It looks like a giant box. I love playing with boxes. This should be fun. And oh look, they put in a little door for me. This must be MY BOX.
It’s all stuff. But, it’s YOUR stuff.
It’s valuable, it’s meaningful, some of it is even irreplaceable. When people need more room for their stuff, they call us. But, over the years, your need for storage may not always be the same.
You may need more or less. You may just need space for a lawn mower for your first year, but then kids come along and all of a sudden you need a place to store furniture, yard toys, a kid bike trailer and an extra stroller.
What’s your dog house like? No, not your dog Jack’s four walls and a roof in the backyard. We’re talking about your own four walls and a roof (hopefully) where you go when you’ve discovered you didn’t notice her new hair cut, or you forgot to load the dishwasher, or you accidentally put her favorite shirt in the dryer...yeah we’ve been there. Historically, being in the dog house is not fun...but if you find yourself there often, maybe we can help you make a change.
Every backyard is different and every family’s needs for a backyard shed are different. So, the features you need will be slightly different too. But, we’ve been building sheds since 1984 and since then we’ve continued to modify our designs to ensure we’re building the best building, with the best materials at the most affordable cost.
You’re thinking about getting a shed. But, is it the right time? Do you need a storage shed or would something else suffice?
When deciding which shed is right for your storage needs, many factors should be considered. You want to ensure that when you pick a style and size of building, it’s the right one. Choosing the right shed can be challenging. There are a few good reasons to choose a Cook shed (we lay those reasons out here), but the important thing is to get the shed that fits your budget, your backyard and your storage needs the best.
Preparedness is key for any emergency situation, but as we all know, time can take a toll on our once very thought out preparedness plans. So, whether your area is prone to hurricanes, flooding, snow/ice storms, or you’re worried about quarantining, it’s important to keep your emergency kit and plan up to date.
It's amazing how color can be the thing that stops us from finalizing our purchases. We're afraid of choosing the wrong one, when really, they're all right. (We just have to find the one we think we'll like for years to come. No big deal.)
We’ll make this quick, just give us 60 seconds and we think we can help you discover more room for your stuff.
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.