Wheelbarrow Storage: 9 Ways to Get Organized
Chances are you have a wheelbarrow around to help with yard and garden work. After all they are worth their weight in gold for gardening and other outdoor projects (like taking on your own DIY compost), but when you aren’t using them where should they go? I’m horrible about storing them as they should and often leaving them pushed up against the garage until I need to use it again.
This really isn’t the best choice of storage since it can lead to tray damage. Metal trays can gather water and begin to rust, and plastic trays can become dried out, brittle, or even gather water and crack in freezing weather. In my case it really is time to take matters into my own hands unless I want yet another yard and garden expense on my hands. Responsible ownership truly isn’t a daunting task, as the following wheelbarrow storage ideas show:
Types of Wheelbarrows
Choose For Space and Need
If you’ve been looking for a way to free up some space and store your wheelbarrow in a way that keeps it protected and available, hopefully you won’t have to look any further. Just make sure to take your particular model into account to determine best fit and weight bearing loads before committing to any one idea!
Do you have any innovative wheelbarrow storage ideas you’d like to comment on, or questions about the list provided? If so we’d love to hear them! If you’ve been looking for a great way to store your wheelbarrow then please share!