Amedee Gagnon Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 07th, 2018 - 19:41:14
Got a storage problem? Youre not alone. Go back fifty years and youll see that our predecessors had a lot less stuff. These days we place a premium on things which means our closets and chests overflow with stuff were hardly likely to use. The same goes for garages and storage closets basement rooms and extra shelving. If your home is overflowing youre not alone. Most of us purchase way more than we need and then we look for places to put it. Wondering what youre going to do with all those things you purchased during the heat of the after-Christmas sales? Rest assured theres a solution for you.
Everyone who has a garden no matter how small it is needs somewhere to keep the equipment needed to take care of it. Things like lawnmowers spades forks ladders have to be protected from the elements and a shed is the perfect answer here. It is a good idea to have shelving in a shed if at all possible so that spare cans of paint weed killers fuel for the lawnmower and other dangerous chemicals can be stored safely out of harms way and out of reach of children and animals. Sheds can be large or small and it is astonishing how much can be kept in quite a small space if it is properly organised.
If you need lots of storage for your holiday decorations-as well as extra seating space outside-take a look at the Extended Deck Box with Seat. This handsome container offers a 129 gallon capacity so you can pack it full of your treasured wooden yard decorations or holiday throw pillows. A removable storage tray inside makes it even more valuable. The top is 54 inches wide generous enough to seat two or three people comfortably. And the size of this handy storage unit makes it a perfect divider for your deck.
They are also lightweight which makes them easy to move no matter their size as well as inexpensive. Unfortunately they also tend to fade when exposed to the sun over a length of time. Fiberglass can also become unstable when enduring rapid temperature shifts which can lead to cracking and splitting. One of the more attractive options for outdoor storage boxes is wood. Wood boxes are generally treated to withstand the elements and may cost a little more but are usually the most appealing option from a design standpoint.