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Storage shed is a small structure either freestanding or attached to a larger structure serving for storage or shelter. Storage sheds are made up of different materials like, metal, vinyl, wood, aluminum, cedar wood etc. These sheds come in a variety of colors and designs and offer years of maintenance free service.
Storage Sheds Types – Metal, Vinyl, Wood

Metal sheds: They are stronger, more secure, fire resistant, no maintenance, rot and rodent proof, no more painting required.

Vinyl sheds: Vinyl sheds are made up of double wall vinyl panels to resist dents. Many come with paintable steel doors for extra security and long life service.

Wooden sheds: Wooden sheds give a complete traditional look to match any setting .The various options available in wooden sheds make it look like small houses than storage buildings.
You can add various accessories to your shed adding more to its utility. You can use ramps, windows, skylights, lofts, shelves and work benches.

Storage Shed Selection Guide

While going for the storage shed keep in mind the following points:

    • Don’t compromises in the quality of the storage shed for some amount of money? You should choose the design that complements your house because it is the property of lifetime. One can't buy sheds every other day.
    • Let it be a part of it's surrounding naturally. Plant trees around so that it blends into a landscape.
    • Natural wood is considered as the most attractive siding for storage units. But wood or even cedar wood which contains natural resins making them rot resistant need maintenance at some point. So vinyl is the preferred material for siding.
    • Get acquainted with the zoning ordinances and building codes. Depending on your area you may need a building permit and also get information of which materials are accepted for siding.
    • Before installing storage units, lay down cinder blocks, concrete piers, and a concrete slab or at least crush stone. Take care that the supports underlying the floor are made of pressure-treated wood.
    • While going for the storage shed window, consider the design and style of your house as the storage shed must resemble it and on the basis of this select the windows style and pattern.
    • A lot of thought must be gives before selecting the storage shed shelves as it benefits in keeping the shed neat and tidy by providing that extra space to stack your gardening tools and supplies.
 
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