Whether you have a garage or not, you probably need a shed. Some are tiny and contain only garden essentials such as shovels, rakes, and lawnmowers, while others store sporting equipment, patio furniture, snowblowers, tools and so much more. There are several types of sheds, so let us go through them together so you choose which one best suits your needs.
It is not uncommon to have visitors under our installations. It can be very difficult to manage : how to get rid of them in an ethical and efficient manner? How to prevent them from revisiting? An expert from Bédard Gestion Parasitaire et Déprédation inc. was able to answer these questions and advise you in this delicate process.
The first snows announce the beginning of a new season, and who says “new season”, says it’s time to tidy up. You’ve certainly enjoyed your outdoor living space this summer, but it’s time to tidy your yard for winter. You surely know the major steps in this fall clean-up: closing the pool, storing bikes in the shed, putting away your outdoor furniture, etc. But what about your piles? Yes, you’ve read correctly, your piles! In order to protect your foundations for a very long time, here are a few guidelines to follow to tidy your yard as winter approaches.
After the “Man Cave”, now comes the “She Shed”! Women are taking back control of their backyards, and we love it!