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If you have recently purchased or assembled a shed in your yard, you will want to be as efficient as possible filling the area. It is very easy to fill a shed quickly. It is surprising how many items you may have accumulated over the years. When you start putting things inside a shed, it is best to plan out the process to maximize the amount of space you have available. Here are some tips to use which will help you organize the interior of your shed.
Save The Middle
The middle floor of your shed should be filled up last. It should be saved for heavier and bulkier items that will not fit anywhere else. You will also want to leave a bit of room in the middle for you to stand if you are looking for an item on the exterior walls.
Utilizing Wall Space
The walls can hold several items. Purchase wall hanging accessories to help with filling them. This would include plastic holders intended for storage of shovels, mops, brooms and other items with handles. These are cheap and easy to install. They help get long-handled items up and out of the way. Some of these can even be put on the ceiling of your shed. Store the lighter items above.
Plastic shoe storage bags can be used on walls. These have pocketed areas where smaller items can be stored and found when needed. Consider using these for smaller items that could get lost easily.
Create a tool wall area. Buy a piece of pegboard from a hardware store and nail it to one of the walls in your shed. Hang small hooks from the pegboard for storing small tools. You can trace your tools with a black marker right on the pegboard. This outline will show you which tools have not been returned after use, by matching the tool to the shape. It makes it easier to remember what tools you own and which you have lent out or failed to put back.
Using shelving units can give you much more space within your shed. Buy a few metal shelving units and put them together to place against a wall inside your shed. The shelving can be used for items you want to get up and off the floor, such as paint cans, engine oil and fertilizer on shelves. These are all items that you don't want spilling, and having them on shelves will help keep that from happening.
Hoses And Wire
Things that are coiled, like hoses or wiring, can be hung on the door of your shed. There are hangers you can buy that are used just for these types of items, helping them avoid tangling with other items. The hangers help them stay without kinks or bends.
For more information, talk to a company like Alaskan Barns.