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    FRANK LEO & ASSOCIATES

    #1 RE/MAX TEAM IN TORONTO & THE GTA**

    Do you find your garage is always cluttered and crammed full of stuff? If so, you’re not alone! Many people struggle to keep their garages organized and tidy. However, there are some simple tips and tricks you can follow to help get your garage in order.

    1. Start with a clean slate. Before you start organizing your garage, you need to clear out all the clutter. Get rid of anything you don’t use or need anymore. You can donate items to charity, sell them at a yard sale, or simply throw them away.

    2. Make a plan. Once you’ve cleared out the clutter, you need to make a plan for how you want to organize your garage. First, decide what you want to store in your garage. This will help you determine what type of storage solutions you need. Next, measure your garage so you know what size and type of storage solutions will fit. Finally, create a floor plan so you can visualize where everything will go.

    3. Choose the right storage solutions. There are a variety of storage solutions available, so it’s important to choose the ones that best fit your needs. If you’re storing large items, such as bicycles or lawn equipment, consider using overhead storage racks. For smaller items, such as tools and gardening supplies, consider using storage bins or shelves.

    4. Label everything. Once you have all your storage solutions in place, be sure to label them. This will help you keep track of where everything is and make it easier to find what you need when you need it.

    5. Stay organized. The key to keeping your garage organized is to keep it tidy. Put things back in their place after you use them. Don’t let the clutter build up again.

    By following these tips, you can easily organize your garage and make it a more functional space.

    Looking to buy or sell a home in the near future? Get guaranteed results with the #1 RE/MAX Team in Toronto & the GTA.* Contact Frank Leo & Associates for more information.