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Posted On: 07-27-2016
According to Secrets of Shed-Building, there are three things to consider when choosing roofing material for your outdoor structure. First, and probably most important, is waterproofing—will it protect your belongings? How much precipitation do you get where you live? Next, you want something economical in its lifetime cost—thing long-term here as what’s the most affordable now isn’t always the...
Posted On: 07-13-2016
Like any place where you “put your stuff,” things can quickly get overwhelming and overcrowded. While self-discipline is always needed to put things away where they belong, outfitting your shed with the right organizational tools and storage options will help you keep things in tip-top shape. First, think about what items you need to store. Do you have a lot of small items? What about tools? How...
Posted On: 07-05-2016
The tiny house movement is real. With reality shows, books and blogs devoted to these small abodes usually no larger than about 400 square feet, it’s clear there’s quite a buzz about downsizing your living space—and stuff. But is a tiny house right for you and your family? Here are some reasons a tiny home might—or might be for you. You’re Looking to Live More Frugally Many people are attracted...
Posted On: 06-27-2016
Think of your storage shed or other outdoor structure as an extension of your house. This means keeping it in mind for larger landscaping projects, or using it as the focus for its own design theme. Here are a few things to consider when thinking about landscaping around your structures. Landscaping Adding landscaping around the perimeter—or part of the edges—of your shed adds some beauty to your...
Posted On: 06-13-2016
Want to dress up your storage shed? From adding pops of color to finding news uses for your structure, here are a few ways you can upgrade your storage shed. Give it a Paint Job It’s seem so simple—just to slap on a new coat of paint. But don’t underestimate the power of color and how it can freshen up your shed and your entire yard. Choose a vibrant shade with a complementary trim color—maybe an...

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