One of the best ways to keep your landscape in order is by making sure that you keep your tools organized and maintained. Leaving your gardening tools all over your landscape is a good way to ensure that they get dirty, lost or rusted over time. Which is why you should build a space to store all of your landscaping tools in.
We recommend building a wood lean-to-shed against your house or nearby your garden or patio. A lean-to-shed won’t take up too much space but will provide enough room for all your basic gardening tools, including larger tools such as rakes and shovels. While there are a lot of woods to choose from when planning out your lean-to-shed, we suggest using cedar wood. Cedar wood is naturally resistant to rot, which means it will weather the elements better than other types of wood.
A project like this shouldn’t take you too long – to build one yourself shouldn’t take longer than a weekend to accomplish. Just remember to clean your tools every once in a while before putting them away.
New alder products available February 2018
Schutte Lumber Company is proud to announce the addition of a new product line
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