After you know what you’ll be using your new storage shed for, make sure you have a good idea of
what you’ll be putting into it before you go shopping. Try to have an idea of how much you will be
storing so you can make sure you will have enough space. The eye can play tricks on us what you “think” will fit into your new storage shed may not all get in there. To combat this, create a list of
everything you’ll want to put into your new shed, and bring your list in with you when you come to our
Display Lot and we can advise you on which space will meet your needs.
Possible Storage Purposes
96-120 square feet
Garden Tools, Push Mower and a Snow Blower. Additional space for boxed storage may exist.
8' x 12' long is good for small back yards or for those who do not need a lot of storage. A riding mower would be a tight fit. The smallest structure we build is a 6' x 8' structure with less than 50 square feet of space.
140-180 square feet
Lawn Tractor, Garden Tools, Push Mower and a Snow Blower. Additional space will be available for a small work area and boxed storage. Wall space is available for hanging tools and lawn equipment.
10' x 16' provides 160 square feet of space works well for nearly all of our customers. This is our most popular size and will fit most of the important items. Where you place your equipment will determine how much floor space you have to work with.
240-280 square feet
Lawn Tractor and attached bagger, Garden Tools, Push Mower and a Snow Blower. Ample wall space for hanging tools and lawn equipment. Plenty of room for a full-sized workshop.
12' x 20' - 240 square feet is our best seller in the large shed category. If extra work space is important to you - or you want a functioning workshop - going with a larger size won't dissapoint.
14' x 28' long are the dimensions for our most popular 1 car garage model. The largest size we offer is a 24' x 36' 2 car garage.
Shed Secret #1 - Buyers’ Remorse In Shed Buying:
By far the most common “complaint” we get from our customers is “I should have listened to you
and gone with something bigger.” There always seems to be more stuff you want to put into your new
storage shed than when you originally thought. It makes sense - by the 2nd or 3rd weekend, when you
really start to appreciate parking both cars in the garage again, and you get use to having a neat and
orderly home because you have everything organized in your storage shed, you probably will think of
other things you want to store in it.