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Questions to Ask About Storage Sheds

If you do not have the capacity to keep all of your possessions inside your house, you might want to think about constructing or buying a storage shed.

  • Is a shed a good storage solution for every kind of homeowner or renter?
    Storage sheds are best for people who live in the suburbs or, even better, in the country. On the other hand, urban residents may find that they do not have the means or even the permission to set up outdoor containers. In particular, people who live in apartment buildings may not be authorized to do so. Additionally, urban areas can also pose a greater threat of thefts, an issue also considered below.

  • Are locks enough to provide security for my storage shed?
    Your plans to secure storage units should depend both on the particular area where they are located and the inventory they contain. Metal locks might not be sufficient to secure outdoor containers in high-risk areas.

  • Do I have to set up a special storage shed, or are there preexisting components of my house which I can use?
    Rather than building a shed specifically for storage purposes, people may choose to use other structures, such as could barns or garages. Urban and suburban residents might more probably have the latter option of a garage, while people living in rural areas might alternately have access to barns.

  • What other options do I have besides setting up storage sheds?
    If the security issues described above, or any other practical matter, render storage sheds impractical, you could store some of your possessions away from your home altogether. For one, you could keep some of your possessions in an office. You could also rent out space in a storage facility.

    If you're looking for quality storage sheds, we can help. Ask about the different storage options available.

    A Storage Place Write review for this local business
    5802 Nc 96 Hwy W, Youngsville, NC 27596
    (919) 570-8668  
    Storage Solutions Write review for this local business
    512 Us 1 Hwy, Youngsville, NC 27596
    (919) 554-8703  
    Alston Avenue Self Storage Write review for this local business
    2542 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 957-2711  
    Local Shed Guy Write review for this local business
    420 E Rose St, Smithfield, NC 27577
    (302) 983-0510  
    Shed Depot Write review for this local business
    2700 S Horner Blvd, Sanford, NC 27332
    (919) 776-0206  
    C & E Utility Buildings Write review for this local business
    1211 N Wesleyan Blvd, Rocky Mount, NC 27804
    (252) 446-8002  
    Port-A-Shed Write review for this local business
    1643 Wadsworth Rd, Carthage, NC 28327
    (910) 947-2648  
    Buddy's Yard Barns Write review for this local business
    4459 Cumberland Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28306
    (910) 423-0411  
    Norris Storage Buildings & Carports Write review for this local business
    2948 Gillespie St, Fayetteville, NC 28306
    (910) 424-0514  
    Extra Space Storage Write review for this local business
    2655 George Owen Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28306
    (910) 423-3921  
    Also Enterprises Write review for this local business
    2697 Cobb Dail Rd, Farmville, NC 27828
    (252) 752-3705  
    Norris Storage Buildings & Carports LLC Write review for this local business
    8863 Fayetteville Rd, Raeford, NC 28376
    (910) 875-1560  
    Simons Hawg Shed Write review for this local business
    9764 Us Highway 220 Bus N, Randleman, NC 27317
    (336) 799-4366  
    Freedom Mini Storage Write review for this local business
    100 Liberty St, Red Springs, NC 28377
    (910) 843-8560  
    Boff Mini Storage Write review for this local business
    603 N Heritage St, Kinston, NC 28501
    (252) 527-7715  
    Norris Storage Buildings Write review for this local business
    1001 E 4th Ave, Red Springs, NC 28377
    (910) 843-8920  
    Patios-Plus Inc Write review for this local business
    2015 N Business Loop 85 Hwy, High Point, NC 27263
    (336) 869-6571  
    Norris Auto Sales Write review for this local business
    9680 Andrew Jackson Hwy, Laurel Hill, NC 28351
    (910) 462-4806  
    Courtyard Mini Storage Write review for this local business
    2085 Rives Rd, Martinsville, VA 24112
    (276) 632-6600  
    Old House Mini Storage Write review for this local business
    726 N Main St, Blackstone, VA 23824
    (434) 292-1717  

    Companies that sell sheds also generally sell storage containers and garages. In some cases, the shed or garage could be built on site.

    It is also common for sheds to be sold in kit form, and some DIY enthusiasts may attempt to build a structure. Plans are often available on the internet. Large sheds are often treated like other buildings. Some sheds are portable, and can easily be moved. These generally take the form of a large metal or vinyl box.

    Although sheds are traditionally made of wood, other materials are now more commonly used, due to climate and other issues with outdoor buildings. Carports generally have a wooden frame and a metal or plastic roof. Salesmen need to advise customers on the best material, size and style. This depends on climate and both available and needed space. Wooden barn style sheds are popular in higher end development and are generally fixed. However, these barns are very expensive. Smaller units are more common. Sheds that are used as a storage facility are sold in bulk.

    The demand for custom sheds is strong from customers and developers, who may order sheds to match their houses.

    Companies also sell various accessories. Locks and padlocks are essential. So are tool bins, shelves and cabinets. Specialist equipment for wine storage is a niche, but a worthy one. Garages are used to store cars and often have storage space for automotive tools. Larger sheds may be used to store unused furniture, or outdoor furniture in the winter. Sometimes, sheds are furnished and used as home offices. All of these uses require various accessories.

    Salesmen need to be aware of all of these various needs and how to fulfill them. The simple garden shed may be a place to store tools, or it may be an extension of the home.