Tips to Help Make Sheds Storage Commodities

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Sadly, summer doesn’t last forever. When fall arrives, various pieces of warm-weather equipment becomes idle for the following months. If you’re struggling to find enough room for lawnmowers, gardening tools, and patio furniture, a shed could be the solution.

Add a Ramp

Consider ordering a ramp with your shed or adding it to an existing one.  Ramps make it easier to wheel in your lawnmower and other heavy items.

Consider Loft Storage

Overhead storage is often overlooked because the preference is to keep everything at eye level, or within a convenient reach.

There are various items that only need to be accessed at certain times during the year.  Seasonal sports equipment, patio umbrellas, outdoor decorations, and other items that are used in the spring and summer months can be stored out of the way.

Take Time to Declutter

Before putting your seasonal items away for the winter, go through all the items in your shed and get rid of anything old, broken, or that you don't need. You may find that there is more free space available.

At Seashore Sheds and Gazebos, we have various sheds in-stock and available for quick delivery.  You can also order your own custom creation.

Seashore Sheds and Gazebos is located at 507 Seashore Rd. in Cape May. For more information, call 609-884-3381 or visit