Once the space that used to house your vehicles, and or future man cave, becomes filled with clutter, it's hard to get it back. It becomes filled with scrap wood, pieces of stone or IKEA boxes from your wife's recent splurge. It becomes easier to throw stuff in there that you know you don't need, but think that you might be able to salvage. All it really is transforming into is a future project. DIYers will take this project on themselves. After all, if you just think of it as one piece at a time, it will soon unveil your former space. Start finding solutions to the junk, clutter and unwanted items and it will be gone in no time. However, when you are getting rid of these items, don't take the easy way out. Try to find the alternative outlets for items so that you are doing your part in an eco-friendly environment. Big piles of brush? Try to find a place that will recycle organic growth, often times they will turn it into brush. Leftover laminate or hardwood? Try Habitat for Humanity. There's normally a place for a majority of your items so think outside the box!