Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 06, 2015
Flow Wall's innovative garage storage solutions were featured twice this spring on "Operation Build" on the History Channel.
The program aired twice in April, and showcased Flow Wall’s products. The Salt Lake City-based company showed the nation the undeniable value of stylish and durable organization for every house with a garage.
In the airing, the team rescued a family from serious clutter that accumulated following a serious car accident that changed their lives. For Bruce Hoffman and family, their garage had become totally unmanageable.
“Like many homeowners, his garage was total chaos,” Flow Wall spokesman Matt Grimm said. “We wanted to help to create a space where the family can store and find their stuff in the garage effectively. Flow Wall (http://www.flowwall.com) is so affordable and does not require the expense of custom cabinets.”
Flow Wall panels, shelves, hooks and cabinets can be used in most any storage situation.
“Flow Wall is an affordable yet truly effective way to organize any room and especially the garage space,” said “Operation Build” host Alexi Panos. “We’re going to give his freedom back, by giving him space in his own home.”
Accident or not, the Hoffmans are not alone in having a disorganized and misused garage.
“A lot of Americans have a lot of extra stuff,” Panos noted.
“There are literally millions of Americans that will not be able to park their car in their own garage. There are a lot of people who can’t even simply park in their garage because they just have way too much disorder - stuff is everywhere and sadly, they haven’t learned about Flow Wall’s innovative solutions,” said Scott Gordon, Executive Director of Flow Wall.
“Once a family realizes they can nearly double their storage space moving stuff from the floor to the wall area, the family can again enjoy their space and even park their car inside. This is a most typical response heard by actual customers,” Gordon concluded.
“When you’re organized in life, things go a little better,” he said. “And a better life means more time to do things you really care about.”
One of the best things about Flow Wall is that as your storage needs change, the system can change with you.
“When I first put Flow Wall in my house I was a bachelor, so I had motocross gear, wakeboard stuff. Then I got married and I had kids,” Grimm said. “With Flow Wall, I can adjust things and move things around, and it works for both me and my family.”
According to Grimm, “never is anything set. You can always adjust it.”
According to the History Channel source, the “[‘Operation Build’] team are tasked with home improvement assignments that must be completed on time. Whether the team is picking up the pieces and rebuilding after a disaster such as a fire or flood, or coming to the rescue on a remodel gone wrong, the ‘Operation Build’ team gets the job done.”
Related to the Hoffman’s situation, “they said you could never find anything in the garage,” Grimm said.
“Flow Wall took the messy garage and made it into a workable space,” he added. “Flow Wall makes sure stuff is findable. … We really opened up and organized their space,” he added.