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The medium-sized units fit the bill for storing equipment like, computers, computer parts, electrical goods, furniture made from wood or leather, expensive art such as oil paintings, artifacts, and different tools or machines. Audio and video equipment like stereo systems, and televisions or radios, can also be protected from the adverse effects of changing climate by storing them in these units. Music lovers can protect their musical instruments made from wood such as guitars, pianos, violins, etc. by keeping them in a climate controlled environment.
Purchase a few wicker baskets from a local store, and grab a handful of nails and a hammer for the project. Pick a spot to hang the baskets in place, and load them up with CDs and DVDs. You can even label the baskets with paper tags depending on what the baskets contain. Group the items together by category-wise or alphabetically so that it's easy for you to find the items later on.
You can then start building, by first adding a landscape fabric to prevent the shed from unwanted weed growth or varmints. It will also keep the base of the shed dry and free from decay. Create a foot area, then four corners for support, and secure them deep into the ground, and then the roof.
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