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Tips For Organizing Your Yard Equipment

Have you ever gone to your garden shed and found that your yard equipment is in a mess all the time? If this is a fact, then this short article is here to give you some tips on how you can organize your equipment so it is easier to find. Here are a few simple tips to get you started.

Tip 1. The first thing you should do is clean out your shed and place everything on the lawn. Throw away anything that is not being used or is rubbish, this way you will have more room when putting the equipment back in.

Tip 2. The next thing you can look at is working out if you can hang anything like hedge trimmers or whipper snippers on the walls. Make up some simple hooks with some hard wire that can support the weight of your machine. By hanging some of the more flexible items on the walls it leaves you with some extra space on the floor.

Tip 3. If you have things like fuel and other nick knacks that are needed for your machines, why not look into buying some cheap storage boxes that c…

Today's Yard Equipment Makes Easy Work Out of Yard Maintenance

Yard equipment; ah, the feeling of making your first money from mowing the neighbor's lawn. In the fifties, mowing the lawn was good for a dollar or two for sweating in the hot sun pushing the mower over the grass. Once motorized lawn mowers became popular it was easier and quicker to cut the grass and you could even charge more for it. But you didn't really evolve until you made it to your first riding mower. The riding mower was the best. It made a job seem more like fun. Kids begged to mow the lawn. Even mothers didn't seem to mind the lawn work.
Lawn equipment in the early days wasn't exciting. Your father went to Sears, Penny's, and Montgomery Ward's and bought whatever was sitting on the show floor. As the years went by, home improvement businesses like Lowe's and Home Depot put many different brands and types out there for us to choose from. Owning a really nice riding mower became another step in "keeping up with the Jones". …