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Get Your Garage Fall Ready

Posted on 09-24-2020

Fall has finally arrived, so it's time to get your garage ready to handle the colder months in store.  Here are some helpful tips to get you started and your family better prepared.  After all, fall has fallen in September which is National Preparedness Month.

Service & Store Summer Equipment

Make sure your lawn mower is ready for spring before storing it for winter by getting the blades sharpened, oil changed and empty fuel.  If there's any repairs that need to be done, don't put it off.  Make  Clean off saws, shears and pruners to remove sap and check sharpness of blades.

Ready Winter Equipment

The snow might not be falling, yet, but this is the best time to get your equipment in working shape.  Have snow blowers serviced and ready for that arctic blast!  Have back up parts on hand that need replaced the most.

Test Generators

It's always a good idea to do regular tests on your generator during times when the weather tends to be unpredictable.  You want to make sure your generator is in good working condition and not be left in the cold.

Use Up Space

Get things organized and cleaned up around your garage.  Utilize wall space for hanging bikes, shovels and other cleaning supplies.  Slatwall panels are easy to install and makes hanging things up easier by using specialty hooks.  Bring winter supplies and equipment to the forefront for easy access in emergencies.  Make sure fire extinguishers are up to date.


Did You Know?

The voltage of lightning is intense enough to quickly heat the air to nearly 50,000°F (30,000°C), five times the temperature of the surface of the sun. The rapid expansion of the heated air generates a shock wave that is heard as thunder.

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