But they can also be a pain if they are low-quality. They can curl and crack before their time. They can blow off in a wind storm. Either of these will give you a leaky roof. And a leaky roof is not only obnoxious, it will rot out your shed in no time.
Shingles are not all the same quality. Even within the same brand...
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.
Disclaimer: Byler Barns orders some buildings from the Lancaster, PA area. Those sheds are built to our specifications. Some of the craftsmen who build the sheds are Amish. The craftsmen are Amish. The sheds are not.
Studio Shed Moves 300 Miles to Tennessee
Steve Mickley couldn’t bear to leave it behind. As a master craftsman turning out specialized wood bowls he needed his tools. And he needed his studio shed. So when he decided to move from the Arnold Valley of Virginia to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, there was no option: the shed had to go along.
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.