2015 Toro “Get Your Garage Back” Contest Winner

By: Danny Lipford
Cluttered garage

Winner Courtney Gaylord’s garage before makeover.

Congratulations to Courtney Gaylord of Columbus, Indiana, the winner of the 2015 Toro “Get Your Garage Back” Contest!

As the winner Courtney will receive a complete garage makeover for her home valued at over $8,000! The grand prize includes:

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  • Toro Recycler lawn mower ($350 value).
  • Toro UltraPlus Blower Vac ($90 value).
  • Home Depot gift card ($250 value).
  • Briggs & Stratton Professional Series pressure washer ($300 value).
  • Briggs & Stratton PowerSmart Series generator ($350 value).
  • Garage makeover (materials valued at up to $4,000 and labor valued at up to $3,000).

Today’s Homeowner TV and radio show co-host, Allen Lyle, will travel to Courtney’s home in Columbus, Indiana, to plan her garage makeover.

The makeover will be the subject of an upcoming episode of the Today’s Homeowner TV show.

Visit our Giveaways page to find out about any other contests, sweepstakes, or giveaways that are currently taking place.

Cluttered garage.

Last year’s winning garage before garage makeover!

Organized garage.

Last year’s winning garage after garage makeover!

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  • Dulcey Veiga Says:
    March 9th, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    Hi!!! We have a gray color house and a wood deck that I have wanted to paint or stain gray for a few years I need help don’t know how to start



  • Georgiann Maloney Says:
    January 16th, 2016 at 3:48 am

    My daughter has a bedford stone home and she is in need of replacing all of her windows. How can windows be effectively replaced and energy efficiently replaced in the 1960 bedford stone ranch home. Leaky single pane glass, leaky around inside trim and some of the wood is rotting on the outdoor wood. The windows do not work. Someone took off the storm windows before she purchased the home. She also has a broken joist above her kitchen with ceiling sagging and part of joist missing where some one installed an attic ladder and the ceiling is coming down. Help
    Thank you
    We really need help on this


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