At 7' x 2' this storage building may seem like it's going to be too small to hold much of anything, but you have to remember that description only accounts for two dimensions. Once you add the nearly seven-foot height to that floor space you wind up with 95 cu. ft. of available storage area. Of course it can't accommodate a vehicle or workshop, but it is big enough to store your gardening equipment, firewood, and other seasonal supplies. You could even use it to store the stuff that used fall out of your locker all the time, though if you still haven't washed those gym clothes it may be time to consider disposing of them. Perhaps with the aid of a hazmat suit and a toxic waste bin.
Remember all of those science projects you did as a kid? You know, the ones that taught you really useful things like how to turn a potato into a clock? Well, assembling an Arrow Shed Outdoor Storage Locker is actually a lot easier than completing any of those. For one thing, it comes with clear straightforward instructions and, equally importantly, your tools won't be limited to glue sticks and safety scissors.
That isn't to say, though, that you're going to need a lot of equipment to put one of these buildings together. A few simple tools and a bit of time are all it takes to set up one an Arrow Storage Locker. And there's no need to panic if the last construction work you did was on those science fair projects. This type of shed is specifically designed to be user-friendly. Just follow the directions and you'll be fine.
A lot has changed since you used a school locker. You no longer have a curfew, you don't need to ask your parents' permission to use the car, and you can actually do something about it if you need more storage space. And, if you opt to get a building like this Arrow Shed Outdoor Storage Locker, providing the extra room you need couldn't be easier or more cost-effective.