Amedee Gagnon Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 07th, 2018 - 19:42:13
Large enough to hold 103 gallons of water (or anything else thats the same weight and height) a deck box is an incredible alternative to closet or cardboard storage. Ideal for adding extra outdoor seating you can easily snag a customized cushion to make the deck box more comfortable. Imagine 103 gallons of extra storage. Its incredible. Large enough for dozens upon dozens of paper towel rolls as well as out of season sweaters or winter jackets a deck box is an amazing storage option for those running out of storage inside their homes. Waterproof and easy to assemble a deck box is a great option for anyone looking to add a bit of extra storage to their outdoor space.
Even if you have a small space the vertical Roughneck and BigMax sheds from Rubbermaid offer a range of sizes that are perfect for storing everything for your yard and outdoor activities-- including long-handled lawn tools such as rakes and shovels equipment such as mowers and trimmers full-sized adult bicycles patio furniture sports equipment and more. These vertical sheds range from 17 upright cubic feet to 325 cubic feet and are constructed of the same durable all-weather resin which wont rust or mold like wood sheds. Also unlike wood sheds Rubbermaid products are easy to assemble in about an hour and only require two people for the even largest shed.
Outdoor storage products while generally not considered when it comes to indoor storage are a great alternative to packed closets and cardboard boxes just waiting to disintegrate in the basement come flood season. Oversized durable and easy to move outdoor storage boxes are quickly becoming a prime storage option for those whose indoor storage simply dont cut it anymore. Looking for a place to store all those paper towels you snagged on incredible sale at Costco? Instead of filling up your linen closet (which lets face it is full enough as it is) stick the extra rolls in your outdoor-ready deck box.
Ready to get cleaned up and cleared out? The first step is to have a garage sale and to truly cleanse your home and your closets. Anything you havent worn in six months youre probably not going to wear anytime soon. If youre a clotheshorse a good rule of thumb is to give away a piece of clothing for every new piece you buy. Same goes for shoes and any other new items youre purchasing - every time something new comes in something goes out. This will help you minimize clutter going forward - but right now its time to get rid of the stuff you already own or at least find a better place to store it.