We’ve been asked periodically, “How are you going to get that building into my backyard?!?” Great question! When you stop and think about it, rolling a storage shed down the road on wheels is really pretty remarkable. Lots of people have seen–and become accustomed–to seeing that very sight, but until they decide they want that storage shed in their backyard, they’ve never stopped to wonder how it might get there. Once the building arrives at your home, there are three basic steps that the shed delivery crew will go through for most deliveries.
DO’s and DON’Ts of Storage Shed Maintenance
As we discussed in Part 1 of Shed Care, there are many things you can do (or not do) that will improve the useful life of your backyard accessory structure. By taking a little extra time and money, with 4 tips here you can add 10-20 years to the life of your shed.
Shed Care: Three DO’s and DON’Ts of Shed Maintenance (Part 1 of 2)
You’ve spent good money on your storage shed. You want it to last a long time.
Let’s look at 3 really basic things you should do–or should not do–that will dramatically improve the useful life of your backyard building.