Purchasing a home or even re- modeling one is a huge under- taking. And the type of home purchased or the size and scope
of the remodeling often reflects what
stage of life the homeowner is in.
For instance the starter home for
the first-time home buyer, which often
includes newlyweds or single professionals, is generally a small footprint
with limited space. Then once the
family starts to grow they often look
for a larger home with more space,
more bedrooms and more solutions for
storing toys, as well as hobby and sports
gear. Once the children head off to
college or move out to start a family of
their own, the homeowner often looks
to downsize to a much smaller space
with multi-functional rooms.
Each of those stages will often determine the type of storage needs for
the family as well. With that in mind
Gladiator Garage Works says its product
line of various storage solutions can fulfill needs in each of those four different
life stages that reflect the evolution of a
family: New Home Owners, Newlyweds,
Expanding Families and Empty Nesters.
Here’s a look at each stage and the
storage options available:
New Home Owners: Products like
the Modular Gearbox and Garbage
Compactor keep old items tucked away
while also helping homeowners tackle
the new needs of the territory – lawn
care, weather gear, etc.
Newlyweds: Gladiator says its products
can help newlyweds contain the clutter of
merging two households (and wedding
gifts) into one organized space with wall
systems and all-season GearClosets.
Expanding Families: Whether kids