Now that snow is falling, it’s officially time to have all your winter equipment ready and accessible at a moment’s notice. Nothing is worse than trying to search for your shovel and salt after a few inches of snow is covering your driveway! Here are some great storage options this winter to keep your belongings safe and ready to use.
Keeping Your Winter Equipment Handy
Whether you need your snow blower or just a scraper, it’s so important to know where all your winter equipment is prior to the rough weather. Finding the right shed for your needs is crucial.
If you’re on the hunt for a shed to store small items like shovels, salt, or even a generator, the Versa-Shed is a great choice. Compact and durable, you will be able to grab what you need quickly with two access points and a self-balancing lid. Perhaps you just need a space for your trash cans, or maybe even your child’s toboggan? This option also has a 2-point locking system so you can rest assured your items are safe. The Versa-Shed also includes:
- Steel construction for added stability and strength
- Wide swing doors for easier access
- Horizontal header for extra frame stability
Protect Winter Equipment from the Elements
Storing your ATV or vehicle out in the driveway without any shelter can really do some damage. For a simple shed ready to build right out of the box, choose Shed-in-a-Box. This shed features an all-steel frame with powder-coated finish that is resistant to chipping and rust. The ripstop polyethylene cover is waterproof and UV treated, so you can be sure your items inside are safe from the sun. Shed-in-a-Box also features:
- Ratchet Tite cover tensioning keeps cover tight and neat-looking
- Patented ShelterLock Stabilizers for added stability and strength
- Easy Slide Cross Rail system for a continuous frame to fabric fit
If your winter equipment is more substantial, you may want a larger shed to fit everything from your tools to your snowmobile. The Commander Series Storage Building is an ideal option for tremendous storage space. It’s large enough to fit a small car or boat, or you can even convert it into a workshop. The frame, wall, and roof are manufactured using galvanized steel for ultimate strength. The painted parts have a double baked-on enamel finish to give it a gorgeous look that lasts.
With a larger shed like this one, it’s a great idea to organize it properly for the winter. That may include adding a shelving kit or a tool hanger to keep everything organized. Knowing where your winter equipment is located is important to your safety, so taking a little time to keep it tidy will be worth it in the long run.
Protecting your winter equipment from the frigid temperatures will elongate the life of your belongings. But ultimately, it can also keep you safe. Knowing where your snowblower, shovel, or generator is located in your shed will keep you prepared this winter and protect your items for years to come.