The Complete Idiot's Guide to Garage Solutions Illustrated

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2007 - House & Home - 228 pages
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It’s part of your property … make the most of it!

Often the dumping ground for old household items, athletic and lawn equipment, and other “junk,” the garage is probably the least appreciated and under-utilized part of the house. But the lowly garage is getting a new lease on life—big time. From do-it-yourself straightening up and storage to building a shop or hobby space, this book will save homeowners time and money, and help them reclaim their garage—for both stuff and cars!
--The only book of its kind
--Over 150 photos, blueprints and drawings
--Dozens of ideas for every kind of garage space and desired use

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Contents

Parti First Things First
2
Some Options to Consider
17
Develop the Master Plan
29
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Robert and Theresa Russellare a married couple of professional journalists who renovate houses and garages as a side business. They will be joined by a variety of garage organizing experts, both from such companies and Premier Garage and the National Organizers of America.

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