Mar 29, 2018 11:32:56 AM
Mar 1, 2018 4:24:07 PM
The weather is breaking again in the Northeast and homeowners can finally emerge from the cold darkness of winter and embrace the rebirth of spring. During that winter slumber you may have been dreaming of some backyard shed ideas to implement and take advantage of during the warm weather.
Jan 17, 2018 10:39:24 AM
Many parts of the country endure very harsh winters. Not only do temperatures drop but ice, snow and freezing rain can all play havoc on daily schedules, outdoor structures and machinery. That's why winterizing your shed will be a necessary evil if you live in the north or north east U.S.
If you have a shed or backyard structure in your yard then it's a good chance mother nature's winter wrath will have an effect on the longevity of your shed.That's why it's important to winterize your shed every winter season so it stands the test of time and you get the most use and longevity out of it.
Here are some winterization tips for your shed.
Sep 27, 2017 12:38:09 PM
There is a growing trend across the US - people are no longer using sheds for just storage of lawn and garden equipment. Oh no, nowadays people are transforming sheds into completely different creations other than just using it for storage. In an earlier post we talked about “he sheds” and “she sheds” which are sheds that are being used for backyard getaways for him or her.
Aug 2, 2017 11:18:07 AM
The Importance of a Shed Foundation or Stone Pad
Your house is built on a foundation because, without one, it will not last as long as the 30 year mortgage. A shed is no different. In order to get the most longevity and use out of your shed, a foundation is a must. A shed foundation might be a little different than your house foundation, but it will play an important part in the health and longevity of the structure.
Feb 8, 2017 1:00:00 PM
Working from home is a common occurance nowdays. After all, there is something appealing about the potential of never having to get out of your pajamas to go to work. But, there is a trend that has people rising out of bed, getting dressed and rushing to their backyards to tackle their daily work load. Yes, their backyards.
Global shedquarters, corporate shedquarters, world shedquarters...call it whatever you like. Whether you need an office, an art studio, a think tank or a writing area, modified sheds to function as an office are quickly becoming all the rage.
Private and space-efficient these shedquarters can be cozy, stylish, modern, homely or just about anything you want them to be. Anyone who works from home knows there are countless distractions and/or opportunities to do other things- dishes, laundry, some tv, maybe some Xbox. Though it might extend your commute by a minute or so, having a workspace with little distractions and interuptions is certainly something your boss would not disagree with.
Office sheds can be repurposed from an existing structure or designed from the ground up. Backyard structures or sheds are a cost effective way of adding additional space to your home without going through a complete remodel. By turning these structures into unique extensions of their own property, homeowners are turning sheds into their office or workplace of their dreams. Not only can a shedquarters be an innovative addition to your home but can be a place to retreat from the madness of your household if need be.
Dec 30, 2016 4:00:00 PM
Whether you already have a shed installed or are thinking about purchasing one, it's an investment and you want it to last a long time. You can think of your shed as a home in that it requires maintenance - and that little bit of shed maintenance can go a long way in ensuring the useful long life of your shed.
We know that your weekends are precious and caring for your shed can take some time, but a few simple maintenance actions every few years can help that storage solution last longer than stated.
Nov 9, 2016 11:04:00 PM
Are you ready to redefine your backyard oasis?
In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s important to set aside some time for ourselves — and it’s essential to do so in an environment or space that fits your personal style.
For a man and a woman, that space is a lot different.
By now you've probably heard the term "man cave". It's that not-so-secret but off-limit place where men can escape reality for a few hours and enjoy some manliness time with friends or alone. While traditionally this "den of iniquity" was in the basement, an extra room of the house or the garage, this man sanctuary is now moving to the back yard in the form of a "he-shed".