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
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