Tip 11: The Remote and Children

You like pushing the button to open a door, do you not?  Well, just like you do, children enjoy pushing a button to open a garage door.  Well, to be honest, children enjoy pushing buttons in general.  Unfortunately, giving this control to children – even if it is supervised – is never a good idea.  They enjoy it so much and will be tempted to play with the remote when you are not around – especially when you aren’t around – and this can cause a lot of damage to your belongings, and especially your car.  This is something you will want to avoid.

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Tip 10: Organise The Inside

It is safe to assume that your garage is not just used for your vehicles, but also for gardening tools, such as hedge trimers or garden sheers, and other tools, like hammers and wrenches.  These tools all need to be organised, otherwise they are in reach of children and untrained individuals, who could easily hurt themselves.  Having a good organising system in your garage, is a great idea, plus it also keeps the whole area tidy and allows you enough space for your car.  It is a wise idea to install storage furniture in your garage for this.  By giving every tool its proper place, you will make sure that these tools do not become part of dangerous clutter.

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