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Outdoor Storage Sheds

Jaxpety outdoor storage shed is a durable and spacious storage solution for your outdoor tools and equipment. The large double door access makes it easy to get to the items that you need, and the waterproof floor will help protect them from weather damage. This shed doesn't require any special tools for assembly, so you can have it set up in just a couple of hours.

The Factors You Shall Consider When Buying Outdoor Storage Sheds

Adapting to the Environment

Consider how you can incorporate your outbuilding with the surrounding environment. Plants may help outdoor storage buildings fit in with their surroundings rather than stand out like a sore thumb. Garden beds can be built around a shed and filled with annuals or perennials. If the shed has wood siding, you can use trellises to grow vine plants against the walls.

Materials for Walls and Siding

Wood, metal, and plastic are the three most common materials for storage sheds. Wood sheds often have stud-framed walls that are covered with plywood siding, similar to a home or garage. Plywood sheathing may be used over the studs in more upscale wood shelters, with standard lap siding applied over the plywood. Wooden roof frames and common roofing materials, such as asphalt shingles, are also seen on wood sheds.

Flooring and the Foundation

Some sheds come with a floor and some don't. Standard framed floors with plywood flooring are common in wood sheds. Flooring is offered separately from the shed frame in most metal and some plastic sheds, and you can choose between the manufacturer's floor system or building your own. In any event, a floor can increase the total cost of the shed by $100 or more.