“No, we don’t need a shed right now,” you told your friends, your family, your spouse. And then you went home to the truth. Have you been there?
When you have a full house, active kids and a spouse who is very passionate about their hobby, it's easy to lose track of things. The main issue? Not enough space! So here’s a way Cook can make more room for your stuff when you just can’t seem to find everything.
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.
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...
Holidays and winter weather can be a strain on your family and your budget. Snow can keep you cooped up and possibly stranded at home. Less money for the essentials and a slick, icy road can make this season a rough one.
But, have you ever considered making some of those essentials yourself?
A little do-it-yourself spirit goes a long way for saving yourself money and avoiding less than comfortable situations if you run out of a few must-haves. If you need more room to store your emergency kit or winter gear, a Cook storage shed provides the space you need for every season. Take a tour of our shed styles.
Here are some DIY essentials to make this winter a little more comfortable.
Homeowners be warned: Jack Frost is rolling into town.
Sounds like the opening to a horror movie, right? That’s not too far off. Some are already seeing snow, cold winds and utility bills that would make Franz San Galli roll in his grave.
Before you start hunkering down for another snowpocalypse, take a few steps to shore up your home and, hopefully, your wallet:
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.