One of my favourite tasks as a declutterer is to Dee-clutter my clients garage, before it gets to the stage of calling the car recovery team to get your car out or baterry started.s. I often find that garages become the dumping ground for a lot of items such as, old mattresses, plastic bags, used paint pots, broken electrical equipment, DIY left-overs and so it goes on.
Then of course you have the items that actually need to be in the garage, but there is little room for them, such as the families’ bikes. These by design take up a lot of room and because there is no allocated space for them, they usually end up thrown together in a heap on the garage floor, with peddles caught in bike spokes and handle bars caught in bike frames. Pulling them apart and sorting them out is not exactly the best way to start a stress free family bike ride.
However there is a solution, if the ceiling in your garage is up to 12 feet you can easily attach bike racks. Past designs of ceiling racks have been complicated and frustrating to access, and did little to encourage you to want to get them down and go for a bike ride.
But this new bike rack and ladder lift, which is made from solid steel construction, is easy to assemble and the bikes are simple to retrieve; and they are a great way to safely and easily access additional space. The unique rope locking mechanism prevents accidental release and the design allows lightening of the load for easy lifting.