Maximizing space is a necessity whether you have a small or large home. Everyone has their own interests and space needs and at times it can feel a little too crowded. So, we've compiled a few tips and checklists to help you maximize your storage space and keep everyone's things stored safely.
When you walk through one of our portable shed lots, all of the sheds look great, but it can sometimes be hard to imagine what it will look like in your own yard. What will it look like next to the swing set or right against the side of your house? Will the siding colors blend? Will you have enough space to get it into the spot you really want it?
These are important questions and ones you should discover before you make a purchase. Though, if you enter into our rent-to-own program, you always have the option to trade up if you discover your shed isn’t exactly what you need. You can learn more about the rent-to-own benefits here.
Our customers are from across 14 states and we’re always excited to see how our sheds look in their rightful place: your backyard. Take a look at 8 popular Cook shed styles and how they look in our customers’ backyards.
A home office is a great asset, especially in the digital, post COVID-19 world we live in. Even if you’re only working from home a day or two a week, having a dedicated space can take you from a mediocre, distracted day, to a fully focused, productive day.
You are probably wondering why we would tell you not to buy our sheds. It’s a fair question. It's not that we don't want you to buy our sheds, it's more that we want you to buy the shed that best fits your needs. Most of the time, we believe we're the right choice, but we'll explain the two times that we're not.
Storage solutions are what we know. We’ve been building sheds since 1984 and still love our job today! We’ve solved quite a few storage issues since we first began and we’ve helped thousands of customers find room for their stuff.
We’ll make this quick, just give us 60 seconds and we think we can help you discover more room for your stuff.
Hi, remember me? I’m your garage. You know, the giant partial building attached to your home that has boxes piling up where you used to park your car. I’m the place that gets thrown any extra clutter, or trash for that matter, when your friends or family are visiting. Sound familiar?
I remember the first time you opened me up; you were so excited to see enough space for two parked cars. I had the floors looking especially shiny for you that day!
I hadn’t been that clean and empty in over 20 years. And then the moving truck arrived.
Working from home has become a bigger trend since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Bringing work home quickly transformed from being taboo to the norm. The problem was many didn’t have an adequate workspace to stay focused throughout the day. At home, there are many other demands than those of just our boss.