Get Your Garage Workshop Organized by Building Your Own Shelves

Building your own shelves is easier and cheaper than you may think. ©iStockphoto.com/Antonio_Diaz

Building your own shelves is easier and cheaper than you may think. ©iStockphoto.com/Antonio_Diaz

Making sure that you organize your workshop properly is important not only in ensuring that your workspace is efficient but that it is safe for use as well. One easy way to get your workshop more organized is by building your own set of shelves. The following are a few tips to help you do just this:

If you have a workshop that doesn’t have a lot of space, building up is the best solution for adding more storage space. While you could purchase steel shelves, they tend to be quite expensive, while plastic shelves just aren’t sturdy enough. Getting the materials that you need in order to build your own shelves isn’t going to be that difficult. In fact, you won’t have to spend much money either. You can get away with spending less than $50 for everything you need, including 2X4’s, 2-inch screws and OSB or plywood. Obviously, you’ll need a drill, measuring tape and level as well in order to piece the shelving unit together.

If you need to add more storage space to your workshop, consider building your own shelving unit. Contact us at Schutte Lumber today for additional tips on how to organize your workshop.

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