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Garages and closets always seem to need to be organized. Joe
Autry and Scott Krueger stopped with some hardware that can make organization easier.
There are several hanging options for the garage. Joe Autry
says that if you use a horizontal hanger with pop in holders, you should try to
hit at least one stud. That kind of holder allows you to store tools vertically.
Studs in a garage are usually farther than 16 inches apart, so Autry says it's
important to use a good stud finder. The hd.com pro solid app can be used as a
There are other hooks you can use in your garage. Autry uses
simple large hooks that can be screwed in by hand in dry wall. If you want to
hang heavier equipment, he says you should use a bit to drill a hole before
screwing in a hook.
There's even a hook that allows you to store tool like
shovels and brooms horizontally. Autry says specialized hooks allow you to hang
bikes on different levels.
Autry says the tornado system is very easy to use and don't
have to go into a stud. It supports up to 40 pounds. It's great for trimmers
and blowers, chain saws and things like that to get them off the floor and off
of a shelving system that can't handle the weight.