Inexpensive DIY Projects to Organize your Storage Shed
At Woodtex we love to hear about how our customers 'Make Room for Life' with their Woodtex sheds. One of the ways they do that is by creating more space in their home and garage by organizing things in a storage shed.
Here are some…Read More
1. Storage, Storage, and more Storage
Of course an obvious answer, everyone could use more storage. Get the Christmas decorations and excessive amounts of toys out of your garage, and into a storage shed. Take control over your closets again and actually make room for your clothes,…Read More
One of the biggest struggles of buying a shed is making decisions. Size, style, color, siding materials, roofing materials, etc... the list goes on! The most important decision–and the one that you should make first and foremost–is what size storage shed you should buy. The size you choose…Read More
A shed’s paint color is a major factor is buying or building a storage shed. Whether you prefer your shed matches the color of your house, coordinates with other out buildings, or meet the requirements of your Home Owner's Association, choosing shed colors can sometimes be a challenge. But…Read More
One of the biggest questions customers ask while shopping for a Storage Shed is "What Can I fit in this Shed?" There is almost an unlimited number of "stuff" that you could possibly put in there, right? We put together a few layout ideas for different shed sizes to help you out with your…Read More
Garage plans need to start somewhere, and usually size is the best place to start. Here is an idea of what to think about: Ask yourself what you're going to put inside... 2 cars? an SUV? lawn equipment? a riding lawn mower? general storage?
To help you in this process, we put together a…Read More
At first glance, our Adirondack model and Woodland model cabins look very similar. In fact, many of the available options are identical: log siding, a porch, and an A-frame roof. The classic cabin style is perfectly suited for the woods, the lake, or any wide open space.
Both cabins…Read More
There are a few noticeable similarities in most of our modular cabins... log siding is an obvious one, and tongue and groove (T&G) walls (and ceilings) is another. But, why do we do it that way? Is it because of the way it looks? Is it because of cost? Can we do drywall in our cabins? I sat…Read More