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Your Guide To Garden Sheds

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As the summer season approaches, it’s time to think about where you are going to store the items you used to keep your lawn looking fresh and great. Cheap garden sheds are difficult to come by, and they are also just as difficult to assemble. Plenty of people who love gardening might not even have a clue how to build a shed, and thats why they may end up hiring someone to help them out. It is important to keep in mind, though, that there is no easy way to get a cheap garden sheds. There are plenty of tools that you will use this summer to keep your lawn looking nice, and it is important to get yourself cheap garden sheds for the summer. When you purchase a shed, for instance, make sure that you determine the space you will need, and then also consider adding 25% more to that space for all of your possible future storage Continue Reading

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You can call us anytime. (203) 285-8692 My name is Alice Jennings. I am a working mother of two young boys, Jim and Joey. My husband travels a lot for work and I handle most of the household "stuff". I created this site to share my ideas for family dinners. At first that's all that it was, but over time I have had requests and questions about other family issues and products. This is very much a work in progress. I plan to let this site grow and continue to help all my readers and contributors.

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The 3 Biggest Threats To Small Amish Built Sheds

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Small sheds are increasingly popular in the United States. For about 77% of Americans, small sheds are just additional storage space for garden tools and various odds and ends. But for that last 23%, small sheds can be used for backyard yoga studios, a children’s playhouse, a “she shed” for mom to get away from those children, and tons more inventive DIY ideas. But no matter what you’re using those small sheds for, if you aren’t careful, they can quickly turn into a pile of wood and rubbish.

So if you want to make sure your garden or Amish built shed lasts for decades to come, here are the biggest threats to be aware of:

1. Bugs, Rodents, Reptiles, And All Things Creepy, Crawly

If you live in the Southwest, scorpions can hide from the scorching sun in your vinyl garden boots. If y Continue Reading

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You can call us anytime. (203) 285-8692 My name is Alice Jennings. I am a working mother of two young boys, Jim and Joey. My husband travels a lot for work and I handle most of the household "stuff". I created this site to share my ideas for family dinners. At first that's all that it was, but over time I have had requests and questions about other family issues and products. This is very much a work in progress. I plan to let this site grow and continue to help all my readers and contributors.

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Why You May Want to Consider Buying Amish Furniture, Sheds, or Barns

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Do you need a barn to house your farming equipment or other important items? Perhaps you want to get a new shed for your tools and lawn care equipment? Whatever the exact reason, you may want to consider Amish built barns and Amish sheds.

Items made by the Amish people first gained notoriety in the United States during the 1920′s. The furniture is made by hand, and each component is selected with the particular building project in mind. Today, you can buy Amish barns for sale in any number of different architectural aesthetics.

With an Amish built shed, a person can put additional items there that no longer Continue Reading

Alice Jennings

You can call us anytime. (203) 285-8692 My name is Alice Jennings. I am a working mother of two young boys, Jim and Joey. My husband travels a lot for work and I handle most of the household "stuff". I created this site to share my ideas for family dinners. At first that's all that it was, but over time I have had requests and questions about other family issues and products. This is very much a work in progress. I plan to let this site grow and continue to help all my readers and contributors.

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