Renting to own has never been more convenient and affordable! You may discover the shed you really need but then be put off by the price. But, with our rent to own program you can get what you need at the price that fits your budget. Plus, it's not simply renting. You have a building right in your backyard and each payment goes toward owning the building fully.
Which portable buildings are eligible for our rent to own shed program? All of them! From the ever popular Utility Shed to the largest Handyman Shed, you can find the size and style you like best and still take advantage of this program.
See more reasons why many customers choose our rent to own shed program.
Are you tired of looking for an empty spot in your house or garage to fit one more box of storage? It’s a common dilemma for many homeowners these days, but thankfully it has a simple and affordable fix.
Are you looking into building a barn shed? This shed design can fulfill many different storage needs, from providing you a place to store pool supplies, tools, outdoor furniture, ATVs and more! Plus, this barn style will be an asset to any backyard. It will provide function as well as a fashionable addition to your home or business.
So, why should you build a barn shed with Cook? Let’s dive into some of the top reasons:
When your storage space has been overtaken - an extra car parked in the garage, workbenches taken over by bags of winter clothes, and shelves filled with halfway finished projects - you need a Plan B: introducing the Cook Tool Shed.
Ready to regain control of your storage and work space? See why the Cook Tool Shed could be a great fit for your needs.
Moisture is possibly the biggest enemy of your shed’s floor system. Think of all those spring rain showers, the early morning dew, the summer humidity and melting winter snow. It’s clear that moisture is difficult to avoid, but prolonged exposure could be detrimental to your shed’s durability.
Some shed buyers quickly discover their shed's flooring may not be as durable as they thought when they made the purchase. They ask "Why is my shed floor rotting?!" The simple answer is that their shed wasn't built to withstand the moisture that is unavoidable in any backyard.
This is why it's essential to know how your shed floor is constructed. Your belongings are valuable and need a secure, durable floor that will protect your things.
Take a look at our shed's side walls. Do you know what our siding is made of?
We’ve had some customers, by just a picture, doubt that our warranties can be trusted. All they see is OSB (oriented strand board), which in the history of construction has proven susceptible to rotting and retaining moisture. NOT a good idea for a shed that’s holding your belongings, equipment or hobby materials. As a side note, even plywood can eventually rot, so it’s not a plausible alternative either.