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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Parti First Things First
Some Options to Consider
Develop the Master Plan

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About the author (2007)

Robert and Theresa Russell are 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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