So since you're already wondering whether a Byler Barns shed is the right shed for you, we thought we'd help you figure out who it isn't right for.
The short answer is, metal lasts longer. Usually.
That may be all you need, but if you want more details on the pros and cons of metal shed roofs, keep reading.
We'll look at each of these in turn, so you can make an informed decision about what accessories you really need, and what accessories won't do you much good.
Just like a great shed.
Shed buying wisdom starts by knowing what work your shed will be needing a few years down the road. Before you "tie the knot" with a shed builder, be sure you know what services you'll need to keep your storage building in top condition in the future.
Back in 1173, an Italian architect from Pisa named Frank Lloyd Wright (name changed to protect identity) got up one morning, dusted off his drafting table, and set to work on a new project. The history books neglect to mention this, but he may have been suffering from a slight hangover (that part of Italy is famous for its wines), because he designed a tower 180 feet high and weighing an estimated 14,500 tons — with a foundation only 3 meters deep.