Outdoor Pram Storage – A Beginner’s Guide

You’ve got the pram, but now you need to think about where you are going to store it. This guide should help you find the right outdoor pram storage for your pram and outdoor space.

Luckily, most prams can be folded up or taken apart for ease of storage. You can practice doing this before buying the pram, just to make sure it won’t be a problem for you when you bring it home.

When contemplating the best place for your pram to be kept, you should consider somewhere dry and secure. If your pram is consistently kept in a damp area, you run the risk of mould and rust developing over time.

The issues that come with a damp environment can be easily avoided, a reasonable solution would be to store your pram indoors. However, trying to find a location in your house where it can be stored can often prove a challenge. Hallways, closets and even car boots are commonly used by parents for this purpose. Some people even store prams by hanging them over doors.

Your pram should not be left somewhere where it could be a tripping hazard. You also don’t want to leave it somewhere where it might be stolen, such as in a communal hallway.

Sometimes you have no choice but to leave your pram outside. There may not be any room for your pram in a shop or tearoom. One of the main issues with leaving your pram outside is the risk of theft. To stop this from happening, you could opt for a lock, or even remove part of your pram to deter others from taking it.

Leaving your pram outside for any length of time will expose it to the elements. If your pram is made of steel – even stainless – rust will happen faster than if it is made from other materials. Some materials are more resilient than others, such as carbon fibre. This is a material which will never rust, but it is likely to be reflected in the cost of your pram.

You should also try not to leave your pram outside when it is cold, as it will become cold to the touch and uncomfortable for the baby.

Home insurance, although covering your personal belongings in your premises, will not cover the theft of your pram if it is stolen from another location. This is something you will need to consider.

How do I store my pram outside?

If you are leaving your pram outside, you should make sure that it is not obstructing entrances, fire escapes or pavements. Take security measures such as using a lock or getting insurance for your personal belongings. If you need to store your pram outside for a longer period, such as in your garden, it will need to be covered. A tarpaulin sheet is better than nothing, however, it will not efficiently do the job of protecting your pram from the elements.

By far, the best way to protect your pram if it must be left outside is by using outdoor pram storage.

What types of outdoor pram storage are on the market?

Fortunately, there are even better ways to store your pram outside. The following products have been designed with you – the pram owner – in mind. You will not need to worry about mould, rust or damp problems. By selecting the right storage, you will have peace of mind and will get to avoid the problems faced by those who keep their prams outside without any protection.

Investing in a garden shed such as the ones listed below may well stop you from having to replace your pram more frequently.

Keter Store-It Out Midi

This storage unit is the ideal location to keep your pram safe from the elements. Large enough to house two wheelie bins (2X120L), your pram will fit easily and be protected by its durable design. It has an 845 litre capacity. This product boasts ‘no maintenance’ and, with the added security of a lock, you will never have to worry about the safety of your pram.

The beige and brown colouring of this shed will look great in any garden or patio. A simple light wash will keep it looking great in your garden for a very long time.

What is more, this product comes with free delivery.

  • Dimensions: 130 x 74 x 21 cm (L x W x H).
  • Attractive elegant wood effect panels
  • Heavy-duty floor 

Keter Store-It Out Max

Ideal for the even larger pram, this outdoor pram storage unit may well be what you need. It has a 1200 litre capacity. Once again, this product is hard-wearing and also boasts ‘no maintenance’. The shed has a main door bolt and secondary foot bolt, making it highly secure. It is a dry and well-ventilated unit, so you don’t have to worry about the build-up of moisture. A sloped threshold will make it easy for you to roll the pram inside.

It can also be kept looking its best with a simple light wash. This product also comes with free delivery.

  • Dimensions: 145.5 cm x 82 cm x 125 cm (L x W x H)
  • Elegant wood effect panels with a piston-assisted lid
  • Wide opening doors

Keter Store-It Out Ultra Outdoor

With its 2000 litre capacity, this shed will store even the largest of prams with ease. It is weather-resistant, has elegant wood effect panels, boasts fade-free plastic and even has steel reinforcement. You can open the shed from the top or the front and close it with the main door bolt. With its secure design, you won’t have to worry about having your pram stolen. 

Shelves can even be added into the shed allowing you extra storage space for your storage needs.

This product also comes with free delivery.

  • Dimensions: 164 x 97 x 127 cm (L x W x H)
  • Fade-free plastic and steel reinforcement
  • Weather-resistant

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