When you're thinking about a project that you want to be done around your house and you either lack the time or expertise to do it yourself, a good option is to find a local handyman. You'll generally find that these professionals possess a wide range of skills, which means that if you can clearly explain what you need to be done, your handyman can do the work for you. One way to improve the efficiency of several areas of your home is through shelving. Instead of buying several individual shelving units and assembling them, think about hiring your handyman to construct built-in shelving. Here are some locations where this can be valuable.
Your garage is a space where you can almost always benefit from additional storage space, and shelving is a good option to consider. Your handyman can build shelving as per your specifications — for example, you may want a certain number of shelves of a specific size on one wall of the garage. You should assess what products you need to store in your garage. For example, you might want one wide shelf that will hold your vehicle's winter tires, a low shelf that is suitable for children's sporting goods and another shelf for canned food products.
If you have a garden shed, you may be well aware that this space can get messy in a short amount of time. It's frustrating to struggle to find the tools or supplies that you need, but shelving can make a major difference in the look and feel of this space. Stand in the garden shed with your handyman to come up with a plan. For example, a series of shelves along the back wall will hold garden and lawn products and a wide range of other supplies you frequently need to retrieve. You may even wish to have the handyman install some hardware at the end of the shelving unit that will hold rakes, shovels, and other tools.
In many homes, the attic can be a useful space for storing possessions. Access to the attic can often be tight, however, which can mean that it's not possible to take an intact shelving unit into this space. Your handyman can assess the available space in the attic and build a shelf that fits. You may find that you begin to increasingly use this space, given the manner in which you'll now be able to store things in an organized manner.
If you need help or more information, reach out to a local handyman service.Share