Property owners across Northern Colorado are keeping their fingers crossed with hopes that we have seen the last of the winter snow. Now that May has arrived, flowers are blooming and grass is growing, leaving many homeowners scrambling to get their gardens planted and their sprinkler systems up and running. Small storage units provide the perfect storage solution for your lawn and garden items, and if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to get those items out of storage and put them to use. At Homestead Self Storage, we offer 24-hour access to your property so you can come and get it anytime you need. Swing by our storage facility today!
Commonly Stored Garden Supplies
Mowers, Trimmers, and Tillers
Larger pieces of lawn and garden equipment can take up valuable space in your garage or garden shed. If you have a lawn mower, weed wacker, and/or tiller that has been stored elsewhere since the fall, then now is the perfect time to get it out and perform the routine maintenance needed for optimal performance, such as sharpening the blades, changing the oil, and cleaning the motors.
Shovels, Rakes, and Hoes
If you are a gardening enthusiast, you likely have a wide variety of tools and implements that help you dig into the soil, spread fertilizer, and prepare the land for planting. Gardening tools like shovels, rakes, and hoes are essential for these tasks. If yours have been kept in storage during the winter months, it may be wise to retrieve them now so that you are prepared when the perfect gardening day arrives.
Pots and Planters
Because they can be quite bulky, some homeowners find themselves storing planters and pots in small storage units when they are not in use. Doing so will free up space in your garage and your gardening shed, but when you are filling those first planters in May, you need to know which pots you have at your disposal. Taking all of your planters out of storage will allow you to know what you have, and it can save you the expense of buying an item that you already own.
Lawn and Garden Accessories
Finally, no outdoor space is complete without all of the garden accessories that add a fun and whimsical element to lawns and gardens. Decorative items like garden flags, garden gnomes, and lawn stakes may have been packed away last fall when the colder weather settled in, but now is the perfect time to get them out. Likewise, there is no better time to retrieve your functional accessories like trellises and garden border fencing.
Small Storage Units In Evans
Once summer and fall wind down, you may find yourself in need of off-site storage in which to place your belongings again for the winter months. When you rent from Homestead Self Storage, you will have your choice of large and small storage units, as well as climate-controlled units — all at affordable rates and a convenient location. Our secure storage facility is centrally located off of Highway 34 and 35th Avenue behind The Home Depot®. Call our helpful team at 970-400-7144 or reserve your unit online today!