People do not need to be serious gardeners to take advantage of the conveniences that garden sheds provide. Instead of keeping all the gardening tools in the garage or a basement, these sheds provide convenient storage for all kinds of gardening equipment. It’s handy to have a garden shed that houses the lawn mower, rakes, shovels, plant food, and other tools close to where the tools will be used. Instead of having to keep them in the garage that may not have an access door to the backyard, a garden shed provides almost instant access to gardening implements.
Keeping yard tools inside a shed is a good way to keep the tools in good shape. When they are inside a garden shed, rain and snow cannot rust them, and people and pets are not in danger of being injured from stepping on a rake or tripping over a shovel. Parents with children can also keep the fertilizers and herbicides out of harm’s way for their children. Most sheds come with keyed locks so even valuable garden tools will be safe in the yard.
Garden sheds are typically made from metal or siding made from composite materials, like cellulose and cement. Both types of sheds can be painted or decorated to match a backyard. Some sheds are made from plastic materials engineered to resist UV rays and temperature swings. Some municipalities require a building permit for sheds that measure over a certain size. Sheds typically have wide doors to make putting large items inside them easy. Almost all sheds are manufactured with floors, although exceptions exist.
Besides being useful for storing gardening tools, the sheds can be good places to store just about anything. Out of season clothing can be stored in garden sheds or seldom used kitchenware can be placed in a shed, freeing up cabinet space in the kitchen. Sheds can be wired and turned into hobby shops, or even be used as a playhouse for children. Once the children outgrow the playhouse, the shed can be used for extra storage.
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