Azura Lavallee Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 09th, 2018 - 23:57:57
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.
Once youve cleaned out your closets and evaluated what youll be keeping and what youll be getting rid of its time to organize a garage sale. One persons trash is another persons treasure so theres no harm in putting things in the give away pile that you think are way out of style or wont be purchased. You never know what people will buy. Anything you can bear to part with can be stored outside in your brand new outdoor storage box. Stash your stuff and turn it into a chic seat and your new storage box will do double duty.
Rubbermaid offers patio benches and deck boxes that range from 2.6 cubic feet to 16 cubic feet. These boxes open wide so that you can easily access your stored goods. The boxes are stable and also function reliably as spare seating with Rubbermaids double-walled construction. Some of the patio benches come formed with armrests and back support for a more patio furniture look to disguise your storage.
Another favorite place to store holiday decorations is at the very back of the spare bedroom closet. Youll more than likely have to move a lot of other stored items out of the way to get to your boxes of outdoor ornaments. That can be time consuming and bothersome and result in a mess in the spare bedroom. No matter where youve been storing them dragging them out of their hiding spot and outside can be a chore. Fortunately this year there are plenty of storage options for your holiday decorations that might make more sense particularly the location of that storage: outside. After all what could be more convenient than storing your holiday decorations within a few feet of where you need them?