After the construction of his house and his interior, generally, we take care of the outside and the garden, therefore, of course, that the land is large enough. Quickly, we will realize that a little equipment is needed... And to store all new outdoor equipment, you will invest in a garden shed, but in front of the vast choice that you will find in the trade and on the internet, we will offer you some tips that we hope to know!
A shelter to store your garden equipment
With an outdoor space, even if you are not a gardener, you will need a minimum of garden tools: from the hoe to the brushcutter, through the watering can or the dibbler, all this equipment will have to be protected rain and frost especially, and therefore be sheltered, after undergoing a small end-of-season interview. If the outdoor area is grassed, a lawn mower is mandatory, and says mower, said garage to protect the winter or when it can simply because they are fragile tools.
Similarly, if you have a terrace in front of your house, you will necessarily have installed a garden furniture to eat but perhaps also to relax, with loungers and other sun loungers. When the fall arrives, you will need to find a shelter for them to spend the winter, otherwise they may deteriorate very quickly due to inclement weather.
At the beginning, you will try to store all this equipment in your garage, if you have one, but quickly, you will do as many individuals in house: you will have to install a garden shed in a small corner of your garden for protect all that.
Choosing your garden shed
It goes without saying that the garden shed you choose will have to fit into your landscape while taking into account your budget constraints.
If you plan to install it in a place totally hidden from your view, you can opt for a metal shelter because they are the cheapest.
On the other hand, if it must be in your vision perspective, at the end of your field or on its side, you will most certainly prefer a wooden garden shed, much more aesthetic but a little more expensive. Its assembly is done on a concrete slab, but it is simple since it is intended for non specialists. The shelter is often made of raw wood, which allows you to stain it with the shade of your choice, the most suitable for your environment. However, the raw wood must be treated beforehand with a water-repellent product before assembly to protect it, including areas that will be hidden after assembly. When choosing a wooden garden shed, you will need to plan a coat for maintenance every 2 or 3 years, depending on the region.
You can also opt for PVC garden sheds, which are now weather-resistant, treated with anti-uv thus avoiding faded colors over time, with the advantage of not requiring any maintenance. It is a question of taste, but it is undeniable that they are less authentic, in a garden, than a "wooden cabin"!
And if you really do not want a garden shed at home, you can decide to use your garage to store your garden tools, garden furniture and lawnmower, and invest only in a garden. car shelter under which you park your vehicle, protected well, a minimum of bad weather!