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Posted On: 10-24-2016
You’ve probably often seen piles of wooden pallets in the back of warehouses, large stores, factories and other large businesses. But, in recent years, reclaimed wood has exploded in popularity. DIY websites, craft shows, and decorating magazines are time and time again giving us ideas on what we can do with this shipping pallets. One idea is to use pallets to upgrade or update your storage...
Posted On: 10-17-2016
Outdoor structures are so diverse! On our blog, in the past, we’ve featured a few creative uses for outdoor structures, including home offices, potting rooms, and chicken coops. This month, we introduce another idea: the home gym. It’s a like a permanent gym membership! Maybe your house doesn’t have enough space for your equipment, or perhaps you just want a sanctuary separate from your living...
Choosing the Right Color For Painting your Shed
Posted On: 10-11-2016
A new coat of paint can make your outdoor structure look as good as new! Whether you’re painting an unfinished shed for the first time, changing up the look of your existing backyard structure, or adding a fresh layer to help maintain and preserve your shed, there are a few things to consider as you prepare to get out those brushes and rollers. Painting Your Shed Tip #1 – Choose the Right Paint...
Posted On: 09-29-2016
When you build or purchase a shed, you’re likely envisioning that it will be part of your property for a long time. Just as you care for your home by keeping up with maintenance and repairs, you’ll need to pay attention to your shed’s condition. Starting with quality materials is one way to keep things in tip-top condition—and helps protect your investment in your shed. Quality siding for your...
Posted On: 09-15-2016
Your backyard shed, no matter how solid and sturdy, will usually require a proper foundation. Without one, it might not stay level, it will be more prone to moisture, and it could even sink into the ground. You have several options for your shed’s foundation, including gravel, wood, concrete slab: Gravel – gravel (or, crushed stone) pad shed foundations work well for small storage sheds. Wood –...

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