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Amelie Beaulieu Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 16th, 2018 - 04:43:58
Now there are many different types of outdoor storage sheds and there are some wonderful designs available these days too. Some of the most popular types of outdoor storage sheds include: Wooden storage sheds - These are your classic or old fashioned types of storage sheds and theyre easily added on to as needed. Wood storage sheds need to be maintained a bit though because theyre not immune to the weather. The wood will need to be stained or painted every few years and you might need to waterproof the roof once in awhile to keep the items inside your shed safe.
Horizontal Sheds. Rubbermaid outdoor storage is also available as a horizontal shed. These are innovative because they are useful as low-profile storage for those living under strict homeowners association guidelines. Yet these horizontal sheds are still easy to use because they open up so wide. They range from 18 cubic feet to 32 cubic feet. The floors on these sheds can support up to 1300 pounds. The lid slides back for hassle-free walk-n access.
Outdoor storage sheds are wonderful all purpose solutions to getting more storage space. They are particularly useful for storing outdoor tools and gardening supplies because they allow you to keep the tools and supplies out of the weather yet not get your house dirtied up in the process. Most outdoor storage sheds are excellent places to store your lawn and garden tools. Things like extra potting soil fertilizer the lawn mower and hedge trimmers even shovels buckets rakes and hoes can easily and safely be stored in an outdoor storage shed.
So dont take your choice of storage box lightly consider all of your options and find the one that will suit your needs and enhance the look of your home for years to come. If there are any drawbacks to holiday decorating one of them might be the task of having to drag the outdoor decorations out of the attic and out to the yard every year. Or maybe you keep your decorations in an old cardboard box in the rafters of your garage. Not only are such storage containers awkward to lift up and down but they can get damp or even invite bug or rodent infestations...unpleasant surprises when you reach for your favorite string of holiday lights.