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Anyone come across outdoor storage that provides solid protection from the elements?
 

PowerMe

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A sturdy Rubbermaid garden shed would do the trick, as long as you get one large enough.

My garden shed is build like a little building, with fiber cement siding, shingled roof, and gutters, but that was already here when I bought my house.
 
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A sturdy Rubbermaid garden shed would do the trick, as long as you get one large enough.

My garden shed is build like a little building, with fiber cement siding, shingled roof, and gutters, but that was already here when I bought my house.
I've been told to avoid garden sheds as they are extremely porous and allow moisture to build up, hence rust. I want something that is bone dry.
 

J.R.

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I've been told to avoid garden sheds as they are extremely porous and allow moisture to build up, hence rust. I want something that is bone dry.
You would need heat/ac or a dehumidifier for bone dry. Best to put it in the house where you live. I've owned Harley-Davidsons my whole adult life and it's always a fight to stay ahead of corrosion. I use a dehumidifier in the garage that drains to the outside. Any concrete, brick, block will transmit moisture to the space.