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Unless the garage is part of your heated/cooled space, the basement is probably better. If you have exposed joists, a simple system is a set of "U" brackets (typically of wood) hung from the joists, which keeps the wood up off the floor, and away from the walls if those are prone to dampness. If you have a tall basement and are not overly tall it can be ...
What about a screwdriver holder/organizer? They come in all shapes and sizes, as well as both wall mount and drawer varieties. You could even design and build your own, if you were so inclined.
You take a shelf and drill several holes in them. Make sure the holes are too small for the handles to get through. Then just put them shaft down in the holes. If the shafts are really long then you can add a slot for ease of storage and removal. You may want to add a shallow edge to avoid them slipping out. In this video (starting at 1:40) You can see how ...
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Like all material, laminate is probably going to expand and contract according to its environment. So like the previous commentor, you'll need to get your items acclimatised to its final installation place. What about looking at a heater or treating the laminate so that it keeps better in storage? At least figure out what to do before collecting the material ...
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