We live in an age where you hear the message of declutter and downsize constantly. And nothing is inherently wrong with that. But, for many of us, it can quickly become discouraging as you glance around your home and feel like there is too much stuff and no time to do a deep purge.
Are you expecting a little bit back from your taxes this year? Great! Take it and invest in your home. It’s tempting to spend it on something fun, so maybe put $50 aside for a nice night out and then spend the rest toward improving your home.
You need more space. Right? Otherwise you would be looking to spend more money on a vacation or your favorite hobby and not on a shed. The good news is that a new portable building is an investment so you're able to enjoy your hobbies even more. And, with a good rent to own program, you might still swing that vacation.
Is cleaning out and organizing your shed the next warm weekend project?
One of the questions we hear a lot from customers is this: “Do you build sheds on site?”
The answer? No, we don’t. But we have a few good reasons not to.
It may seem odd and possibly even inconvenient for you, but let us explain. You might think that your options are limited when buying a pre-built portable building. But, would you be surprised if we said that was false?
Building On Site Inconveniences You:
Shirley spent years hauling her art supplies around to different rented spaces for the opportunity to teach and share her passion. So, about three months ago she decided to set up shop in her own yard, right next to her home.
The following stories illustrate what we see people go through. We, at Cook, just don’t want this to happen to you. You’ll see why...