Are you currently planning a machine shed for your equipment storage? We know how large farm equipment are – not only in size, but also its significance in our day-to-day farming activities. The fact that our business relies on our faming equipment is a clear indication of its importance. With that being said, certain protective measures are needed to keep them in their tip top shape.
A well-kept and maintained equipment undoubtedly ensures our business operation run without a hiccup whatsoever. This is good news to us since smooth operation is equal to shorter down time and lower cost for repairs. So how do we make sure our machinery is always at its best condition? The best way to do it is undoubtedly by paying attention to how and where they are stored.
Nothing can store and protect your expensive investment better than a practical machinery and equipment storage shed. Knowing how critical this storage is, you may breathe a sigh of relief because they are all readily available. Yes, as opposed to making it on your own, purchasing a pre-made storage is easier and safer. Still wonder about the benefits of this shed?
If you think investing in a machinery shed is unnecessary, perhaps you should reconsider your stance. Your shed can be used for a lot of purpose. While the primary is always to store your machines, you actually can use it to store fertilizers, seeds, and pesticides. Not only that, depending on the size, you may also open a farm shop in it!
Proper storage means your machines will be able to get the proper protection and security they need. Thus, it’s not surprising that your equipment gets higher resale price when your trade-in for a new one.
With them stored in one place, you won’t have to run around trying to remember where you stored your machine.
Finally decided on getting yourself a machinery shed? We have a few general guidelines to help you out with this project. The first one is, without a doubt, the size of it. While it largely depends on your available space, your shed must be accessible. Storing and moving your machine out should not be an issue. Another thing worth remembering is to never combine your storage shed with housing for livestock. As tempting as it is, the moisture will definitely cause corrosion on your machines and machine shed.