If I hadn't installed Monkey Bars Storage System in my garage I would have lost everything during Hurricane Sandy.
Brick, New Jersey (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Chris Hall, owner of Garage Storage Solutions, has installed hundreds of garage storage systems. He also has first-hand knowledge of how important it is to put your valuables on shelves and racks and not on the garage floor.
Chris lives in Brick, NJ which is a small shore front community hit hard by storm surge and flooding during Hurricane Sandy last October. Many of his neighbors lost everything in their garages because of flooding.
"95% of my belongings were saved because I had the Monkey Bars Shelving System installed and everything off of the garage floor. Some of my neighbors lost everything when the storm surge flooded our street and houses."
One of the most popular products he installs is overhead racks for utilizing the empty space above the cars for storage.
Overhead storage is a great way to keep your garage floor clear. Instead of keeping items on the floor, keep your storage high in the garage. Some homeowner storage may only be accessed once a year. Storing such items overhead is a great way to keep them accessible but out of the way.
Hall recommends Strong Racks for overhead storage because they are constructed well and can hold up to 700 pounds in an area equal to a sheet of plywood. Strong Racks has extensive knowledge and understanding of the garage industry and have created many product innovations not available from other manufacturers.
“At Garage Storage Solutions, we offer solutions to make your garage a functional, usable space. One product I recommend to people who want more storage space is the Strong Racks Overhead Rack System.”
About Chris Hall
Chris is a registered dealer for Strong Racks and is also the exclusive dealer for Monkey Bars Storage Systems in Central New Jersey. He has been in the construction business since 1979 and takes great pride in his work as a garage specialist. Working in New Jersey where Hurricane Sandy took its toll on many homeowners last Fall, Chris emphasizes the need for storing items off the floor in garages and basements.