The majority of people who own sheds would likely have to admit that they have allowed their storage area to become a catch-all for anything and everything that doesn’t have a place in their home. Unorganized sheds are prime real estate for unwanted pests or other creatures. Check out these ten genius ways to organize your shed and prevent it from becoming a breeding ground for pests.
After finding a home for the big tools and other items, it is time to focus on the small nuts and bolts you might have laying around. Suggestions for keeping the smallest items organized include using mounted baskets on the walls, small storage bins placed on a shelf, or over the door organizers. If you can get your hands on an old typesetter’s drawer, you will have plenty of space to organize every tiny screw, nut, bolt, and other miscellaneous items. If you take the time to organize your shed and find a home for every item, you won’t have to stress when something inside your home breaks and you have to find the tools to fix it. Knowing where everything is at all times gives you peace of mind as a homeowner, and you will be able to buy new tools without purchasing something you might already own. If you have everything put away, you will be amazed at the amount of room you have and how efficient your storage can be. To learn more about how you can optimize your shed’s storage, give us a call at 1-844-212-1284, or send us an email.
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