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Choosing the Right Shed

By July 2, 2018 Blog No Comments

When it comes to choosing the right shed, there are a variety of factors to consider. These include budget concerns, space requirements and a few other practical but easy decisions like the importance of your new shed’s appearance.

Before you buy, take a look at our tips below!

Talking Budget

The first question to ask is, “What can I afford?”

The answer sets the scene for the entire project. If you’re in the market for a new shed, you’ll want to stick with what you can practically afford.

Smaller, compact options make sense for a tight budget. But if you have a little wiggle room, you can go big and tack on additional features and accessories.

Additionally, if the shed of your dreams is a little out of your budget’s comfort zone, consider saving up and waiting a year or so until you can afford the upgrade.

Keep in mind that at A-Shed USA, we care about our customers, and to take a load off your shoulders, all our prices include professional installation.

What’s the Practical Purpose of Your Shed?

Once you’ve got the budget squared away, now it’s time to move on to selecting the appropriate style. But in order to figure that out, you’ll need to know what purpose your shed will serve.

If your shed will primarily be used for storage, hobbies and projects, one of our durable ranch or barn styles could be perfect. That’s the case especially if you know you’ll be working on big projects or will need a room for large tools, machines and appliances.

For gardening, J-Series and YardMaster options are sleek and practical solutions.

How Important Are Aesthetics?

It might not seem so at first, but this is an important question to ask when you’re researching and shopping: Do you want something cute and appealing that will make your back yard look that much better? Or does a classic, rustic shed seem more your style?

What’s Your Space Situation?

The amount of space you’ll have in the yard is another factor to consider. If you have a small yard and value the green space, opt for a smaller shed. Likewise, if the yard is small but you don’t mind how much space the structure takes up, then go for something larger that will better suit your specific needs.

Remembering to be considerate of neighbors by not blocking any views or creating what could easily be an eyesore is a plus, too, especially if you’ll be working on noisy or messy projects.

Are you ready for your new shed? The team at A-Shed USA is here to help, so give us a call today!

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