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Daniel
Ultimate Electric
208-409-3269
6145 Corporal Lane
Boise, ID
 
Tamara Stancliffe
Ameri-Serv Heating Cooling Controls
(208) 342-4328
13601 W McMillan Rd
Boise, ID
 
Matt Broxson
Advanced Environmental Solutions
208-888-9075
10400 Overland Rd. 252
Boise, ID
 
Mold Pro Of Idaho
(208) 884-3366
2058 E Franklin Rd
Meridian, ID
 
SCS Property Maintenance
(208) 841-2185
9825 W. Big Springs
Boise, ID
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Property Maintenance , Remodels, Handyman, Home Improvement
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Regina Yegge
Sea-Planning Professional Organizing
(208) 323-2323
3834 N. Lakegrove Way
Boise, ID
 
Mike or Tom
Northwest Tile Co.
631-5035 or 841-6795
3518 Tamarack Dr.
Boise, ID
 
B.J Parker
Sunrise Garage Door
208-880-1561
2017 N. Middleton rd.
Nampa, ID
 
GMB Construction
(208) 407-1996
1475 N Santa Rosa
Meridian, ID
 
Platinum Futures Painting
(208) 949-9957
10702 W. Albany Ct
Boise, ID
 

Home Remodeling Tip: Sports Closet

How to Store Your
Sporting Equipment

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: sports closet
by Allison B.

Keeping Everything in Order

If your hockey sticks are falling down the mudroom wall and basketballs are rolling around the basement floor, it's time to take action. Start by taking an inventory of your sporting equipment. Then get serious about adding sports closets and rooms to help organize the mess.

There are many products available to help organize sporting equipment. As you make a list of your needs, pay attention to heights and widths. Sporting equipment comes in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, which can make storage a challenge.

If you have hockey sticks, you'll want a sports closet with suitable height and a narrow width. Also think about how you will maneuver the stick into its place.  If you have tennis rackets, then the sporting closet can be smaller with partitions or shelves for storage. With basketballs and soccer balls, look for large bins or tubs that can do the trick.

As you evaluate the various sporting closets, consider where you want to store the sporting equipment. A garage is a natural place because it keeps the equipment out of the main living spaces. There are sporting closets that attach to the wall, making them ideal for placement near the garage entrance to the mudroom or kitchen. Freestanding sports closets offer more flexibility, but you risk periodically knocking them over.

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