Help please, over run with batteries and chargers

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Take a look at this, this doesn't even include my hand power tool batteries and chargers.  Now, don't lie, some of you have the same problem.  I do not want any of my batteries to be in a storage building or outside area.  Please post some pictures of your setup.  I'm drowning in Batteries.


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I keep all my chargers on my work bench in the garage and store the batteries inside the house in a coat closet.
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I can't say I share your dismay... all of my stuff in the garage, including the batteries. My garage barely gets below freezing even when it's stupid cold outside, and where they are in a cabinet up near the ceiling it should stay comfortably above freezing.

Of course, if you need a hand I would gladly take a few of those bulky looking green and black things off your hands... :-)
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I wanted to keep my batteries & chargers close to my garage door for easy access when I need to swap batteries while working in the yard.  So I wall mounted mine to a 2x8 that I bolted to the wall.  I also added a couple of electrical outlets next to my existing wall switches for the garage lights.  Note the small wood blocks that I set between the charger & the battery so that I can store the batteries when not in use or being charged.  In the winter I keep the chargers & batteries on a shelf in my basement workroom.
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