Use door stops to mount your snowboard collection on a wall. An easy, cheap and sturdy way to display a collection. 1. Make sure to buy the floor mount style stopper. You'll need two per board. 2. Measure the waist and nose width of your boards and note where the average is. Most boards noses are larger than 11" while their waists are narrower. 3. Drill holes that are level for each stopper and mount to wall with hardware. Mounting or dismounting a board is as easy as sliding it up or down
Advanced boot dryer system for safe, quiet and fast drying | Sèche-Botte rapide, sécuritaire et silencieux
Our 10 pairs unit at work drying ski boots inside a client's mud room. The TORRE dryer can also be used to dry gloves, mitts, skates, etc...
150 Creative Hacks and Tips for Garage Storage and Organizations - DecOMG
There are a range of important keys to produce the storage in garage is operating nicely. Moreover, you will find garage storage separates to provide you precisely everything you need without having to buy a whole set.
Quick and Dirty Ski Rack for the Garage
After putting new lights in the garage, I figured I might as well get everything else organized - starting with the pile of skis in the corner. I designed the rack shown at the right loosely based on a number of wooden ones you can buy on line. The skis are held by 8" long, 3/4" diameter dowels, with pipe insulation on them. I choose to use the insulation to help grip the skis, so that if bumped, they wouldn't move. The boot shelf above is made of 1x12 pine, with the shelf brackets mounted…