• Ashley McDuffie

No Shed? No problem

Shed cleanout is a an awful job. It’s not ideal because we just throw stuff into the space. And, it doesn’t get much use beyond that. Eventually, it’s purpose can’t function because there’s simply too much stored and jammed into the space. Here at UFO Junk Removal we have some tips for cleaning it out.

Shed Disposal Options

Now, if that shed is showing signs of wear and tear to the point where it’s near the end of its life, it’s probably time for storage shed disposal. That leaves you with a big time predicament. What do you do with an old shed? Well, you can take the opportunity to empty it out. Then, disassemble it and sell the materials for scrap. But, you should well be totally prepared for a whole lot of work.

It will take several hours to “clean” the metal to sell it to a recycling center. Of course, another option is to simply junk it. All you have to do is hire a local junk hauling service and that will take care of it for you. This way, you’re free of the labor and time. Plus, you make space for a replacement or something else.

UFO Junk Removal Shed Cleanout Hacks You can Use

Your first order of business with a storage shed clean out is to know what you’re dealing with. (This is particularly true if you haven’t been inside the space for some time.) Here are the top storage shed cleanout tips you can use:

  • Knock on the door and walls. As mentioned above, a storage shed makes for a great escape from the weather and predators. So, don’t just throw open the doors and walk inside. Instead, knock and bang on the door and the walls as an alert. Then, proceed slowly inside.

  • Take everything out of the shed. Next, you’ll need to empty the space out completely to have the benefit of a blank slate. Do not leave anything inside to have a clear picture of what you have on-hand.

  • Hose down the interior and wash it. Once empty, you can then use a garden hose to wash it out. You can also clean it up with detergent and a scrub brush to remove any grease and grime.

  • Organize what’s staying and junk the rest. After it’s dry, you can then get everything organized. Then, separate out what you’re keeping from what you’re junking. Carefully arrange what you’re storing inside the shed, putting the most important up-front.

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