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Often lost in any home improvement project is a make-over of the home's organizational nerve center or tool area. Spend some time and resources creating a more organized place for all the accessories, tools and items you use everyday.
- Then using the storage space, insert files and folders for your project materials brochures, instructions, receipts, bids, etc. The results will be all your info in one main place for handy, convenient access round the clock.
- Set up an area for your continuing training and other educational materials: books, how-to videos, audio cassettes, home improvement magazines, helpful articles copied off the Internet, guides, reports and other learning materials.
- Insert some small boxes or other types of storage containers to hold small tools like pencils, pens, note tablets, rulers, tape, glue, tape measures, etc.
- Then arrange your equipment in larger surrounding storage units, shelves, cabinets, bins, and on wall hooks. Check out organizational aids at local hardware stores and stores like Wal-Mart or Target or wholesale / discount centers for good buys.
By planning ahead, you'll be ready for your projects from start to finish. The time you save looking for things and the money you save on buying duplicate items (because you can't find them), can them be invested in your projects - or more fun tools and storage equipment!