Shedding Some Light on a Dim Matter
You’re in the market for a small shed but you just don’t know where to start. Today, we would love to share with you a few tips on what you should be asking yourself before purchasing a portable shed. Here are a few questions you might ask.
Who do I trust to build it?
That’ s a great question. Choose a company that is reputable and that has been in the business for awhile. Check online for reviews and their warranty information. Quality Buildings has been in business for over 10 years. We love what we do and we care about our customers and their needs.
Why do I need a shed?
Before you start looking at portable buildings, decide exactly why you are needing a shed in the first place. Whether it was to store your mower out of the elements, or to organize some of your things. Determine what you will use it for and what it could also potentially house.
What size will fulfill my needs?
So, you now have decided why you need this shed. Onward to what size would best work for you? Do you need space for a lawn mower and your dirt bike? Or just a few tubs of things and gardening tools. This will determine the size you will need. The smallest shed we have is 8x8 and the largest we have is a 14x42.
Where should my portable building go?
Finding the perfect location for your shed is definitely one of the most important things you should think about.
Flat Level Ground is a must to properly set the building. It's possible that you might have to have some dirt work done.
Keep in mind the best location that is convenient for you. You don't want you shed on the back 2.5 acres of your yard if your gardening equipment is in the front half of your yard.
One of our customer's top favorite features is the portability of our sheds. It's a great thing to have the option of moving your portable barn if the need arises.
When would be the best time to order?
That's up to each individual person. Typical delivery time is 10-15 days weather permitting.
How Will This Shed Help?
There are many ways that a shed can be useful. Protecting larger valuables such as lawnmowers from the elements, Storing all your tackle , and a place to neatly house your camping equipment would fall under the top three reasons not to delay in procuring a storage barn. You should also consider options available to add on to the building. For instance, would It benefit you to purchase the light package? Would shelving benefit your needs?