Nothing ruins curb appeal like stray trash cans strewn about your front or side yard. No matter how much time you spend on gorgeous landscaping and outdoor décor, those pesky bins not only create a cluttered look, they can also invite unwanted guests like rodents and insects. Utilizing a garbage can storage shed is an easy way to maintain curb appeal and avoid pests in your yard. Here are some creative ways to conceal garbage and keep your lawn looking great in every season.
Why Use a Shed for Garbage Can Storage?
There are several reasons why a trash can shed is a solid investment for your property. The addition will provide several benefits including:
- Keep wild animals away: If you have trash cans sitting outside of your home unsecured, chances are a wild animal could become interested in what’s inside. Animals like raccoons are notorious for scavenging through trash cans, causing a mess and even dangerous situations if they are in bad health and attack a human or a pet. Other animals like bears can also become interested in loose trash cans. Putting ammonia on trash can lids can successfully keep animals away.
- Avoid infestations: When garbage cans are left unsecured, they not only carry trash inside. Even when they’re