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Amelie Beaulieu Outdoor Storage & Cabinet August 05th, 2018 - 22:01:06
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.
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.
For homeowners and business purposes vinyl-sided outdoor storage sheds are ideal solutions. Mini barns are also a good choice. Frame sheds are one of the most popular outdoor storage sheds used for storing bicycles tools garden equipment and more. Lester Buildings one of the largest manufacturers of engineered wood frame building systems in the United States offers a great selection of storage sheds that suits ones outdoor storage needs. Heartland Industries and Lifetime Outdoor Storage Shed are some of the builders of a range of outdoor shed systems.
Vinyl outdoor storage sheds tend to be reasonably priced and maintenance free. They dont dent rust or mildew and many types of vinyl outdoor storage sheds never need to be painted or water proofed either. While all these outdoor storage sheds are wonderful options you need to consider the climate of the area you live in before choosing one for your home. Some sheds might hold up in windy climates better than others and some might hold up well under heavy snowfall accumulation.