-standing tool organizers so you are sure to find a rack that works for you. The single long handled tool holder pictured to the left is a popular choice among our customers to get rakes, shovels, brooms and more off the floor so you can easily organize them. Use these handy racks to clean up the piles of yard tools you have sitting in the corner of your garage so you can actually find the tool you are looking for. Know that you have an ally in the fight against clutter. We are dedicated to organizing your garage so you have a place for everything and we will not rest until everything is in its place.

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