Whether you just want a light to help you find your way around in the dark, or you want a fully functional workshop, running electricity to a shed is not as difficult as you may think. You just need some pre-planning, a little know-how, and a weekend or two of your time.
Before you go building, or buying, there are a few things to consider. If you are a member of a Homeowners Association, they probably have guidelines regarding the building of any structures. Plus, the town or county will have zoning regulations that you must follow. If you aren’t sure where to begin, here are five things to ask about your HOA regulation
For years, Steve in Augusta County has been collecting antiques. It's a hobby that "kinda got out of control," he says. He bought items at antique and thrift stores, but friends ...
If you have a mower, you’ve probably had an uneasy feeling that you should tuck it in somehow for the winter. But the gutters need cleaning and the leaves need raking, and somehow it’s easy to neglect the mower. These 5 Mower Storage Tips are really fairly simple, and can save you a lot of expensive repair bills down the road.
Thinking of a DIY block foundation for your shed? Here's the help you need! We lead you through the process of building your own block foundation, step by step.
I think all of us at some point have seen something and thought, "I could build that." Your wife may send you a Pinterest idea and you think to yourself that it couldn't be that hard. But is it? In this post, we'll explore some of the hidden costs of DIY shed building.
DIY Shed – depending on your interests, the thought of building your own shed might send a thrill down your spine…or fill you with dread. If the thought of taking on a building project piques your interest, read on! Here are 4 reasons why you should consider “doing it yourself.”
Bought a barn that’s about to be delivered, but have a few questions? We have a few blog posts about the delivery process already, but this post is specifically to answer the questions we frequently hear from customers.
The 10×12 shed is one of our most popular sheds. And it’s popular for good reason! The 10×12 is a great size for your basic storage needs. It doesn’t overtake your small backyard, but it still allows plenty of space for a riding mower.
But is 10×12 the right size for you? Before you spend a month of Saturdays . . .
Kevin Wallace loves to cruise the scenic back roads of Virginia on his 150 horsepower Suzuki bike. But when he hits the road in his 18-wheeler, the bike has to stay home. In a 12×30 High-Wall barn. It has plenty of living space.