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10 Contestants, 6,029 Views, 799 Votes, 3 days left

Those are the facts!  Only 3 days left to vote for your favorite “messy garage.” to win the 2012 Messiest Garage Makeover!  Hurry up and Vote!  Check out a few of the contestants: Click  Click HERE to vote for your favorite!

Enter to Win the 2012 Messiest Garage Contest!

It’s time for one lucky winner to take back their garage – with style!  Carolina Custom Garages, Simplicity Organizers and Rubbish Works have teamed up to help you get your garage in gear – for free! From April 11 – 25, residents in the Charlotte-Metro, North Carolina area can send in a photo of their messy […]

Come see us at the Raleigh Southern Ideal Home Show – for FREE!

Stop by our award-winning booth and experience our garages first-hand! April 13-15, 2012 North Carolina State Fairgrounds Raleigh, NC Want free tickets?  Email me at renee@ccgarages.com with your contact info — while supplies last!

Mr. B’s Garage 3/2012

Mr. B Garage 3/2012

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Charlotte Messiest Garage Contest – Submit Your Garage!!!

Carolina Custom Garages, Simplicity Organizers & Rubbish Works have joined forces to award one lucky winner a FREE custom-designed & beautifully organized garage.  Visit our Facebook Page for more details, and to submit your photo. (Must be local to Charlotte, NC) 2012 Messiest Garage Facebook Page  

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Get it off the Floor with Gridwall

Gridwall is an easy, economical solution for storing easily accessible items in the garage.  You can accessorize to your hearts content with baskets, hooks, golf centers, tool centers and more.  This client chose to use an assortment of large and small hooks to store things like tools, water hoses & weed eaters, and some baskets […]

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Need more Storage? Go Up!

One thing almost all garages have in common is height.  To use every inch of storage space in your garage, consider double-stacking your cabinets and use the top shelving for less-used items like holiday decorations like this client did.