Organized Carport Reveal

I’m so excited to show you how our cleaned up – cleaned out carport looks! :)  A few weeks ago, the carport was a huge, huge disastrous mess.  The Bagster® bag from Waste Management came to the rescue. I’m not even sure I can tell you how much I {heart} the Bagster® bag. It’s a lot.

Love this organized space!  And yes, I have a thing for organizing with plastic boxes. :)

Oh my, it was hideous!!

More piles of junk.

Having the carport all cleaned out and organized makes my heart go pitter pat.  I know that’s probably dorky. {blush} Do you know how amazing it is to not have to navigate an obstacle course just to pull into the carport? Ha!

We donated some items, gave things away and loaded The Bagster® bag up.

I’m pretty sure that we could’ve filled two of The Bagster® bags. A truck will come and pick up The Bagster® bag soon and all that garbage will be out of the way! Yay!

More before and after photos!

If you have a diy project, remodeling or cleaning out project coming up, be sure to check out where to buy The Bagster® bag and if your area has The Bagster® bag service from Waste Management.  You can dispose as much as 3,300 pounds of debris {wow!} and The Bagster® bag is big enough to hold full sheets of plywood, doors and even a bathtub. You use it for as long as you need and then schedule a Waste Management pick up! How cool is that?!

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  1. says

    If you think your carport was bad, then I am in trouble! We bought the house next to our home that was a foreclosure to double our property and for storage space. We need to burn the whole thing! It is FULL of junk!

    Great work, though! Feel free to come over to our home and organize! We need the help! :-)
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  2. says

    Congrats! I know how good that must feel to get that accomplished. I’m a very organized person with my physical things in my house, garage, car, etc. My family sometimes call me OCD! I wish I could get my stuff in my head more organized though! ie, planning ahead, remembering things, etc.

  3. Gaston Parizeau says

    I’ve got to admit that even your “before” pictures look significantly better than our carport. This certainly does help to motivate me to make some changes to be better organized, however. For me, clutter equates to anxiety, so I can imagine how good it must feel to fix things up so much.

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  4. says

    Wow!! What a great change..I like your post @Myra!! The things you covered through your post and the pictures you shared above are impressive and interesting. :) Love your post. This post is absolutely worth to share..
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