1. Determine shed location and size
The first step to buying a shed is fairly simple, but can be one of the most difficult. Before you can begin the process of looking for the right shed, you need to determine what is going to fit in the space available to you. It is important to know what kind of rules and regulations your township has in place for sheds so that you are able to get a permit (see step 3 below). This will help determine where you can place the shed, and how big it can be. It is also important to determine what you are going to put in the shed, and how much space... ... Read More
Could your backyard use some cleanup? Maybe your house is too small for that much needed workspace, or relaxation from the daily bustle of life. If you’re tired of cleaning dog hair off the couch, give your pet a warm place of their own. A shed from River View Outdoor Products can be useful in many situations!
1. Man Cave
Does a place away from everyday noise sounds appealing? If so, you may be the perfect candidate to turn a small shed into a man cave. Relax the rules and watch the latest football game with the guys alongside your fully stocked mini-fridge. Or... ... Read More
Once you figure out what shed size will fit in your backyard, evaluate your belongings and decide what you plan to store inside it.
For some, calculating what will fit inside their shed may seem easy. Just lay out anything you intend to put inside and measure it. Create a scale drawing, and the shed size required will soon be obvious. We recommend buying a slightly bigger shed than what you currently need so that you will have plenty of room for your equipment and tools collection to grow as the years pass by.
Are you tired of searching through shed lot after shed lot, trying to find one that stands out from the crowd? All sheds are not created equal, so where is the best place to buy one? River View Outdoor Products could be the perfect choice.
When a shed is built, it is important which materials are chosen. River View carpenters carefully scrutinize different building materials, checking for any defects. A large knot in a two-by-four is enough to make it unusable. Only the best building materials are allowed through this screening process, resulting in a clean... ... Read More