Tuesday, September 27, 2016



Building A Shed

Shed Moving – How to move your shed Shed Moving – How to move your shed posted on November 29, 2010

How to Move Your Storage Shed Moving a storage shed within your yard is much easier than you might think. You just need the proper tools to do the job. If you purchased the shed from a local storage shed retailer I would contact them before the move. Most shed retailers offer shed moving services both within the yard and over the road. In most cases... [Read more of this review]


Storage shed doors won’t close? Here are some Tips Storage shed doors won’t close? Here are some Tips posted on July 24, 2010

Why won’t my shed Doors close? I receive at least 40-50 calls per year from people who have a shed 15,20,30 or more years old which is in decent shape however the doors are sagging, won’t close properly or just plain don’t work. Here are some simple steps to try and eliminate your door issues: Take a 4′ level and place in the middle of... [Read more of this review]


Buying A Shed

Buying and moving a Used Storage Shed Buying and moving a Used Storage Shed posted on December 21, 2011

So you want to buy a shed you found in the local paper or online BUT you are responsible for moving it to your home. How much will it cost to move the shed? We receive these calls all the time. There is no set price for relocating a storage shed. There are too many variables to be considered such as the height, width, distance, access and construction... [Read more of this review]


2 Story Storage Sheds – Maximize your Storage Space 2 Story Storage Sheds – Maximize your Storage Space posted on June 11, 2011

The past few years we have seen a trend towards taller, more elaborate storage sheds. Whether it be for increased overhead storage space or to create a more architecturally appealing outbuilding this trend spurred the development of new storage shed lines. At first we simply increased the pitch of the roof. Traditionally, sheds had anywhere from a 6/12... [Read more of this review]


Storage Shed Site Prep

Storage Shed Site prep. – Crushed Stone Base Storage Shed Site prep. – Crushed Stone Base posted on July 30, 2009

A firm, level base is important to the longevity of your storage shed. In our storage shed buyers guide we discuss site preparation but I am going to go a little more in depth here. If you don’t feel you can tackle the site preparation you can opt to hire a local landscape contractor. Crushed Stone Base The crushed stone base is now the most widely... [Read more of this review]


Easy Storage Shed Site preparation (for smaller sheds) Easy Storage Shed Site preparation (for smaller sheds) posted on July 5, 2009

A cheap, effective way to create a base for your small storage shed We recommend a crushed stone base to most of our customers however sometimes it just isn’t worth the time and money. In cases where the shed is very small (under 80 square feet) although a good idea a stone base isn’t always necessary. If you are thinking of building or buying... [Read more of this review]


Shed Styles

Storage Shed Styles Storage Shed Styles posted on December 13, 2010

Today’s storage sheds come in a wide range of styles and designs. Gone are the days of offering customers a choice of 3 or 4 shed styles. The majority of storage shed designs consist of 4 walls and a roof so when selecting a storage shed, in most cases you are choosing the roof style, siding and of course customizing the layout as well as selecting... [Read more of this review]


Playing around with your shed colors Playing around with your shed colors posted on August 13, 2009

I have to admit that most of the sheds I sell are relatively boring. I’m not referring to the layout as door and window placement is important with regard to the functionality of the shed. I am talking about color schemes. The majority of the customers I speak with each day are interested in matching the color scheme of their home. Of course this... [Read more of this review]