I want to move as many tools and equipment from inside house to a recently repaired shed.
I was wondering, whether I should be worried about how equipment -- particularly electrical -- would be affected by being stored in a non-heated location, subject to frequent changes in temperature?
My home is in a temperate maritime zone, in winter it can get colder than -20C/-4F, but generally it has recently been nearer -5C..+5C/23-41F, and 20-30C/86-86F in summer, and a typical difference between day and night can be up to ~10 degrees all year long.
Obviously a lawnmower (I have a cordless one) would still stay in the shed, but I have a number of electrical tools -- both corded and cordless, such as a drill, a couple reciprocating saws, a cordless screwdriver and impact driver, etc, so I was wondering if it was reasonable to store them in shed all year round. What about Li-ion batteries for the tools?
Humidity is usually quite high at all times except winter, but that would be only somewhat different indoors, as we don't generally do HVAC in residential areas, and I don't have an AC unit either.
The shed is without flooring [the ground is rather humid in the area], and is very well ventilated due to multiple cracks in walls; there are gaps between roof and wall as well. It has partially translucent roof, but in general, only wind can get in, and air humidity -- I am not worried about rain or snow.