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Amelie Beaulieu Outdoor Storage & Cabinet August 05th, 2018 - 21:55:44
There are some gorgeous outdoor wood shed designs these days though. Some of them rival the beauty of a guest house or outdoor office and they have all sorts of built in shelves closets and other nooks that make organizing your outdoor tools a pleasure. Wooden storage sheds usually need to be assembled but you can often buy ready-made kits which have everything you need conveniently packaged together. Alternatively you can buy outdoor storage shed building plans instead then buy the materials for your shed at a local hardware or home improvement store.
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.
A growing trend for outdoor storage sheds is to buy sheds made of molded thick plastic materials. These are excellent low cost storage shed options that need little to no maintenance. Plastic storage sheds are waterproof and theyll often be specially treated to resist color fading from the sun. Many of these come in easy snap together kits and some of them have features such as pre-molded notches which allow you to install your own wooden shelves too.
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.