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Great experience here. Jackie was wonderful. She was the only person from all the places I contacted to start getting a feel for hot tub costs etc. that just answered me and gave me some kind of real idea of cost and answered all my questions I had before actually heading out to get a hot tub. So we picked going to Recreation Unlimited specifically because she was so helpful and everything else fell into place and went great! .
Top Tip: Fill the holes with wood putty or using a sealer. Sand the wooden surfaces with 120 grit sandpaper, before applying primer and several coats of paint to the siding and studs.
Relocating into a smaller home has become a trend in recent years, as people either attempt to save on rent, or live in a more desirable location. But this trend presents a problem: How do you fit all those things that once filled a much larger space into a new, smaller home? Though the best way to deal with this is to get rid of the things you don't need, there are some things that can be kept in a personal storage unit.
Extreme temperatures can ruin leftover paint. Some paints separate, leaving behind a curdled, unusable mess. Also, keep in mind, paint cans sitting on a cement floor and exposed to moisture can rust through very quickly. A better place to store paint would be up on a shelf in your basement.
The most suitable type of food that can be kept in storage will be items that are properly canned and/or are nonperishable. Non-canned food will go bad and bring a horrible odor to your unit, and will also attract the vermin. A vermin-infested unit will quickly get you evicted by facility managers so store with caution.
Outdoor storage sheds do more than give your car a stable roof. They hide poor landscaping. They simplify your life. Most importantly, they are not too expensive and easy to build yourself. All in all, it seems like a no-brainer.
A: There are certainly more and more resin and plastic sheds coming onto the market every year, and they are rapidly becoming an incredibly popular choice with gardeners and homeowners across a broad budget spectrum. So what’s so good about resins and plastics compared to wood? Well, one of the main reasons many people invest in plastics and resins is they are maintenance free – yes, you don’t have to spend your valuable time painting them with strong smelling preservatives. Another reason most commonly cited by steel or resin shed owners is the ease of setting up the shed from out of the box. All of that considered, there are still many people who prefer the traditional looks of a wooden shed even though they do have to spend some time every year in painting them with preservatives.
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Brand - The next thing you should consider before buying an outdoor storage shed for your garden or patio is brand. We understand this better than most, and only review brands that we feel confident will deliver. We also recognize that well-known brands often offer better value for money over lesser-known ones; but that said, we always like to keep an eye out for companies and start-ups that have just joined the sector. This brand inclusiveness is part of our core philosophy, and we stand by every brand that we cover in our reviews.
The national average cost of a 10x15 unit is $126.07 per month. This again includes prices for both climate control and non-climate control units and excludes any storage specials you might receive.
Recreation Unlimited was great: the saleswoman helped us choose the perfect playset for our kids, and the installers helped us choose the right place for it and explained everything we needed to know. We're very happy with our purchase.
Storage facilities with indoor units typically only light the hallways and not the individual units themselves. Outdoor facilities occasionally have some lighting around the perimeter but also not inside the units. If you will be visiting your storage unit at night you should bring a flashlight or headlamp to help you see, otherwise we recommend visiting your unit during the day.
If you’re a gardener, you’ll understand exactly how garden equipment, supplies and general stuff have a tendency to rapidly accumulate. It appears that most of us start out with just the basics, but before you know what, we all seem to end up with a vast collection of tools, pots, old toys, and all manner of random stuff that often threatens to overwhelm even our best outdoor sheds.
Unfortunately, there are those times where life throws a curveball at us and an unexpected event suddenly disrupts our life. Whether a natural disaster or a death in the family, occasionally these situations call for quick and reliable storage solution, and for many of us self-storage provides exactly that.
The utility shed will be built fully assembled here at our shop, and then brought to your site. We use the Mule, a special forklift machine, that minimizes the impact on your lawn.
When many people think of sheds, the first thing that comes to mind is “storage”. And it’s not hard to see why! Garages can quickly become dumping grounds for lawn equipment, bikes, holiday decorations, trash bins, etc. Adding a storage shed to your yard allows you to reclaim your garage while getting organized. It’s a win-win! And living in Indiana, sheds are the perfect place to store cold weather necessities like snow blowers, shovels, and winter boots