I’m Mitch Robinson, and I spend as much time as possible working in my garage.
I was raised to believe that your garage is your own personal space, one that you use to solve problems, to work with your hands and enhance your life.
That’s exactly what I do.
I helped my father fortify our garage from floods (which can be common in Maryland), and some years later, we insulated it after moisture damage took part of the roof.
It’s where the magic happens. It’s where I repaired my car for the first time (I didn’t do a good job), and it’s where I ended up having to repair it again about six hours later.
There’s a lot you can do, from woodworking to carving, metal working to running a home business—the possibilities are endless.
I’m here to help you out in any way that I can. From here, you’ll find reviews on the best gear for your garage, from openers to tools, and everything in between.
I’ve built my own garage pit, enhanced the safest of my garage (it’s like a fortress), and developed a way to optimize tool placement, material storage, and functionality all in one.
I called this site Your Garage Wizard for a reason—what I can do for your workshop, your studio, or whatever you want to call it, is to turn it into the place of your dreams.
There’s tutorials, reviews, and so much more that I have to share with you.