Category : Garage Storage

SteadyRacks for Mountain Bikes and Fat Bikes

As previously discussed the Fat Rack version of the Steady Rack bike rack is a much better storage solution that the classic SteadyRack. This is because the fat rack better accommodates 2.3″ tires, mid-fat tires and fat tires. Below is a testimonial from a recent customer

I installed the 2 Fat Racks a few days ago and wanted to provide you with my feedback. The installation went very smooth and so far, I am pleased with the product. …

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SteadyRack Confusion — What Rack Is For Me

The mountain bike industry is changing and SteadyRack needs to adapt their nomenclature for the industry. I have three bikes. OK I have more than three bikes, but for the sake of this post, we will talk about three bikes. My Cannondale Rush has relatively narrow WTB Wolverine tires on in. I supposed there was a day where a 2.2″ tire would not be considered all that narrow, but today it is. It fits just fine into the standard…

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LIVESTREAM: BH Starfire Garage Storage Cabinets

Justin Krauss of Garage Flooring LLC akes a quick look at the BH North America Starfire White garage storage cabinets. As shown in the archived livestream below, what separates these garage storage cabinets from other ready to assemble products in the industry, is the quality of the product and the components.

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LIVESTREAM: Why We Love The SteadyRack Bike Storage Rack

Justin Krauss of Garage Flooring LLC has a look at the SteadyRack bike storage rack. Perfect for large garages and tight storage units, the SteadyRack bike storage rack is our company favorite.

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Fat Bike Storage from SteadyRack Fat Rack

Fat Bikes are taking the mountain biking industry by storm. I was biking in Loma Colorado last Sunday in 50+ degree weather and people were out on their fat bikes — with no snow to be found. That said, winter is gone and many mountain bikers are going to be looking for a decent way to store their fat bikes for the winter. SteadyRack Fat Rack is now in stock and shipping. It allows you to effortlessly store your…

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SteadyRack Bike Storage – The Easy Way to Install

What if I told you there was an easy way to store 5 bikes in a very tight space, that would require minimal lifting to store them? What if I told you the installation was even easier than the manufacturer made it?

The Bike Storage Challenge From My Wife:

After we installed our garage flooring and slatwall, we had several feet of unused space. We tried a couple of storage racks for bikes and nothing really worked right. The kids could…

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History of The Garage Rack

The History of The Garage Rack and Why We Brought it From The Firehouse To The Garage
A little over a year ago I received a call from a company that made customized shelving for stone, glass and the firehouse. They called to order some modular tiles for their display floor. We sold them the flooring and I had a look at their Facebook page and their website and thought if we could take this product and customize it for…

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FAQ: Homebrite Park N’ Place 77103 With Hazard Lighting

FAQ: Homebrite Park N’ Place 77103 With Hazard Lighting
Chad recently asked some questions about the Park “N Place 77103 that we see on a regular basis. We wanted to answer his questions and some of the others that come up on a regular basis.

If you have a question you need an answer to email Justin@garageflooringllc.com and it just might be the subject of our next blog.

Does only the hazard unit flash?

The Hazard unit (77103) can be set to…

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Bike Storage — Battle of the Bike Racks

If your not an avid cyclist , this blog post is probably not for you. If you have a Strava account, if you mountain bike or road bike, or if you purchased a bike because you would like to 🙂 than you should consider reading this post. I am not writing this post as a business owner but as someone who very much likes to ride my full suspension Cannondale and believe it or not my rigid steel frame…

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Baby Steps to an Organized Garage

Organize my garage, are you kidding me? I would need a dumpster and a front-end loader! Ever feel that way? I have. The trick to getting through it is taking one manageable bite at a time — in terms of time and money!
This is going to be Part 1 of…. Well I am not sure. Step 1 will cost you less than $70 in most cases.  This will be a weekly series. The goal here is if you follow…

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