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Winterizing Your Shed

Posted by David McManus

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.

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Topics: Shed Installation, Foundations, Sheds

The Importance Of A Shed Foundation

Posted by David McManus

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.

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Topics: Custom Garages, Shed Installation, Foundations, Delaware Sheds

Forming Foundations

Posted by Bethany Mitchell

Aug 4, 2015 2:43:00 PM

A good foundation is something that you live off of physically, socially, emotionally, figuratively, and the list goes on. Without a foundation, you would not be sitting in front of the screen you're reading from or be supported by whatever is beneath you right now. A solid foundation is a foolproof way towards making things last, and we stress that at Rick’s Sheds.

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Topics: Foundations, Sheds, Gazebos, structure

Types of Shed Foundations - Which One Is The Best?

Posted by Fuchsia P.

Apr 8, 2014 12:48:00 PM

The lifespan of any building relies on its foundation, and shed foundations are no different. When properly installed, your shed will last 20-25 years, so you’ll want to protect your investment with the installation of a proper foundation.

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Topics: Shed Installation, Foundations