An outdoor storage shed is a great way to still keep the random items that have no place in your home but are still valuable. If you don't have a garage, or have limited space, this alternative storage solution gives you an opportunity to keep certain items still within reach without cluttering your household. If you find your home peppered with odd stuff at odd places, it might be time you finally build a shed outside. Here are five reasons that might convince you.
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Your guest room is not a guest room.
So you built that extra room with the intention of accommodating visiting family and friends. However, you seem to have your cousin pulling up the sofabed in the living room whenever she comes over because your so-called guest room is now home to laundry items, random toys, unopened boxes, your husband's bike and more.
Unless you are really trying to discourage people from staying, you should really get all the clutter out of this space. If your spare bedroom is now inhabited floor to ceiling by boxes and bins of last year's purchases and exercise equipment, it's time you build a more permanent solution to organize your stuff. If you don't want to throw anything out, an outdoor storage shed will help keep your things safe and dry until you want to see them again.
2. Your garage is not a garage.
So you park your car at the driveway or infront of your house, instead of your garage. Is it because it's easier to drive away when it's already on the road? We don't think so. More likely than not, your real garage has been cluttered with so many sports equipment, random bins, racks and other rarely used items you're too lazy to move or sort or throw away.
When your car hasn't been inside the garage for a long time, it's a sign that you should build a new home for your knick-knacks. Outdoor sheds can house those items that you can't to part with, such as baby items and gifts that have sentimental value, or that faulty TV that you can't seem to find the time to have fixed. With a shed, you can conveniently organize your things at home while using your garage space to actually shelter your vehicle.
3. You have too much yard equipment.
Your yard is a marvel of the whole neighborhood because of the great amount of care you put into making sure it looks stunning always. And that can only mean that you have an arsenal of equipment in stock. An outdoor storage yard provides a way to safekeep trimmers, weed eaters, mowers, blowers, hoses, fertilizers and other landscaping tools while still ensuring that they are easily accessible when needed.
4. A member of the family decides to move back in.
So your child suddenly decides that he or she wants to move back in after going to college? Open up the spare room and get all those stuff out? With an outdoor shed, the dilemma of where to put all that random items is solved.
5. It's May and your Christmas decor is still in the living room.
This is all too common in households with limited storage space. To air your space out and create more room for the family to move and breathe, you will need a storage shed to house all that seasonal items you cannot let go because you use them once or twice a year. Renting a storage facility can be a good option, but that will require you to drive to another part of the town to access it. Why not set up your own storage shed in the yard to keep things packed away but still protected and close by?
Life happens and it's inevitable that collect certain items that we don't use on a daily basis. If these are items you use seasonally or you just can't part with them, building an outdoor storage shed in the yard is your practical solution to maximize your home's space minus the clutter.