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Azura Lavallee Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 23rd, 2018 - 22:45:05
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.
One of the latter storage units is the Deck Box with Wheels. This well-built box is constructed of resin in a light taupe color with a mocha top and handles. The wheels are unobtrusive but sturdy and easy to maneuver. It holds up to 73 gallons meaning it can store yards of Christmas lights as well as many wooden candy canes or tree ornaments. And because it features a stay dry design you wont have to worry that your valuable ornaments will ruin during their lengthy storage time.
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.
So dont take your choice of storage box lightly consider all of your options and find the one that will suit your needs and enhance the look of your home for years to come. If there are any drawbacks to holiday decorating one of them might be the task of having to drag the outdoor decorations out of the attic and out to the yard every year. Or maybe you keep your decorations in an old cardboard box in the rafters of your garage. Not only are such storage containers awkward to lift up and down but they can get damp or even invite bug or rodent infestations...unpleasant surprises when you reach for your favorite string of holiday lights.