Since Spring is here, the fun can begin! If you love working with your tools, you probably have a lot. We wanted to give you some tips to store your tools safely and to keep yourself organized. So, follow these great storage ideas so you’re ready to go for it!

  • Allen Wrenches, Drill Bits, Screwdrivers, Pencils: If you’ve lost the cases for your wrenches or want to keep pencils in a safe place, take a piece of plywood and glue some rigid foam insulation and these tools will stick right in.
  • Saw Blades: To keep yourself safe from saw blades, cut a slit down a piece of hose and cover your blades with it.
  • Tool Rack: You probably have an array of tools so why not build a tool rack out of PVC.
  • Sanding Discs: There is an easy and cute way to store your sanding discs and circular saw blades. All you have to do is cut pie tins in half and screw them to your wall!
  • Bits: For easy bit storage, use a magnetic tool holder to keep them safe and all in one...
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Do you love your barn and want to keep it in tip-top shape. Barns can get damaged from constantly being in the path of strong winds, the sun, and rain. There are things you can do to repair and preserve your wonderful barn.

  • Make sure to take a full inspection of your barn and look for any possible problems. If you think there may be problems with your barn, a professional can check all the most common areas and give you a full report.
  • Check the foundation for proper grading.
  • Check the foundation, beams, and other wooden surfaces for insect damage. It is important to fix any structural damage.
  • If your barn is constantly being hit by strong winds, you can add wind braces at the corners of your barn.
  • A fresh coat of paint will always do wonders for any building. To keep your barn looking good, paint inside and out!
  • When you’re painting, take a look at the trim and siding to make sure nothing needs to be repaired.
  • Check the windows and doors and update them if need be.
  • If you want to preserve your barn, keep...
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Sheds aren't just for storing your lawn mower, tools, and garden supplies any longer! Check out some these great ideas.

Whether you’re planning on getting a new shed or already have one, there are many different uses for that shed that you probably haven’t thought of. So take a look at these and figure out what you’re going to do with yours!

  • Game Room: Love video games, arcade games, and board games? Turn your shed into the place to be!
  • Art Studio: If you have the flare for painting, why not turn your beautiful shed into an art studio?
  • A Workshop: This one is a little more obvious but nonetheless a good idea. Whatever it is you like to work on, clean up your shed for your very own workspace.
  • Playhouse: If you have children, give them their very own playhouse. And, it will keep all the toys out of the house!
  • Gym: Like to work out but don’t want to go to a gym? Build your own home gym in your shed and workout whenever you like.
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