TAMPA, FL, March 25, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Florida garage door
professionals at Overhead Door Tampa discuss what homeowners are looking for this year when it comes to outfitting their garages. If you are like most people, your garage is not just a place to park the car. It is where holiday decorations, boxes of old clothes, and a wide array of tools reside. Not to mention a designated work space and hangout lounge.
Spring is only a couple of months away, so the Tampa garage doors
business says to get busy organizing. Once you have decluttered and made the space functional once more (let's face it, it is hard to keep a garage clean in the winter time), consider buying some of these top accessories.
Overhead storage - You can never have enough storage space. An overhead system will instantly double the available square footage, allowing you to keep the ground clean without needing to host a garage sale. It also leaves more room for stowing valuable lawn and garden equipment and makes the area safe to walk in.
Floor mats - Spills in the garage are inevitable, even if you are not a grease monkey. Floor mats come in many shapes, sizes, and colors and are great for absorbing oil and other nasty messes.
Bike racks - Anyone who owns a bike knows how much of a hassle it can be to get in and out when there is a car in the way. A vertical rack provides convenient storage and retrieval.
According to Bob Briesacher, President of Overhead Door Tampa, "Warmer weather will be here before we know it, so do not forget to install a garage refrigerator and garbage can. Store and discard those cold refreshments without making a mess."
Overhead Door Tampa carries a large supply of hurricane garage doors in Florida
. For more information about their products, feel free to visit http://www.overheadTampa.com
.About Overhead Door Tampa:
Overhead Door Company is a family-owned company in the Tampa area that has nearly 60 years of experience. They furnish, install, and service both residential and commercial overhead doors. They do not use subcontracters. They provide installations and service themselves.
Learn more at http://www.overheadTampa.com