Some of us just love cars. Working on them, looking at them, collecting car-themed memorabilia. That’s why we have a whole section dedicated to car-centered garages.
The most traditional use for a garage is a place to park and work on your vehicle. For the mechanic types who love working on their car (and their friends’ cars and their grandmother’s sister’s second cousin’s car) in their garage – this is your setup, my friends!
It’s a pretty traditional use for a garage, but not everyone goes all the way with the look and decor. There’s already a lot to consider with tools, lifts, car parts, etc. It can easily get overwhelming.
Let’s keep it simple. What do you need for your shop? A car to work on, your tools, a floor that’s easy to clean and made to stand up to oil and heavy machinery, and a place to put your things. So, let’s get a durable garage roll
, a toolbox
, and some storage
Once you’ve got the basics, you can add some signs, posters, and decorative hanging spots for your most-used tools. And don’t forget some good lighting so you don’t end up putting the alternator on the hood!
Get Your AutoShop in Order!