Storage And Sheds
- Choosing the Best
Storage Shed and Taking Care of It - Your garage is finally full of
stuff and now it's time to find a good storage shed. You don't just want
to find a good storage shed, you're looking for the best storage shed
that will provide you with the most value for your money. You're looking
for a good product that will last forever.
- How Big of a Storage Shed Do
I Need? Professional Advice - Every once in a while someone e-mails
me with a question that seems obvious and easy to answer, but this one
isn't that easy. How big of a storage shed do I really need? It doesn't
really matter how you answer this question, because the storage shed
isn't going to be big enough.
- Protect Your Storage Sheds
During the Winter - If you live in cold climates, where temperatures
drop below freezing and stay there for long periods of time, you could
find yourself dealing with springtime repairs, especially if you haven't
prepared your storage shed correctly.
- Building a Heavy Duty
Shed Foundation - First let me explain what a heavy duty shed is and
then I will explain how to build the foundation. A heavy duty shed would
be something built similarly to a home. In other words you would use
lumber to frame the building and siding or stucco to finish the
exterior. The shed would also have a regular roof on it, using
composition shingles or something of its equivalent.
- Building a Light Duty
Shed Foundation - If you plan on putting a light-duty shed on top of
a concrete foundation, there's no need for any footings and you might
even be able to get away without installing any structural
- Storage Shed Building Requirements -
If you're going to be building a storage shed, on a solid foundation,
there's a good chance that you are going to need a building permit.
There are some exceptions, in the area that I live in, you're allowed to
build a shed with a solid foundation, as long as the roof area of the
shed is less than 100 Square feet.
- Toilet Paper Storage Problem
Under Sink - Some people are actually afraid to check under the
bathroom sink, they're afraid they might find spiders, mice, rats or
other pesky creatures, but worse than that, it seems like most
homeowners are afraid they could actually find a water leak.