Winter is approaching and it’s time to make sure your garden furniture and equipment is well protected from the elements. Keeping these items stored away safe from wind and rain, is the best way to keep your items in tip top condition. If you don’t already have a shed, garage or outdoor storage facility that is secure from harsh weather conditions now is the time to get one.
There would be nothing worse than to find after months of hibernating, you emerge to find that your shed has been leaking all winter and your lawnmower and other electrical gardening equipment have been ruined beyond repair. Not only is this a nuisance, but it would also be costly to replace.
So why not save yourself the hassle and bother. Investing in a water tight, secure, outdoor storage unit, will save you time, aggravation and money in the long run. The average household spends between £100 and £600 pounds a year on their garden. The majority of this will be in the form of gardening tools and furniture. So just think of the hundreds of pounds worth of goods that you could have accumulated and stored away over the years. Depending on your home insurance policy your outdoor storage may not be covered for water damage, if covered at all. Don’t be left caught out!
Take the time to invest in a secure and tough garden storage unit. A range of secure weatherproof garden sheds are available from Asgard, providing fantastic protection for your garden items. These metal sheds are tough and come with a variety of features: pick resistant locks, wind and rain guards, tough locking mechanisms and integral metal bases. A range of high security sheds are also on offer, to help prevent the theft of your stored items and with a 10 year warranty, you don’t have to worry about a thing. To see the full range of metal garden sheds visit the Asgard website.
Having a watertight shed to store away your garden equipment and furniture will provide you with piece of mind, knowing your items are safe and dry. Best of all, you won’t be left with any nasty surprises once spring emerges and you can start enjoying your garden once again, straight away.