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Add Convenience And Style With Wooden Garden Sheds


When it comes to your yard, there is a lot to be considered. While an appealing look is important, the space also needs to be quite functional. Adding wooden garden sheds accomplishes both of these goals. There are several ways to easily add one of these to the functionality of your yard area.

Wooden Garden Sheds

One of the most affordable options is to build the shed yourself. This can easily be accomplished with a good set of garden shed plans or designs. The best designs for timber garden sheds include a complete supply list that breaks down each individual piece needed to complete the project. This makes it easy to purchase exactly what you need to complete the project at the hardware store. Some shops will even cut your lumber to size. For an even easier project, you can purchase one of the ready to use garden shed kits. This has the plans, plus all the lumber pre-cut. Hardware like screws and nails are included. Some companies even throw in the tools, making these extremely foolproof. Most small sheds can be erected in about a day.

If you don't feel up to completing garden storage sheds yourself, there are also quite a few options for purchasing a pre-made product. If you are looking for cheap options, steer towards a tool shed or small garden sheds. These can be used to store a lawnmower and garden items when not in use, while still having plenty of room leftover. Other inexpensive options are metal and plastic sheds that can sti directly on the ground. While these don't look quite as nice as wooden garden sheds, they can get the job done on a budget. Suncast makes some particularly nice models to choose from.

When you add a wooden garden shed to your yard area, you increase the functionality of that space. Clutter can easily be contained and items protected from the weather when not in use. You also increase the storage capacity of the space. In addition, you yard is more suitable for entertaining as the work tools aren't in plain sight. Adding a shed is quick, easy and affordable. Whether you want to attempt the project yourself or purchase a ready to use product, it is simple to accomplish the goal.


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Fidelia
Posted 2905 days ago
Treated pine wood is very strong and can last 10 to 20 years, even when exposed to wet soil and rainy weather. I have a neighbor that have their garden shed made from pine wood, and it only look great, but very sturdy.
Fred
Posted 2907 days ago
What's the best wood for a garden shed? We don't want to spend a fortune but we'd like to have something that will last several years. I guess I can go ask someone out about this...
Alane
Posted 2908 days ago
Real wood is strong and durable, and can withstand bad weather, even snow and hail. I would make sure to find some suitable materials that will go with wood, to make it very durable.
Samella
Posted 2938 days ago
I agree. A wooden structure looks more attractive and natural and wood provides better insulation than metal. I would say adding some paint protection against the wood would help the structure last much longer.
 

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